CULTURAL ATTITUDES TOWARDS TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION
Special Issue: Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication (CIOS/Comserve)
International Conference: CATAC'98, 13 August 1998, Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London
Mirror Site: http://www.drury.edu/faculty/ess/catac/index.html
Call for Papers
3rd Quarter 1998
1-3 August 1998
DEADLINE HAS PASSED FOR CONFERENCE PAPERS
Original papers are invited on all aspects of cultural attitudes towards technology and communication for:
We are seeking papers which articulate the connections between specific cultural values and present and/or possible future communicative practices involving CMC technologies. Papers should refer to documented cultural preferences, empirical research on communication, cross-cultural comparisons, etc. We seek papers and articles which, taken together, will help readers, researchers, and practitioners of "electronic democracy" better understand the role of diverse cultural attitudes as hindering and/or furthering the implementation of global computer communications systems such as the Internet and the World-Wide-Web.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of scholars and researchers. In addition to publication in the special issue, the Editorial Board is optimistic that a book version of the collection will also be issued.
Submissions to the
issue are due to the guest editor, Dr Charles Ess, by 1 November 1997.
complete the submission form to
your interest in submitting a paper. For more information, please
Dr Charles Ess,