Journal of Information Ethics, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 2009)
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About the Author(s)
Edited by Robert Hauptman
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Copyright Date: 2009
Table of Contents
Guest Editorial: Academia and Reflection
Elizabeth A. Buchanan 3
On Being Misunderstood: Am I a Conservative and a Racist?
Russell Eisenman 5
Waste Not/Want Not? A Moral/Ethical Question re Technical Excellence
Bob Dorsett 8
Science: Self-Corruption at the Top
James F. Welles 10
Correcting Errors in Science: An Analytic Review
James F. Welles 16
Some Problems Related to Corrections of Error in the Scholarly Literature
Gordon F. Moran 21
Ethical Values of IT Professionals in Chinese Cultural Societies
Christina Ling-hsing Chang 25
Additional Suggestions for Management to Respond to Ethical Issues Raised by Technological Change
William P. Cordeiro 54
Joseph S. Fulda 67
Web Briefs 109
Article Alerts 113
Book Reviews & Awards
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