Research Ethics in Social Sciences: Online Data Gathering and Big Data Analysis

The widespread use of the Internet, mobile devices, and social media represents a significant opportunity for researchers, known as the trend of computational social science as named by Popov, Gosling, Kosinski, Matz, and Stillwell (2015), but also comes with ethical challenges (Drotar, 2011).

Human behavior revolution

The jobs that pay enrich the greedy volunteers sacrifice to help the needy World’s common resources exploitation including worldwide transportation Is what is seen as creating added value to the controlling elite, for others untrue This counterintuitive socio-economic system represents the core of the human problem Technology invention isn’t the resolution need to support human behavior revolution

Building skills for e-learning success in the intuitive classroom of the digital generation

For many students, e-learning programs can be as natural as the daily individual components of web content, e-books, and e-mails. The consistent digital availability of all study materials in an online program provides the ability to seamlessly integrate students’ various information sources and storage of the paperless household and office. For this and other reasons it would be difficult to bring the digital generation back to the traditional classroom without … Continue reading

We need to claim ownership for our virtual identity data

Summary Personal values such as care for society and an increased awareness regarding risks of the ongoing digitization and datafication of everyday life will be determining factors for citizen participation in the governance of smart home provision. A multi-stakeholder cooperative approach could solve adoption-hindering constraints, such as lack of interoperability, in short-term in minimum on a local level. Citizens would own their data, including its destiny, and secure peer-to-peer data market … Continue reading