Value-Oriented Semi-Structure Interview


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Method Overview

Semi-structured interview questions as a way to tap into stakeholders’ understandings, views and values about a technology. Questions typically emphasize stakeholders’ evaluative judgments (e.g., all right or not all right) about a technology as well as rationale (e.g., why?). Additional considerations introduced by the stakeholder are pursued.

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pragmatist

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Further Reading

See: Friedman (1997); Friedman, Davis, & Lin (2005); Kahn, Friedman, Prez -Granados, & Freier (2006); Freier (2008); and Czeskis, Dermendjieva, Yapit, Borning, Friedman, Gill, & Kohno (2010).