Patrick Flanagan

Patrick FlanaganPatrick Flanagan is Assistant Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John’s University, New York. His main research interest lies in the intersection of information technology ethics and Catholic moral theology. He co-authored Good Business: Catholic Social Teaching at Work in the Marketplace (Anselm Academic, 2014) which applies the themes of Roman Catholic Social Teaching to the corporate world. He has published in the Journal of Moral Theology, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Religious and Theological Information, and Chicago Studies. In addition to serving as an editor for the Journal of Religion and Business Ethics, he serves as lead editor for a special annual edition of the Journal of Business Ethics in conjunction with the International Vincentian Conference Promoting Business Ethics. An active member of academic organizations, Flanagan has presented at annual meetings of the Catholic Theological Society of America, the Society of Christian Ethics (where he serves as Treasurer), and the aforementioned IVCPBE. Presently, he is working on a book project on virtuous navigation of the Web vis-à-vis the seven deadly sins.

Publications

Digital Divide
Patrick Flanagan. © 2019. 12 pages.
Since 1991, when the world wide web (WWW) was first made available to the public, it has revolutionized the way the global community engages each other economically, politically...
Digital Divide
Patrick Flanagan. © 2018. 10 pages.
Since 1991 when the World Wide Web (WWW) was first made available to the public, it has revolutionized the ways the global community engages each other economically, politically...