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Oxford Studies in Digital Politics

Digital communication technologies are central to political, social, economic, and cultural life. This book series brings together scholars with an interest in understanding the information and communication environments which shape -- and are shaped by -- politics and policy-making. The series is concerned with theoretical and conceptual debates, all institutions and behaviour associated with digital media, and policy issues. It provides an important, high-profile publishing outlet for a range of talented authors, both established and up-and-coming.

The series is multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, drawing upon perspectives in media and communication, journalism studies, political science, international relations, sociology, policy sciences, law, public administration, cultural studies, economics, management, information science, and human geography.

Series books have been recognised with multiple distinguished international book awards—16 awards as of 2020.

How to Submit a Proposal

Potential authors should submit a covering letter, a copy of their CV or résumé, a book proposal, and sample chapters from the work (if available) to the series editor, Andrew Chadwick by email (a.chadwick@lboro.ac.uk) in both Word and PDF format (see contact information at the bottom of this page).

About the Series Editor

Series Editor: Andrew Chadwick is Professor of Political Communication in the Department of Communication and Media at Loughborough University, where he is also director of the Online Civic Culture Centre (O3C).

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