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“Let’s Talk about Gender” – Development of a Card Deck on (Gender) Sensitivity in HCI Research and Practice Based on a Contrasting Literature Review

Sabrina Burtscher and Katta Spiel
From the journal i-com

Abstract

Funding bodies in Western societies increasingly require researchers to address gender in their proposals – though often exclusively framed around binary notions. With oppressive power structures being prevalent and persuasive, these seep into current practices of Computer Science and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research. However, current curricula rarely provide actors in this space with grounded guidance on gender issues tied to their inquiries. Hence, developing an increased awareness of our societal responsibility towards equity can be challenging without an appropriate starting point. Drawing on a close reading of select literature discussing gender sensitivity in HCI research, we derived practical guidance in the form of recommendations for the design, proposal, conduct and presentation of research. Based on these recommendations, we then present the design of a card deck and initial tests thereof at ditact women’s IT summer university. Our analysis offers a starting point for HCI students and interested researchers to explore questions and issues around gender and to identify how gender relates to their research. This sensitisation may aid them in further reflecting on how they might better account for gendered implications of their work.

Funding source: Austrian Science Fund

Award Identifier / Grant number: T 1146-G

Funding statement: Part of this work has been financially supported by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) under grant T 1146-G.

Acknowledgment

We thank all the authors who came before us in identifying issues around gender in HCI. Additionally, we are indebted to Kristina Weinberger for feedback on previous versions of this draft as well as Brigitte Ratzer for soliciting and guiding the initial work. Matthias Steinböck and Alex Steiner were instrumental in supporting the digital implementation, accessibility improvements and maintenance of the card deck.

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