21 August 2014 - Research Paper Series - ISSUE # 10 AVAILABLE: Literature Review of Approaches for Measuring Preferences with Respect to Privacy, Security and Surveillance available:

Literature Review of Approaches for Measuring Preferences with Respect to Privacy, Security and Surveillance

Authors: Dimitris Potoglou; Neil Robinson; Tess Hellgren; Svitlana Kobzar and Patil, Sunil

Abstract: "This paper aims to inform the identification and selection of relevant, robust and validated methods for measuring individuals’ preferences related to privacy and security. It reports on the results of a targeted search of peer reviewed and grey literature concerning measurement scales and valid attitudinal indicators relating to privacy, security and surveillance. This search was conducted in the context of Work Package 2 of the FP7 PACT project and was intended to inform the selection of appropriate methods in the subsequent fieldwork stage of Work Package 3 of PACT."

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