Although the topic of social robots has enjoyed great success in scholarly literature since 2000, this book contributes new knowledge to the debate that has been generated from diverse sources. It includes authors who come from many different countries delivering robust, quantitative studies on the attitudes and perceptions towards robots in Europe and North America together with a series of more qualitative research projects and experiments from Europe and Asia. Furthermore, it includes a good mix of disciplines: from communication to social policy, from sociology to industrial design, from philosophy to social psychology. Collaborating together all these disciplines have delivered integrated knowledge and a variety of studies regarding social robots.

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FORTUNATI, Leopoldina
2015

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Although the topic of social robots has enjoyed great success in scholarly literature since 2000, this book contributes new knowledge to the debate that has been generated from diverse sources. It includes authors who come from many different countries delivering robust, quantitative studies on the attitudes and perceptions towards robots in Europe and North America together with a series of more qualitative research projects and experiments from Europe and Asia. Furthermore, it includes a good mix of disciplines: from communication to social policy, from sociology to industrial design, from philosophy to social psychology. Collaborating together all these disciplines have delivered integrated knowledge and a variety of studies regarding social robots.
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