CALL FOR PAPERS
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND COMMUNICATION. OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
Deadline for articles: 30/11/2023.
Publication: January-July 2024.
Guest Editors: Xosé López-García, Santiago de Compostela University, and María Cruz Negreira-Rey, Santiago de Compostela University.
Artificial intelligence has made a definitive breakthrough in several professional sectors. While some advocate the potential multi-tasking uses and advantages that AI presents, others fear its challenges and ethical implications (Ouchchy, Coin & Dubljević, 2020). In this context, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has also been placed at the center of academic debate. Tripodos 55 wants to contribute from its pages. Read the complete call
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CALL FOR PAPERS
MEDIA AND MENTAL HEALTH
Deadline for articles: 15/03/2022
Publication: June 2022
Prof. María Eugenia Fernández, Catholic University of Uruguay (Uruguay)
Prof. Gavin Adamson, Ryerson University (Canada)
It is estimated that 970 million people globally suffer from any mental health or substance use disorders (Statista, 2021). Actually, around the 20% of the world children and adolescents have a mental health condition, which now could cause 1 in 5 years lived with disability (World Health Organization, 2021). Already in 2019, among all diseases, depression was the second cause of global burden of disease and suicide was the second leading cause of death in young people aged 15-29 (ISGlobal, 2021). At the same time, stigmatizing attitudes towards people living with a severe mental illness like schizophrenia worsened in the period from 1990 to 2012 (Schomerus et al, 2012).
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Tripodos accepts original articles of any topic for Fonaments section. The journal publishes two issues per year: June and December.
Tripodos also accepts proposals for monographs. The proposal must include a title, a summary of the objectives and topical content, the name of the coordinator’s (or coordinators’) institution, as well as a justification of the interest of the proposed monograph and of possible groups interested in participating. As a general rule, the monographs must contain a minimum of five articles and a maximum of seven. The Editing Board of Tripodos will evaluate the proposals for monographic publications. Proposals for monographs must be sent to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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