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International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP)

Published Quarterly. Est. 2010.
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DOI: 10.4018/IJEP, ISSN: 1947-9131, EISSN: 1947-914X
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Romm Livermore, Celia and Yasmin Ibrahim. "International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP)." (2010). Web. 22 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/IJEP

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Romm Livermore, C., & Ibrahim, Y. (2010). International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP). doi:10.4018/IJEP

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Romm Livermore, Celia and Yasmin Ibrahim. "International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP)," (2010), accessed (October 22, 2014), doi:10.4018/IJEP

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Description

The International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) establishes the foundations of e-politics as an emerging interdisciplinary area of research and practice, as well as offers a venue for publications that focus on theories and empirical research on the manifestations of e-politics in various contexts and environments. This journal encompasses diverse aspects of e-politics, including: strategy, e-commerce, decision sciences, marketing, economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, media studies, communication studies, women studies, black studies, political science, philosophy, law, criminology, and ethics.

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Mission

The mission of the International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) is to define and expand the boundaries of e-politics as an emerging area of inter-disciplinary research and practice by assisting in the development of e-politics theories and empirical models. The journal creates a venue for empirical, theoretical, and practical scholarly work on e-politics to be published, leading to sharing of ideas between practitioners and academics in this field. IJEP contributes to the creation of a community of e-politics researchers by serving as a “hub” for related activities, such as organizing seminars and conferences on e-politics and publication of books on e-politics.
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Reviews and Testimonials

The design, implementation, and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) are not just technical issues; they are intensely social and thus political. Further, ICTs now can be used to support, challenge, fragment, and unify political discourse and speech, so the International Journal of E-Politics is both timely and essential.

– Ronald E. Rice, University of California - Santa Barbara, USA

Successfully using social media was one of the most noted aspects of President Obama's presidential campaign. Electronic media is no longer used for information and for interaction, but now is a live media that changes constantly in our lives, thoughts, and beliefs. E-politics quickly replaces the printed media and the public gathering. It changes constantly at a pace and ways unknown to researchers. The International Journal of E-Politics fills a necessary gap that will enable us to monitor, understand, and change the ways e-politics work.

– E. Isaac Mostovicz, Janus Thinking Ltd., USA

IJEP provides a critical forum for debate on politics and policy within e-based societies, particularly as information, knowledge, and technology have become tools driving through change. IJEP captures this global debate better than anyone else.

– Andrew Kakabadse, Cranfield School of Management, UK and Nada Kakabadse, Northampton Business School, UK

In the rush to understand the value of information systems and technologies and to offer council on how such value can best be achieved, academic research has naturally focused on the private sector, where money and return on investment provide relatively easy-to-obtain measures of success. But, because the collection and flow of information is critical to a productive society, information systems provide an equal or, perhaps, greater value to humanity in the public sector than in the private sector. IJEP, with its focus on government, politics, and social responsibility, brings a much needed balance to the study of information, information systems, and information technology.

– Steven R. Gordon, Babson College, USA and Editor of the Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research

The theme of this journal meets an important need. The Internet is a rapidly expanding medium that has become the primary form of communication for many people around the world. The International Journal of E-Politics speaks to this revolutionary change and is much needed.

– Jack Quarter, University of Toronto, Canada

In the context of the information and knowledge society, in which the broadband networks are stimulating and increasing services as for the welfare state (e-health and e-learning) and the area of business (e-business), a key area of analysis is e-politics, an emerging interdisciplinary area of research and practice. In this respect, IJEP appears in the best moment to treat the sector as a contemporary form.

– Joan-Francesc Fondevila-Gascón, CECABLE, UAB, UAO, and UOC, Spain
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Indices

Bacon's Media Directory
Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS International)
The Index of Information Systems Journals
The Standard Periodical Directory
Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
Worldwide Political Abstracts (WPSA)
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Topics Covered

The International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) focuses on three major topic areas: the politics of information technology function and its role within organizations, the politics of virtual communities and social networking communities, and the role that electronic media plays in community activism and party politics at the local, national, and international levels. Within these major areas, specific topics of interest to be discussed in the journal include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • E-voting and electronically enabled e-government
  • Impact of globalization on the political role played by the IT unit within organizations
  • Impact of race and gender on electronically enabled political manipulations
  • Party politics and social activism
  • Politics of diffusion of change within organizations
  • Politics of social networking communities, including: learning communities, customers' communities, e-dating communities, gaming communities, support group communities, etc.
  • Politics of the IT function and role in organizations
  • Politics of virtual communities and social networking communities
  • Politics of geographically based virtual communities
  • Use of electronic media for surveillance manipulation and harassment
  • Use of electronic media in industrial and labor relations
  • Utilization of electronic media for governance and politicking at the municipal, state, national, and international levels
  • Utilization of electronic media for political debate, information sharing, political decision making, and fundraising
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Editor(s)-in-Chief Biography

