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Scholarly Works

Evan Selinger
Associate Professor

2012 Submissions

Journal Paper

Selinger, Evan. "Poverty Tourism, Justice, Policy: Can Ethical Ideals form the Basis of New Policy Regulations?" Public Integrity 14. 1 (2012): 39-50. Print. *

Selinger, Evan, et al. "Nudge, Nudge, Nudge, or Shove, Shove - The Right Way for Nudges to Increase the Supply of Donated Cadaver Organs." The American Journal of Bioethics 12. 2 (2012): 32-39. Print. *

Selinger, Evan, Tom Seager, and Arnim Wiek. "Sustainable Engineering Science for Resolving Wicked Problems." Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 24. 4 (2012): 467-484. Print. *

Selinger, Evan and Shaun Foster. "How'd My Avatar Get Into That Sneaker Ad?" Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "E i cacciatori di dati personali costruiscono spot mirati." Lettura. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Why It's OK to Let Apps Make You a Better Person." The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan, Tom Seager, and Jathan Sadowski. "When the Morality Pill Becomes a Thoughtless Experiment." Insitute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Peace Prize for Homeless Hotspots." 3 Quarks Daily. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan, Tom Seager, and Jathan Sadowski. "New Moral Problems and New Approaches: Millennials Compared to Baby Boomers and Generation X." The Sustainability Review. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Was Hitler a Bully? Teaching the Holocaust to Kids." Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan, Tom Seager, and Jathan Sadowski. "Are Millennials Less Green Than Their Parents?" 3 Quarks Daily. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "What Happens When We Turn the World's Most Famous Robot Test on Ourselves?" The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "L'anima delle cose." La Lettura. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan and Tom Seager. "Digital Jiminy Crickets." Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Ultrasound Technology Can Impede Informed Consent." 3 Quarks Daily. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "The Philosophy of the Technology of the Gun." The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan, Tom Seager, and Jathan Sadowski. "Climate Change and Inter-Group Cooperation." This View of Life. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Nietzsche's Transformative Typewriter." Cyberology. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Nudge, Nudge: Can Software Prod Us Into Being More Civil?" The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Why Do We Love To Call New Technologies 'Creepy'?" Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Future of Privacy Forum Director: Browser Settings Should Be as Easy To Navigate as a Car." Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "'But Everybody's Doing It!' Lance Armstrong and the Philosophy of Making Bad Decisions." The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Lab Rats in the Social Experiment of Personalized Advertising." The Huffington Post. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Impatience as Digital Virtue." The Huffington Post. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Saintly Simulation." 3 Quarks Daily. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan and Evelyn Kim. "Can a Robot Learn to Cook?" The Atlantic. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan and John Mix. "How To Make a Spy Exhibit Boring." Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "Why We Need New Rights to Privacy." Slate. (2012): Online. Web. *

Selinger, Evan. "The Online Funeral." The Wall Street Journal. (2012): Online. Web. *

Book Chapter

Selinger, Evan, et al. "Using Sustainability Games to Elicit Moral Hypotheses From Scientists and Engineers." Rethinking Climate Change Research: Clean Technology, Culture and Communication. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012. Print. *

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Selinger, Evan, Kyle Whyte, and Kevin Outterson. "Poverty Tourism and the Problem of Consent." Journal of Global Ethics 7. 3 (2011): 337-348. Print. *

Selinger, Evan and Tom Seager. "Why Occupy Wall Street Is So Hard to Understand." The Atlantic. (2011): Online. Web. *