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D5.2 Survey and interview design

This present deliverable builds on the findings of deliverable 5.1 (state of the art and literature review) and is also informed by deliverable 1.1 (guidelines for ethics by design). The objective of this deliverable is to support D1.1, providing an initial overview of what the interview and survey protocol used in the implementation of the ethics by design methodology will look like. It is important to point out that the questions contained within this document have been extracted from existing batteries (see Bechmann et al., 2020; AoIR 2019; Institute for the Future, 2018) and will need to be tailored more specifically to the GuestXR context. The interview questions contained in the deliverable will be modified and used by the ethics and responsible innovation researchers in conversation with project partners, as well as by project partners within their own meetings to encourage ethical reflection. The deliverable also contains an outline of the “7 questions” technique, pioneered by Shell in its scenario planning process and lists questions that can also be modified for use within the context of GuestXR. In addition, this document will contain the protocol for a visioning/scenario workshop which will be used in the place of a standard survey in order to engage project partners in ethical questions about GuestXR during the next face to face consortium meeting in June 2023. The protocol is currently under development and will be sent to all partners and added to this document before the workshop takes place. As with D1.1, the script and survey contained herein will be implemented by ethics and/or responsible innovation researchers, in the context of close collaboration with project partners, for example in the context of a research stay or “embedding” of an ethics and/or responsible innovation researcher within a laboratory or relevant scientific group.