Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society

JICES 2012

Computer Networks & Wireless Communication Databases & Information Systems Information Theory Ethics Uncategorized

Call for Papers: Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society (JICES)
Submission deadline: anytime
The Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society aims to promote thoughtful dialogue regarding the wider social and ethical issues related to the planning, development, implementation and use of new media and information and communication technologies.
Papers which are transdisciplinary, interdisciplinary or single discipline. Culturally and geographically diverse papers are welcomed. Papers that integrate consideration of ethics or social impacts with novel empirical research are particularly welcome.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
• Impacts of emerging technologies
• ICT governance
• Social media
• Ecological effects of ICT
• Digital identity
• Digital divides
• Social inclusion and equality
• Privacy and data protection
• E-government and democracy
• E-commerce, acceptable trading
• Intellectual property, censorship and related issues
Other original research topics in the area of ICT ethics or social impacts of ICT is also invited for publication.
JICES operates a double-anonymous peer review process. Reviewing is timely, effective and efficient.
Edited by: Professor Simon Rogerson Director, Centre for Computing & Social Resp, De Montfort University, UK
and Dr N Ben Fairweather Senior Research Fellow, De Montfort University, UK
Submissions to JICES should made using our online submission system ScholarOne Manuscripts:
Please read the author guidelines carefully before submission.