Diogenes Laertius Silva de Oliveira Filho, 22 de December de 2016, 23:51

YOUTH AND INTERNET: ANALYSIS OF A CONNECTED YOUTH

CALL FOR ARTICLES (INDICATIONS)


1. THE ORGANIZATION:


The Youth Observatory (Youth SIG) is a non-profit organisation founded in september, 2015 and attached with Internet Society (ISOC) like Special Interest Group (SIG) since 2016. Young people from different places of the world are part of the Youth Observatory.



2. OBJECTIVE:


Publish a book in physical and virtual formats that will gather the articles selected by the Editorial Committee of the Youth Observatory. The book aims to be a space in which young authors can proclaim their point of views about the Internet under the parameters specified in this call.



3. HOW PARTICIPATE:


Who has the interest to participate must to accomplish the following requirements:


(a) The participants must be up to 35 years at the moment of the sending their papers;


(b) The papers must be originals and unpublished; in other word, the authorship must be from the participant that send the paper and the work can’t be published before in another physical or virtual media.


(c) The theme of the papers must treat or be related with:



(d) The papers must be sent in any of these languages: english, portuguese or spanish;


(e) The papers without personal identification must be sent to odjuventud@gmail.com in Word (.doc o .docx) with the title: “Call of papers”. Another document must be sent in Word with the personal data of the author or authors, indicating forname and surname,nationality, the chosen theme and a short biography with no more than 100 words.



4. RESTRICTIONS:


(a) Articles written in co-authorship are admitted, provided that they are not more than 3 authors;


(B) No more than 3 articles per participant will be allowed;


(C) The admission criteria of articles are ample. Academic articles will be accepted, but also essays, interviews, etc.



5. DEADLINES:


The call is open from Wednesday, December 21, 2016 until February 5, 2017. Once the articles have been submitted, participants will receive a confirmation email.



6. PUBLICATION:


The articles selected to be part of the book will be announced on March 10, 2017 and the authors will be contacted if further information is required. The design and printing of the book will be made in the last weeks of March.


The Youth Observatory commits itself to send an electronic copy of the book to the selected authors, to disseminate the book in its channels and to the media and, in addition, to provide one or more physical copies to the selected authors, as much as possible.


The physical book will be presented and distributed in one or more Internet Governance events during the year 2017.



7. LICENSING, LIABILITY AND ACCEPTANCE OF THESE RULES:


The sending of the articles for your participation and publication implies that such work will be available under a Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)


The authors assume full responsibility for the claims of any nature that third parties may have because of the originality of the articles or for any other reason.


Participation in this call implies acceptance of these rules and all its provisions, notwithstanding that the Editorial Commission reserves the right to interpret these rules when a conflict arises.


For all queries about this Call you can do them through our official channels:


Facebook: https://goo.gl/7kJFFy

Twitter: https://twitter.com/youthobs


Or email us: odjuventud@gmail.com