Journal of Information Ethics

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Journal of Information Ethics  
Discipline Information science
Language English
Edited by R. Hauptmann
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Biannually
ISSN 1061-9321 (print)
1941-2894 (web)

The Journal of Information Ethics is an academic journal of philosophy. The editor-in-chief is Robert Hauptmann.[1] It has been published biannually since 1992 by McFarland & Company and the Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe. The publisher description of editorial content reads:"From the ethics of Caller ID to transmission of sexually explicit materials via Internet, the information age presents a barrage of ethical challenges. In this acclaimed twice-yearly journal, some of the brightest and most influential figures in the information sciences confront a broad range of these transdisciplinary issues."[1]

According to Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, it "deals with ethical issues in all of the information sciences, from library acquisitions to database management, with a multidisciplinary approach."[2][who?]

Review and indexes[edit]

According to the publisher's web site, the journal has been reviewed by Library Journal, Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Special Libraries, and Library and Information Science Annual.[1]

It is abstracted and indexed in Library Literature, Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, Scopus, PubMed, ATLA Religion, and The Philosophers' Index.

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