[CITAMS] FINAL REMINDER: Call for Two Volumes of Emerald Studies in Media and Communications: eHealth and Social Movements (Deadline November 15, 2016)

Jeremy M Schulz jmschulz at berkeley.edu
Sun Nov 13 18:52:47 EST 2016


Final Reminder: Deadline this Tuesday November 15th

*Emerald Studies in Media and Communications, Sponsored by CITAMS*



*CURRENT CALLS: DEADLINE NOVEMBER 15, 2016*



*Volume 14: eHealth: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils, and Future
Directions*

*Editors: Timothy M. Hale, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, and Shelia R. Cotten*



*Volume 15: Social Movements and Media*

*Editors: Jennifer Earl and Deana Rohlinger*





*Volume 14: e-Health: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils, and Future
Directions*

*Editors: Timothy M. Hale, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, and Shelia R. Cotten*

*Submission and Correspondence Email: ehealth at emeraldmediastudies.com
<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. Contributions will be peer-reviewed through editorial
screening and anonymous refereeing by external reviewers. For more
information, please email: ehealth at emeraldmediastudies.com. Please see
http://www.emeraldmediastudies.com/Guidelines.html for detailed call for
papers and submission instructions.



*Volume 15: Social Movements and Media*

*Editors: Jennifer Earl and Deana Rohlinger*

*Submission and Correspondence Email: media.and.movements at gmail.com
<media.and.movements at gmail.com>*



Volume 15 will focus on “new” and “old” media and social movements. We
encourage submissions on the relationship between older media (e.g.,
newspapers, books, music, radio and network and cable television) and/or
“new” media (e.g., the Web, social media) and social movements, activism,
protest, and/or movement-relevant political communication. We welcome
submissions using a wide variety of data and analytic techniques, assuming
they are rigorously employed, and theoretical or methodological
submissions, assuming they focus squarely on the topic of the volume.
Contributions will be peer-reviewed through editorial screening and
anonymous refereeing by external reviewers. For more information, please
email: media.and.movements at gmail.comor see detailed call for papers and
submission instructions including submission form at
http://tinyurl.com/media-and-movements at http://www.
emeraldmediastudies.com/Guidelines.html.
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