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Online Information Review is an international, double blind peer-reviewed, ISI-listed journal devoted to research in the broad field of digital information and communication, and related technologies.
The journal provides a multi-disciplinary forum for scholars from a range of fields, including information studies/iSchools, data studies, internet studies, media and communication studies and information systems.
We are particularly interested in publishing research on the social, political and ethical aspects of emergent digital information practices and platforms, and welcome submissions that draw upon critical and socio-technical perspectives in order to address these developments.
We welcome empirical, conceptual and methodological contributions on any topics relevant to the broad field of digital information and communication, however we are particularly interested in receiving submissions that address emerging issues around the below topics.
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OIR invites full research and conceptual papers, as well as scholarly viewpoints (up to 7000 words) and major reviews in these fields, and occasionally shorter research notes (under 3000 words) on current work of particular potential.
Every submission must spell out the implications of findings in the paper for online information as distinct from implications for e-commerce, education, etc. (These implications should be mentioned in the introduction, discussion and conclusion sections of your paper.) Papers which focus on findings for specific sectors without adequate attention to the online environment will not be accepted.
In general only research-based submissions on any type of research, including technical (but non-mathematical) or conceptual are accepted.
Generally these types of submissions are rejected:
Online Information Review is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Library Studies eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Library Studies eJournals Collection page.
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