[Air-L] inaugural issue of AoIR-JICES collaboration now out

Jenifer Sunrise Winter jwinter at hawaii.edu
Mon Sep 27 23:12:37 PDT 2021

Congratulations, Charles, Simon, and all of the contributors to this
outstanding special issue! We look forward to many more wonderful
collaborations with AoIR.



Jenifer Sunrise Winter, Ph.D.
Professor, School of Communications, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Chair, Communication and Information Sciences Interdisciplinary PhD Program
Co-Director, Pacific ICTD Collaborative
Co-Editor, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society
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On Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 7:19 PM Charles M. Ess <c.m.ess at media.uio.no> wrote:

> Dear AoIRists, cc. Simon Rogerson and contributors
> On behalf of the contributors, I'm very pleased indeed to call your
> attention to the recent publication of a special issue of the Journal of
> Information, Communication and Ethics in Society (JICES):
> <https://www.emerald.com/insight/publication/issn/1477-996X/vol/19/iss/3>
> This is the inaugural (and Open Access) issue of a new collaboration
> between AoIR and JICES, modeled after the now long-standing
> collaboration between AoIR and the Information, Communication and
> Society journal. It is made up of six contributions - five of which were
> first gathered in ethics panels presented at AoIR 2020:
> Bastiaan Vanacker, “Virtue Ethics, Situationism and Casuistry: Toward a
> Digital Ethics Beyond Exemplars”
> Morten Bay, “Four Challenges to Confucian Virtue Ethics in Technology.”
> Chi Kwok and Ngai Keung Chan, “Toward a Political Theory of Data
> Justice: A Public Good Perspective”
> Katja Kaufmann, Tabea Bork-Hüffer, Niklas Gudowsky-Blatakes, Marjo
> Rauhala and Martin Rutzinger, “Ethical Challenges of Researching
> Emergent Socio-Material-Technological Phenomena: Insights from an
> Interdisciplinary Mixed Methods Project Using Mobile Eye-Tracking”
> Ylva Hård af Segerstad, “On the Complexities of Studying Sensitive
> Communities Online as a Researcher-Participant,”
> (The sixth, Nesibe Kantar and Terrell Ward Bynum, “Global ethics for the
> digital age – flourishing ethics” begins with the long history of how
> especially virtue ethics (VE) has come to take a central place in the
> ethics of information and communication technologies. It begins the
> collection as it sets the stage for Vanacker's and Bay's important
> critiques of VE.)
> This new collaboration and its first results thus expand the
> characteristic foci on ethics in AoIR across and with new communities of
> scholars and researchers: in particular, JICES is well known for its
> foundational engagements with computer scientists and their colleagues
> in related technical fields along with philosophers and others who take
> up the multiple ethical, social, and political dimensions of ICTs. At
> the same time, the JICES focus on communication is a natural bridge with
> AoIR - and as the contributions from Ylva Hård af Segerstad and Katja
> Kaufmann et al instantiate, our signature focus on internet research
> ethics.
> Even better: plans are in the works for the next round and special issue.
> Last but not least: many thanks indeed to Simon Rogerson, founding
> editor of JICES, for his first suggesting this collaboration and for his
> inspiration and hard work in pursuing it through this publication.
> Happy reading and all best,
> - charles
> --
> Professor Emeritus
> University of Oslo
> <http://www.hf.uio.no/imk/english/people/aca/charlees/index.html>
> Secretary, IFIP Working Group 9.8, Gender, Diversity, and ICT
> <http://ifiptc9.org/9-8/>
> Fellow, Siebold-Collegiums Institute for Advanced Studies,
> Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany
> 3rd edition of Digital Media Ethics now out:
> <http://politybooks.com/bookdetail/?isbn=9781509533428>
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