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    Moral Judo and the Nature of Ethics.Juris Dilevko - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):5-8.
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    Teaching the Ethics of Scientific Research Through Novels.Juris Dilevko & Rachel Barton - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):65-82.
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  3. When a College Does Not Give Out Information.Russell Eisenman - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):9-11.
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  4. The DSM-5 and Its Critics.Robert Hauptman - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):3-4.
     
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  5. Information-Based Autonomy Vs. Oligarchy.Ron Houston - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):12-41.
    Compelled Nonuse of Information promotes oligarchic control of a populace. This paper presents guidelines for identifying and responding to oligarchic control that results from CNI. CNI is a group of information behaviors that lie beyond the control of the individual. The six CNI types, which incorporate many sub-types, are: intrinsic somatic barriers, socio-environmental barriers, authoritarian control, threshold knowledge shortfall, attention shortfall, and information filtering.
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    Plagiarism and Ethics of Knowledge: Evidence From International Scientific Papers.Reza Jamali, Sepehr Ghazinoory & Mona Sadeghi - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):101-110.
    Today, the speed at which science and technology is progressing around the world is so fast that any lag in this race may result in irrevocable consequences for certain countries. For emerging scientific powers such as Iran, this issue is a matter of the country's reputation. This study seeks to investigate plagiarism in different fields of science in Iran. With the growing number of scientific publications in Iran, several reports about the increase of plagiarism in Iranian academia have been published. (...)
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    The Real but Unmentioned Enemy in the "War on Drugs": Disorders of American Character.Peter Olsson - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):111-120.
    There are dangerous drug wars south of the U. S. border. We are desperately building fences and patrolling the borders to prevent drugs from entering America. We have even distributed powerful guns to Mexico, trying to trace them to the drug lords. American presidents ceremoniously appoint powerful drug czars to wage war on illicit drugs. But why are Americans such a receptive, really exploding market for cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and cannabis? One major cause of America's drug abuse epidemic is the (...)
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    The Lesser Known Business Models of Online Copyright Infringement.Morris Rosenthal - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):55-64.
    Copyright infringement on the Internet runs much deeper than file sharing sites for movies, music, and eBooks. Commercially viable work published online is subject to repackaging and sale as information products, turn-key websites, and most of all, as content fodder for the vast network of "black hat" websites built to misdirect search engines and profit from advertising.
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    On Securing Rights to Access Information.Jonathan Trerise - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):42-54.
    Some might argue that a right to access information is problematic, as it requires too much from others. Being a "positive right," the possession of which foists upon others a duty to provide something, an RAI might be thought to contrast with a "negative right," such as the right not to be harmed. Here, other people have duties only to refrain from performing certain actions. The critics this paper is concerned with continue that positive rights are problematic, where negative rights (...)
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    Diversity: An Ethical Question with Competing Rationales.Mark Winston - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):83-100.
    Diversity has been an articulated priority in library and information services for some time, with underrepresentation and recruitment having been central to diversity goals in the profession. However, among librarians, the level of representation of members of minority groups continues to be well below that of the population overall. The extent to which diversity efforts have been undertaken in libraries is not well-documented, as a part of the overall limited amount of original research in this area, thus providing little basis (...)
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  11. Web Briefs.Mark Yannie - 2014 - Journal of Information Ethics 23 (1):154-156.
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