thoroughly covers principles and concepts in information ethics, as well as the history of ethics in the information professions;
examines human rights, information access, privacy, discourse, intellectual property, censorship, data and cybersecurity ethics, intercultural information ethics, and global digital citizenship and responsibility;
synthesizes the philosophical underpinnings of these key subjects with abundant primary source material to provide historical context along with timely and relevant case studies;
features contributions from John M. Budd, Paul T. Jaeger, Rachel Fischer, Margaret Zimmerman, Kathrine A. Henderson, Peter Darch, Michael Zimmer, and Masooda Bashir, among others; and
offers a special concluding chapter by Amelia Gibson that explores emerging issues in information ethics, including discussions ranging from the ethics of social media and social movements to AI decision making.
This important survey will be a key text for LIS students and an essential reference work for practitioners.
Examination copies are available for instructors who are interested in adopting this title for course use.
2. Human Rights and Information Ethics
3. History of Ethics in the Information Professions
4. Information Access
6. Ethics of Discourse
7. Intellectual Property Ethics
8. Data Ethics
9. Cybersecurity Ethics
10. Cognitive Justice and Intercultural Information Ethics
11. Global Digital Citizenship
12. Emerging Issues
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