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Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries

EJISDC IFIP 9.4 2015 Conference PhD/Graduate Student Special Issue

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We are pleased to announce this special Issue of papers for graduate  essay on urban society and pollution students either from the PhD Track or from other conference tracks at  http://ricettextorte.com/?for=the-martian-chronicles-essay the IFIP Working Group 9.4 13th International Conference on Social  go Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Negombo, Sri Lanka.  here This special issue is only for PhD or other graduate students who  writing songs presented a full paper at the conference. The special issue will accept 
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Papers should be expanded to the normal EJISDC article length of around  succession planning research paper 8,000-10,000 words. This provides authors an opportunity to present  http://militarymamanetwork.org/main.php?google=political-speech-writing findings and analysis in more detail than is possible in the conference  keywords for essay writing paper format. Authors are to be cautious when combining separate studies  into the paper to meet the expanded length requirements. The editors would prefer to see an expanded treatment of the accepted paper. 
Submissions should follow the EJISDC submission guidelines. Submissions will be subject to full (though expedited) review by the EJISDC editorial team. In your cover letter, please specify that the paper is an 'Extended Version of a IFIP 9.4 Conference Paper'.
 
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Special Issue Editors
Julian M. Bass, Senior Editor
Robert Davison, Editor-in-Chief
Devinder Thapa
Chris Westrup