The Social and Interactional Dimensions of Human-Computer Interfaces

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Cambridge University Press, 26 mai 1995 - 268 pages
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The importance of sociological and anthropological contibutions to the design of human-computer interfaces has recently become recognised. Human-computer interfaces range from interfaces for single users to computer supported co-operative work. The Social and Interactional Dimensions of Human-Computer Interfaces considers issues concerning interpersonal dynamics, cultural readings of technology, the organisational contexts of technology, and the 'situated' nature of use and the processes of design. It is an unusual volume in that it covers theory, methodology and applications in depth. Researchers, designers, and graduate students concerned with the social implications of computers will find this book compelling reading.
 

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Introduction The social and interactional dimensions of humancomputer interfaces
1
Ethnography and humancomputer interaction
11
Toward foundational analysis in humancomputer interaction
37
Representing the user Notes on the disciplinary rhetoric of humancomputer interaction
48
Conceptions of the user in computer systems design
67
On simulacrums of conversation Toward a clarification of the relevance of conversation analysis for humancomputer interaction
107
Wizards and social control
126
Sociology CSCW and working with customers
142
Expert systems versus systems for experts Computeraided dispatch as a support system in realworld environments
161
Conversation analysis and humancomputer interaction design
184
Multimedia tools for social and interactional data collection and analysis
204
Social interaction in the use and design of a workstation Two contexts of interaction
240
Index
261
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