Pt. I. Conceptualizing Human Values in Design. 1. Bias in Computer Systems / Batya Friedman and Helen Nissenbaum. 2. Accountability in a Computerized Society / Helen Nissenbaum. 3. Disability, Inability and Cyberspace / John Perry, Elizabeth Macken and Neil Scott [et al.]. 4. Do Categories Have Politics? The Language/Action Perspective Reconsidered / Lucy Suchman. 5. Categories, Disciplines, and Social Coordination / Terry Winograd. 6. Commentary on Suchman Article and Winograd Response / Thomas W. Malone. 7. Social Impact Statements: Engaging Public Participation in Information Technology Design / Ben Shneiderman and Anne Rose
Pt. II. Computers as Persons? - Implications for Design. 8. Computers Are Social Actors: A Review of Current Research / Clifford I. Nass, Youngme Moon and John Morkes [et al.]. 9. When the Interface Is a Face / Lee Sproull, Mani Subramani and Sara Kiesler [et al.].
10. 'Social' Human-Computer Interaction / Sara Kiesler and Lee Sproull. 11. Reasoning About Computers As Moral Agents: A Research Note / Batya Friedman and Lynette I. Millett. 12. Interface Agents: Metaphors with Character / Brenda Laurel. 13. Human Agency and Responsible Computing: Implications for Computer System Design / Batya Friedman and Peter H. Kahn, Jr.
Pt. III. Practicing Value-Sensitive Design. 14. Workplace Database Systems: Difficulties of Data Collection and Presentation / Harry Hochheiser. 15. Eliminating a Hardware Switch: Weighing Economics and Values in a Design Decision / John C. Tang. 16. Steps toward Universal Access Within a Communications Company / John C. Thomas. 17. Social Choice About Privacy: Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems in the United States / Philip E. Agre and Christine A. Mailloux.
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