Social Science Computer Review (SSCR) is an interdisciplinary journal covering social science instructional and research applications of computing, as well as societal impacts of information technology. Published bi-monthly, topics include: artificial intelligence, business, computational social science theory, computer-assisted survey research, computer-based qualitative analysis, computer simulation, economic modeling, electronic publishing, geographic information systems, instrumentation and research tools, public administration, social impacts of computing and telecommunications, software evaluation, and world-wide web resources for social scientists.
Because the uses and impacts of computing are interdisciplinary, so is Social Science Computer Review. The journal is of direct relevance to scholars and scientists in a wide variety of disciplines. In its pages, you'll find work in the following areas:
- political science
- computer literacy
- computer applications
To provide complete and balanced coverage, Social Science Computer Review presents you with a unique range of scholarship, including:
- Articles... leading scholars explore the economic, political and social ramifications of computing technologies and society, as well as the issues surrounding them. Various forms of computing are examined to identify opportunities for enhancement and advancement and provide you with authoritative scholarship on how computing affects society and the social scientist
- Software Reviews... in each issue, extensive reviews on the functionality of the broad range of software used by social scientists direct you immediately to the programs you need in your work
- Symposiums... special sections devoted to examining issues of current concern provide you with focused and balanced coverage of important topics
- Reports and Communication... brief updates, descriptions and insights keep you up to date with the latest work, thinking and developments in the field
- Book Reviews... thoughtful and considered evaluations of current literature keep you informed about the best and most useful work in the field
- News and Notes... each issue brings you comprehensive and current listings of online sites, services and products, so that you know what''s available in the wide range of areas covered by the journal
Unique Scope Social Science Computer Review is an interdisciplinary journal covering social science instructional and research applications of computing, as well as societal impacts of informational technology. Topics included: artificial intelligence, business, computational social science theory, computer-assisted survey research, computer-based qualitative analysis, computer simulation, economic modeling, electronic modeling, electronic publishing, geographic information systems, instrumentation and research tools, public administration, social impacts of computing and telecommunications, software evaluation, world-wide web resources for social scientists. Interdisciplinary Nature Because the Uses and impacts of computing are interdisciplinary, so is Social Science Computer Review. The journal is of direct relevance to scholars and scientists in a wide variety of disciplines. In its pages you'll find work in the following areas: sociology, anthropology, political science, economics, psychology, computer literacy, computer applications, and methodology.
|G. David Garson||North Carolina State University, USA|
|Ronald E. Anderson||University of Minnesota, USA|
|Michael D. Fischer||University of Kent, UK|
|Orville V. Burton||Clemson University, USA|
|Michael Parkin||Oberlin College, USA|
|Anja S. Göritz||University of Freiburg, Germany|
|William H. Dutton||University of Oxford, UK|
|Jennifer Suzanne Earl||University of Arizona, USA|
|Michael Bosnjak||University of Mannheim, Germany|
|Mark R. Altaweel||University College London, UK|
|Micah Altman||Director of Research - MIT Libraries, USA|
|Matthew Barnidge||University of Alabama, USA|
|Jody C. Baumgartner||East Carolina University, USA|
|Shelley J. Boulianne||Grant MacEwan University, Canada|
|Nate Breznau||University of Bremen, Germany|
|Wenhong Chen||University of Texas at Austin, USA|
|Mick Couper||University of Michigan, USA|
|Pasquale De Meo||University of Messina, Italy|
|Don A. Dillman||Washington State University, USA|
|Mila Gascó||University at Albany, State University of New York, USA|
|Homero Gil de Zuniga||University of Vienna, Austria|
|Eszter Hargittai||University of Zurich, Switzerland|
|Linda Little||Northumbria University, UK|
|Oscar Westlund||Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway|
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