The eJournal of Public Affairs is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, open-access electronic journal published by Missouri State University in partnership with the American Democracy Project. In this special issue of the eJournal, we are looking for submissions that report on eCitizenship Projects that are focused on the relationship between technology and citizenship. We welcome submissions for this issue from the fields of anthropology, economics, history, human geography, political science, sociology, to suggest a few. We welcome submissions about any subject related to eCitizenship. Submissions should focus on describing best practices or successful models, or present quantitative and/or qualitative results of eCitizenship initiatives.
We are especially interested in research articles about the relationship between online participation and offline participation, best practices for incorporating eCitizenship into the civic mission of higher education, assessments of civic-engagement projects, theoretical analyses and analyses of how social media has transformed political participation in the U.S. and abroad.
Guest Editor: Michael Stout, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Missouri State University and Chair of the American Democracy Projectís eCitizenship Initiative
Michael D. Stout
Missouri State University
Dept. email: SociologyAnthropology@MissouriState.edu
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