Internet Research Ethics av Hallvard Fossheim og Helene Ingierd
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Internet Research Ethics

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Hallvard Fossheim og Helene Ingierd (red.)

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Utgivelsesår: 2016
Forlag: Cappelen Damm Akademisk
Språk/målform: Bokmål
ISBN: 9788202489519
Kategori: Metode og studieteknikk og Mediefag
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Lisenstype: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Fagfellevurdert: Ja
Fag: Mediefag, Metode og studieteknikk
Nivå: Akademisk
Om utgivelsen Internet Research Ethics

The book Internet Research Ethics addresses ethical challenges that arise within Internet research. Among the issues discussed are the following: When is voluntary informed consent from research subjects required in using the Internet as a data source? How may researchers secure the privacy of research subjects in a landscape where the traditional public/private distinction is blurred and re-identification a recurring threat? What are the central ethical and legal aspects of Internet research for individuals, groups, and society?

The Norwegian National Committees for Research Ethics are independent agencies for questions regarding research ethics within all subject areas. Contributors in the book are Hallvard Fossheim, Helene Ingierd, Dag Elgesem, Katrine Segal, Charles Ess, Marika Lüders, Elisabeth Staksrud, Kari Steen-Johnsen, Bernard Enjolras, Anders Olof Larsson and Robindra Prabhu.

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Hallvard Fossheim has served as Director of the Norwegian National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and Humanities (NESH), and is currently Associate Professor of philosophy at the University of Bergen and Professor II in ethics and political theory at the University of Tromsø. He has published in the fields of ethics and research ethics as well as the history of philosophy.
Helene Ingierd is Director of the Norwegian National Committee for Research Ethics in Science and Technology. Ingierd holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Oslo, and has worked extensively in the area of war and ethics.
Dag Elgesem, Professor of ICT and Society at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies, University of Bergen. He has been working on normative issues related to ICT, including internet research ethics, for a number of years. His current research focuses on methods for the analysis of discourses in social media, in particular blogs, and he leads the project Networks of Texts and People (ntap.no). From 1995 to 2000 he was the director of NESH.
Bernard Enjolras har både doktorgrad i sosiologi fra Québec Universitet i Montréal (Canada) og en doktorgrad i samfunnsøkonomi fra Sorbonne i Paris (Frankrike). Han er forskningsleder ved Institutt for samfunnsforskning og leder av Senter for forskning på sivilsamfunn og frivillig sektor. Hans faglige interesser og forskningsfelt er sivilsamfunn, frivillige organisasjoner, offentlige politikk, offentlig governance og sosiale medier og offentlighet.
Charles Ess, (PhD, Pennsylvania State University, USA) is Professor in Media Studies, Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Drury University (Springfield, Missouri), USA. Emphasizing cross-cultural perspectives, Dr. Ess has published extensively in the field of information and computing ethics and Internet studies.
Anders Olof Larsson is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. Larsson’s research interests include the use of the Internet by societal institutions and their audiences, online political communication and quantitative methods. For more information, see www.andersoloflarsson.se
Marika Lüders (PhD, UiO) is a senior research scientist at SINTEF, Oslo. Her research concerns the consequences of the networked society, addressing e.g. social network sites, knowledge-sharing, democratic participation and privacy. Her work has been published in journals such as New Media & Society and Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
Robindra Prabhu is a project manager with the Norwegian Board of Technology. His work centres on policy opportunities and challenges related to big data, machine learning, algorithmic predictions and decision-making, and their wider implications for society. He was previously a Research Associate at University College London, working on data analysis and the development of algorithmic tools for the Large Hadron Collider project at CERN, and holds a PhD in high energy physics.
Katrine Utaaker Segadal is a social scientist and the Head of Section for the Data Protection Official for Research at the Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD). She works with ethical and legal issues regarding privacy protection, with a focus on sustaining needs of research within the regulatory framework.
Elisabeth Staksrud, PhD, is Associate Professor and Head of Studies at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, researching censorship, media regulation, children and online risk. She is also deputy chair of NESH.
Kari Steen-Johnsen er sosiolog (ph.d.) og forsker ved Institutt for samfunnsforskning. Forskningen hennes har fokusert på endringer i sivilsamfunnet med en spesiell interesse i frivillige organisasjoner. Hun er involvert i flere prosjekter knyttet til nettverks- og informasjonssamfunnet, blant annet et prosjekt om konsekvenser av sosiale medier for det offentlige rom.