Ethics

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De Ethica

De Ethica seeks to publish scholarly works in philosophical, theological and applied ethics. It is a fully peer-reviewed, open-access publication hosted by Linköping University Electronic Press. We are committed to making papers of high academic quality accessible to a wide audience.

Ethos Journal

Ethos Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that serves as a venue for scholars, artists, and other intellectuals to practice the discipline of cultural studies for a wider audience and to sustain an ongoing conversation about the social institutions and inequities that characterize our contemporary moment. We are looking for essays that make interventions in public life through scholarly reflection on any discipline in the humanities, although we also seek interdisciplinary work concerned with culture and ethical thought.

COPE Digest: Publication Ethics in Practice

The aim of COPE Digest: Publication Ethics in Practice is to provide a timely resource on publication ethics, in a format that makes it easy to browse and reflect what COPE does best—provide practical support to members. The newsletter will therefore be coming out monthly and we intend it to reflect the dynamic nature of information on the web nowadays with links to content from within and external to COPE.

Contact: http://publicationethics.org/contact-us

Journal of Responsible Innovation

The Journal of Responsible Innovation ( JRI ) provides a forum for discussions of the normative assessment and governance of knowledge-based innovation. JRI offers humanists, social scientists, policy analysts and legal scholars, and natural scientists and engineers an opportunity to articulate, strengthen, and critique the relations among approaches to responsible innovation, thus giving further shape to a newly emerging community of research and practice. These approaches include ethics, technology assessment, governance, sustainability, socio-technical integration, and others.

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