Welcome to CITAMS! (Formerly CITASA)
We are the Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology section of the American Sociological Association (CITAMS).
You can find out more about what we do here.
You can join our section or renew your current ASA membership here.
Graduate students who are members of ASA may request a free CITAMS membership.
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Emerald Studies in Media and Communications Sponsored by CITAMS
CURRENT Calls: Deadline November 15, 2016
Volume 14: e-Health: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils, and Future Directions
Editors: Timothy M. Hale, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, and Shelia R. Cotten
Submission and Correspondence Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of Volume 14 is to build on past research and explore the impact of the Internet and other ICTs on health care, health outcomes, illness management, and interactions with health care professionals, services, and peers. We are seeking papers that address one or more of the cross-cutting themes and topics highlighted below. Empirical work using quantitative or qualitative research methods are preferred over commentaries, reviews of previous research and trends, or papers focusing strictly on theory. Contributions will be peer-reviewed through editorial screening and anonymous refereeing by external reviewers. For more information, please email: email@example.com. Please see http://www.emeraldmediastudies.com/Guidelines.html for detailed call for papers and submission instructions.
Volume 15: Social Movements and Media
Editors: Jennifer Earl and Deana Rohlinger
Submission and Correspondence Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volume 15 will focus on “new” and “old” media and social movements. We encourage submissions on the relationship between older media (e.g., newspapers, books, music, radio and network and cable television) and/or “new” media (e.g., the Web, social media) and social movements, activism, protest, and/or movement-relevant political communication. We welcome submissions using a wide variety of data and analytic techniques, assuming they are rigorously employed, and theoretical or methodological submissions, assuming they focus squarely on the topic of the volume. Contributions will be peer-reviewed through editorial screening and anonymous refereeing by external reviewers. For more information, please email: email@example.com or see detailed call for papers and submission instructions including submission form at http://tinyurl.com/media-and-movements at http://www.emeraldmediastudies.com/Guidelines.html.
Call for Papers: ICS Special Issue (Deadline October 31 2016)
You are invited to submit your paper for consideration in a special issue of the journal Information, Communication & Society (ICS).
For the tenth year, the journal ICS will publish a special issue in cooperation with our section.
Eligible papers are those presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association and the Media Pre-Conference in Seattle, Washington.
The special issue welcomes papers that focus on any facet of media, technology, communication, information, or related topics.
ICS has enabled ‘green open access,’ meaning that authors may post pre-print versions of their paper on their own website, in an institutional repository or in a subject repository, such as the SocARXIV.
Please submit manuscripts for consideration through ScholarOne, available at:http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rics. If you do not have an account, you will need to create one. Also, be sure to check the box for “Special Issue” and indicate “CITAMS” in it, so that it will be routed appropriately.
All accepted manuscripts must respect a word limit of 6,000-8,000 words (depending on the number of submissions accepted) and conform to the journal’s submission guidelines.
Full papers due: October 31, 2016
Refereeing completed: December 1, 2016
Final version of accepted papers due: January 1, 2017
Special issue publication (anticipated): June 2017
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of the co-editors:
- Jessie Daniels: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Shantel Buggs: email@example.com
- Apryl Williams: firstname.lastname@example.org
We extend our thanks to Ricci Humphrey for her excellent work creating a logo to match our new section name: Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology of the ASA: CITAMS. Ricci is a designer and photographer based in College Station, TX. We thank her for doing a fabulous job! Like her work? She can be contacted at RicciDHumphrey@gmail.com.
Media Sociology Preconference
Friday, August 19, 2016 | University of Washington, Seattle
Fees this year are $40 for faculty and $20 for students/low income. Current CITAMS section members may write directly to Casey Brienza (email@example.com) for a free registration.
We are pleased to announced that this year’s keynote will be Eric Grollman (University of Richmond).
A special plenary session in the afternoon organized by David Grazian (University of Pennsylvania) on “Media and Politics in the Age of Entertainment” will feature Laura Grindstaff (University of California, Davis), Sarah Sobieraj (Tufts University), and Fred Turner (Stanford University).
If you are a presenter, you must register NO LATER THAN MAY 31, 2016 to guarantee your place on the program.
A preliminary program schedule will be announced in June.
Information, Communication & Society
Introduction: “Fluctuations, technologies and media: social change and sociology change” by Nick LaLone & Andrea Tapia
“Social networking sites and low-income teenagers: between opportunity and inequality” by Marina Micheli
“Contextual social capital: linking the contexts of social media use to its outcomes” by Kelly Quinn
“‘Can you hear me now?’ Phreaking the party line from operators to occupy” by Joan Donovan
“Invaluable values: an expectancy-value theory analysis of youths’ academic motivations and intentions” by Christopher Ball, Kuo-Ting Huang, Shelia R. Cotten, R.V. Rikard, and LaToya O. Coleman
“In game we trust? Coplay and generalized trust in and beyond a Chinese MMOG world” by Wenhong Chen, Cuihua Shen & Gejun Huang
“Agenda setting and active audiences in online coverage of human trafficking” by Maria Eirini Papadouka, Nicholas Evangelopoulos & Gabe Ignatow
“Examining cross-disciplinary communication’s impact on multidisciplinary collaborations: implications for innovations” by Guang Ying Mo
“Interviews with digital seniors: ICT use in the context of everyday life” by Anabel Quan-Haase, Kim Martin & Kathleen Schreurs
Election Results 2015
Our new section name has been approved!
In August we will become CITAMS:
Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology Section
Congratulations to our incoming officers and council members:
Chair-Elect Jessie Daniels
Secretary/Treasurer Deana A. Rohlinger
Council Member Mary Chayko
Council Member David Grazian
Student Representative Nicolas LaLone