Journal of Information Ethics, Vol. 23, No. 2 (Fall 2014)
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About the Author(s)
Edited by Robert Hauptman
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Copyright Date: 2014
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Editorial: Abusive Identification Requests (Robert Hauptman) 3
Column: Ethics in the Cultural and Educational Industries The Furor Over Scholarly-Journal Prices (Juris Dilevko) 5
Featured Article: Catalyzing Ethical Behavior Among Journal Editors in
the Organizational Sciences and Beyond (Meghan A. Thornton, Oscar Jerome Stewart, Deborah E. Rupp and Steven G. Rogelberg) 9
Procrustes or Proteus: Is Epistemology a Science? (David Henige) 22
The Practical Matter of Privacy vs. Anonymity: When Is Anonymity an Unethical Power Move in the Educative Information Professions? (John Buschman) 40
Patent Trolls and Other Bad Guys (Leon Cooper) 57
Ethical Attitudes Toward Internet Pornography in Islamic Societies: Kuwait as a Case Study (Salah M. Al-Fadhli, Hasan A. Abbas, Ali A. Dashti and Hosni Hamdi) 60
Reader Discretion Is Advised (John Norris) 71
Web Briefs 110
Article Alerts 114
Book Reviews & Awards
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