The Co-Edited Volume on “Ethnic Media in the Digital Era” is calling for manuscripts.
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Digital divides and ethnic media
Digital diasporas or cyber ethnic communities
The impact of the digital revolution in the everyday lives of ethnic media audiences
Youth, cultural/racial/ethnic hybridity, and media consumption and production
Journalism, professional identity, and ethnic media producers
Media competition and new business models in the digital era
Ethnic-mainstream or interethnic media relations in the global media industries
Communication policy, media law, and ethnic media in the digital era
Minority languages, media, and media technologies
Historical perspectives on technology and ethnic media [/spoiler]
Theoretical essays, empirical studies, case studies, and policy-oriented scholarship on the abovementioned topics conducted in any geographical area of the world are welcomed. Scholarship pertaining to regions of the world less studied (e.g., Africa, East and South Asia, Central and South America), and that is comparative in nature, is encouraged. Work based on any theoretical perspective and methodological framework, and work by authors from all disciplines, including media and communication studies, journalism, sociology, political science, and economics, will be considered.
Abstract length: 500 words
Deadline for abstract: 31 August 2016
Other important dates:
- Decision: 30 September 2016
- Deadline for full paper: 15 December 2016
- Publication: Spring 2018
Read more from the full call for manuscripts.