Articles and Books

Aucamp, I.C., Woodborne, S., Perold, J.J., Bron, A., and Aucamp, S.M. (2011). Looking beyond impact assessment to social sustainability. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 38-58.

Bamberger, K.A., and Mulligan, D.K. (2008). Privacy decision making in administrative agencies. University of Chicago Law Review 75/1: 75-107.

Bechmann, G. (1993). Technology Assessment: Democratic function of technology-assessment in technology policy decision-making. Science and Public Policy 20/1: 11-16.

Beck, U. (1992). Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity. New Delhi: Sage.

Becker, H., and Vanclay, F. (eds) (2003). The International Handbook of Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Advances. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Becker, H.A. (2001). Social impact assessment. European Journal of Operational Research 128: 311-321.

Becker, Henk A., and Frank Vanclay, The International Handbook of Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Advances, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2003.

Bennett, C.J. (2007). Appendix D: Jurisdictional Report for United States of America. Privacy Impact Assessments: International Study of their Application and Effects. Wilmslow, UK: Information commissioner’s Office.

Biegelbauer, P., and Loeber, A. (2010). The Challenge of Citizen Participation to Democracy. Sociological Series 94, Institute of Advanced Studies, Vienna. Available: http://www.academia.edu/1871712/Coedited_with_Anne_Loeber_The_Challenge_of_Citizen_Participation_to_Democracy.

Bishop, P., and Davis, G. (2002). Mapping public participation in policy choices. Australian Journal of Public Administration 61/1: 14-29.

Bishop, Patrick, and Glyn Davis, “Mapping public participation in policy choices”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol.61, No.1, 2002, pp. 14-29.

Braun-Thürmann, Holger, Innovation, Transcript, Bielefield, 2005.

Bruner, J., The Process of Education. The President and Fellows of Harvard College, Cambridge, MA, 1960.

Burde, R., and Vanclay, F. (1995). Social impact assessment. In: Vanclay, F., and Bronstein, D. (eds). Environmental and Social Impact Assessment. Chister: Wiley. 31-65.

Buzan, Barry, and Lene Hansen, The Evolution of International Security Studies, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK, 2009.

Buzan, Barry, Ole Weaver and Jaap de Wilde, Security: A New Framework for Analysis, Lynne Rienner, London, 1998.

Chilton, P., Security Metaphors: Cold War Discourse from Containment to Common House, Peter Lang, New York, 1996.

Chilvers, J. (2013). Reflexive engagement? Actors, learning, and reflexivity in public dialogue on science and technology. Science Communication 35/3: 283-310.

Clarke, R. (2009). Privacy impact assessment: Its origins and development. Computer Law & Security Review 25/2: 123-135.

Clarke, R. (2011). An evaluation of privacy impact assessment guidance documents. International Data Privacy Law 1/2: 111-120.

Collins, H., and Evans, R. (2007). Rethinking Expertise. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Collins, H.M., and Evans, R. (2002). The Third Wave of Science Studies: Studies of Expertise and Experience. Social Studies of Science 32/2: 235-296.

Cooke, B., and Kothari, U. (2001) (eds.). Participation: The New Tyranny? New York: Zed Books.

De Hert, P. (2012). A Human Rights Perspective on Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessments. In: Wright D., De Hert P. (eds). Privacy Impact Assessment. Dordrecht: Springer.

Dempsey, J.X. (2004). Statement before the [U.S.] House Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on commercial and Administrative Law. Privacy in the Hands of the Government: The Privacy Officer for the Department of Homeland Security (10 February).

Duncombe, R. (2011). Researching impact of mobile phones for development: concepts, methods and lessons for practice. Information Technology and Development 17/4: 268-288.

Esteves, A.M., Franks, D., and Vanclay, F. (2012). Social impact assessment: the state of the art. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 30/1: 34-42.

European Commission (2009). Recommendation on the implementation of privacy and data protection principles in applications supported by radio-frequency identification. C (2009) 3200 final, Brussels, 12 May. Available at: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:32009H0387:EN:HTML (accessed 29 July 2013).

European Commission (2011).  Privacy and Data Protection Impact Assessment Framework for RFID Applications. Available at: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/enet/documents/rfid-pia-framework-final.pdf (accessed 29 July 2013).

European Commission, “Key procedural steps for the Commission/smart-regulation/impact”, 20 December 2013. http://ec.europa.eu/smart-regulation/impact/ia_key/ia_key_en.htm

European Commission, “Secure Societies – protecting freedom and security of Europe and its citizens”. http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/h2020-section/secure-societies-%E2%80%93-protecting-freedom-and-security-europe-and-its-citizens

European Commission, “Smart Regulation”, 13 January 2014. http://ec.europa.eu/smart-regulation/index_en.htm

European Parliament, Council and Commission, Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, 2010/C 83/02, OJ, Brussels, 30.3.2010. http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2010:083:0389:0403:en:PDF

European Security Research Advisory Board, Meeting the challenge: The European Security Research Agenda, 2006. http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/security/files/esrab_report_en.pdf

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Felt, U. and Wynne, B. (2007). Taking European knowledge society seriously. Brussels: European Commission.

