Lucas D. Introna
Lucas D. Introna
Professor of Organistion, Technology and Ethics, Lancaster University
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Shaping the Web: Why the politics of search engines matters
LD Introna, H Nissenbaum
The information society 16 (3), 169-185, 2000
9432000
Management, information and power: A narrative of the involved manager
LD Introna
Macmillan International Higher Education, 1997
4281997
Picturing algorithmic surveillance: The politics of facial recognition systems
L Introna, D Wood
Surveillance & Society 2 (2/3), 177-198, 2004
3292004
Cultural values, plagiarism, and fairness: When plagiarism gets in the way of learning
N Hayes, LD Introna
Ethics & Behavior 15 (3), 213-231, 2005
3262005
Algorithms, governance, and governmentality: on governing academic writing
LD Introna
Science, Technology & Human Values, 0162243915587360, 2015
2522015
Privacy and the computer: why we need privacy in the information society
LD Introna
Metaphilosophy 28 (3), 259-275, 1997
2091997
Maintaining the reversibility of foldings: Making the ethics (politics) of information technology visible
LD Introna
Ethics and Information Technology 9 (1), 11-25, 2007
1582007
Against method-ism: Exploring the limits of method
LD Introna, EA Whitley
Information Technology & People 10 (1), 31-45, 1997
1551997
Privacy in the information age: Stakeholders, interests and values
L Introna, A Pouloudi
Journal of Business Ethics 22 (1), 27-38, 1999
1491999
Ethics and the speaking of things
LD Introna
Theory, Culture & Society 26 (4), 25-46, 2009
1482009
Defining the web: The politics of search engines
L Introna, H Nissenbaum
Computer 33 (1), 54-62, 2000
1402000
Phenomenological approaches to ethics and information technology
L Introna
1212005
On sociomaterial imbrications: What plagiarism detection systems reveal and why it matters
LD Introna, N Hayes
Information and Organization 21 (2), 107-122, 2011
1202011
Cultural attitudes towards plagiarism
L Introna, N Hayes, L Blair, E Wood
Lancaster: University of Lancaster, 1-57, 2003
992003
Cultural attitudes towards plagiarism
L Introna, N Hayes, L Blair, E Wood
Lancaster: University of Lancaster, 1-57, 2003
992003
Facial recognition technology a survey of policy and implementation issues
L Introna, H Nissenbaum
The Department of Organisation, Work and Technology, 2010
942010
On the meaning of screens: Towards a phenomenological account of screenness
LD Introna, FM Ilharco
Human Studies 29 (1), 57-76, 2006
842006
Disclosive Ethics and Information Technology: Disclosing Facial Recognition Systems
LD Introna
Ethics and Information Technology 7 (2), 75-86, 2005
822005
The (im) possibility of ethics in the information age
LD Introna
Information and organization 12 (2), 71-84, 2002
762002
The enframing of code: agency, originality and the plagiarist
LD Introna
Theory, Culture & Society 28 (6), 113-141, 2011
752011
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