[CITAMS] CFP: Privacy research across cultural, political, and geographic boundaries
Quinn, Kelly Ann
kquinn8 at uic.edu
Tue Feb 5 20:49:19 EST 2019
We invite you to the upcoming workshop, "Privacy research across cultural, political, and geographic boundaries."
Privacy research across cultural, political, and geographic boundaries ICA Post-Conference 2019
Washington, DC, USA, 29 May 2019
We also seek submissions that focus on culturally specific and comparative approaches to the conceptualization and empirical study of privacy. Examples of work that falls under this broad umbrella may include efforts that (a) interrogate the mechanisms that reify or challenge national or cultural practices related to privacy; (b) examine privacy from multi- and cross-cultural perspectives; (c) discuss practical challenges and opportunities of conducting comparative research in the field; or (d) explore theoretical perspectives that might serve as heuristics for the comparative study of privacy across cultural contexts. Submission deadline is 11 February 2019.
Full details can be found at http://www.thinkmacro.org/cprn/ica2019/
Submission site: http://tiny.cc/CPRN2019.
Kelly Quinn, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Communication
University of Illinois at Chicago
Treasurer, Association of Internet Researchers
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