Franks, D., Fidler C., Brereton, D., Vanclay, F., and Clark, P. (2009). Leading Practice Strategies for Addressing the Social Impacts of Resource Developments. Briefing paper for the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, Queensland Government, St Lucia: Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland.

Freudenburg, W.R. (1986). Social Impact Assessment. Annual Review of Sociology 12: 451-478.

Garud, R. and Ahlstrom, D. (1997). Technology assessment: a socio-cognitive perspective. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management 14: 25-48.

Gaskell, G., and Gottweis, H. (2011). Biobanks need publicity. Nature 471/7337: 159-160.

Genus, A. (2006). Rethinking constructive technology assessment as democratic, reflective, discourse. Technology Forecasting and Social Change 73: 13-26.

Genus, Audley, “Rethinking constructive technology assessment as democratic, reflective discourse”, Technology Forecasting and Social Change, No. 73, No. 1, 2006, pp. 13-26. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00401625/73/1

Green, K., Hull, R., Mcmeekin, A., and Walsh, V. (1999). The construction of the techno-economic: networks vs. paradigms. Research Policy 28/7: 777-792.

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Guillemin, Marilys, and Lynn Gillam, “Ethics, Reflexivity and “ethically Important” moments in research”, Qualitative Inquiry, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2004,  pp. 261-280.

Harvey, B. (2011). Foreword: SIA from a resource developer’s perspective. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. xxvii-xxxiii.

Heeks, R.B. & Molla, A. (2009). Impact assessment of ICT-for-development projects: A compendium of approaches (Development Informatics Working paper No.36). University of Manchester. Available at: http://www.sed.manchester.ac.uk/idpm/research/publications/wp/di/documents/di_wp36.pdf [accessed 10 October 2013].

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Howitt, R. (2011). Theoretical foundations. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 78-95. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 117-137.

Ilten, C., Guagnin, D., Hempel, L. (2011). How can privacy accountability become part of business process? Privacy Laws and Business International 112: 28-30.

Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) (n.d.) Privacy impact assessment. http://www.ico.org.uk/for_organisations/data_protection/topic_guides/privacy_impact_assessment.

Irwin, A. (1995). Citizen Science: A study of people, expertise and sustainable development. London: Routledge.

Kemp, D. (2011). Understanding the organizational context. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 20-37.

Kemp, Deanna, “Understanding the Organizational Context”, in Frank Vanclay and Ana Maria Esteves, (eds.), New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Advances, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2011, p. 30.

Kinkade, S., & Verclas, K. (2008). Wireless technology for social change: Trends in mobile use by NGOs, Vodafone Group Foundation, Access to Communication Public Series. Available at: http://www.dochas.ie/Shared/Files/4/Trends_in_mobile_use_by_NGOs[2].pdf [accessed 10 October 2013].

Lahiri-Dutt, K., and Ahmad, N. (20011). Considering Gender in Social Impact Assessments. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 117-137.

Lippmann, W. (2011 [1927]. The phantom public. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.

Lynch, M. (2008). Know-How. Book review of Rethinking Expertise (Harry Collins and Robert Evans). American Scientist 96: 337-338.

Lyon, D. (2003). Surveillance as social sorting: Privacy, risk and digital discrimination. London: Routledge.

Marx, G.T. (1998). An ethics for the New Surveillance. The Information Society 14/3: 171-185.

Mason, Jennifer, Qualitative Researching, Sage, London, 1996.

McCarthy, Sabhbh, Report of the Societal Impact Expert Working Group: EC DG ENTR Report, February 2012.

McPherson, E. C. (1995). Ethical implications of the human genome diversity project. NursingConnections 8/1: 36-43.

Müth, M. (2003). Verkehrspolitik in Metropolen Südostasiens (The politics of traffic in South East Asian Metropolis areas). Hamburg: Abera (in German).

Müth, Matthias, Verkherspolitik in Metropolen Südostasiens (the politics of traffic in South East Asian Metropolis areas), Abera, Hamburg, 2003.

Neocleous, Mark, “Security, Liberty and the Myth of Balance: Towards a critique of security politics”, Contemporary Political Theory, Vol.6, Issue 2, May 2007, pp. 131-149. http://www.palgrave-journals.com/cpt/journal/v6/n2/index.html

Nicholls, J., Lawlor, E., Neitzert, E., and Goodspeed, T. (2009). A Guide to Social Return on Investment. London: Office of the Third Sector. Cabinet Office.

Nish, S., and Bice, S. (2011). Community-based agreement making with land-connected peoples. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 59-77.

Nissenbaum, Helen , Privacy in Context: Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life, Stanford Law Books, Stanford, 2009.

Norman Lee and Colin Kirkpatrick, “Evidence-based policy making in Europe: an evaluation of European Commission integrated impact assessments”, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Vol. 24, No. 1, 2006, pp. 23-33.

O’Faircheallaigh, C. (2010). Public participation and environmental impact assessment: Purposes, implications, and lessons for public policy making. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30: 19-27.

