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As HCI is applied in increasingly diverse contexts, it is important to consider situations in which computational or information technologies may be less appropriate. This paper presents a series of questions that can help researchers, designers, and practitioners articulate a technology's appropriateness or inappropriateness. Use of these questions is demonstrated via examples from the literature. The paper concludes with specific arguments for improving the conduct of HCI. This paper providesdoi:10.1145/1978942.1979275 dblp:conf/chi/BaumerS11 fatcat:nzbrm2mfqzh6jkcbyhbkjrgqp4