H. O. Obie et al., "Does Domain Change the Opinion of Individuals on Human Values? A Preliminary Investigation on eHealth Apps End-users," 2021 28th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC), 2021, pp. 531-535, doi: 10.1109/APSEC53868.2021.00063.
Does domain change the opinion of individuals on human values? : a preliminary investigation on eHealth apps end-users
|Author:||Obie, Humphrey O.1; Shahin, Mojtaba1; Grundy, John1;|
1Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
2University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland
3CSIRO's Data61, Melbourne, Australia
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers,
|Publish Date:|| 2022-11-17
The elicitation of end-users& human values — such as freedom, honesty, transparency, etc — is important in the development of software systems. We carried out two preliminary Q-studies to understand (a) the general human value opinion types of eHealth applications (apps) end-users (b) the eHealth domain human value opinion types of eHealth apps end-users (c) whether there are differences between the general and eHealth domain opinion types. Our early results show three value opinion types using generic value instruments: (1) fun-loving, success-driven and independent end-user, (2) security-conscious, socially-concerned, and success-driven end-user, and (3) benevolent, success-driven, and conformist end-user. Our results also show two value opinion types using domain-specific value instruments: (1) security-conscious, reputable, and honest end-user, and (2) success-driven, reputable and pain-avoiding end-user. Given these results, consideration should be given to domain context in the design and application of values elicitation instruments.
Proceedings. Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference
|Pages:||531 - 535|
2021 28th Asia-Pacific software engineering conference (APSEC)
Asia-Pacific software engineering conference
|Type of Publication:||
A4 Article in conference proceedings
|Field of Science:||
213 Electronic, automation and communications engineering, electronics
This work is supported by ARC Discovery Grant DP200100020. Grundy is supported by ARC Laureate Fellowship FL190100035. Li is supported by ARC DECRA DE200100016.
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