Towards a feminist HCI methodology: social science, feminism, and HCI

  title={Towards a feminist HCI methodology: social science, feminism, and HCI},
  author={Shaowen Bardzell and Jeffrey Bardzell},
With substantial efforts in ubiquitous computing, ICT4D, and sustainable interaction design, among others, HCI is increasingly engaging with matters of social change that go beyond the immediate qualities of interaction. In doing so, HCI takes on scientific and moral concerns. This paper explores the potential for feminist social science to contribute to and potentially benefit from HCI's rising interest in social change. It describes how feminist contributions to debates in the philosophy of… CONTINUE READING



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