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Cybersecurity in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Research Methods Approach

Hugo Loiseau, Daniel Ventre, Hartmut Aden / Série Cybersécurité / Editions ISTE / 240 p. / ISBN : 9781786305398

le 31 octobre 2020

Présentation
Cybersecurity in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Research Methods ApproachW The humanities and social sciences are interested in the cybersecurity object since its emergence in the security debates, at the beginning of the 2000s. This scientific production is thus still relatively young, but diversified, mobilizing at the same time political science, international relations, sociology , law, information science, security studies, surveillance studies, strategic studies, polemology. There is, however, no actual cybersecurity studies. After two decades of scientific production on this subject, we thought it essential to take stock of the research methods that could be mobilized, imagined and invented by the researchers. The research methodology on the subject "cybersecurity" has, paradoxically, been the subject of relatively few publications to date. This dimension is essential. It is the initial phase by which any researcher, seasoned or young doctoral student, must pass, to define his subject of study, delimit the contours, ask the research questions, and choose the methods of treatment. It is this methodological dimension that our book proposes to treat. The questions the authors were asked to answer were: how can cybersecurity be defined? What disciplines in the humanities and social sciences are studying, and how, cybersecurity? What is the place of pluralism or interdisciplinarity? How are the research topics chosen, the questions defined? How, concretely, to study cybersecurity: tools, methods, theories, organization of research, research fields, data ...? How are discipline-specific theories useful for understanding and studying cybersecurity? Has cybersecurity had an impact on scientific theories?

- Daniel Ventre, "Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity and Cyberdefense", Wiley / ISTE, November 2020 (electronic version), December 2020 (printed version), 272 pages.
- Daniel Ventre, Hugo Loiseau, Hartmut Aden (Eds.), "Cybersecurity in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Research Methods Approach", Wiley / ISTE, October 2020, 234 pages.
Informations complémentaires
Daniel Ventre est docteur en Science politique. Il mène ses recherches au Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales (CESDIP) - UMR 8183 (CNRS/Min. JUSTICE/UCP/UVSQ). Il est également chargé de cours à Telecom Paris Tech.