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Learning Ethics from Dementia Researchers in the Context of HCI
datasetposted on 10.01.2020, 08:38 by James Martin Hodge, Kellie Morrissey, Sarah Foley, Amanda Lazar, Jennifer Boger, Rens Brankaert, Gail Kenning
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The data in this record is of qualitative discussions to gain an understanding of ethical experiences and practices in the field of HCI and dementia. These interviews took place between June and Early September 2019. The data set contains 22 anonymised interviews from diverse countries, institutions, and disciplines. These interviews range from 45 minutes - 1 hour 10. Due to participants talking about their own work in the interviews, the data set is not openly available due to confidentiality considerations.