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  • Accessing a hard to reach population: reflections on research with young carers in Ireland 

    Kennan, Danielle; Fives, Allyn; Canavan, John (Wiley Online Library, 2012-08)
    In keeping with developments in children's rights, research is increasingly including the views of children. Accessing a hard to reach population of children can, however, raise significant ethical and methodological ...
  • Algorithms, social media and mental health 

    Felzmann, Heike; Kennedy, Rónán (Society for Computers and Law, 2016-09-28)
    Algorithmic identification of mental health characteristics is feasible on the basis of easily available information on social media. Such information can be extracted by algorithmic methods from publicly available ...
  • The ethics of narrative form in Gaskell, Dickens, and Eliot 

    Pacious, Kathleen (2016-05-03)
    This thesis explores Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South, Charles Dickens’s Our Mutual Friend, and George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda through the lens of rhetorical narratology to offer conclusions for realism, metafiction, and ...
  • Growth, public policy and regional models in Ireland and Malaysia 

    Khoo, Su-ming (2007-11)
    What exactly constitutes 'good governance' in a highly globalized economy? Developmental state theory suggests that high-growth "tiger" economies have "developmental" features and capabilities that other states lack, ...
  • In search of search engine marketing strategy amongst SME s in Ireland 

    Barry, Chris; Charleton, Debbie (Springer, 2009)
    Researchers have identified the Web as a searchers first port of call for locating information. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) strategies have been noted as a key consideration when developing, maintaining and managing Websites. ...
  • Incorporating Ethics and Social Responsibility in IS Education 

    Lang, Michael (2011)
    This paper discusses the importance of ethics and social responsibility in information systems (IS) education. The many public scandals of corporate misconduct have increased the need for more emphasis to be placed on ...
  • Questioning the use of opaque web practices among low-cost airline carriers 

    Barry, Chris; Torres, Ann M. (ECIS Standing Committee, 2008-06-09)
    Modest attention has been given to the subtle ethical issues of ¿best practice¿ on the Internet, such as the exploitation of Web technologies to inhibit or avoid customer service. Increasingly, some firms are using ...
  • Researching Search - A Study into Search Engine Marketing Practices in Ireland 

    Barry, Chris; Charleton, Debbie (INSTICC Press, 2008-07)
    Researchers have identified the Web as the searchers first port of call for locating information. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) strategies have been noted as a key area for firms to consider when developing, maintaining ...
  • Seeking the face of innovation with the ethical compass of Emmanuel Levinas. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnellan, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2008)
    A recent biographer has described the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas as being permeated by one simple but profound theme: western philosophy has at best ignored and at worst suppressed the ¿Other¿. The approach of this ...
  • A study of opacity in web design practices. 

    Barry, Chris; Hogan, Mairead; Torres, Ann M. (Irish Academy of Management, 2010-09-01)
    That IS and IT practitioners should use best practice in information systems development is pretty much universally taken for granted. We expect systems to be developed that enhance the user experience and allow them to ...
  • Tricks and clicks - how low-cost carriers ply their trade through self-service websites 

    Barry, Chris; Torres, Ann M. (Springer Verlag, 2009)
    Ethics on the Internet has been a widely debated topic in recent years, covering issues that range from privacy to security to fraud. Little, however, has been written on more subtle ethical questions, such as the exploitation ...