Design Disciplin

What human-computer interaction (HCI) researchers do & how to become one

July 01, 2021
Design Disciplin
What human-computer interaction (HCI) researchers do & how to become one
Show Notes

# Related Books, Links, and Resources

- Conceptions of the Discipline of HCI: Craft, Applied Science, and Engineering by John Long and John Dowell:
- Essence and Existence in Thomistic Philosophy:
- HCI Research as Problem-Solving by Antti Oulasvirta and Kasper Hornbæk:
- HCI Theory: Classical, Modern, and Contemporary by Yvonne Rogers:
- Human–computer interaction: A stable discipline, a nascent science, and the growth of the long tail by Alan Dix:
- Human Computer Interaction - Brief Intro by John M. Carroll:
- Interaction Criticism: A Proposal and Framework for a New Discipline of HCI by Jeffrey Bardzell and Shaowen Bardzell:
- Making epistemological trouble: Third-paradigm HCI as successor science by Steve Harrison, Phoebe Sengers, and Deborah Tatar:
- Post-cognitivist HCI: Second-Wave Theories by Victor Kaptelinin et al.:
- Revisiting the Three HCI Waves: A Preliminary Discussion on Philosophy of Science and Research Paradigms by Emanuel Felipe Duarte and M. Cecília C. Baranauskas:
- The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction by Stuart Card, Thomas Moran, and Allen Newell:
- The Three Paradigms of HCI by Steve Harrison, Deborah Tatar, and Phoebe Sengers:
- The Three Waves of HCI: A Perspective from Social Sciences by Mayra Sousa Resende, Willian Perpétuo Busch, and Roberto Pereira:
- Third-Wave HCI, 10 Years Later – Participation and Sharing by Susanne Bødker:
- When Second Wave HCI Meets Third Wave Challenges by Susanne Bødker:

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# Episode Bookmarks

00:00 Intro
05:05 HCI is academic research
09:48 HCI is computer science
12:22 HCI builds on social sciences and humanities
16:29 Closing