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Self-Governance in the Academy
Program Session #: 1943 | Submission: 17618 | Sponsor(s): (CAU)
Scheduled: Tuesday, Aug 11 2015 1:15PM – 2:45PM at Vancouver Convention Centre in Room 218
In a rapidly-changing, digitally-connected world do Academy of Management members face new ethics issues as academics, professionals, students? To what extent does the Academy of Management Code of Ethics provide guidance for ethical actions?
This lively Caucus session will involve small group discussions about:
- Global membership: Nearly half of the 18K plus AOM members are from countries outside North America.
- Scholar-Practitioners in Management and Consulting Professions: AOM is attracting more professionals who are not full-time academics.
- Communication and Data in the Digital Age: Privacy issues in academic and professional life are increasing, given access to online data and access to social media.
- Scholar as Role Model: Whether teaching online or in the classroom, or supervising research, academics face ethical dilemmas.
- Publication Process:Ethical dilemmas abound from the perspectives of editors, peer reviewers and writers.
The AOM Ethics Education Committee will collect and review small group discussion notes to determine needs for new directions and recommendations to the Academy.
The Caucus is convened by the AOM Ethics Education Committee and the Social Issues in Management Division. Laura Spence and Jill Brown join me as co-organizers.
See you there!
In May I will be offering both full-day training sessions (fee) and half-day seminars (free or discounted for SRA Members) with the Social Research Association in the UK and registration information is now online!
The sessions will be interactive, experiential and substantive. They are appropriate for qualitative researchers and those who teach and supervise research.
May 6: Full-day training in Edinburgh: Digital Methods for Qualitative Research. This session is now full!
May 7: Half-day seminar in Edinburgh: Getting to YES in the Digital Age: Informing Participants and Verifying Their Consent.
May 8: Presenting at the Creative Research Methods conference in London: Seeing the Question, Showing the Answer: Visual Online Interviews.
May 11: Half-day seminar in London: Getting to YES in the Digital Age: Informing Participants and Verifying Their Consent. will be joined by Matt Williams, founder of COSMOS, the Collaborative Online Social Media Observatory, and the session is chaired by Kandy Woodfield, NatCen Social Research and New Social Research, New Social Science.
May 12: Full-day training in London: Digital Methods for Qualitative Research.
The Qualitative E-Research Framework and Typology of Online Visual Methods provide holistic, systems-thinking approaches to considering choices in the context of research design for studies that make use of highly-interactive, visual and mobile communication technologies (Salmons, 2015, 2012).
The New Social Media, New Social Science (NSMNSS) network is a partnership of the NatCen, Sage UK and the Oxford Internet Institute. NSMNSS has convened numerous on-site and online events about the use of social media in research. Attendees at the on-site events are mostly UK-based, but the online events have attracted global participation. Ethical issues have been a persistent theme throughout the discussions. We offered a questionnaire last spring to learn more specifically about ethical concerns as well as the sources they consult when making decisions in their own research.
I analyzed all of the records from events and the questionnaire responses to determine what specific issues e-researchers identify, and to what extent these issues are addressed the codes and guidelines they named. You can find links to the full report and an overview presentation on the NSMNSS blog You can join us for a conversation on the issues in a Tweetchat at #NSMNSS on March 11, 19:00 or 7 pm in London, 3 PM in New York. (See www.timeanddate.com for your time zone.)