Joyce, K., Dalton, G., Darfler, K., Ludwig, J. and Unsworth, K. (2018). Engaging STEM ethics education. Engaging Science Technology and Society. http://estsjournal.org/article/view/221
Unsworth, K. (2016). Governing through crime: would be offenders / offending, surveillance, and security. In Arrigo, B.(Ed.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Surveillance, Security, and Privacy. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Unsworth, K. (2016). The social contract and big data. Journal of Information Ethics. 25 (1) pp. 83-97.
Unsworth, K. (2016).Urban Informatics: People, Place, and Technology. In Dilworth, R. and Kelleher Pallas, C. (Eds.) Guide to Urban Politics and Policy. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Unsworth, K., Forte, A., & Dilworth, R. (2014). Urban Informatics: The role of citizen participation in policy making. Journal of Urban Technology. doi: 10.1080/10630732.2014.971527
Unsworth, K. (2014). Chain of Command: Information Sharing, Law Enforcement, and Community Participation. iConference 2014 Proceedings. March 4 – 7, 2014, Berlin, Germany. 784 – 790. doi:10.9776/14374.
Unsworth, K. (2013). Book review. Lyon, D. and Bauman, Z. (2013). Liquid Surveillance: A conversation. Wiley; Polity Press. Published in Criminologia.de and surveillance-studies.org
Khazraee, E. and Unsworth, K. (2013). Social media: The new opiate of the masses? International Review of Information Ethics: New ICTs and Social Media: Revolution, Counter-Revolution and Social Change. 18. Coenen, C., Hofkirchner, W., and Nafría, José María Díaz (Eds.)
Unsworth, K., Axelsson, A-S., Goggins, S. and Mascaro, C. (2012). Exercising Control: A Comparative Study of Government Agencies and their Relationships with the Public Using Social Media. Selected Papers of Internet Research (SPIR). (Available at: http://spir.aoir.org/index.php/spir/article/view8/11)
Unsworth, K. and Townes, A. (2012). Transparency, participation, cooperation: A case study evaluating Twitter as a social media interaction tool in the US open government initiative. Proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research. Bertot, J., Luna-Reyes, L.F. and Mellouli, S. (Eds.). New York: ACM.(Available at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2307745&CFID=175185430&CFTOKEN=36523038)
Irvin Morris, V. and Unsworth, K. (2012).Morphing distance education into social media communities of practice. Social Media and Web Science: Das Web als Lebensraum. Proceedings of the 2. DGI Conference. Ockenfeld, M., Peters, I., and Weller, K. (Eds.). (pp. 101-108.) Frankfurt a M.: DGI.
Unsworth, K. (2011). Citizen participation in law enforcement and the ethical issues of mass surveillance. In Lauri Stevens (Ed.). Connected Cops. Tulsa, OK: Yorkshire Publishing. (forthcoming)
Meyers, E.M., Nathan, L.P. and Unsworth, K. (2010). Who’s watching your kids? Safety and surveillance in virtual worlds for children. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 3(2). pp. 3-28. (Available at: http://jvwresearch.org/index.php/past-issues/32-virtual-worlds-for-kids)
Unsworth, K. (2009). Ethical concerns of information policy and organization in national security. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 47(7) pp. 642-657.
Unsworth, K. (2008). Identifying the enemy: Social categorization and national security policy (Work-in-progress report). The International Newsletter of Communist Studies Online XIV no. 21. Bernhard H. Bayerlein (Ed.) Mannheim, Germany: The European Workshop of Communist Studies. Available at: http://www.mzes.uni-mannheim.de/projekte/incs/onlinenewsletter.html
Moore, A. and Unsworth, K. (2005). Information ethics: An introduction. In A. Moore (Ed.), Information Ethics: Privacy, Property, and Power. (pp. 11-28). Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.