Ethics

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CALL FOR PAPERS for a Special Issue of The Cartographic Journal: “Geospatial Ethics: New Directions and Global Challenges”

Editors: Alexander Kent, Doug Specht and Aileen Buckley Ethics has long been a concern of academic geography, with scholars such as Harvey, Lefebvre, Massey and Butler noting how geographical […]

20 September 2022
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Teaching geospatial ethics: Doug Specht writes for Maplines

Doug Specht has written for Maplines Magazine on teaching geospatial ethics in schools and universities. Specht, who is a chartered geographer of the Royal Geographical Society, uses the article […]

20 September 2022
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School of Media and Communication launches first of a range of resources with the Royal Geographical Society on the responsible use of location data

Doug Specht, Senior Lecturer and Director of Teaching, Learning and Quality Assurance, has led on the creation of a range of resources for the Royal Geographical Society (RGS). The […]

20 September 2022
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An Avicii Trilogy – Music, Mental Health and Ethics

Dr. George Musgrave, academic researcher based in CAMRI, has produced a trilogy of academic publications focusing on the loss of Avicii and lessons the music industries might learn from […]

20 September 2022
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Doug Specht discusses responsible and ethical use of location data for the RGS Ask a Geographer Podcast

Doug Specht has recently spoken to the Royal Geographical Society’s Ask the Geographer podcast about the responsible and ethical use of location data. In the wide ranging discussion on […]

20 September 2022
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Doug Specht delivers keynote speech about making equality in maps at Government Geography Profession annual conference

Doug Specht, Senior Lecturer and Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Media and Communication, gave a keynote speech about seeing and making equality through maps at […]

20 September 2022
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Call for Contributors: THE HANDBOOK OF ONLINE RESEARCH ETHICS

Bloomsbury is pleased to announce the development of a very exciting new project: The Handbook of Online Research Ethics. It is nearly 20 years since the launch of the […]

20 September 2022
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Doug Specht speaks on mapping and open data at the 2021 OpenData.ch Forum

Last week Doug Specht was invited to speak at the OpenData.ch/2021 Forum. The Forum brought together experts and the curious to learn and exchange the newest findings around Open […]

20 September 2022
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Doug Specht joins OCHA panel of Humanitarian Data experts

Doug Specht has joined the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Centre for Humanitarian Data’s Reviewer team. Following work by carried out by the United […]

20 September 2022
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