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Chris Frauenberger <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 30 Sep 2020 12:00:23 -0400
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Deadline for Abstract submissions extended to October 7, 2020

Abstract Deadline  (300 words): September 30 2020 >> October 7
Invitations to submit sent out: October 16  2020
Full paper deadline: December 21 2020
Expected publication: Summer 2021

Special Issue on Ethics in Child-Computer Interaction
Journal on Child-Computer Interaction (Elsevier)

Full details:

This special issue calls for contributions from researchers and practitioners in the extended field of CCI who critically reflect on the ethical and moral dimensions of their work. This may include fundamental questions and reflections on which research topics we should be pursuing, which technological futures we should be developing and/or how we face and mediate ethical issues and dilemmas when doing digital media and interactive research with and for children and young adults. 

Two different kinds of contributions can be submitted to this special issue: 
1.	Case Studies are shorter (up to 4000 words) articles that report on, discuss or reflect on ethical dimensions of CCI work 
2.	Long Papers (up to 8000 words) may also include case studies, but engage more deeply with ethics theory in the context of CCI and aim to make distinct contributions to theory and practice in the field. 

For this special issue we invite contributions including, but not limited to, the following:
•	Reports of case studies that showcase and reflect on ethical dimensions of CCI work
•	Best practices for ethical involvement of child participants and other stakeholders in the design and research of technology
•	Responsible design, innovation, and development of technology with and for children 
•	(Cross-)Cultural aspects of ethics in CCI research or practice 
•	Development of theory around ethics in CCI research 
•	Research studies or products that concern children's moral development related to interactive technology
•	Issues of social justice that are addressed through CCI research or practice
•	Interpretation of ethics from other fields to the field of CCI

Guest Editors:
Alissa N. Antle
Christopher Frauenberger
Monica Landoni
Jerry Alan Fails

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