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Adolescent Diary Weblogs and the Unseen Audience

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June 18, 2004

A Variety of Useful Quotes and Links from Today's Discussions

Today we had two excellent keynote speakers in Charles Ess and Phil Weiser. Charles presented Internet Research Ethics in Historical Context. Charles presented the background on ethics and internet research needed to frame the workshop. I'm not going to get into details here...would take to much space, oh and more skill then I possess...but here is a productive Google search that will help you if you want to do some reading. The following are a loosely grouped - as in not really grouped at all - set of notes, quotes, and sites that came from Charles' speech.

  • The I of the basic word I-You is different from that of the basic word I-It. The I of the basic word I-It appears as an ego and becomes conscious of itself as a subject (of experience and use). The I of the basic word I-You appears as a person and becomes conscious of itself as subjectivity (without any dependent genetive--i.e., without any "of" clause). Egos appear by setting themselves apart from other egos. Persons appear by entering into relation to other persons. One is the spiritual form of natural differentiation, the other that of natural association. The purpose of setting oneself apart is to experience and use, and the purpose of that is "living"--which means dying one human life long. The purpose of relation is the relation itself--touching the You. For as soon as we touch a You, we are touched by a breath of eternal life. Martin Buber, I and Thou: Selected Passage
  • Caring: A Feminine Approach to Ethics and Moral Education, Second Edition, with a New Preface by Authors: Nel Noddings, Released: 02 June, 2003
  • The RESPECT project. The RESPECT project has been funded by the European Commission’s Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme, to draw up professional and ethical guidelines for the conduct of socio-economic research.

  • Internet Research Ethics book by May Thorseth

    Phil Weiser's speech was entitled Legal Issues of Internet Research.

  • Kevin Kelly: The Web Runs on Love, Not Greed

  • FIAT LUCRE PRESENTS WILLFUL INFRINGEMENT. A report from the front lines of the real culture wars Websites about Academic Fair Use.

  • Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute Fair Use Webpage

  • Stanford University Library Copyright and Fair Use Webpage

    Posted by prolurkr at June 18, 2004 11:19 PM

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