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Tom Harrison
Cardiff University
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    Educating Character Through Stories.David Carr & Tom Harrison - 2015 - Imprint Academic.
    What could be the point of teaching such works of bygone cultural and literary inheritance as Cervantes' _Don Quixote_ and Shakespeare’s _The Merchant of Venic_e in schools today? This book argues that the narratives and stories of such works are of neglected significance and value for contemporary understanding of human moral association and character. However, in addition to offering detailed analysis of the moral educational potential of these and other texts, the present work reports on a pioneering project, recently pursued (...)
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    Virtuous reality: moral theory and research into cyber-bullying.Tom Harrison - 2015 - Ethics and Information Technology 17 (4):275-283.
    This article draws on a study investigating how 11–14 year olds growing up in England understand cyber-bullying as a moral concern. Three prominent moral theories: deontology, utilitarianism and virtue ethics, informed the development of a semi-structured interview schedule which enabled young people, in their own words, to describe their experiences of online and offline bullying. Sixty 11–14 year olds from six schools across England were involved with the research. Themes emerging from the interviews included anonymity; the absence of rules, monitoring (...)
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    Wisdom in the digital age: a conceptual and practical framework for understanding and cultivating cyber-wisdom.Tom Harrison & Gianfranco Polizzi - 2022 - Ethics and Information Technology 24 (1):1-16.
    The internet presents not just opportunities but also risks that range, to name a few, from online abuse and misinformation to the polarisation of public debate. Given the increasingly digital nature of our societies, these risks make it essential for users to learn how to wisely use digital technologies as part of a more holistic approach to promoting human flourishing. However, insofar as they are exacerbated by both the affordances and the political economy of the internet, this article argues that (...)
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    Learning to (Dis)Engage? The Socialising Experiences of Young People Living in Areas of Socio-Economic Disadvantage.Carolynne Mason, Hilary Cremin, Paul Warwick & Tom Harrison - 2011 - British Journal of Educational Studies 59 (4):421-437.
    Young people are increasingly required to demonstrate civic engagement in their communities and help deliver the aspirations of localism and Big Society. Using an ecological systems approach this paper explores the experiences of different groups of young people living in areas of socio-economic disadvantage. Using volunteering as an example of civic engagement it is shown that barriers and motivators for young people stem from within the micro, meso, exo and macrosystems, and that these interact with each other, and with bio-psychological (...)
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    A chicken in every pot, a net link in every classroom.Tom Harrison - 1997 - Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 27 (2):32-34.
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