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Jeremy Mauger

Jeremy Mauger

PhD Candidate

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Jeremy Mauger

Ph.D. Candidate

Education

MLIS, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2010 – Degree Concentration in Information Policy

B.S., Gustavus Adolphus College, 1999 – Double Major in Sociology/Anthropology and Criminal Justice with a Minor in English

Research Interests 

Internet Filtering and Censorship as National Policy
Policy Analysis, Policy Adoption, and Policy Implementation
Disclosive Ethics

Professional Societies/Memberships

Association of Internet Researchers

Instructional Experience

Teaching Assistant, Digital Libraries, Fall 2012
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Information Science, Spring 2012
Guest Lecture, Digital Libraries, Spring 2010

Scholarly Activities

Research Assistant, Center for Information Policy Research, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2009-present

Visiting Scholar, Department of Information and Media Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark, Summer 2011

Project Assistant, Internet Research Ethics Digital Library, Resource Center and Commons, Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan (PI), funded by the National Science Foundation, 2009-2011

Mauger, J. (2012). Internet Filtering in Denmark: The Case of Pirate Bay – presentation at the 13th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Manchester, United Kingdom, October, 2012

Mauger, J. (2012). CIPA: Internet Filtering as Collection Management - presentation at the SLIS/SOIS Research Forum, Madison, WI, April, 2012

Mauger, J. (2011). Internet Research Ethics: Core Challenges, New Directions – presentation at the conference of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy, Aarhus, Denmark, July, 2011.

Mauger, J. (2010). Internet Research Ethics Digital Library, Resource Center and Commons – presentation at the 11th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, Göteborg, Sweden, October, 2010.

Dissertation Topic

Internet Filtering as National Policy both in the U.S. and abroad