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Journal of Information Ethics

Last Update: June 11, 2008

Journal of Information Ethics edited by Robert Hauptman (Learning Resources & Technology Services, 720 4th Ave. So., St Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN 56301) (1992-)(ISSN 1061-9321, McFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers). Orders by fax at 336-246-5018 or please contact the publisher

Note: This is an updated list of the contents (Editorial, Columns, Special Feature, Articles) of the Journal of Information Ethics.

Spring 2008, Vol. 17 :1


The Institutional Review Board (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo: Ovulation, Female Sexuality, and the Unconscious: An Evolutionary Psychology (Russell Eisenman)

Academics: The Ethics of Self-Citation: Good Reasons and Bad to Cite Oneself (Joseph S. Fulda)

Special Section: Cataloguing Ethics (Pat Lawton, guest editor)

Professional Values and Ethics in Knowledge Organization and Cataloguing (Clare Beghtol)

Ethical, Unethical, or Benign: Technical Services Decisions and Access to Information (Donna Skekel)

Tensions in Cataloging: Observations on Standards and Implementation (Clément Arsenault, Élaine Ménard, and John e. Leide)

Additional Articles

Dangerous Questions at the Reference Desk: A Virtue Ethics Approach (Mark Lenker)

Citation Ethics: Practical Ethics on How and When to Cite Sources in Articles (Joseph S. Fulda)

Johann David Köhler's "Anweisung für reisende Gelerte, Bibliothecken, Münz-Cabinette, Antiquitäten-Zimmer, Bilder-Sale, Naturalien- und Kunst-Kammern u.d.m. mit Nutzen zubesehe": Inferred Ethical Concern in Eighteenth Century Library Practice and Lessons for the Twenty-First Century (Wallace Koehler and Vera Blair)

Fall 2007, Vol. 16 :2


Access Suberted (Robert Hauptman)
Rebuttal to "Access Subverted" (Jay Schafer)


Peer Review: Three Suggestions in the Spirit of "Mend It, Don't End IT" (Joseph S. Fulda)

Jailhouse Informants (Russell Eisenman)

Gigabytes, Schmigabytes! Who Needs 'Em? ()


Introduction to Articles from the Third Annual Information Ethics Roundtable (Kay Mathiesen)

Intellectual Property and Coerced Exchangese (Alan Mattlage)

Mattlage on Copyright Relinquisment (David Benfield)

Toward an Epistemology of Intellectual Property (Don Fallis)

Comment on "Toward an Epistemology of Intelectual Property" (Marc Meola)

The Controversy over Authorship in Medical Journals (Chris Herrera)

Comments on Herrera's "The Controversy over Authorship in Medical Journals"

Additional Articles

The Ethics of Pseudonyms Publication (Joseph S. Fulda)

Creationism: Religion or Materialism (John L. Mego)

The Ethics of Marketing Faith-Based Commodities (Claire Hoertz Badaracco)

Spring 2007, Vol. 16 :1


Ethical Problems (Robert Hauptman)


Academics: "Chaser Papers": A Plea for Understanding Between Authors and Editors (Joseph S. Fulda)

Current Issues: Information Infestation (John Hershey)

Current Issues: Whence Cometh (or Goeth) Ghost Writers? (Bob Dorsett)


Introduction (Judy Anderson)

Truth as a Value in the Grant Process (Sara T. Behrman)

Awarding Grants: One Author's Personal Guide to Ethical Participation in the Age of Giving Out Money (Gretchen Leslie)

Ethics in Grant Funded Academia: Issues and Questions (Laurel Jizba)

Rubber Stamp-type Decisions for Funding of Academic Research: Paradigms and Conflicts of Interest (Gordon Moran)

The Government Grant System: Inhibitor of Truth and Innovation (Donald W. Miller, Jr.)

