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[Commlist] CfP_JCEA_Special Issue on Digitalization of Diplomacy in South-East Asia

Fri Sep 06 15:13:02 GMT 2019

*Call for Papers*

The Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (JCEA), a refereed biannual journal
on East and Southeast Asia, is announcing a call for papers for a special Summer 2020 issue
on the *Digitalization of Diplomacy in South-East Asia*.

The topics that we are particularly interested in include, but are not limited to:


    · The manner in which local, societal norms and values influence
    diplomats’ use of digital technologies
    ·  The internal processes through which diplomatic institutions
    adopt and utilize new digital technologies
    ·  How organizational mentalities can facilitate/obstruct the
    adoption of digital technologies
    ·  How does the digitalization of society impact the digitalization
    of diplomats?
    ·  The temporal and spatial impact that digitalization has had on
    the conduct of diplomacy
    ·  How political structures within foreign ministries or governments
    influence diplomats’ ability to utilize digital technologies
    ·  Whether and how have increasing concerns about disinformation or
    misinformation affected the digitization of diplomacy?

The deadline for abstract submission is *September 20*.
For more details, please refer to our website <>.

*About the Journal*
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/The Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (JCEA) /is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that takes a leading role in new scholarship in Asia. Building on a foundation of dedicated study in current political, social and economic trends in East and Southeast Asia, the JCEA is expanding its scope to unique aspects of Asian scholarship, including (socio-technical) convergence and future (network) studies.

The JCEA editorial board is committed to working very hard to boost the scholarly presence of new Asian scholarship around the world and secure its reputation as an emerging world-class publishing outlet. The editors welcome manuscripts based on original
research or significant reexamination of existing literature.

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