We have started an international book project named “Digitalization and Future of Digital Society” with Peter Lang Publishing House. We are sending you the details of our project (sample topics, dates and editor) below. If you would like to write a chapter for the book, please send your chapter proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find details and call for the chapter in the attachment.
Suat KOLUKIRIK, Prof. Dr.
LANGUAGE OF THE BOOK
You may send your study in Turkish for first review.
Chapter Proposals Deadline : April 30, 2020
Acceptance Notification : April 30, 2020
Full Text Deadline : May 30, 2020
Expected Publication Date : September 30, 2020
ÇAĞRI METNİNİ İNDİRİN (TÜRKÇE)
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CALL FOR CHAPTERS
In today’s world, which is called digitalization or technological era, our life practices, habits and ways of doing business continue to change their shells day by day. Perhaps we are witnessing a period in which the concepts of time and space become difficult and complicated, as the subject of a world that is running away. Topics such as artificial intelligence, internet of things, innovation, augmented reality, cloud computing, and cybersecurity have become part of our daily lives. Moreover, more than half of the 7.5 billion world population use the internet, and two out of every three adults have mobile phones. People shop digitally, watch the movie or TV show in their native language, plan a vacation and play games. AI lives and moves with big data, learning machines, and new robot technologies.
Our digitalized social life carries with it the convenience of accessing data and reaching information, as well as the concern of data pollution and insecurity. Concerns about robotization, Humanity 2.0, surveillance society, and human enslavement are often voiced in future planning and lead to different debates about the nature of human-system interaction. Moreover, rather than where it is in the world, what is done and how it is made important and it is a reality to make the effects of digitalization, which has leaked into every area of our lives and become invisible by being ordinary, on our social life. Within the framework of this perspective, the views of our digitalized life, which vary from technology to production processes, from socialization to our consumption understanding, will be discussed and published as a book based on the following topics.
We invite researchers studying in the field of law and social sciences, and interested in the subject to contribute to the international study prepared for this purpose. Thank you in advance for your cooperation and contributions and wish you success in your works.