Virtual Paper Development Workshop for the 'Organization' Special Issue on 'Online Identities'
*VIRTUAL PAPER DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP*
*FOR THE **ORGANIZATION** SPECIAL ISSUE ON ‘ONLINE IDENTITIES’*
*February 19th, 2021*
Marcos Barros, Rafael Alcadipani, Christine Coupland, and Andrew D. Brown,
Following the interest in the special issue on ‘Online Identities: The
Struggle for the Virtual Self’ the submission deadline for which is
May 1st 2021,
we are pleased to be able to announce its Virtual Paper Development
Workshop taking place on February 19th, 2021. This workshop has been
generously supported by *Organization*.
This workshop offers an opportunity for scholars to develop their ongoing
work related to online identities. The workshop will be developmental with
each paper having as a discussant one of the Guest Editors, Marcos Barros
(Grenoble École de Management), Rafael Alcadipani (FGV-EAESP), Christine
Coupland (Loughborough University), and Andrew Brown (University of Bath),
who will help authors prepare their manuscripts for the upcoming Special
Issue submission. Authors will also receive feedback from peers.
*Interested scholars should submit an extended abstract (no more than 3000
words) of their paper proposal to the Guest Editors via
<firstname.lastname@example.org> by January 22nd, 2021*. Your
submitted abstract should describe the project and research question,
theoretical framing and contribution, research design, preliminary
findings, and references. Authors will be notified via email on January 29,
2021 and will be given further details about the structure of the day.
Before the deadline, we are happy to provide feedback to people in advance
of January regarding whether their ideas are suitable for the SI.
*Logistics and Support to Participants*
The workshop will take place online at different time zones to accommodate,
authors from different time zones. It will consist of a maximum of 20
authors who, along with Guest Editors, will discuss papers and offer
developmental advice. The atmosphere will be collegial and informal, but
centred on progressing working papers with the objective of getting them
ready to be submitted to the Special Issue on ‘Online Identities’ at
There is no conference fee. Participants are expected to attend for the
Submission of abstract: January 22, 2021
Notification of acceptance: January 29, 2021
Workshop: February 19, 2021
*Contact for questions regarding the workshop:*