May 4, 2018

CFP: Deception on Social Media, Edited Collection To Be Published by IGI Global @thomgiddens

Via Thom Giddens:

CFP: Deception on Social Media
Contributors are invited to submit abstracts (about 200 words) toward our new edited collection entitled: Social Media and the Production and Spread of Spurious Deceptive Contents, to be published by IGI Global (Hershey, PA), under the series: Advances in Digital Crime, Forensics, and Cyber Terrorism (ADCFCT)
Topics being covered include:
·      History, literature, perspectives and the prevalence of online deception
·      Methods, techniques and approaches to researching digital deception
·      Fake news, misinformation and misleading reports on Facebook and Twitter (case studies are encouraged here)
·      Defamation and character assassination (case studies are encouraged here)
·      Phishing
·      Business falsehood, employment scam and commercial lies
·      Investment/financial scam and Ponzi scheme
·      Deceptive online dating, romance scam and fake marriage
·      Religious deception and political lies (case studies are encouraged here)
·      Deceptive contents by extremist and terrorist groups (other online platforms are inclusive here)
·      Deception detection and behavioral control methods.
·      Etc.
All proposals are to be submitted through the eEditorial Discovery®TM online submission Manager. Please click on this link to submit an abstract:

Important Dates
June 30, 2018: Proposal Submission Deadline
July 15, 2018: Notification of Acceptance
October 31, 2018: Full Chapter Submission
Inquiries can be forwarded to the editors:
Innocent Chiluwa
Covenant Univeristy, OTA, Nigeria

Sergei Samoilenko
George Mason University, Virginia, USA
The book will be released in 2019.

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