Stakeholder Tokens: a constructive method for value sensitive design stakeholder analysis

  title={Stakeholder Tokens: a constructive method for value sensitive design stakeholder analysis},
  author={Daisy Yoo},
  journal={Ethics and Information Technology},
  • Daisy Yoo
  • Published 4 August 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Ethics and Information Technology
A robust stakeholder analysis requires extensive conceptual and empirical work. Yet it is often unclear how to effectively do so. This paper introduces a new method—the Stakeholder Tokens—for designers to elicit a more inclusive set of stakeholders and gain better understanding of stakeholder interrelationships and dynamics. Stakeholder Tokens present a playful hands-on design approach to support value sensitive design stakeholder analyses by employing a style of role play. 
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