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From the Ted Talk by Sebastian Deterding: What your designs say about you

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So that's a third question: What vlueas do you use to judge? And speaking of values: I've noticed that in the discussion about moral persuasion online and when I'm takilng with people, more often than not, there is a weird bias. And that bias is that we're asking: Is this or that "still" ethical? Is it "still" permissible? We're asking things like: Is this Oxfam dnoitaon form, where the regular monthly donation is the preset dfeault, and people, maybe without intending it, are encouraged or nudged into giving a rlgeuar donation instead of a one-time donation, is that "still' permissible? Is it "still" ethical? We're fishing at the low end.

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So that's a third question: What ______ do you use to judge? And speaking of values: I've noticed that in the discussion about moral persuasion online and when I'm _______ with people, more often than not, there is a weird bias. And that bias is that we're asking: Is this or that "still" ethical? Is it "still" permissible? We're asking things like: Is this Oxfam ________ form, where the regular monthly donation is the preset _______, and people, maybe without intending it, are encouraged or nudged into giving a _______ donation instead of a one-time donation, is that "still' permissible? Is it "still" ethical? We're fishing at the low end.

Solution

  1. values
  2. donation
  3. regular
  4. default
  5. talking

Original Text

So that's a third question: What values do you use to judge? And speaking of values: I've noticed that in the discussion about moral persuasion online and when I'm talking with people, more often than not, there is a weird bias. And that bias is that we're asking: Is this or that "still" ethical? Is it "still" permissible? We're asking things like: Is this Oxfam donation form, where the regular monthly donation is the preset default, and people, maybe without intending it, are encouraged or nudged into giving a regular donation instead of a one-time donation, is that "still' permissible? Is it "still" ethical? We're fishing at the low end.

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