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Information Polity: A journal with much to achieve

Information Polity: A journal with much to achieve Information Polity 7 (2002) 171–173 IOS Press Inf ormation P olity : A journal with much to achieve In the statement of Scope and Aims that was drawn up one year ago as this new journal was launched, we boldly declared that the journal is both international and comparative in its perspectives and welcomes articles from scholars and practitioners throughout the world. In our first year, and into only our third substantive edition, we have been astonished by the way in which this particular aim has been realised. With only modest advertising we have thus far attracted multiple proposals and full articles from four northern European countries, from two southern European countries, from two Scandinavian countries, as well as from the US, South Africa, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. In part, this success is a function of one of the focal points of the journal itself, the pervasive information infrastructure through which, in this case, scholars and practitioners communicate worldwide. Just as we research and consult on the electronic networks of the information polity, so too we make use of academic and practitioner electronic networks ourselves. Our contributors have of course become aware of the journal through their http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Information Polity IOS Press

Information Polity: A journal with much to achieve

Information Polity , Volume 7 (4) – Jan 1, 2002

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IOS Press
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Copyright © 2002 by IOS Press, Inc
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1570-1255
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Information Polity 7 (2002) 171–173 IOS Press Inf ormation P olity : A journal with much to achieve In the statement of Scope and Aims that was drawn up one year ago as this new journal was launched, we boldly declared that the journal is both international and comparative in its perspectives and welcomes articles from scholars and practitioners throughout the world. In our first year, and into only our third substantive edition, we have been astonished by the way in which this particular aim has been realised. With only modest advertising we have thus far attracted multiple proposals and full articles from four northern European countries, from two southern European countries, from two Scandinavian countries, as well as from the US, South Africa, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. In part, this success is a function of one of the focal points of the journal itself, the pervasive information infrastructure through which, in this case, scholars and practitioners communicate worldwide. Just as we research and consult on the electronic networks of the information polity, so too we make use of academic and practitioner electronic networks ourselves. Our contributors have of course become aware of the journal through their

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Published: Jan 1, 2002

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