Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda
Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda
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Controllable accountabilities: the Internet of Things and its challenges for organisations
D Boos, H Guenter, G Grote, K Kinder
Behaviour & Information Technology 32 (5), 449-467, 2013
842013
Sensor networks or smart artifacts? An exploration of organizational issues of an industrial health and safety monitoring system
G Kortuem, D Alford, L Ball, J Busby, N Davies, C Efstratiou, J Finney, ...
International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, 465-482, 2007
562007
Internet research ethics for the social age: New challenges, cases, and contexts
M Zimmer, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2017
422017
Can security become a routine?: a study of organizational change in an agile software development group
A Poller, L Kocksch, S Türpe, FA Epp, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2017
342017
Uncovering the Challenges in Collection, Sharing and Documentation: The Hidden Data of Social Media Research?
K Weller, KE Kinder-Kurlanda
Ninth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, 2015
342015
A manifesto for data sharing in social media research
K Weller, KE Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Web Science, 166-172, 2016
292016
Social media monitoring of the campaigns for the 2013 german bundestag elections on facebook and twitter
L Kaczmirek, P Mayr, R Vatrapu, A Bleier, M Blumenberg, T Gummer, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1312.4476, 2013
232013
Archiving information from geotagged tweets to promote reproducibility and comparability in social media research
K Kinder-Kurlanda, K Weller, W Zenk-Möltgen, J Pfeffer, F Morstatter
Big Data & Society 4 (2), 2053951717736336, 2017
182017
"I always feel it must be great to be a hacker!" The role of interdisciplinary work in social media research
K Kinder-Kurlanda, K Weller
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science, 91-98, 2014
172014
Ubiquitous technologies, cultural logics and paternalism in industrial workplaces
KE Kinder, LJ Ball, JS Busby
Poiesis & Praxis 5 (3-4), 265-290, 2008
172008
Conceptualizing a Spatial Data Infrastructure for the Social Sciences: An Example from Germany
S Schweers, K Kinder-kurlanda, S Müller, P Siegers
Journal of Map & Geography Libraries 12 (1), 100-126, 2016
162016
“I love thinking about ethics!" Perspectives on ethics in social media research
K Weller, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Selected Papers of Internet Research 4, 2014
10*2014
Hinweise zum Datenschutz: Rechtlicher Rahmen und Maßnahmen zur datenschutzgerechten Archivierung sozialwissenschaftlicher Forschungsdaten
K Kinder-Kurlanda, O Watteler
DEU 2015, 23, 2015
92015
Bias in data‐driven artificial intelligence systems—An introductory survey
E Ntoutsi, P Fafalios, U Gadiraju, V Iosifidis, W Nejdl, ME Vidal, S Ruggieri, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 10 (3 …, 2020
72020
To share or not to share?: Ethical challenges in sharing social media-based research data
K Weller, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Internet research ethics for the social age: New challenges, cases, and …, 2017
72017
Anonymisierung und sicherer Umgang mit Forschungsdaten in der empirischen Sozialforschung
O Watteler, KE Kinder-Kurlanda
Datenschutz und Datensicherheit-DuD 39 (8), 515-519, 2015
72015
First-time Security Audits as a Turning Point?: Challenges for Security Practices in an Industry Software Development Team
A Poller, L Kocksch, K Kinder-Kurlanda, FA Epp
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors …, 2016
62016
Hinweise zum Datenschutz
K Kinder-Kurlanda, O Watteler
Rechtlicher Rahmen und Maßnahmen zur datenschutzgerechten Archivierung …, 2015
62015
An Asset to Security Modeling?: Analyzing Stakeholder Collaborations Instead of Threats to Assets
A Poller, S Türpe, K Kinder-Kurlanda
Proceedings of the 2014 New Security Paradigms Workshop, 69-82, 2014
62014
Internet research ethics for the social age
K KINDER-KURLANDA, M ZIMMER
Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age, 299, 2017
32017
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