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CFP | 31.5. | How different really is the “new media” from the “old”?

A special issue of the journal Convergence is now accepting article proposals for its upcoming special issue, entitled “Rethinking the distinction between old and new media”. The issue is guest-edited by Frederik Lesage, of Simon Fraser University, and Simone Natale, of Loughborough University. The issue is interested in situations in which “distinctions between old and … Continued


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CFP | open | Book on “Protest, Media and Culture”

The book series ‘Protest, Media and Culture’ publishes edited collections and monographs dedicated to the study and analysis of an irrepressible phenomenon: the worldwide resurgence of social, cultural, political and economic discontent. The series, published by Rowman & Littlefield is calling for book proposals. Information on the series can be found online. See the full call … Continued


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CFP | 1.3. | Past and future perspectives of agenda setting

50 Years in Agenda Setting Research: “Past and Future Perspectives” Conference is calling for papers. Conference will be organized 18-21 July 2018 at the University of Colorado Boulder — College of Media Communication and Information. The conference will include a refereed paper session. To be considered, authors should submit an extended abstract of no more … Continued


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CFP | open | Proposals for “Global Media Policy and Business” book series

The Palgrave Global Media Policy and Business series is calling for proposals. The series has published to date 15 volumes since its launch in 2012. Concentrating on the social, cultural, political, economic, institutional and technological changes arising from the globalisation of media and communications industries, the series considers the impact of these changes on matters … Continued


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CFP | 30.4. | ECREA 2018 preconference on hybrid journalism

The ECREA 2018 Preconference “Dissolving Boundaries of Hybrid Journalism” is calling for papers. The preconference aims at exploring uncovered and new forms of hybrid journalism in order to map potential instances of boundary crossing or dissolving boundaries in the field*. *Overall, the preconference wants to challenge conventional and oversimplifying concepts of journalism, particularly with regard … Continued


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CFP | 6.4. | Data journalism issue of Digital Journalism

The Special Issue of Digital Journalism welcomes submissions, which broaden the theoretical, empirical and geographic perspective on data journalism as one particular form of digital journalism. Theoretically, since data journalism practices involve a convergence of disciplines, cross-disciplinary approaches can fruitfully combine insight from journalism theory with insight from fields such as data science, interaction design, … Continued


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CFP | 15.3. | Disrupting Media Infrastructures

The journal Northern Lights, Volume 17, 2019 – Theme issue on: “Disrupting media infrastructures: Transforming media industries and public spheres”, is calling for papers. Northern Lights calls for papers exploring how disruption of the media infrastructure relates to transformation both within media industries and in a wider societal context. Considering the overall theme of this volume, … Continued


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CFP | 1.3. | Media and nationalism

Martina Topić, of Leeds Beckett University and Niamh Kirk, of Dublin City University, are calling for chapter proposals for an edited book they are preparing. The working title of the volume is “Media and Nationalism in the Network Society”. The editors are particularly interested in if and how media has contributed to the resurgence of … Continued


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CFP | 30.5. | Digital literacy education and fake news

The journal Cultura y Educación is calling for manuscript submissions for its upcoming special issue on “Digital literacy, fake news and education”. The issue relates to the European Literacy Network and the reports launched by its Digital Literacy Team in 2017. The issue invites contributions from both ELN members and other researchers. The topics, however, … Continued


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CFP | 16.2. | Gender, Media and the Middle East symposium

Feminist Media Studies Research Group at the University of East Anglia invites proposals for an international symposium on Gender, Media and the Middle East. The symposium is intended to bring together scholars from around the world interested in exploring these topics in relation to a range of media including film, television, radio, video, and digital … Continued