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This Changes Everything – ICT and Climate Change: What Can We Do?
David Kreps, Charles Ess, Louise Leenen, Kai Kimppa
Front Matter

History of Computing: ‘This Changed Everything’


The Basic Dream of the PC, or “Did You Ever Play Tic-Tac-Toe”?
Nadia Ambrosetti, Matteo Cantamesse
3-15
Software Engineering in a British Defence Project in 1970
Ian Pyle
16-30
History of Early Australian-Designed Computers
Arthur Tatnall
31-41

ICT4D and Improvement of ICTs


Assessing ICT Access Disparities Between the Institutional and Home Front: A Case of University Students in South Africa’s Eastern Cape
Sam Takavarasha, Liezel Cilliers, Willie Chinyamurindi
45-59
Creating an ICT Skills Enhancement Environment for Entrepreneurs
Riana Steyn, Carina Villiers, Hossana Twinomurinzi
60-81
Collaboration Towards a More Inclusive Society: The Case of South African ICT4D Researchers
Judy Biljon, Filistea Naude
82-94
iPay.lk – A Digital Merchant Platform from Sri Lanka
Parakum Pathirana, Conrad Dias, Thisan Samarasinghe, Shanmugarajah Sinnathamby
95-110
Do We Have What Is Needed to Change Everything?
Sonja Hyrynsalmi, Minna Rantanen, Sami Hyrynsalmi
111-122
Cybersecurity Capability and Capacity Building for South Africa
Joey Jansen van Vuuren, Louise Leenen
123-135
Team Feedback Intervention and Team Learning in Virtual Teams: A Moderated Mediation Model of Team Cohesion and Personality
Jesús Sánchez, Ana Zornoza, Virginia Orengo, Vicente Peñarroja, Petros Chamakiotis
136-148

ICTs and Sustainability


Exploring Sustainable HCI Research Dimensions Through the Inclusive Innovation Framework
Tobias Nyström, Moyen Mustaquim
151-165
ICT and Sustainability: Looking Beyond the Anthropocene
Maja Velden
166-180
On the Complex Relationship Between ICT Systems and the Planet
Norberto Patrignani, Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos
181-187
Obsolescence in Information and Communication Technology: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Ines Junge, Maja Velden
188-201
Aware but not in Control
Kathrin Bednar, Sarah Spiekermann
202-218

Gender


Feminist Technoscience as a Resource for Working with Science Practices, a Critical Approach, and Gender Equality in Swedish Higher IT Educations
Johanna Sefyrin, Pirjo Elovaara, Christina Mörtberg
221-231
Mind the Gap Gender and Computer Science Conferences
Sytze Herck, Antonio Fiscarelli
232-249
ICT Changes Everything! But Who Changes ICT?
Hilde Corneliussen, Clem Herman, Radhika Gajjala
250-257
Becoming-with in Participatory Design
Sisse Finken, Christina Mörtberg, Pirjo Elovaara
258-268

Ethical and Legal Considerations


Three Views to a School Information System: Wilma from a Sociotechnical Perspective
Olli Heimo, Minna Rantanen, Kai Kimppa
271-281
Do Honest People Pull the Short Straw?
Kiyoshi Murata, Yohko Orito, Miha Takubo
282-292
Philosophy as the Road to Good ICT
Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos, Ryoko Asai
293-298
Discussing Ethical Impacts in Research and Innovation: The Ethics Canvas
Wessel Reijers, Kevin Koidl, David Lewis, Harshvardhan Pandit, Bert Gordijn
299-313
The Ethics of Inherent Trust in Care Robots for the Elderly
Adam Poulsen, Oliver Burmeister, David Kreps
314-328
The Legitimacy of Cross-Border Searches Through the Internet for Criminal Investigations
Taro Komukai, Aimi Ozaki
329-337
Discussions on the Right to Data Portability from Legal Perspectives
Kaori Ishii
338-355

Philosophy


Artificial Intelligence Does Not Exist: Lessons from Shared Cognition and the Opposition to the Nature/Nurture Divide
Vassilis Galanos
359-373
PHR, We’ve Had a Problem Here
Minna Rantanen, Jani Koskinen
374-383
An Exploration of Opportunities for a Theory of Information Inadequacy
Miranda Kajtazi, Darek Haftor
384-394

 


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