This 2013 article focuses on crowdsourcing volunteered geographic information. The article asks the question, is “volunteered” the right adjective to use for all types of crowd-sourced geographic information?
This 2015 slideshow and accompanying notes by netnography discipline founder Robert Kozinets presents an informative look at the ethical concerns to conducting netnographic and wider online data collection and cultural research.
The British Psychological Society’s Guidelines for Ethical Practice in Psychological Research Online serves as a complement to existing ethical principles in the realm of Internet Mediated Research (IMR).
The Ethical Decision-Making and Internet Research document is described as a set of guidelines concerning the day-to-day practices of researchers across multiple disciplines, countries and contexts.
This 2014 article focuses on some of the key issues that exist in current research on network theory and Social Network Analysis (SNA).
This portal gathers an annotated collection of recent research on the ways in which social media and new technologies may be leveraged in the fight against violent extremism