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[Commlist] New book series: Palgrave Studies in Digital Inequalities. Call for book proposals

Wed Mar 17 14:46:06 GMT 2021

Massimo Ragnedda is delighted to announce that Laura Robinson and himself are launching a new book series on Digital Inequalities (Palgrave).

Palgrave Studies in Digital Inequalities book series is seeking
monographs and edited volumes that speak to any aspect of digital
inequality, digital divides, and digital inclusion writ large.

ABOUT THE SERIES We welcome monographs and edited volumes that are
empirical, theoretical, agenda‐setting, and/or policy driven that
explore any aspect of inequality, marginalization, inclusion, and/or
positive change in the digital world. The series seeks scholars
studying both emergent and established forms of inequality. Potential
themes include but are not limited to digital inequalities in relation
to AI, algorithms, misinformation, digital labor, platform economy,
cybersafety, cybercrime, gaming, big data, the digital public sphere,
economic class, gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, aging,
disability, healthcare, education, rural residency, networks, public
policy, etc.


Massimo Ragnedda, Senior Lecturer in Mass Communication at Northumbria
University, Newcastle, UK, and Visiting Professor at the Faculty of
Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia.

Laura Robinson, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at
Santa Clara University, USA, and Faculty Associate at the Harvard
Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

CONTACT FOR PROPOSALS If you have an idea, we want to hear it! If you
have questions or would like to initiate a proposal, send an abstract
of your ideas and author/editor bio(s) to editorial (at)
palgravedigitalinequalities (dot) org

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