Carl DiSalvo, Phoebe Sengers, Hrönn Brynjarsdóttir
The scholarship of sustainable HCI has recently exploded. We have been struck by two things: first, the tremendous heterogeneity of methods, orientations, and approaches; and second, the remarkable lack of discussion about the relative merits of those different methods, orientations, and approachesa debate that, we believe, would further the development of the field. This article, which is rooted in our presentation at CHI'10 , presents a map of the current landscape of sustainable HCI that differentiates and organizes the approaches that have emerged in the field and describes emerging topics of dissension. Initiated in August 2009 with 58 peer-reviewed,…
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