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Framing the Issue The rapid technological transformation of day‐to‐day life has necessitated a rethinking of literacy pedagogy.
What it means to be literate in the 21st century is being reshaped to include not only traditional literacies, that is, reading and writing in print‐based environments, but also the knowledge, skills, and strategies needed for comprehending and communicating via new technologies. Accordingly, the term multiliteracies was coined by a team of literacy researchers in the New London Group (1996), referring to the literacies required of students amid the ever‐changing landscape of emerging technologies.
In addition to emphasizing a broader concept of literacy, multiliteracy addresses the importance of cultural and linguistic diversity and multimodal representations. The notion of multiliteracies can open up new possibilities for second language teaching, especially in the area of writing. Making the Case. Ethics as Methods: Doing Ethics in the Era of Big Data Research—Introduction - Annette N Markham, Katrin Tiidenberg, Andrew Herman, 2018.
In recent years, we have witnessed several situations that raise new and old questions about ethics.
Just as we wrap up this Special Issue, in fact, our news feeds unveil details of the latest case, where Cambridge Analytica, a large data mining and analysis firm, was able to access personal details of 50 million Facebook users without their direct permission or knowledge. This case is just the latest in a long list that illuminate the complications of ethics in social media practices (i.e., wide scale public shaming), data management (i.e., deliberate or accidental releases of private information), data slippage (i.e., moving from one context to another), technology design (i.e., search engine bias), and multiple other areas relevant for (social) life today.
Journal Description: Social Media + Society: SAGE Journals. Indexed in: Google Scholar, DOAJ, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), ScopusSJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 1.170Launched in 2015A broad selection of published Special Collections Social Media + Society (SM+S) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that focuses on advancing the understanding of social media and its impact on societies past, present and future.
Please see the Aims and Scope tab for further information. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Open access article processing charge (APC) information The APC for this journal is currently 250 USD. As of 1st January 2020, the APC will increase to 400 USD. The article processing charge (APC) is payable when a manuscript is accepted after peer review, before it is published. v14 no1 a2.