The Human Values Framework Episode 5

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  1. The Human Values Framework: Episode 1

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the Human Values Framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

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  2. Human Values Framework: Episode 2

    An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 2: Applying the Framework

    Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests: - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - Katja Bego - Nesta - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Solana Larson - Mozilla Foundation

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  3. The Human Values Framework: Episode 4

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 4: Measuring success using the framework Are human values the new way to measure success and value in a digital age? Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests:

    • Brian Suda - Optional.is
    • David Jay - Centre for Humane Technology
    • Mark Surman - Mozilla Foundation
    • Solana Larson - Mozilla Foundation
    • Yancey Strickler - Co-founder of Kickstarter & entrepreneur

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  4. The Human Values Framework: Episode 3

    An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 3: Exploring the underlying philosophy A discussion of the philosophical thinking that underpins the Human Values Framework Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests; - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - David Jay - Centre for Humane Technology - Katja Bego - Nesta - Mark Surman - Mozilla Foundation - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Yancey Strickler - Co-founder of Kickstarter & entrepreneur

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  5. Can Science Shape Human Values? And Should It? : NPR

    November 5, 20101:00 PM ET

    Ira Flatow talks with scientists and philosophers about the origins of human values, and the influence of modern scientific thought on human values. Even if science can shape human morals, should it? Or does science bring its own set of preconceptions and prejudices to moral questions?

    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=131099083

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  6. Ex Bank of England Governor Mark Carney: building a human-values based economy | RNZ

    Mark Carney is the UN Special Envoy for Climate Action and Finance and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Finance Adviser for COP26. He was Governor of the Bank of England until last year, and prior to that was Governor of the Bank of Canada. His new book, Value(s): Building A Better World For All challenges free market fundamentalism and blames it for damaging the values upon which a good society is based. He calls for change in a post-Covid world, where values of sustainability, solidarity and responsibility are embedded into decision-making as a framework to build a better world.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2018789295/ex-bank-of-england-governor-mark-carney-building-a-human-values-based-economy

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