Public policy and HCI in the U.S. context

Abstract

the implementation of policies that influence scientific research, such as research-funding mechanisms, rules on what types of research can and cannot be performed (and how they’re funded), and regulations related to human-subjects research. Science for policy is the use of scientific research, such as data on climate change or data on intrusions into… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1962438.1962449

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@article{Lazar2011PublicPA, title={Public policy and HCI in the U.S. context}, author={Jonathan Lazar}, journal={Interactions}, year={2011}, volume={18}, pages={36-40} }