INSTITUTE FOR INFORMATION AND MEDIA ETHICS

 

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Founded 2005


“Our aim is promoting excellence in the research in the field of information and media ethics.” 2005

February 2014 - Prof. Nakada presented his work at a joint workshop with the Shenyang Aerospace University.


April 2013 - Muneo Kaigo:  Initiated a five year JSPS project on the usage of SNSs to revitalize civil society and help disaster management for municipalities.


October 2012 - An Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Joint- Workshop on Privacy and Publicness in East and West -Life, Culture and Society in The Information Era- will be organized by ReGIS, the Doctoral Program in International Advanced Japanese Studies(Graduate School of Humanities

and Social Sciences) and International Center for Information Ethics

October 4-5, 2012

University of Tsukuba, Laboratory of Advanced Research (Room 107(October 4)Room

111(October 5) ; map=J8)

Tennodai, Tsukuba, 305-8577 Ibaraki, Japan

ReGIS(University of Tsukuba) ( http://www.logos.tsukuba.ac.jp/~nakada/regis/),

ICIE(International Center for Information Ethics)( http://icie.zkm.de),

Doctoral Program in International Advanced Japanese Studies(Graduate School of

Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba)


1st Day (October 4, 2012)


Morning (09:00 ~10:00) Opening Speech

Rafael Capurro (Chief editor of IRIE, Founder of ICIE, Member of the

European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) to the

European Commission, the former professor of Stuttgart Media University, 

Germany):What Is IIE(Intercultural Information Ethics) ?


Opening speech based on Rafael Capurro’s paper : ‘Intercultural Information Ethics’, paper

contributed to the international ICIE Symposium “Localizing the Internet. Ethical Issues in

Intercultural Perspective” that took place in Karlsruhe (Germany) in 2004. The proceedings

of the symposium were published in the International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE).

This paper was published in: Rafael Capurro, Johannes Frühbauer, Thomas Hausmanninger

(Eds.): Localizing the Internet. Ethical Aspects in Intercultural Perspective. ICIE Series Vol. 4,

Munich: Fink 2007, pp. 21-38.

Online: http://www.capurro.de/iie.html


Midmorning(10:00~12:00) Privacy, Roboethics in East (Presentation & Question and Answer

Session)


Yang Suyin(University of Tsukuba, China): A Study on the Publicness in

Cyberspace in China.


Makoto Nakada (University of Tsukuba, Japan): Roboetichs, Privacy and

Publicness in Japan, China and Thailand.


Lunch


Afternoon(13:00 ~16:00)


Media and Communication in Public and Private Spheres in Japan

and in Asia(Presentation & Question and Answer Session)


Takanori Tamura (Sei-Gakuin University, Japan) : Peaceful Protests:

Social Media, Protest, and Democracy in Post-quake JapanFA Case of

Metropolitan Coalition Against Nukes.


Liu Jian (University of Tsukuba, China):Comparative Studies on Use of

Mobile Phone in Public Space in China and Japan.


Li


Ruizhi (University of Tsukuba, China):Rumors in Pubic and Private

Spaces in China and Japan.


Jang Wonyoung(University of Tsukuba, The Republic of Korea):Use of Social

Media in Japanese Communities.


Lin Jingzhi(University of Tsukuba, China): Japanese Aesthetic Sense and

People’s Viewing of Moving Commercial Films.


Workshop Dinner


2nd Day (October 5, 2012)


Morning (09:00 ~12:00)


IIE(Intercultural Information Ethics) in ‘Far East,’ ‘Far West’ and

Other Regions (Presentation & Question and Answer Session)


Rafael Capurro(ICIE, Germany): Some Fundamental Problems in Intercultural

Information Ethics.


Soraj Hongladarom (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand): A Buddhist View on

Privacy.


Sun Chunchen (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China): Chinese Social

Ethical Question in The Information Era.


Lunch


Afternoon(13:00~17:00)

Use of Media in Public Sphere in Japan and in Asia (Presentation

& Question and Answer Session)


Muneo Kaigo(University of Tsukuba, Japan): Information Access and Coverage

of the System for Prediction of Environmental Emergency Dose Information

and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident.


Kenichi Ishii (University of Tsukuba, Japan): The "Strong-tied" SNS and "Weak-tied"

SNS: A Comparison Regarding the Disclosure of Personal Information and

Personal Relationships.

Leslie Tkach=Kawasaki (University of Tsukuba, Canada): New Media in

Post-Quake Japan.


List of participants

(presentation, comments and academic advice) :


Rafael Capurro (Chief editor of IRIE, Founder of ICIE, Member of the European Group on

Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) to the European Commission, the former professor of

Stuttgart Media University, Germany)( http://www.capurro.de/home-eng.html)


Sun Chunchen (Professor of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences孫春晨 中国社会科学院研究員(教

授)、中国倫理学会秘書長(事務局長))(China)


Soraj Hongladarom (Professor at Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University,

Thailand)


Leslie Tkach=Kawasaki (Professor at University of Tsukuba,Canada)


Kenichi Ishii (Professor at University of Tsukuba,Japan)


Muneo Kaigo((Professor at University of Tsukuba,Japan)


Jennyfer Eva(University of Tsukuba, Indonesia)


Reggy Figer (University of Tsukuba, The Philippines)


Kim Yeo Jin(University of Tsukuba, The Republic of Korea)


Tadashi Takenouchi(University of Tokai, Japan)


Takanori Tamura (Sei-Gakuin University, Japan)


Sei Matsueda (University of Kanazawa, Japan)


Yukiko Nakabayashi(University of Tsukuba, Japan)


Makoto Nakada (University of Tsukuba, Japan)( http://www.logos.tsukuba.ac.jp/~nakada/regis/)

(http://www.infomedia-ethics.org/)


Yukinori Okabe((University of Tsukuba, Japan)


Yang Suyin (University of Tsukuba, China)


Matsuri Uchiyama(University of Tsukuba, Japan)


Lü Yao-Huai (The University of Science and Technology of Suzhou, China)


Pak-Hang Wong (University of Twente, Hong Kong(China))


Zhang Ning (Sun Yat-Sen University, China)


Liu Jian (University of Tsukuba, China)


Li Ruizhi (University of Tsukuba, China)


Jang Wonyoung (University of Tsukuba, The Republic of Korea)


Lin Jingzhi(University of Tsukuba, China)