Call for Contributions:


21-22 September 2021

(Submission Deadline: 24 May, 2021):

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After two successful editions, the international MISDOOM (Multidisciplinary International Symposium on Disinformation in Open Online Media) symposium returns for a 3rd edition, this time hosted by University of Oxford, United Kingdom on 21-22 September, 2021. This symposium welcomes researchers from multiple disciplines. Participants can discuss and contribute to the following (non-exclusive list of) topics:

  1. Cross-platform campaigns and their impact (e.g., diffusion of disinformation and manipulation, observations of campaigns and strategies, communication strategies, hate speech)
  2. Approaches to studying misinformation (e.g., qualitative approaches, case studies, quantitative approaches, experiments)
  3. User involvement with fake news on various platforms (e.g., engagement, viewership)
  4. Counter-measures on mis- and disinformation and manipulation (e.g., censorship policies, behavioral changes, education, professional codices, legal actions)
  5. Social networking platforms, censorship policies and impacts (e.g. policies to counter hate speech, health misinformation)
  6. Trending topics in mis- and disinformation research (e.g., health related fake news)

There are three submission tracks. Deadline for all Submissions: 24 May, 2021

  1. Social Science Track: Full papers for a special 2022 issue of Social Media + Society
  2. Computer Science Track: Full papers to be published with Springer LNCS proceedings (to be confirmed).
  3. Extended Abstracts: Authors are encouraged to submit an Extended Abstract.

Submit here by 24 May 2021:

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