- To what extent do current phenomena of automated communication represent mediatization re-asserting itself?
- How can approaches to and theories of HMC and mediatization research mutually relate to and enrich one other
- What will be the consequences to theorizing media and empirical research?
- Göran Bolin (Södertörn University)
- Andrea Guzman (Northern Illinois University)
- Andreas Hepp (ZeMKI, University of Bremen)
- Wiebke Loosen (Leibniz Institute for Media Research)
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Deadline: Submissions are due March 15th, 2023, and the publication will be in September, 2023. All manuscripts should be submitted via the journal’s online submission system (https://stars.library.ucf.edu/hmc/) with the remark, “Special Issue” in the cover letter. In the online submission system, there will be a drop-down menu under Document Type. Please choose “Special Issue Submission.” For formatting and length specifications, please see the journal’s Instructions for Authors.
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