Literature Review: Examining Contextual Integrity within Human-Computer Interaction
7 Pages Posted: 12 Jan 2019
Date Written: September 13, 2018
Nissenbaum’s Framework of Contextual Integrity (CI) provides a mechanism for understanding the negotiation of privacy between two or more parties. In this position paper, we present a preliminary review of recent Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) literature that uses Nissenbaum’s framework. For this initial analysis, we used a keyword search and examined peer-reviewed papers published between the years of 2008 and 2017 in the top 20 HCI venues according to Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Research. Overall, we found that many of the studies do not implement CI within the design of their study nor do they provide summative evaluations. To close these gaps, we recommend HCI researchers to engage more thoroughly with the framework to inform their research designs and conduct studies that provide a deeper understanding of how the framework applies and can be extended in various contexts. We also recommend researchers pursue more summative evaluations based on CI for new technology solutions.
Note: This work was presented at the Symposium on Applications of Contextual Integrity at Princeton University.
Keywords: Contextual Integrity, Privacy, Humann-Computer Interaction
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