ISOJ calls for online journalism research for 2023 conference and review

The International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) officially launches its appeal for original research on online journalism to be considered for the 2023 conference and the Journal #ISOJ.

“We are always on the lookout for cutting-edge research in online journalism to present at the conference and in the journal,” said Amy Schmitz Weiss, the journal’s editor and ISOJ Research Chair, Professor at San Diego State University. “If a researcher has a unique, cutting-edge and innovative research project in online journalism, I strongly recommend that they submit a detailed abstract.”

Researchers around the world are invited to submit detailed abstracts by September 7, 2022. Those selected from this pool will be invited to send in full manuscripts which will undergo a blind review process. Accepted articles will be published in the Journal #ISOJ and presented at the 24th ISOJ at the University of Texas at Austin from April 14-15, 2023.

The research envisaged includes empirical articles (using quantitative, qualitative, computational and/or mixed methods) and theoretical articles in English.

The research component of ISOJ was added in 2004, five years after the conference was established. Then the Journal #ISOJ was launched in 2011. This will be volume 13.

The call for papers, as well as the archives of all the reviews and communications are available on

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