Putting People On The Map: Protecting Confidentiality With Linked Social-Spatial Data - Gutmann, Myron - editor, Stern, Paul - editor (2007)
ISBN 9780309104142
Subject Confidential communications - Social surveys; Privacy, Right of; Public records - Access control; Social sciences - Research; Spatial analysis (Statistics)
Publisher National Academies Press
Publication Date 2/22/2007
Format Paperback (226 x 150 mm)
Language English
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Precise, accurate spatial information linked to social and behavioral data is revolutionizing social science by opening new questions for investigation and improving understanding of human behavior in its environmental context. At the same time, precise spatial data make it more likely that individuals can be identified, breaching the promise of confidentiality made when the data were collected. Because norms of science and government agencies favor open access to all scientific data, the tension between the benefits of open access and the risks associated with potential breach of confidentiality pose significant challenges to researchers, research sponsors, scientific institutions, and data archivists. Putting People on the Map finds that several technical approaches for making data available while limiting risk have potential, but none is adequate on its own or in combination. This book offers recommendations for education, training, research, and practice to researchers, professional societies, federal agencies, institutional review boards, and data stewards.
Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 85
Owner Don Janelle
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Links Amazon
Library of Congress
Product Details
LoC Classification H62 .P953 2007
Dewey 577
Cover Price $39.00
No. of Pages 176