Call for Chapters: Village Mobile Storytelling: Studies from China
Call for Chapters
Mobile Storytelling Series
Village Mobile Storytelling: Studies from China
Edited by Xiaoge Xu
In the context of the growing popularity of mobile communication and the increasing global efforts to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations, the unique governance model and sustainable development of Chinese villages have become the focus of world attention. How Chinese villages leverage mobile media, strengthen mobile communication and enhance village storytelling is especially worth sharing. Professor Xiaoge Xu from the University of Nottingham Ningbo has proposed to publish an edited book Village Mobile Storytelling: Studies from China as a volume of his Mobile Storytelling Series.
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: village governance, rural development, rural rejuvenation efforts, education, economy, culture, health, farmers, villagers, left-behind kids, left-behind senior villagers, left-behind women.
Papers submitted (academic research papers, case studies, or experience summaries) should not be published in other conferences, proceedings, and journals. The paper should not exceed 5000 words. All submissions should include a 200-word abstract, and 3-5 keywords. Please indicate the title, author's name, affiliation, email and other information on the first page. The submitted papers should be submitted in the form of E-mail attachment. Please use the standardized filename: village mobile storytelling- studies from China-author name-affiliation.
Deadline for submission: December 15, 2021
Deadline for notification of acceptance: December 31, 2021
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