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Subject: SPOON-ANN: CfP: Journal Cognition, Communication, Co-operation (tripleC)
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 17:53:53 +0200


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CALL FOR PAPERS ^÷ tripleC: E-Journal for Cognition, Communication,
Co-operation (http://triplec.uti.at)

Papers dealing with topics in the fields of information and knowledge
research, information society, communication studies, cultural studies,
media studies, cybernetics and systems thinking, semiotics, philosophy of
science, cognitive science, inter- and transdisciplinary studies, philosophy
and sociology of knowledge, philosophy and sociology of technology, are
welcome and can be submitted per e-mail to Christian Fuchs
(christian-AT-igw.tuwien.ac.at), Managing Editor of tripleC.

tripleC is a transdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal.

Its aims are:

-to provide a forum to discuss the challenges humanity is facing today;

-to promote contributions within an emerging science of the information age
*that helps shape technology for a sustainable global information society
*dealing with cognition, communication and co-operation processes in human,
artificial, and natural systems,
*making use of cross-disciplinary methods bridging the gap between "hard"
and "soft" science;

-to make available articles ranging from philosophy, through evolutionary
systems thinking to information science, including physical info-dynamics
through bio-information studies to information society research, from
cognitive science through communication studies to inquiries into
co-operation, from semiotics through the science of collective intelligence
to information technology research, and from science^÷technology^÷society to
social technology and informatics.

   

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