[CITAMS] Two CFPs via ICA CAT (fwd)

Barry Wellman wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Sat Aug 13 16:47:30 EDT 2016


Sparkling announcement

And I like the fact that Emerald gives a Best Paper "Literati" Award for 
each volume. (Smiling gaze on our last year's now)

   Barry Wellman

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Date: Sat, 13 Aug 2016 12:57:24 -0700
From: Katy Elizabeth Pearce <community at icahdq.org>
Reply-To: Katy Elizabeth Pearce <kepearce at uw.edu>
To: wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Subject: Two CFPs via ICA CAT

Emerald Studies in Media and Communications, Sponsored by CITAMS CURRENT
CALLS: DEADLINE NOVEMBER 15, 2016 Volume 14: eHealth: Current Evidence,
Promises, Perils, and Future DirectionsEditors: Timothy M. Hale, Wen-Ying
Sylvia Chou, and Shelia R. Cotten Volume 15: Social Movements and
MediaEditors: Jennifer Earl and Deana Rohlinger  Volume 14: e-Health:
Current Evidence, Promises, Perils, and Future DirectionsEditors: Timothy
M. Hale, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, and Shelia R. CottenSubmission and
Correspondence Email: ehealth at emeraldmediastudies.com The purpose of
Volume 14 is to build on past research and explore the impact of the
Internet and other ICTs on health care, health outcomes, illness
management, and interactions with health care professionals, services, and
peers. We are seeking papers that address one or more of the cross-cutting
themes and topics highlighted below. Empirical work using quantitative or
qualitative research methods are preferred over commentaries, reviews of
previous research and trends, or papers focusing strictly on theory.
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http://www.emeraldmediastudies.com/Guidelines.html for detailed call for
papers and submission instructions. Volume 15: Social Movements and
MediaEditors: Jennifer Earl and Deana RohlingerSubmission and
Correspondence Email: media.and.movements at gmail.com Volume 15 will focus
on “new” and “old” media and social movements. We
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“new” media (e.g., the Web, social media) and social
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