[Air-L] Call For Reviewers + Paper Deadline Reminder: HICSS Mini-Track!

Nanette Levinson nlevins at american.edu
Thu May 26 14:58:13 PDT 2016

   Call for Reviewers:

   Social Media: Culture, Identity, and Inclusion Mini-Track at the
   50^th^  Anniversary Hawaiii International Conference on Systems
   Sciences (HICSS 50)

   Mini-Track Chairs, Shahper Vodanovich â Auckland University of
   Technology, Nanette S. Levinson â School of International Service,
   American University, and Amanda Menking â University of Washington
   invite reviewers for the HICSS 50 inaugural Minitrack on Social Media:
   Culture, Identity and Inclusion.

   Reviewers will receive 2-3 papers to review during the late June/July
   2016 period. Please email Shapher Vodanovich, Shahper Vodanovich
   <shahper.vodanovich at aut.ac.nz>  by June 10 should you be able to serve
   as a mini-track reviewer and include any research area preferences.
   (Note that reviewers do not need to attend HICSS 50 to serve as a
   reviewer; reviewer names will be recognized in the Conference
   Proceedings.  Papers have a maximum of 10 pages plus references and
   have a double blind review.  August 1 is the deadline for reviews.  We
   truly appreciate your role as reviewer.)

   Below is a brief version of the Mini-Track Call for Papers, with a
   deadline of June 15:

   Social media brings diverse groups of people together in productive
   and, at times, troubling ways. Users from different cultures, genders,
   and generations have adopted social media in diverse and interesting
   manners, creating new norms and practices. It is important to examine
   the various communication and behavioral styles but also to explore the
   design, impact and influence that digital and social media have within
   these groups.

   Possible Topics include: Inter-cultural and Cross-cultural use of
   Social Media; Gendered Social Media; the construction and circulation
   of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, religion and disability through
   the use of social media;  Governance and Rules in Action; Aging and
   Social Media;  Impact and influence of social media on diversity;
   Social Media, MOOCS, & Inclusion;  Social Media & Implicit Bias; Social
   Media, Culture & Change/Social Innovation; Social Media &
   Intersectionality; Designing Social Media for Inclusion; Social Media,
   Disruptive Innovation, and Capacity-Building For All.

   Nanette S. Levinson

   Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
   School of International Service
   American University
   Washington, DC 20016-8071

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