New call for papers for a special issue of Cyberpsychology:
Online self-disclosure and privacy:
Unravelling individuals’ motivations and behaviors"
Guest editors of the special issue:
Michel Walrave, Sonja Utz, Alexander Schouten, Wannes Heirman
Deadline for abstracts: 15.11.2015
We are honored to present the July issue (2-2015) of Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace. In this issue, we present five articles which are methodologically diverse - the authors used surveys, experimental design, and one article is a theoretical overview of empirical evidence. Articles were also written by authors from three different continents: Europe, North America, and Asia. We note that we would also be happy to publish articles from other continents, i.e. South America or Africa, to increase territorial diversity. In this editorial, first we will introduce the five articles and next, we will show the analyses of article citations from our journal, based on Google Scholar. Last, but not least, we will inform about the increases of indicators which we got from the Scopus database (operated by Elsevier).
Read the full editorial here.
We will also be happy to meet you personally at the 13th Conference on “Cyberspace” in Brno on November 27-28 (see http://cyberspace.muni.cz). We will be happy to discuss your possible manuscripts, but also the various aspects of the research on cyberspace!
David Smahel, editor
Kristian Daneback, associate editor