Subject: Social Aspects of Information Systems (14 - IZOO11)


Basic Information

CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:Information-Communication Systems
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS2
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Course specification

Course is active from 09.04.2014..

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the legal, ethical, business, professional and other social aspects of information systems as well as the core aspects of information system engineer profession.
Students will understand: the impact of social and legal aspects of the information system (IS);Impact on the development and application of information technologies in shaping social relations, their impact on society and the role of individuals as part of the community, the manner in which ethics is connected with the behavior of individuals and organizations in the context of information systems. Students will be able to identify cases of abuse that are associated with the application of information technologies and measures available to combat such forms of abuse.
Engineering in the field of information technology as a profession. Professional organizations and their importance The most significant international professional organization (ACM i IEEE). Information and its relevance in modern society. The concepts of information and knowledge society .Globalization and the Information Society. Digital divide: language, culture, and gender in a global computer network.Virtual Communities. Ethical and moral aspects of information systems. Professional ethics. Ethical codes of professional organizations in information systems .The intellectual property. Legislation frame related to the various forms of intellectual property in the field of information technology.The licensing of software. Types of licenses and their duration. The electronic signature. Concept, creation and development of a Cyber crime.The forms of cyber crime, the perpetrators and the methods of execution. Assumptions of the effective prevention and protection against cyber crime.
Teaching the course is done interactively and includes auditory lectures, consultations, and review specific issues and case studies.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
Čizmić,S.Ljudski faktor-Osnovi inženjerske psihologije2007Institut za psihologiju, BeogradSerbian language
Krkač,K.Uvod u poslovnu etiku i korporacijsku društvenu odgovornost2007Mate, BeogradSerbian language
Aronson,E.,Vilson.T.D.,Akert,R.M.Socijalna psihologija2013Mate, BeogradSerbian language
Dimitrijević P.Pravo informacione tehnologije2010Pravni fakultet, NišSerbian language
Prlja D., Reljanović M.,Ivanović Z.Internet pravo2012Pravni fakultet, BeogradSerbian language
Dunne R.Computers and Law :An Introduction of Basic Legal Principles and Their Application in Cyberspace2009Cambridge, University PressEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
HomeworkYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes20.00
Theoretical part of the examNoYes70.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Katić Ivana
Associate Professor

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Bunčić Sonja
Full Professor

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