Review: Ethics of internet research: A rhetorical case-based approach

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Page: 80-82

Publication Year:
2010
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Repository URL:
https://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/1697
Author(s):
Whelan, Andrew
Tags:
research; rhetorical; case; approach; ethics; internet; review; Arts and Humanities; Law
article description
Ethics of Internet Research is the 59th volume in the Digital Formations series published by Peter Lang and the first volume in that series dedicated to research ethics, a subject not substantively addressed by Digital Formations since 2003's Online Social Research. It is a good companion piece to Digital Media Ethics by Charles Ess, also released in 2009 but published by Polity Press, which concentrates on more 'structural' issues, such as copyright.