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January 13, 2006

CFP - Journal of Information, Communication, Society

Journal of Information, Communication, Society
10th Anniversary International Symposium
University of York,UK. 20th – 22nd September 2006

Supported by:
Social Informatics Research Unit (SIRU),
Department of Sociology, University of York

In association with
Oxford Internet Institute (OII)
Taylor & Francis Publishers

Conference Chairs:
Brian Loader, Co-Director of SIRU
Professor William Dutton, Director of the OII

Powerful new convergences of digital technologies together with rising adoption of information and communications technologies (ICTs) into everyday commercial, political and social life has led to pronouncements of a second generation of information society development. But what evidence exists to support this idea of a significant step change in the development and social, economic and political diffusion of ICTs?

This symposium seeks to take forward this debate by critically analysing key issues emerging from new inter-relationships between information, communication and society. It aims to: • explore the robustness of claims about the transformative effects and potential of information and communication technologies; • identify and discuss the methodologies that could be used to test such claims; • assess the current state of empirical research and highlight important gaps for future research; and • provide an international forum for the exchange of ideas, data and analysis.

Symposium Themes
The symposium is multidisciplinary and original papers are sought from researchers in all relevant subject areas. Papers submitted should address at least one of the seven broad areas around which the proceedings will be organised: e-health; spatial informatics; e-commerce & economics; young and older generations; privacy, trust and surveillance; e-governance; and, policy issues cutting across all these themes.

Submission of papers
Proposals for papers should be submitted as abstracts of no more than 500 words, and should include details of the proposer’s name, position, affiliation and contact details. Proposals should be submitted electronically to [email protected] . Submissions are welcome from established scholars and post-graduates alike.

Deadline for proposals: 1st April 2006
Authors of accepted papers notified by: 2nd May 2006

Posted by prolurkr at January 13, 2006 01:53 PM

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