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[Commlist] call for chapters for a book entitled "Digital Transformation in Communication and Media Studies"

Wed Mar 06 07:35:01 GMT 2019

"Call for Chapters

Digital Transformation in Communication and Media Studies

Recent developments in the communication technologies have led to significant changes in the communication process and these changes vary from the way we reach information to how we perceive and distribute it. These changes should be studied and analyzed in detail to be able to see how the concept of communication changes and how these changes can be considered either as possible improvements as well as problems to come up with solutions. This call for chapters is for an edited book titled as “Digital Transformation in Communication and Media Studies”.

The book is organized as a manual on how the digital transformation has affected communication-related issues as well as a roadmap for the possible future of this transformation. Manuscript submissions may address the following themes through a research-based approach. Contributors are to focus on a certain or various way how the digital transformation has affected communication and media studies on below mentioned thematic areas in addition to other related themes with the above scope in mind:

·Digital transformation of television series and movies

·Media policy and regulation due to the digital transformation

·Transformation of the audience

·Digital transformation of production and post-production             processes

·Digital transformation and popular culture

·Digital transformation and storytelling

·Digital culture

·Digital transformation of broadcasting techniques

·Digital transformation and social media

·Digital identity

If you would like to contribute, please submit an abstract of 250-300 words including 3-6 keywords to *(digitaltransistanbul /at/ <mailto:(digitaltransistanbul /at/>* by no later than April 15, 2019. For further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Istanbul University Press


Prof. Dr. Ayşen Gül / Istanbul University

Prof. Dr. Yıldız Dilek / Istanbul University

Dr. Paul Elmer / University of Westminister"

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