O’Faircheallaigh, Ciaran, “Public participation and environmental impact assessment: Purposes, implications and lessons for public policy making”, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol. 30, Issue 1, January 2010, pp. 19-27.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Stakeholder Involvement Techniques, Paris, 2004. http://www.oecd-nea.org/rwm/reports/2004/nea5418-stakeholder.pdf

Peterman, W. (2004). Advocacy vs. collaboration: compairing inclusionary community planning models. Community Development Journal 39/3: 266-276.

Peterman, William, “Advocacy vs. collaboration: comparing inclusionary community planning models”, Community Development Journal, Vol. 39, No. 3, 2004, pp. 266-276.

Prainsack, B. Understanding participation: The ‘citizen science’ of genetics. In: Prainsack, B., Schicktanz, S., and Werner-Felmayer, G. (eds). Genetics as Social Practice. Farnham: Ashgate (in press).

Rappert, B. (2012). How to look Good in a war. Justifying and Challenging State Violence. London: PlutoPress.

Reardon, J. (2004). Race to the finish: Identity and Governance in an age of Genomics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Rip, A. (2001a). Assessing the impact of innovation: new developments in technology assessment. OECD Proceedings: Social Sciences and Innovation. Paris: OECD. 197-213.

Rip, A. (2001b). Contributions from Social Studies of Science and Constructive Technology Assessment. In: Stirling, A. (ed). On Science and Precaution in the Management of Technological Risk. Vol II: Case Studies. Sevilla: Institute for Prospective Technology Studies, EC JRC. 94-122.

Rip, A. van Lente, H. (2013). Bridging the gap between innovation and ELSA: The TA program in the Dutch Nano-R&D Program Nano Ned. Nanoethics 7: 7-16.

Rip, A., and Schot, J.W. (2002). Idenifying loci for influencing the dynamics of technological development. In: Sørensen, K.H., and Williams, R. (eds). Shaping technology, guiding policy: Concepts, spcaces and tools. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 155-172.

Rip, A., Misa, T.J., Schot, J. (eds). (1995). Managing technology in society: The Approach of Constructive Technology Assessment. London: Pinter.

Rip, Arie, and Harro van Lente,“Bridging the gap between innovation and ELSA: The TA program in the Dutch Nano-R&D Program Nano Ned”, Nanoethics, Vol. 7, Issue 1, April 2013, pp. 7-16. http://link.springer.com/journal/11569/7/1/page/1

Rip, Arie, and Johan Schot, “Identifying Loci for the influencing the dynamics of technology development”, in Knut H. Sorensen and Robin Williams (eds.), Shaping Technology, Guiding Policy: Concepts, Spaces and Tools, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2002, pp. 155-172.  

Rip, Arie, and Johan Schot, “The Past and Future of Constructive Technology Assessment”, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 54, Nos. 2-3, 1997, pp. 251-268.

Rotenberg, M. (2006). The Sui Generis Privacy Agency: How the United States Institionalized Privacy Oversight After 9/11. (September 28, 2006). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=933690 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.933690.

Rowe, G., and Frewer, L.J. (2000). Public participation methods: A framework for evaluation. Science, Technology and Human Values 25/1: 3-29.

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Schot, J. (2001). Towards new forms of participatory technology development. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 13/1: 39-52.

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Schot, Johan, and Frank W. Geels, “Strategic niche management and sustainable innovation journeys: Theory, findings, research agenda and policy”, Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, Vol. 20, No. 5, 2008. pp. 537-554.

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Stoddart, Jennifer, “Auditing Privacy Impact Assessments: The Canadian Experience”, in David Wright and Paul De Hert (eds.), Privacy Impact Assessment, Springer, Dordrecht, 2013.

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Vanclay, F. (2003). International principles for social impact assessment. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 21/5: 5-11.

Vanclay, F. (2006). Principles for social impact assessment: a critical comparison between the international and US documents. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 26/1: 3-14.

Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (2011). Current issues and trends in social impact assessment. In: Vanclay, F., and Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Assumptions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 3-19.

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Vanclay, Frank, “Social Impact Assessment: International Principles”, IAIA, Special publication series No.2, May 2003. http://www.iaia.org/publicdocuments/special-publications/sp2.pdf

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Wright, D., and Wadhwa, K. (2012). A step-by-step guide to privacy impact assessment. Empirical research on contextual factors affecting the introduction of PIA frameworks in EU Member States, Poland (April). Available at: http://www.piafproject.eu/ref/A_step-by-step_guide.pdf (last accessed 6 September 2013).

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Wright, D., Gellert, R., Bellanova, R., Gutwirth, S., Langheinrich, M., Friedewald, M., Hallinan, D., Venier, S., and Mordini, E. (2013). Privacy Impact Assessment and Smart Surveillance: A State of the Art Report. SAPIENT Deliverable 3.1, 17 May 2013.

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Wright, David, Raphael Gellert, Rocco Bellanova, Serge Gutwirth, Marc Langhenrich, Michael Freidewald, Dara Hallinan, Silvia Venier and Emilio Mordini,”Privacy Impact Assessment and Smart Surveillance: A State of the Art Report, Deliverable 3.1, SAPIENT Project, May 2013.

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