Calling All 2018 #SMSociety Conference Presenters: Special Issue CFP in Social Media + Society [Due Nov 5, 2018]

The 2018 International Conference on Social Media and Society in Copenhagen is over, but the research continues. We are pleased to announce the #SMSociety CFP for a Special Issue in Social Media + Society Journal (@SocialMedia_Soc). The Social Media + Society Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal published by … Continue Reading →

2018 #SMSociety Journal Special Issue on “Social Media for Social Good or Evil” in Social Media+Society

2018 SPECIAL ISSUE ON “SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SOCIAL GOOD OR EVIL” IN SOCIAL MEDIA+SOCIETY (SAGE) Editors: Jeff Hemsley, Jenna Jacobson, Anatoliy Gruzd, & Philip Mai. Publication date: August 2018 In the heyday of social media, individuals around the world held high hopes for the democratizing force of social media; however, in light of the recent … Continue Reading →

#SMSociety Awards Announcement #Copenhagen 2018

We are delighted to share with you the 2018 International Conference on Social Media and Society Awards. The winners in these important categories have been selected by the organizing committee based on double-blind peer reviewers comments, the independent assessment of the organizing committee and/or by popular vote. Best Paper Award … Continue Reading →

2018 #SMSociety Proceedings

We are delighted to announce the publication of the 2018 #SMSociety Conference Proceedings that features 60 published papers (full and work-in-progress, double-blind peer reviewed). The wide-ranging topics covered in the Proceedings showcase quantitative and qualitative research from scholars working in many fields including Communication, Computer Science, Education, Information Science, Journalism, Management, Political Science, and … Continue Reading →

2018 SMSociety Pre-Conference Digest 2

Dear 2018 #SMSociety Delegates, This is the second pre-conference digest with some essential information for your upcoming trip. If you missed the first digest, it is available at http://socialmediaandsociety.org/2018/smsociety18-pre-conference-digest-1/  Getting to Campus The easiest and most economical way to get to campus is by metro/subway. If you are coming directly from … Continue Reading →