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New Media in India
full name / name of organization:
Hrishikesh Ingle, The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad
New media has gained currency in recent years not just as a term that defines media content, forms and products but also as practices that challenges lawmakers as well as policy decisions. New media exerts a substantial dynamism in the realms of individual lives and contemporary culture. New media has been growing exponentially in a technologically enabled society, not just as a means of social exchange, but also as a medium of social change.
This volume aims to publish prominent inquires, theoretical essays and analysis, which would contribute significantly for academics and research of new media in India. We invite original research papers/essays of minimum 3000 words with a thematic focus on new media in India. The possible topics are but not limited to:
1. New Media and Law
Author(s) should submit an abstract of around 800 words clearly mentioning the title of the paper/essay, name of the author with designation and institutional affiliation. The deadline for abstract submission is March 31 2013. Abstract should be submitted as a MS Word file. Please email the abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Acceptance of abstract for consideration in the final volume will be communicated for final submission of paper/essay. The paper submitted after acceptance of abstract will undergo review process, after which the final confirmation for inclusion in the edited book will be intimated.
Since the process of peer review takes considerable time author(s) are requested to be patient for the final confirmation of acceptance. The editors hope to publish this volume in 2013 and are looking for well-researched, high quality and properly formatted papers. We especially welcome submissions from young researchers, research scholars and independent researchers.
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts : March 31 2013