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Society 3/2021

Issue 3/2021


Table of Contents (16 Articles)

19-07-2021 | Original Article

Why We Have Forgotten About Refugee Adaptation and Why Studying It in the Global South is Critical
Çetin Çelik

14-06-2021 | Commentary

Welcome to the Digital Era—the Impact of AI on Business and Society
Petr Polak

Open Access 14-06-2021 | Original Article

Towards an Equitable Digital Society: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR)
Karen Elliott, Rob Price, Patricia Shaw, Tasos Spiliotopoulos, Magdalene Ng, Kovila Coopamootoo, Aad van Moorsel

08-06-2021 | Original Article

Financial Technology with AI-Enabled and Ethical Challenges
Muhammad Anshari, Mohammad Nabil Almunawar, Masairol Masri, Milan Hrdy

26-05-2021 | Featured Forum: Welcome to the Digital Era: The Impact of AI on Business and Society

Ethical Aspects of the Impact of AI: the Status of Humans in the Era of Artificial Intelligence
Roman Rakowski, Petr Polak, Petra Kowalikova

28-05-2021 | Social Science and Public Policy

The Right to Teach in a Hyper-Digital Age: Legal Protections for (Post-)Pandemic Concerns
Mathieu Deflem

28-05-2021 | Culture and Society

University as Secret Society: Becoming Faculty Through Discretion
Jennifer Lee O’Donnell, Stephen T. Sadlier

21-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Robert Talisse: Overdoing Democracy: Why We Must Put Democracy in Its Place
Oxford University Press, 2019, ISBN 978-0190924195, 216 pp.
Jason Brennan

21-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay: Cynical Theories: How Universities Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity - And Why this Harms Everybody
Swift Press, 2020, pp. 352., ISBN: 978-1800750043
Gerard Casey

24-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

John Rodden: Becoming George Orwell: Life and Letters, Legend and Legacy
Princeton University Press, 2020, 360 pp. ISBN: 978-0691182742
Stefan Collini

23-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Edmund Fawcett: Conservatism: The Fight for a Tradition
Princeton University Press, 525 pp., ISBN 9780691174105
Daniel Gordon

06-07-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

David Stasavage, The Decline and Rise of Democracy: a Global History From Antiquity to Today
Princeton University Press: Princeton and Oxford, 2020), 424 pp., ISBN: 978-0691228976
John Keane

12-07-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

David Spiegelhalter: The Art of Statistics: Learning from Data
(Pelican, 2020), pp. 426, ISBN: 978-0241258767
Michael Laver

20-07-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

John Keane: The New Despotism
Harvard University Press, 2020, 305 pp., ISBN: 978-0674660069
Marie McGinn

24-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Philip Stephens: Britain Alone. The Path from Suez to Brexit
Faber and Faber, 480 pp., ISBN: 978-0571341771
Pat Thane

21-06-2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Jonathan Marks: Let’s Be Reasonable: a Conservative Case for Liberal Education
Princeton University Press, 2021, 248 pp., ISBN: 978-0691193854
Jeffrey R. Collins