Ethics in Personal Mobile & Participatory Sensing

Description or Abstract of the Project: 

This project draws on the "Ethnographic data on ethics in participatory sensing design" datasets, which were collected to observe how social values (including anti-surveillance values) are incorporated into design at CENS. This project conceptualizes a participatory approach to managing privacy in personal mobile sensing applications, investigates design changes to encourage ethics in urban sensing, ubiquitous computing, and broader technology education communities, and created curricula to teach participatory ethics to diverse STEM undergraduate and graduate students. The above information is from CENS annual report PART 19.

Principal Investigator (Last Name, First Name): 
Burke, Jeffrey
Email Address of Principal Investigator:
Persons in Charge of Data Collection (Last Name, First Name): 
Shilton, Katie
Email Address of Persons in Charge of Data Collection:
Data Registered by (Last Name, First Name): 
Mathieu, Camille
Email Address for Person Registering the Data: 
Institution and Department: 
UCLA CENS, Department of Information Studies, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Date of Collection : 
Wednesday, October 1, 2008 to Thursday, December 30, 2010
Data Collection Methods: 
These data were collected through interviews and observations.
Description of Data Type: 
Data Format/File Type (example: jpg, xls, txt). Do NOT put periods in the format type or you will get an error message.: 
Are These Data Shareable?: 
Funding Agency (example: NSF, NIH, NOAA, or any other funder): 
Keywords : 
Social values
Design practices
Date of Registration: 
Wednesday, March 5, 2014