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October 26, 2007

New book reviews editor for Ethical Space

Filed under: News, ethical space editors blog, Headlines — icetemp @ 7:51 pm

Ethical Space now has a book reviews editor in the southern hemisphere, complementing the work of Prof. John Tulloch in the north.
Dr Mary Griffiths, who is associate professor and head of media at the University of Adelaide, Australia, researches the diverse political and social outcomes of new media practices, especially the cultural and ethical contexts of e-democracy, censorship regimes, e-citizens, citizen journalism, social networking online, online participation and learning, and mobile media. She will enrich the journal through her academic networks in Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

Dr Griffiths is an associate editor for EJEG: the electronic journal of e-government and on the editorial boards of the Journal of E-Government and Southern Review: Communication, Politics and Culture. On the conference executive of the annual European Conference in E-Government, she initiated, and chairs, the e-democracy track.
Her recent publications include Media-savvy professionals: Intranets and reinventing government (EJEG 2007) and she co-authored a chapter on online pedagogy, The pastoral in virtual space: A tale of two systems and how e-learning practitioners remake them.
The reviews editors welcome suggestions for titles to review and offers to review items. Please contact either editor, at jtulloch@lincoln.ac.uk and mary.griffiths@adelaide.edu.au.

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