Information Ethics and Disaster Grants (David McNamee)

Donated or Mandated?: The NGO/Donor Relationship (Pam Osborne)

Additional Articles

Privacy for Sale - Business as Usual in the 21st Century: An Economic and Normative Critique (Wilhelm Peekhaus)

Corporate Spooks - Never Heard of 'Em (William Klausman)

Classism in the Stacks: Libraries and Poverty (Sanford Berman)

Spring 2006, Vol. 15 :1


No More Privacy (Robert Hauptman)


Multiple Publication Reconsidered II (Joseph S. Fulda)

The Mistreatment of Iraqis at Abu Ghraib Prison (Russel Eisenman)


The Lighter Side of Deception Research in the Social Science: Social Work as Comedy (William M. Epstein)

The Ethics of Scholarly Research and the Internet: Issues of Publication, Privacy, and the Right to Speak (Robert P. Holley)

E-Records and the Technological Imperative(Norman Mooradian)

The Impact of Copyright Law and Other Ownership Mechanisms on the Freedom of Inquiry: Infringements on the Public Domain (Tomas A. Lipinskiand Elizabeth A. Buchanan)

Global Capitalism and the Fair Distribution of Information in the Marketplace - A Moral Reflection from the Perspective of the Developing World (Johannes Britz, Peter Lor, and Theo Bothma)

Do Librarians Have an Ethical Duty to Monitor Patron's Internet Usage in the Public Library? (Anna May Wyatt)

Spring 2004, Vol. 13 : 1


Losing One's Good Name (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo: After All These Years (Russell Eisenman)

Current Issues: Censoring Voices (G. Tod Slone)


Is the Correct Answer the Right One (David Isaacson)

The Digital Divide (Ronald D. Houston and Sanda Erdelez)

Should Web Sites fro Bomb-Making Be Legal?(Tone Doyle)

In Defense of an Error (James F. Welles)

Ethics in Library and Information Science(Elizabeth A. Buchanan)

The Advertorial as Information Pollution (John Ellerbach)

Fall 2003, Vol. 12 : 2


Inexcusable Theft (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo: The Liberal Bias in the Media and the Academiy (Russell Eisenman)


Walking with the FBI: Patritism as Personal Dissent One Year after 9/11 (Martha M. Smith)

Explosive Information (Tim Rumbough)

Approaching Internet Abuse: A Psychoanalytic Perspective (Feng-Yang Kuo)

Democratic Communication and the Library as Workplace (Stephen Michael Carney)

"Enhanced Customer Loyalty" and the "Stockhlm Syndrome" (David Henige)

Spring 2003, Vol. 12 : 1


Alternative Terrors (Robert Hauptman)


Introduction: Democracy's Secrets (Axel Grosseries)

Representation, Secrecy, and Accountability (Pablo da Silveira)

Does Publicity Purify Politics? (Daniel Naurin)

An Egalitarian Case Against Executive Privilege (Christopher Griffin)

Secrecy and International Negotiation (Valérie Rosoux)

A Case for Restricted Access (Axel Grosseries)

Should Adopted Children Be Granted Access to the Identity of Their Birth Parents? A Psychological Perspective (Mark A. Nolan and Diana M. Grace)

Paternalism and Access to Medical Records (Simon Clarke)

Fall 2002, Vol. 11 : 2


Exaggeration, Distortion, Perversion (Robert Hauptman)


Current Issues: Apportioning Credit to Multiple Authors: A Brief Note (Theodore J. Sheskin)

PsychInfo: When Distorted Information Makes Me Laugh: Funny Letters and the MIT Study (Russel Eisenman)


Ethical Considerations in Citing Scientific Literature and Using Citation Analysis in Evaluation of Research Performance (Janne S. Kotiaho)

Ethical Concerns Raised by the Use of the Internet in Academia (A. Graham Peace, Kathleen S. Hartzel)

Moral Conflict for the Film Librarian (Douglas Low)

Should We Trust the Internet for Research? (David Isaacson)

MacKinnon on Pornography (Tony Doyle)

Companion Animal Privacy in an Electronic World (Norman D. Stevens, Ted E. Behr)

Spring 2002, Vol. 11 : 1


Reviewing: Ethical Failures (Robert Hauptman)


Current Issues: The Baltimore Case Misrepresents a Major Piece of Evidence (Charles W. McCutchen)


How to Talk About Heartbreaking Works of Staggering Genius - and Those That Are Not: A Guide to Ethics in Book Reviewing (Lynn Z. Bloom)

What Ethics? Whose Review?(Davaid Galef)

Some Realities of Book Reviewing(Russell Eisenman)

Ethics of Reviewing in a Close-Knit Community (Norman D. Stevens)

Professional Values and Ethical Dilemmas in Book Review Editing (Richard H. McCuen)

The Ethics of Academic Book Reviewing (Leonard R. N. Ashley)

