Ethical Issues in Social
Ethical issues that arise in collecting and analyzing social network data,
particularly in organizational settings.
- R.L. Breiger, 2005. “Ethical Dilemmas in Social Network
Research: Introduction to Special Issue,” Social Networks
Borgatti, S.P. and Molina, J.L. 2005. Toward ethical
guidelines for network research in organizations. Social
Borgatti, S.P. and Molina, J-L. 2003. Ethical and
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Special Issue of Social Networks -- 27(2), 2005
R.L. Breiger, “Ethical Dilemmas in Social Network
Research: Introduction to Special Issue,” pp. 88-93.
Rebecca Goolsby, “Ethics and Defense Agency Funding:
Some Considerations,” pp. 95-106.
Stephen P. Borgatti and José-Luis Molina, “Toward
Ethical Guidelines for Social Network Research in Organizations,” pp. 107-117.
Alden S. Klovdahl, “Social Network Research and Human
Subjects Protection: Toward More Effective Infectious Disease Control,” pp.
Charles Kadushin, “Who Benefits from Network Analysis:
Ethics of Social Network Research,” pp. 139-153.
Ethical and legal issues in social network research:
the real and the ideal.
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