This paper argues that two open questions exist for HCI in its aim of supporting sustainability: One of networks and one of cultures. The first question is related to HCI´s approach in defining sustainability. It this paper, it is argued that actor-network theory (ANT) can help HCI to broaden its understanding of networks of unsustainability. The second one is related to HCI´s approach to achieving sustainability. It is argued that, while HCI is moving on from individuals to cultures, e.g. through activist strategies, specific solution approaches are missing.
|Titel||What have we learned? A SIGCHI HCI & Sustainability community workshop|
|Publikationsstatus||Veröffentlicht - 2014|
- Ehemaliges Research Field - Technology Experience