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  • Harr, Rikard, 1975-, et al. (författare)
  • Enhancing and Inhibiting : artifact ecologies and human experience
  • 2015
  • Ingår i: Workshop at CHI2015, At Seoul, Korea.
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This paper outlines the rationale for, and plans to, conduct a study addressing the paradoxical nature of IT-use in relation to everyday activities. While the area of User Experience Design (UXD) focus on immediate use of an IT-artifact, the focus of the proposed empirical study is how individuals use, or restrict their use, of these artifacts to enhance and avoid inhibiting an experience. We expect the outcome to be an improved understanding of individual strategies for ITuse for enhancing the experience of everyday activities as well as the rationale behind them.
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  • Nyberg, Annakarin, 1975-, et al. (författare)
  • Let the right one in : Boundary management of social media among senior Facebook users
  • 2015
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The ubiquitous nature of online access, reduced prices on consumer electronics and the increased number of connected everyday artifacts, have created a situation where internet use and social networking participation are spreading to user groups not touched upon before. One of many consequence of this change is how we in the last couple of years and in many countries have been witnessing a radical increase in online presence of seniors (La Rose, 2008, Zickuhr and Madden, 2012, Findahl 2012). In the US, for instance, more than every second senior aged 65 or above have found their way online (Zickuhr and Madden, 2012). As for other groups of Internet users, social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn are becoming increasingly popular among seniors. From 2009 to 2011 usage levels of social networking sites within this group in the US climbed from 13% to 33%, an increase with 150%. The place for internet and social networking in the lives of seniors is by many researchers considered to be as a tool to avoid loneliness, unhappiness and isolation during their senescence (Fiori et al. 2007, Gibson et al. 2010, Lewis and Ariyachandrat 2010, Sundar et al. 2011, Taylor 2011). Some of the ways to achieve that is through enabling an easy way to maintain contact with family and friends (Selwyn 2004, Lewis and Ariyachandrat 2010, Sundar et al. 2011), potentially causing increased health (Berkman, 1995, Gibson et al. 2010), access to health and societal related information (Selwyn 2004) and a chance to live at home as long as possible (Sundar et al. 2011).   Even if more and more seniors are becoming internet and SNS users there are still many that are not. Many older adults and seniors are reported as being cautious regarding social networking sites in specific and internet use in general (Lehtinen et al. 2009). Some of the fears that have previously been documented are related to a view on internet as a dangerous place (Lehtinen et al. 2009), SNS as an arena for socially unacceptable behavior (Lehtinen et al. 2009). Lehtinen et al. (2009, p. 51) even state that: “From this it follows that SNSs do not seem to fit the everyday communication of older adults well”. Overcoming obstacles for inclusion in the information society, of which social media in undeniably an important part, is an important challenge emphasized by a number of national and international efforts (e.g. UNECE 2007, CEC 2007). Michael Arnold (2003) used the two-faced god Janus as a metaphor to describe how a certain kind of technology functioning in one way in one context may have consequences or implications of one kind, and a contrary set of consequences or implications in another. While Arnold used the mobile phone as an example for describing this characteristic of technology, he could just as well, due to ubiquitous internet access and widely spread computer literacy, have used social networking sites. Even if previous research have addressed and characterized early use of social networking services among seniors, there are still a lot left to be done. While we have come to know a great deal about reasons, benefits and consequences of online presence and reasons for resistance, we know very little about the process through which seniors manage their personal boundaries in relation to SNS. This is what this paper addresses, the way that seniors let, or do not let, aspects of SNS become a part of their lives. This is a fundamental question in strive towards inclusion of all segments of citizens to be part of the information society. Empirically, the paper is based on a three yearlong qualitative study of senior’s use of internet and social media (AGNES – ageing in an networked society). We have conducted focus group interviews as well as individual interviews and the seniors have also kept diaries. The diaries contain their reflections on the processes through which they have come to involve Facebook in their everyday life. Apart from capturing the dynamics of the ways that seniors start using social media, the paper does as well contribute to knowledge about how to methodologically explore senior’s IT-use.
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  • Hoshi, Kei, 1970-, et al. (författare)
  • Bridging the contextual reality gap in blended reality space : the case of AGNES
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Include 2011 Proceedings : the role of inclusive design in making social innovation happen. - 978-1-907342-29-5
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This research explores where the contextual reality gap emerges in social sharing of knowledge, understanding and experience generated between users (also between a designer and a user) in different contexts. It then examines how this 'contextual reality gap' can be bridged effectively in the sharing of meaning through mediated communication within emergent virtual/physical space, in what we call Blended Reality Space. As a concrete example, we refer to our current project, AGNES, developing User-sensitive Home-based Systems for Successful Ageing in a Networked Society, funded under the Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Joint programme. Finally, we propose a conceptual framework for managing, structuring and composing contexts in designing interactive systems, a new approach we refer to as the Contextual Reality Framework.
