Internet Research Ethics

[Revised entry by Elizabeth A. Buchanan and Michael Zimmer on August 24, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] There is little research that is not impacted in some way on or
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[Revised entry by Elizabeth A. Buchanan and Michael Zimmer on August 24, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, notes.html] There is little research that is not impacted in some way on or through the Internet. The Internet, as a field, a tool, and a venue, has specific and far reaching ethical issues. Internet research ethics is a subdiscipline that fits across many disciplines, ranging from social sciences, arts and humanities, medical/biomedical, and hard sciences. Extant ethical frameworks, including consequentialism, utilitarianism,...

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