You may be interested in the following papers:
De Graaf, M. (2016). An ethical evaluation of human–robot relationships. International journal of social robotics, 8(4), 589-598.
Riek, L., & Howard, D. (2014). A code of ethics for the human-robot interaction profession. Proceedings of we robot.
Van Wynsberghe, A. (2013). A method for integrating ethics into the design of robots. Industrial Robot: An International Journal.
de Graaf, M. M., Ben Allouch, S., & Van Dijk, J. A. (2019). Why would I use this in my home? A model of domestic social robot acceptance. Human–Computer Interaction, 34(2), 115-173.
Sharkey, A., & Sharkey, N. (2011). Children, the elderly, and interactive robots. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 18(1), 32-38.
Lacey, C., & Caudwell, C. (2019, March). Cuteness as a ‘dark pattern’in home robots. In 2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) (pp. 374-381). IEEE.
Millar, J. (2016). An ethics evaluation tool for automating ethical decision-making in robots and self-driving cars. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 30(8), 787-809.
Sharkey, A., & Sharkey, N. (2012). Granny and the robots: ethical issues in robot care for the elderly. Ethics and information technology, 14(1), 27-40.
Ballard, S., Chappell, K. M., & Kennedy, K. (2019, June). Judgment call the game: Using value sensitive design and design fiction to surface ethical concerns related to technology. In Proceedings of the 2019 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference (pp. 421-433).
Van Wynsberghe, A. (2013). Designing robots for care: Care centered value-sensitive design. Science and engineering ethics, 19(2), 407-433.