Call For Papers: NETWORK ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA
48th HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES (HICSS)
Minitrack: Network Analysis of Social and Digital Media
Track: Digital and Social Media
Conference: JANUARY 5-8, 2015
Grand Hyatt, Kauai, Hawaii
Papers due by JUNE 15, 2014
MINITRACK: NETWORK ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL AND DIGITAL MEDIA
Network science focuses on the structure of systems and how the components of a system come together, expressed as patterns or regularities in relationships among interacting units. Network analysis reveals the underlying structure and the dynamic interactions among system components. Network science and the development of digital and social media have co-evolved as catalysts of each other’s advancement, and the increased use of social and digital media provides scientists with a wealth of precise and novel data. We welcome submissions that represent insightful ways that network analysis can be used to better understand social and digital media. Both methodologically and theoretically driven papers are encouraged, as well as empirical research (e.g. telecommunication, health, website specific, international) that push the boundaries of network science as applied to social and digital media. Forward-thinking and boundary-spanning forms of research including, but not limited to, the study of multi-level, localized and ego-centric networks are particularly welcome.
Devan Rosen, Ithaca College, [log in to unmask]
IMPORTANT 2014 DEADLINES FOR AUTHORS
- June 15 - Submit full manuscripts for review as instructed on the HICSS website.
- Aug 15 - Review System emails Acceptance Notices to authors.
- Sept 15 - SUBMIT FINAL PAPER.
- Oct 1 - Early Registration fee deadline.
- Oct 15 - Papers without at least one paid-in-full registered author may be deleted from the Proceedings and not scheduled for presentation; authors will be so notified by the Conference Office.
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