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[CSL] Special Issue CFP: Social Networks and Web 2.0 at Electronic Commerce Research and Applications

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Joanne Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Interdisciplinary academic study of Cyber Society <[log in to unmask]>

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From: SocioTechnical approaches to Information Systems Discussion List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Bin Wang
Sent: 20 May 2008 21:21
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Special Issue CFP: Social Networks and Web 2.0 at Electronic
Commerce Research and Applications

Electronic Commerce Research and Applications

Call for Papers

Special Issue on "Social Networks and Web 2.0"


BACKGROUND

Web 2.0 has enabled a new generation of Web-based communities, social
networks, wikis, hosted services and folksonomies to facilitate
collaboration and sharing among users. These are characterized by open
communication, decentralization of authority, and freedom to share and
reuse.  Web 2.0 refers to a set of collaborative applications and
mashups with a social approach to generating and distributing Web
content.  Web 2.0 applications provide a basis for social networks,
where users share and filter content, collaborate, seek information, and
interact on the Web. 

ECRA's Social Networks and Web 2.0 special issue provides a forum both
for describing and evaluating innovative Web 2.0 technologies, along
with novel strategies and methods for building and managing such
applications. 
We welcome theoretical, analytical, case study, empirical, and other
methodological works that support contributions relating to specific
classes of applications, as well as to cross-disciplinary and cross-
paradigm research.  We are especially interested in showcasing research
that has the potential to create strong individual, organization,
industry, economic and social impacts and transformations.  Research
contributions involving joint industry-academic research teams are
especially welcome, as they provide a basis to promote new research that
is simultaneously rigorous and relevant.  


GUEST EDITORS

- Julie Smith-David, Center for Advancing Business through Information
Technology (CABIT), Arizona State University, [log in to unmask]
- Bin Wang, University of Texas, Pan American, [log in to unmask]
- J. Christopher Westland, University of Illinois, Chicago,
[log in to unmask] (sponsoring co-editor-in-chief of ECRA) 


CONTRIBUTIONS SOUGHT

Relevant topics include, but are not restricted to the following:  
- How do social networks play into "Web as platform" and "web ops"? 
- Scaling and Web 2.0 based design for very large applications
- Evolving 1.0 business into 2.0 business
- Viral marketing and community evangelism
- Blogging and Internet PR
- Folksonomies, tagging and ratings
- Syndication
- Maps and location information as commodities. 
- Distributed identities
- Privacy and protection
- E-communities and web-based collaboration
- Ethnographic and data mining analysis of online communities
- Temporal and community evolution of Wikipedia and other open
collaborative efforts
- Social network analysis, community discovery and structure
- Social reputation and recommendation systems, trust management
- Collaborative filtering and content ranking using social media
- Data management in Web 2.0
- Assured data sharing, integration of access control policies, sharing
incentives and risks
- Metadata and annotation management
- Intellectual property and DRM in Web 2.0 applications
- Data and workflow provenance across Web 2.0 applications
- Experience reports and case studies for Web 2.0
- Design and evaluation of Web 2.0 based environments
- Future trends of Web 2.0 development in business
- Mobile Web 2.0
- Web 2.0  and virtual worlds
- Gaming and the Web
- Economics, revenue models and business models for Web 2.0 companies
- Web 2.0 marketing and measurability
- Social networks, search and vertical search
- Mashups contributing to the experience of the Web
- Mashups and composite applications
- Web analytics and metrics for Web 2.0? 


IMPORTANT DATES

Optional abstracts:	April 15, 2008
Initial submission: 	June 15, 2008
First round reviews: 	August 15, 2008
Resubmission by:	October 15, 2008
Final acceptance:	December 15, 2008
Publication in ECRA:	Late 2009, with pre-publication via 
www.sciencedirect.com 


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Optional abstracts to gauge the appropriateness of a research idea for
further development for the special issue are welcome, and may be
directed to any of the special issue editors for comment. Manuscripts
should be submitted online at ees.elsevier.com/ecra/ by the date of
initial submission, double-spaced in 11 or 12-point fonts, with no more
than 32 pages, inclusive of all references, figures and tables. As they
upload their papers, authors should make sure to select the correct
special issue.  Papers should be submitted so authors' names are not
revealed. 
Only original and unpublished papers will be considered.  

The guest editors of ECRA are committed to a two-month turnaround on the
first round of reviews for the Web 2.0 and Social Network special issue.

We will empanel a special issue editorial board for this purpose.  
Indications of willingness to participate from interested researchers
are welcome. The guest editors will respond with first-round review
comments on all papers no later than August 15, 2008.  All final
decisions will be made no later than the second round of review by
December 15, 2008, although some decisions will be made earlier, as
appropriate.

The guest editors will engage in 'developmental reviewing,' where the
research approach and content appear promising, but the paper needs
extension or improvements in presentation.  In such cases, additional
rounds of review may be required, or the paper may be further developed
for a regular issue of the journal, if the time available to complete
the special issue is a constraint. 

Bin Wang

Assistant Professor
Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods College of
Business Administration University of Texas-Pan American Edinburg, TX
78539
Email: [log in to unmask]
Phone: (956)381-3336
Fax: (956)381-3367

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