Spotlight: 3 Journals About Research & Technology

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April is a good time to explore SAGE journals you may not have had a chance to read. Log in here to browse and download articles. (See this related post for search and navigation tips on the journal hub.)

During this open-access month I will be highlighting some of my favorite SAGE journals. This post draws your attention to three journals: New Media and Society, Social Media + Society, and Convergence. While they all include studies about technology, each has a unique focus.


New Media and Society
New Media & Society is an international journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for the examination of the social dynamics of media and information change.

One of the most-read articles this year is:

“Networked privacy: How teenagers negotiate context in social media (Marwick & boyd, 2014)

Want to contribute? Here are the submission guidelines.

 

Social Media + Society
Social Media + Society is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal deeply committed to advancing the understanding of social media and its impact on societies past, present and future.

One of the most-read articles this year is:

News sharing in social media: A review of current research on news sharing users, content, and networks” Kümpel, Karnowski, & Keyling, 2015

Listen to the first podcast Social Media + Society Podcast Number 1 “Out in the Country: not just somewhere in the midwest”  Want to contribute? Here are the submission guidelines.

Convergence
Convergence is an international peer-reviewed academic journal which was set up in 1995 to address the creative, social, political and pedagogical issues raised by the advent of new media technologies.

A recent articles is:

The social media political participation model” (Knoll, Matthes, & Heiss, 2018)

Want to contribute? Here are the open calls for papers.

 

 

 

 


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Knoll, J., Matthes, J., & Heiss, R. (2018). The social media political participation model: A goal systems theory perspective. Convergence, 1354856517750366. doi:10.1177/1354856517750366

Kümpel, A. S., Karnowski, V., & Keyling, T. (2015). News sharing in social media: A review of current research on news sharing users, content, and networks. Social Media + Society, 1(2), 2056305115610141. doi:10.1177/2056305115610141

Marwick, A. E., & boyd, d. (2014). Networked privacy: How teenagers negotiate context in social media. New Media & Society, 16(7), 1051-1067. doi:10.1177/1461444814543995

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