Can Book Publicity Ever Be Morally Neutral? (Claire Hoertz Badaracco)

Reviewing Academics' Books: Are There Ethical Issues? (Edmund F. Byrne)

The Conscience of a Reference Reviewer (Ken Kister)

Fall 2001, Vol. 10 : 2


How We Fail Each Other (Robert Hauptman)

Words from the News (Robert Franklin)


Information Ethics in the Workplace. Misplacing Privacy (Mark Alfino)

PsychInfo. Age Discrimination in Hiring Professors: Why? (Russell Eisenman)


Literature About Illicit Drugs: Libraries and the Law (Bethan Davies and Ann Curry)

Values for Librarians in the Information Age(Wanda V. Dole and Jitka M. Hurych)

Testing the Spirit of the Information Age (Richard J. Cox)

The Ethics of Information Provision: The Case for Refugees (Nimo Tirimanne)

Spring 2001, Vol. 10 : 1


Crime in Cyberspace (Robert Hauptman)


Current Issues: Hell to Pay: The Dark Side of Advocacy (Steve McKinzie)


Digital Crime in the Twenty-First Century (P.N. Grabosky, Russell G. Smith)

Domain Names, Cybersquatters, and the Law: Who's to Blame? (Shawn M. Clankie)

Bootlegs: Intellectual Property and Popular Crime (Anthony J. Graybosch)

Teaching Hackers: School Computing Culture and the Future of Cyber-Rights (Cassandra Van Buren)

Child Molesters on the Internet: How They Lure Children (Russell Eisenman)

Fall 2000, Vol. 9 : 2


Information Loss (Robert Hauptman)


Current Issues: The Criticality of Information Ethics in Emerging Economies: Beyond Piracy and Privacy


Introduction (Tomas A. Lipinski)

The Right to Privacy (Colleen Angel)

Privacy Enhancing Technologies as a Panacea for Online Privacy Concerns: Some Ethical Considerations (Herman Tavani)

Freedom of Speech, Sexual Harassment, and Internet Filters in Academic Libraries (Avi Janssen)

Internet Selection Software and the Acquisition/Removal Distinction (Lawrence Ross)

The Ethics of Hacktivism (Abby Goodrum, Mark Manion)

The Cyber World of Child Pornography: Thoughts on Morphing, Virtual Imaging, and the First Amendment (Sandy Karnold)

Image Ethics: Security and Manipulation of Digital Images (Barbara Rockenbach)

Is There Such a Thing as Gender and Ethnicity of Computing? (Eva Turner)

Ethics, Qualitative Research, and Ethnography in Virtual Space (Elizabeth A. Buchanan)

Spring 2000, Vol. 9 : 1


Ethical Inadequacies and Radical Solutions (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. Incompetence: More Prevalent Than Many Realize (Russell Eisenman)


Privacy, Sex, and Norms: An Indirect Control Definition (Jean E. Chambers)

A Search for Core Values: Towards a Model Code of Ethics for Information Professionals (Wallace C. Koehler, J. Michael Pemberton)

Rethinking Journalism (Amanda Utts)

The Death of Privacy: The Lively Debate in "The Washington Post" (1974-1998)(Joyce H-S Li)

Spring '99, Vol. 8 : 1


The End of Privacy (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. Real Life Cop Shows on Television: Are They Really Real? (Russell Eisenman)


Research Ethics Among AACSB Faculty and Deans: Why Isn't There More Whistleblowing? (Marina Onken, Sharon H. Garrison, Douglas P. Dotterweich)

The Devil and Max Weber in the Research University (Albert Henderson)

Why Salli Tisdale is Really Upset About the State of Libraries: Socio-Political Implications of Internet Information Sources (Juris Dilevko)

The Ethics of Software Testing (Dale Hites)

Growing Our Communications Future (Karen Coyle)

Fall '98, Vol. 7 : 2 (Special Issue: Peer Review)


Problems with Peer Review (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. Peer Review of Scholarly and Scientific Work: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Russell Eisenman)

Current Issues: The Morals of Scholars (Ronald Paque)

Special Feature

Information Ethics at the University of Pittsburgh (Barbara Rockenbach)


Peer Review and Academic Paradigms: Referees and Information Ethics (Gordon Moran)

Social and Ethical Dimensions of the Repeated Journal Reviewer (Sue P. Ravenscroft, Timothy J. Fogarty)

