[E-voting] Extended Call for Papers: Voting, Elections, and Technology

Patrick O'Beirne mail2 at sysmod.com
Tue Mar 9 09:15:33 GMT 2004


Fwd: Risks Digest 23.26

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Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 19:22:28 -0500 (EST)
From: Micah Altman <Micah_Altman at harvard.edu>
Subject: Extended Call for Papers: Voting, Elections, and Technology

Due to the scheduling of other journal issues, the SSCORE editor has given
us an opportunity to extend the original deadline for submissions to this
special issue until June 15.

   Call for Papers: *Voting, Elections, and Technology*
   a special issue of _Social_Science_Computer_Review_

This special issue of Social Science Computer Review will bring together a
collection of high quality academic work that extends, refines and
challenges our understanding of the use, state of the art, and challenges
associated with voting and election technology, broadly conceived.

This special issue will bring together papers that investigate specific
cases of the use of technology in voting and elections, as well as analysis
of policy, and reviews of the state of the art. Papers from a broad range of
social science perspectives are encouraged. Submissions can be in the form
of full papers (maximum 20 printed pages) or in the form of short papers (5
printed pages). Post-graduate students are particularly encouraged to submit
early work in the form of short papers.

  *Sample Topics*: E-voting, Online voter survey methods, Technologies for
election forecasting, Agent,based models of voting behavior, Web,based
campaign fundraising, Redistricting technology, Policy implications

[Abridged for RISKS.  For more on SCORE, see this URL:
  	http://hcl.chass.ncsu.edu/sscore/sscore.htm
]

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