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“We Do Not Exist”

Illness, Invisibility, and Empowerment of Communities Struck by the Fracking Boom

Kristen M. Schorpp

of legal and privacy issues that influenced design choices. A substantial portion of the book is a “how-to” for developing and implementing online tools for communities faced with environmental hazards, while simultaneously acknowledging the

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Humans “in the Loop”?

Human-Centrism, Posthumanism, and AI

Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

public/private spaces, to unequitable and abusive use of data, and privacy and trust erosion ( Borenstein and Howard 2020 , Brandon 2020 , World Economic Forum 2019 ). Contestations continue over ethical standards that assure the widest socio

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Meshworks and the Making of Climate Places in the European Alps

A Framework for Ethnographic Research on the Perceptions of Climate Change

Sophie Elixhauser, Stefan Böschen, and Katrin Vogel

University of Applied Sciences Munich, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, and the University of Augsburg. 6 For privacy reasons, the names of the research communities will not be named. 7 On multisited ethnography, see Marcus (1995) , Falzon (2009) , and

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Christian Hunold

pair of red-tailed hawks presumably raises few privacy concerns for the participants, their usernames were replaced with “hawk watcher A” and so on in order to shield their identities to some degree. E-mail interviews with three hawk watchers and with

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“Rights of Things”

A Posthumanist Approach to Law?

Doris Schweitzer

emphasis should be given to human safety, privacy, integrity, dignity and autonomy” ( European Parliament 2017: Explanatory statement [27] ). Ultimately, as in the case of the Whanganui River, the proposal is based on the diagnosis that the traditional

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What Determines Individual Demand for Ecosystem Services?

Insights from a Social Science Study of Three German Regions

Sophie Peter

responses to the question on the perception of biodiversity loss by aggregated* interest group (N = 63). *Due to loss of data privacy, interest groups with a low response rate were aggregated. A more detailed look at perceptions of biodiversity loss

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Kyle Whyte

. They also involve low levels of diplomacy within society given their disrespect for privacy and consensual intimacy. Redundancy is also lowered if only men are responsible for knowing certain environments, which lessens the knowledge base and