Dr. Celia Romm Livermore is Professor at Wayne State University and the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP). She published seven books: Virtual Politicking (1999), Electronic Commerce: A Global Perspective (1998), Doing Business on the Internet (1999), Self-Service on the Internet (2008), Social Networking Communities and eDating Services (2008), Gender and Social Computing: Interactions, Differences and Relationships (2011), and E-Politics and Organizational Implications of the Internet: Power, Influence and Social Change (2012), and over 200 journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers. Her research was published in The Harvard Business Review, Communications of the ACM, Information & Management, Transactions on Information Systems and other journals.
Dr. Yasmin Ibrahim is a Reader in International Business and Communications at Queen Mary, University of London. She researches on new media technologies exploring the cultural dimensions and social implications in the appropriation of ICTs in different contexts and has written on a diverse range of issues. Beyond new media and digital technologies she writes on political communication and political mobilisation from cultural perspectives. Her other research interests include globalization, Islam, visual culture and memory studies. She is a visiting professor at MYRA School of Business in Mysore, India.
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Editorial Board

International Advisory Board
Ezendu Ariwa, University of Bedfordshire, UK
Carlo Bellini, UFPB, Brazil
Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic, University of New South Wales, Australia
Nico Carpentier, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
Changchit Chuleeporn, Texas A&M University, USA
Robert Davison, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Philip Ein-Dor, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Joan Francesc Fondevila i Gascón, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Seymour (Sy) Goodman, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Steven Gordon, Babson College, USA
Nada Kakabadse, Northhampton University, UK
Lynne Markus, Bentley University, USA
Marick Masters, Wayne State University, USA
Lorenzo Mosca, University of Roma Tre, Italy
Karine Nahon, University of Washington, USA
Prashant Palvia, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
Shailendra Palvia, Long Island University, USA
Nava Pliskin, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Shezaf Rafaeli, University of Haifa, Israel
Arik Ragowsky, Wayne State University, USA
Ron Rice, University of California - Santa Barbara, USA
Carol Saunders, University of Central Florida, USA
Ada Scupola, Roskilde University, Denmark
Antoinette Somers, Wayne State University, USA
Sandy Staples, Queens University, Canada
Cathy Urquhart, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Christine Williams, Bentley University, USA

Associate Editors
Itir Akdogan, University of Helsinki, Finland
Naveed Baqir, University of Delaware, USA
Andrea Calderaro, European University Institute, Italy
Anastasia Deligiaouri, Higher Technological Educational Institution of Western Macedonia, Greece
Virginia Kleist, West Virginia University, USA
Christopher Reddick, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Pierluigi Rippa, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy
Cherie Strachan, Central Michigan University, USA

International Editorial Review Board
Giulia Federica Airaghi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
Leslie Albert, San Jose State University, USA
Lucia Alujevic, University of Gent, Belgium
Nahed Amin Azab, The American University in Cairo, Egypt
Ingrid Bachmann, Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Shannon L. Bichard, Texas Tech University, USA
Barbara J. Chambers, Texas Tech University, USA
Mung Chiang, Princeton University, USA
Teresa Correa, Diego Portales University, Chile
Marino De Luca, University of Calabria, Italy
Douglas C. Derrick, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Sunrita Dhar-Bhattacharjee, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Vaia Doudaki , Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Olivier Driessens, Gent University, Belgium
Abbe E. Forman, ECPI University, USA
Angeliki Gazi, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Tim Hill, San Jose State University, USA
Jens Hoff, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Jakob Linaa Jensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Lara Khansa, Virginia Tech, USA
Jang Kim, Convergence College, DGIST, Korea
Brian S. Krueger, University of Rhode Island, USA
Brent Langhals, The Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
Christopher S. Leberknight, Montclair State University, USA
Azi Lev-On, Ariel University, Israel
Jöerg Matthes, University of Vienna, Austria
Isaac Mostovicz, Janus Thinking LTD, Hong Kong
Katherine Ognyanova, University of Southern California - Annenberg, USA
Steve Paulussen, University of Gent, Belgium
Tereza Pavlickova, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Ike Picone, Vrije Universiteit, Belgium
Harold Vincent Poor, Princeton University, USA
Roxana Radu, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland
Amit S. Rai, Queen Mary University of London, UK
Irena ReifovÃ, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
Luis F. Luna Reyes, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico
Joaquim Oaulo Serra, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Kristina Setzekorn, KSetzekorn Consulting, USA
Kevin Smets, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Shai Venkatsubramanyan, San Jose State University, USA
Kevin Wallsten, California State University, USA
Kevin Y. Wang, Butler University, USA
Felix Ming Fai Wong, Princeton University, USA
Hao Xiaoming, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Homero Gil de Zúñiga, University of Vienna, Austria
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