• Political Science
  • Published 2008

Workplace Gossip and Rumor: The Information Ethics Perspective

@inproceedings{DodigCrnkovic2008WorkplaceGA,
  title={Workplace Gossip and Rumor: The Information Ethics Perspective},
  author={Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic},
  year={2008}
}
Information Communication Technology (ICT) contributes effectively to spreading of all sorts of information, including gossip and rumors. The continuous growth of online communications calls thus for analysis of their mechanisms and consequences, as moral responsibility increases with increasing information. Taking the Information Ethics (IE) perspective we discuss gossip and its role in social networks. Interesting attempts have been made to computationally model gossip and reputation. However… CONTINUE READING

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