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Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology Policy: Trends, Issues and Advancements
These are the work activities of Information Scientist.
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Duties and Ethics of Information Scientists
Dorcas Ejemeh Igberaese (Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria) and Gabriel Aine Obinyan (Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61520-847-0.ch008
This chapter discusses the duties of information scientists, their roles in various settings and the professional ethics that guide the conduct of the professionals. The need for Information scientists to know and understand their core duties and professional ethics was also emphasized. The significance of information ethics to 21st century information scientists was x-rayed along with how information ethics can be applied to the ethical dilemmas faced by information scientists. It contains recommendation on courses on information ethics that should be included in the curriculum of Information Science in order to make provisions for clear understanding of how to apply ethical theories to resolve practical cases. Such endeavors will make unambiguous the connections between information ethics and the mission of the information scientist.
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Ethics of New Technologies
The correlative of rights, since rights by their nature impose duties.
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