Dear researchers, colleagues, and readers interested in cyberspace research,
we are very pleased to present the July issue of Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace. It was encouraging and exciting to see the methodological creativity and exploration in the studies we published in the last regular issue in December last year. This trend continues in this issue, which comprises a more conventional literature review and studies with qualitative as well as quantitative research designs. The topics shed light on different corners of cyberspace and we think that this diversity among the papers we publish, both topical and methodological, is one of the strengths of this journal. Another strong element of the journal is generated by the research that pushes methodological boundaries and takes us into new fields of cyberspace previously unknown. Aside from their high quality, we believe that these are some of the reasons why the papers published in our journal are frequently cited.
Please read whole editorial here.
David Smahel, editor
Kristian Daneback, associate editor
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace