The Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR) has just published their second Ethics Guide. The latest guide, written by Annette Markham and Elizabeth Buchanan, with contributions from the AOIR Ethics Working committee, provides useful updates, questions and strategies for managing “data” and other material for those of us carrying out research in and through the internet; the last guide, published in 2002, was written before the era of social media. The guide also usefully integrates perspectives from a range of countries around the world. As documents, they capture some of the rapid changes in internet practices and concerns over the last decade.
ICA Communications and Technology Division Mobile Communications 10th Anniversary Pre-Conference Workshop
16th and 17th June 2013
London School of Economics and Political Science
Media and Communications Department
Leslie Haddon (Senior Researcher LSE)
Jane Vincent (Visiting Fellow University of Surrey Digital World Research)
We are pleased to invite papers for the Mobile Communications ICA Pre-Conference Workshop. In celebration of its 10th Anniversary Year we also announce the introduction of an Award for the Best Paper. We look forward to receiving your submissions and to welcoming you in London in June 2013!
Abstracts 250 500 words to be sent to Jane Vincent by 16 November 2012. Please include a 50 word max biography. Confirmation of acceptance will be sent by 4 January 2012. Only Full Papers (max 8000 words) submitted by 31 March 2013 will be considered for the Best Paper Award.