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  • Hoshi, Kei, 1970-, et al. (författare)
  • Designing blended reality space conceptual foundations and applications
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: The 25th British Computer Society Conference on Human Computer Interaction – HCI2011.
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The present paper starts with a crucial discussion about the imbalance between technological and human concerns in the context of human-computer interaction, an imbalance that has arisen partly from the mechanistic aspect and its impact on interaction design. We then introduce the concept of Blended Reality Space, interactive mixed reality environments where the physical and the virtual are seamlessly combined and affect each other. The conceptual grounding and practical examples that illustrate our approach to interaction design are then discussed, adopting a standard figurative representation of blends. This helps understanding the role of blending that meaningfully bridges unbalanced separations between cognition and action, and the physical and the virtual. As a concrete example, the AGNES project, which is aimed at developing “user sensitive home-based systems for successful ageing in a networked society”, is introduced. We believe that the emphasis on ʻbalanceʼ or appropriate blending is very important in the development of better interactive systems for health, capitalizing on seamless combinations of the virtual and the physical in Blended Reality Space.
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  • Ikonomidis Svedmark, Eva, 1973-, et al. (författare)
  • Om det privata i publika och digitala rum
  • 2009
  • Ingår i: Se mig : Unga om sex och internet. - Stockholm : Davidsons Tryckeri AB. - 978-91-85933-20-4 ; s. 354-383
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Nyberg, Annakarin, 1975- (författare)
  • Att studera digitala artefakter i människors vardagsliv
  • 2008
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Avhandlingen huvudsakliga syfte är att undersöka människors förhållningssätt till digitala artefakter i vardagslivet, hur förhållningssätten tar form och hur de formar hur vi använder digitala artefakter. Avhandlingens andra syfte är att utforska metodologiska tillvägagångssätt som kan bidra till att skapa förståelse för frågor om människors förhållningssätt till digitala artefakter i vardagen. Det andra syftet har successivt och som ett resultat av mitt arbete, vuxit fram och utvecklats till ett syfte.Avhandlingen innehåller erfarenhetsnära, respektive erfarenhetsdistanserade tolkningar av tre empiriska studier. Den första studien av Linnea och Martin bygger på upprepade möten, där respondenterna har följts under flera års tid. Den därpå följande studien omfattar personer som forskar om digitala artefakter och dess konsekvenser. Den tredje och avslutande studien omfattar så kallade icke-användare, det vill säga människor som väljer bort och begränsar digitala artefakters betydelse.Avhandlingen visar på två större bidrag. Det ena bidraget utgör en modell för analys av människors förhållningssätt till digitala artefakter i vardagen. Modellen håller samman nio analytiska begrepp, vilka är sprungna ur tolkningar av de empiriska studierna. Modellens styrka ligger i att höja precisionen i analyser av människors förhållningssätt till digitala artefakter i vardagen. Avhandlingens andra bidrag utgör fyra forskningsprinciper för denna typ av studier. Det handlar om att arbeta med människors personliga upplevelser, att följa personerna nära, detaljerat och upprepat.
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  • Nyberg, Annakarin, 1975-, et al. (författare)
  • Netthets : strategier og tilnaerminger
  • 2018
  • Bok (populärvet., debatt m.m.)abstract
    • Hvordan kan vi forstå og håndtere hets,trusler og maktutøvelse på nettet?Skal det være opp til hver enkelt å håndterenetthets, eller kan vi sammen og med felles krefter gå spørsmålene i møte?Dette er blant de sentrale problemstillingene som tas opp i denne boken.I tillegg til strategier og tilnærminger, presenteres også spørsmål somkan bidra til økt kunnskap og refleksjon rundt egen forståelse og erfaringangående maktutøvelse og netthets.
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  • Nyberg, Annakarin, 1975-, et al. (författare)
  • Näthat : strategier och förhållningssätt
  • 2018
  • Bok (populärvet., debatt m.m.)abstract
    • Hur kan vi förstå och hantera hat, hot och maktutövande på nätet?Är svaren på frågorna upp till den enskilda individen att hantera, eller kan vi agera tillsammans och med gemensamma krafter?Det är några av de centrala frågeställningarna för den här boken.Tillsammans med förslag på strategier och förhållningssätt presenteras också frågor som syftar till att synliggöra den egna förståelsen, erfaren- heten och kunskapen om maktutövande och näthat.
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