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INSTÄLLT: Internet Research Ethics 3.0: key assumptions, backgrounds, components, applications


We start with a philosophical anthropology of human beings as intrinsically ethical and the nature of our diverse ethical judgments.

I then review the primary ethical frameworks in play in the Association of Internet Researchers' Internet Research Ethics (IRE) 3.0. Attending to the culturally-variable backgrounds and assumptions of these frameworks forces the key challenge of developing a shared global IRE that at the same time sustain and preserve local ethical traditions, assumptions, etc.: we will explore ethical pluralism as a response that forges a middle ground between monolithic / hegemonic dogmatism and fragmenting ethical relativism. I then introduce the IRE 3.0 guidelines by way of their roots and origins in IRE 1.0 (2002) and IRE 2.0 (2012), vis-a-vis the rise of Big Data approaches and increasing threats to researchers themselves as catalyzing the development of IRE 3.0. Specific ethical points and components, including a guide for ethical analysis, will be illustrated by way of real-world examples from contemporary and earlier internet-facilitated research.

Föreläsare: Charles Ess, Professor at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, Norway

Datum: 2020-04-06

Tid: 13:00 - 15:00

Kategorier: IT

Plats: Torg Tre, floor 3, House Patricia, Forskningsgången 6, Lindholmen

Kontaktperson: Ylva Hård af Segerstad

Sidansvarig: |Sidan uppdaterades: 2017-05-02

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