Is Replication Important for HCI?

  title={Is Replication Important for HCI?},
  author={Christian Greiffenhagen and Stuart Reeves},
Replication is emerging as a key concern within subsections of the HCI community. In this paper, we explore the relevance of science and technology studies (STS), which has addressed replication in various ways. Informed by this literature, we examine HCI's current relationship to replication and provide a set of recommendations and points of clarification that a replication agenda in HCI should concern itself with. 

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