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Dear Kamal

A special issue of the journal Social Networks on social networks and ethics will be published in July. The articles are already available online: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/social-networks/articles-in-press

Regards

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Paola Tubaro

Research Professor, CNRS
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New publications:

Disembedded or deeply embedded? A multi-level network analysis of online labour platforms. Sociology, 2021 (online first).

Social network analysis: New ethical approaches through collective reflexivity. Social Networks, with L. Ryan, A.A. Casilli & A. D'Angelo, 2020 (online first).

The trainer, the verifier, the imitator: Three ways in which human platform workers support artificial intelligence. Big Data & Society, with A.A. Casilli & M. Coville, 2020 (open access)



From: "Kamal Badar" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, 23 March, 2021 11:47:31
Subject: [SOCNET] SNA and ethics/sustainability in organizations
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Dear Community,

I'm looking for articles which have adopted a social network perspective of studying ethics and sustainability in organizations. More specifically, I'm looking for articles exploring the interplay of social network and ethics /sustainability constructs. Highly appreciate the feedback from the community.

Regards
Dr. Kamal Badar
Victoria University of Wellington 
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