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Netiquette and Online Ethics

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Netiquette and Online Ethics
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Title: Netiquette and online ethics
Publisher: Detroit, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2013
Characteristics: 213 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,24 cm
Contents: What is the relationship between the Internet and civility? Incivility in our society has not increased / Kathleen Cairns ; Online incivility coarsens public discourse / Andrew Stafford ; Online incivility is part of greater democratic participation and changing norms / Mano Singham ; Online incivility exists, but its effects are difficult to determine / Robert M. Eisinger ; Online anonymity encourages harassment of women / Allison McNeely ; Online anonymity protects marginalized groups / danah boyd
Is cyberbullying a serious problem? Cyberbullying in the workplace is a growing problem / Erica Pinsky ; Cyberbullying among students is a dangerous epidemic / Isabeau Doucet ; Cyberbullying among students is serious, but it is not an epidemic / Larry Magid ; Anti-cyberbullying laws are needed to fight cyberbullying / Ben Leichtling ; Anti-cyberbullying laws are a threat to free speech / John O. Hayward ; Schools and teachers can take action to combat cyberbullying / Sameer Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin
What are the etiquette and ethics of online relationships? Good netiquette can help make online dating work / Andrea Bartz and Brenna Ehrlich ; There is little evidence that online dating works / Eli J. Finkel, Paul W. Eastwick, Benjamin R. Karney, Harry T. Reis, and Susan Sprecher ; Adult sexting is fun and harmless / Penelope Trunk ; Adult sexting can destroy careers and relationships / Joe Gould and Gina Cavallaro ; Cybersex affairs are a form of infidelity / Lenore Skomal ; Cybersex is not necessarily infidelity / Violet Blue
What are the etiquette and ethics of social media? Facebook immorally exploits its users / Kevin Kelleher ; Facebook's treatment of its users is not especially exploitive or immoral / PJ Rey ; Social media users should practice good netiquette in dealing with spam / Suzanne Choney ; Using bots and automation can be akin to spamming / Adam Justice ; Employees should accept the growing use of social media background checks / Michael Rainey ; Employers should be cautious about using social media background checks / Personnel Today
Additional Contributors: Berlatsky, Noah
ISBN: 0737764295
Statement of Responsibility: Noah Berlatsky, book editor
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Headings: Internet Moral and ethical aspects Online etiquette
Topical Term: Internet
Online etiquette
LCCN: 2012043108
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