Ethics and Electronic Information : A Festschrift for Stephen Almagno

Ethics and Electronic Information : A Festschrift for Stephen Almagno

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Stephen Almagnos career as a professor of library science began with the University of Pittsburgh in 1971. In 1990, he became the first professor in the United States to teach an information ethics course in a library and information science program. Almagnos work in the area of information ethics was recognized at the 2001 "Ethics of Electronic Information in the 21st Century" symposium held at the University of Memphis on October 18-21, 2001, upon the occasion of his retirement from the University of Pittsburgh. The essays in this book were presented at the symposium honoring Almagno. The first section of the book features papers that pay special tribute to Almagno. The second contains papers on library issues and ethics, such as the ethics of electronic information in China and eastern Europe, the organizations that represent information professionals, the ethics of user privacy in the digital library, and ethical implications of e-commerce, to name just a few. The third section covers topical issues, such as Internet plagiarism, ethical hacking and the security justification, social democracy and information media policy, and the ethics of dialogue, among others.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Tom Mendina
An Homage to Stephen Almagno
Stephen Almagno: Biography and Bibliography 3 (10)
Barbara Rockenbach
Stephen Almagno: A Reminiscence 13 (3)
Toni Carbo
Ma Position Intellectuelle 16 (9)
Stephen Almagno
My Response to Ma Position Intellectuelle 25 (5)
Nancy Zimmerman
Ma Position Intellectuelle: A 30 (9)
Discourse-Specific Response
Jeffrey Huber
Ethical Reflections 39 (6)
Netiva Caftori
Library Issues
An Ethos of Trust in Information Service 45 (8)
David Wildon Carr
The Ethics of Electronic Information in China 53 (6)
and in Eastern Europe
Lester J. Pourciau
The Organizations That Represent Information 59 (15)
Professionals: Form, Function, and
Professional Ethics
Wallace C. Koehler, Jr.
Preserving a Secret Garden for the Mind: The 74 (8)
Ethics of User Privacy in the Digital Library
Paul Sturges
Ursula Iliffe
Libraries in the World of E-Commerce: 82 (12)
Technological Opportunities and Ethical
Implications
J.B. Hill
Eric W. Johnson
Intracultural Reciprocity, Information 94 (14)
Ethics, and the Survival of Librarianship in
the 21st Century
Bill Crowley
Deborah Ginsberg
Universal Bibliographic Control --- A 108(11)
Contradiction in Terms? A Reflection on the
Ethical Problems and Dilemmas of Universal
Bibliographic Control
J.J. Britz
Retha Snyman
It Is Not Just a Matter of Ethics II: An 119(12)
Examination of Issues Related to the Ethical
Provision of Consumer Health Services in
Public Libraries
Nancy Zimmerman
Feili Tu
Topical Issues
The Internet: Plagiarism's Newest Accomplice? 131(7)
J. Wayne King
A. Dale King
Watermarking: From Ethics to Praxis 138(10)
Spyridoula M. Armeni
Sofia F. Lioli
Dimitrios Christodoulakis
Ethical Hacking: The Security Justification 148(6)
Bryan Smith
William Yurcik
David Doss
Social Democracy and Information Media Policy 154(12)
Alistair S. Duff
Internet User Dependence and the Duty of 166(11)
Loyalty
Ian R. Kerr
Clashes Between Businesses and Consumers Over 177(19)
Unsolicited Commercial E-Mails
Byung S. Lee
Wonhi Synn
An Ethics for the Electronic World: The 196(9)
Ethics of Dialogue
Maria Antonieta Lopes Vigario
About the Contributors 205(6)
Index 211