Khushnood Naqshbandi, Kristina Mah, Naseem Ahmadpour
Faith, religion, and spirituality (FRS) are contentious areas in human-computer interaction (HCI) and design. As HCI researchers strive to cultivate rigor and validity in practice, the influence of FRS carries more weight in some areas of the field. One such area is design for prosocial behavior, or prosocial design. We agree that FRS is not a necessary factor to elicit or support prosocial behavior; however, we maintain that it is an area warranting further exploration into the richness of ancient wisdom and traditions that resonate with many people in different ways and can offer potential opportunities for rich and…
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