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Essays: On Communities
This section is for quick publication of essays by qualified authors on the present and future of communities of all sorts, all around the world. It looks to provide a space for open-ended discussions on the main subject of the Journal. Review will be conducted by the Editor of the Journal.
For Points of View submitted for the extraordinary, non-sequential issue dedicated to the celebration of Michael Gurstein's life and work.
Special Issue: Designing Participation for the Digital Fringe
Only refereed articles for the Special Issue on Designing Participation for the Digital Fringe.
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