This series focuses broadly on the intersection of politics and technology. Its objective is to identify and explore the critical junctions where politics and ICTs intersect to showcase the opportunities, raise awareness and pre-empt impending risks for our societies.
The series has a broad scope and the editors welcome proposals from all scholars on topics including but not limited to: Cyber-intelligence; government analytics; user-generated data and its impact on human society; technology in Health Care and Public Services; quantitative measures in political discourse; public engagement with politics through technology – e.g. blogs, social media, freedom of the internet; text mining; e-participation in politics and digital diplomacy; international trade on the ICT market; information security risks; political communication in online social networks; big data; e-government and e-democracy; digital activism; ICT in developing nations; digital media; smart cities; disruptive effects of technology in politics; internet governance; citizen journalism; the politics of migration and ICTs; the European Union and ICTs.We are actively seeking proposals for this exciting new series – please get in touch if you have a book project you’d like to discuss
Anna Visvizi and Miltiadis Lytras (Eds), Data Driven Decision Making for Politics in the Post-Truth Era. Publishing in April 2019.