Griffith University ePress

Griffith University ePress offers a suite of web based tools that assist in managing the complete cycle of journal publication from author submission, peer review, editing and through to publication.

Traditional text based scholarship can now be supported with:
  • audio and video podcasting capabilities
  • increased metrics
  • journal content indexing by major search engines such as Google, Google Scholar, Yahoo and OAIster. 
Griffith University ePress aims to extend the reach and impact of the University's research by making content available to a global audience.

Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture

Dancecult is a peer-reviewed, open-access e-journal for the study of electronic dance music culture (EDMC). A platform for interdisciplinary scholarship on the shifting terrain of EDMCs worldwide, the journal houses research exploring the sites, technologies, sounds and cultures of electronic music in historical and contemporary perspectives. To get started, register here. Join the Dancecult-l mailing list.

Dancecult is an activity of the Dancecult Research Network whose webportal features a moderated user-updatable reference archive with EDMC researcher profiles and resource lists. Note. When the DRN webportal was re-launched in June 2018, all profiles and references archived in 2010 were migrated. Please update profiles and submit entries to the People & References lists (under Resources). 

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Journal of Social Inclusion

The Journal of Social Inclusion (JoSI) is a peer-reviewed academic journal that will contribute to current knowledge and understanding of the social processes that marginalise individuals, families and communities. The journal will be published bi-annually under the guidance of an International Editorial Advisory Board. The Journal of Social Inclusion (JoSI) is an initiative of the School of Human Services and Social Work, Griffith University.

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Journal of Alternative and Community Media

The Journal of Alternative and Community Media is an online, academic journal for the publication of high-quality, peer-reviewed international research.

The journal aims to highlight and promote the study of alternative and community media and communication, which includes citizens′ media, participatory media, activist and radical media and the broader forms of communication that these groups might undertake. The Journal locates this scholarship within the media and cultural research disciplines.

This field of study continues to grow and demonstrates increasing relevance in the digital age. The Journal of Alternative and Community Media recognises the need for strong empirical and theoretical advances which help explain the shifting media environment, and the ways in which people use alternative forms of media and communication. Issues of concern to the journal include but are not limited to the nature and distribution of media power; access to and participation in media; media practices of communities and social movements; diverse objectives, practices and structures within alternative and community media; state support and media regulation; and the possibilities of emerging technologies and new media.

The Journal of Alternative and Community Media will define the field, present exciting, new research and advance the study of alternative and community media around the world.

The journal seeks submissions from international authors conducting quality, rigorous research. All articles are subject to the highest standards of peer review under the guidance of an international Editorial Advisory Board comprised of leaders in the field.


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Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity

The Griffith Journal of Law & Human Dignity strives to advance personal freedom and human dignity through fearless and novel scholarship. The Journal is committed to big picture analysis, transformative approaches to law, and giving voice to those who have been silenced, disenfranchised or marginalised.

ISSN: 2203-3114

The Journal publishes twice per year. The deadlines for submission are:

January 31st

July 31st

We are currently seeking manuscripts for our upcoming special issue; 'Law & Human Dignity in the Technological Age', with the deadline of submission being the 31st of May 2018.

In an age that blurs the boundaries of code, humanity, and machine, artificial intelligence is touted as both progress and peril. What might this mean for the future of law and human dignity? What proposals can we make to resolve the prominent issues that are developing? This special issue invites contributions that address and question law & human dignity and their nexus with technology in the 21st century and beyond.

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