Multiple Publication Reconsidered (Joseph S. Fulda)

Anonymous Review and the Boundaries of "Intrinsic Merit" (Louise Z. Smith)

Internal Conflict and the Peer Review Process: A Case Study (Susan A. McDowell)

Spring '98, Vol. 7 : 1


Information, Technology, and Ethics: Societal Changes (Robert Hauptman)


Information Ethics in the Workplace: Traditional vs. Information Management Theory (Mark Alfino)

PsychInfo: The Taboo on Nevative Information About African-Americans (Russell Eisenman)


Free Speech in Cyberspace (Robert M. O'Neil)

The Ethics of Caller Identification Services (Donald O. Case)

The Illusion of Choice in Computer-Aided Learning (Max Staples)

Privacy, Data Bases, and Computers (Seumas Miller)

You've Always Been a Plaigiarist (Craig Thompson)

Patron Behavior Policies in the Public Library: Kreimer v. Morristown Revisited (Robert W. Geiszler)

Mass-Mediated Stereotyping in the 1990s: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Niaz Ahmed)

Fall '97, Vol. 6 : 2


Speak Freely, While You Can (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. How the Left Has Joined the Right in Opposing the First Amendment (Russell Eisenman)


Dangerous Ideas (Suzanne M. Stauffer)

Blue Pencil Blues: A Scholar's Personal Memoir (Richard Lawrence Miller)

The Conceits of Law and the Transmission of the Indecent, Obscene, and Ugly (Phil Cox)

Academia, Censorship, and the Internet (A. Graham Peace)

The Santa Rosa Case: Women-Only Forums on the Internet and the First Amendment (Leslie Regan Shade)

The First Amendment Is Not an Absolute Even on the Internet (Amitai Etzioni)

Protecting Minors from Free Speech (Joan Kennedy Taylor)

Family Friendly Libraries vs. the American Library Association: A Test of Democracy (Jane D. Schweinsburg)

Spring '97, Vol. 6 : 1 (Special Issue: Publishing Ethics)


Publishing Ethics (Robert Hauptman)


Current Issues: Information Access: A Right of Privilege (James Piccininni)

For SEX, See Librarian: A Plague on Both Your Houses? The Other Sex Books (Martha Cornog, Timothy Perper)


Publishing Programs and Moral Dilemmas (Irving Louis Horowitz)

"It's Not the Principle, It's the Money!": An Economic Revisioning of Publishing Ethics (Evelyn J. Hinz)

Plagiarism and Reviewer/Editor Responsibility (William Riggan)

What Ethics? (Linda Rabben)

Some Notes About the Ethics of Editing Book Anthologies (Richard Kostelanetz)

Assessing the Publication Swamp in Literary Studies (Wendell V. Harris)

From the Cave of Urizen: An Editor Observed (Marilyn Gaull)

Fall '96, Vol. 5 : 2


Medical Records: Privacy with a Twist (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. Research Fraud and Distortion (Russell Eisenman)



Information Technology and Technologies of the Self (Rafael Capurro)

The Ethics of Information Transfer in the Electronic Age: Scholars Unite (E. A. Laidlaw-Johnson)

Journals and Justice (Howard J. Curzer)

Librarianship and Public Culture in the Age of Information Capitalism (Henry T. Blanke)

Spring '96, Vol. 5 : 1 (Special Issue: Research Misconduct)


Rampant Misconduct (Robert Hauptman)


Information Ethics in the Workplace: Research Crimes, Misdemeanors, and Tolerated Deceptions (Mark Alfino)


Glory Days or the Lure of Scientific Misconduct (Elizabeth Knoll)

Misconduct and Departmental Context: Evidence from the Acadia Institute's Graduate Education Program (Melisa S. Anderson)

Federal Actions Against Plagiarism in Research (Alan R. Price)

Digital Imaging: A Reaffirmation of Integrity in Research (Judy Anderson)

Policing Fraud and Deceit: The Legal Aspects of Misconduct in Scientific Inquiry (Maria Protti)

Scientific Misconduct: Individual Deviance or System Complacency? (Pamela Luft, Robert L. Sprague)

Fall '95, Vol. 4 : 2


Convenience and Abuse (Robert Hauptman)


PsychInfo. A Look at Genetic Injustice: Equality of Opportunity Is Not Absolute Equality (Russell Eisenman)

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