Call for Papers – GEMInIS Journal

The GEMInIS Journal is announcing the opening of the call for papers for its forth edition. At this time, the publication will focus in articles that can be framed in its dossier “Digital Activism”. The objective is to promote analysis and debates about strategies of mobilization  used by activists in different media platforms.

Apart from the main dossier related works, this periodic is willing to receive academic papers that may approach themes linked to the communication and audiovisual field of studies. Essays, interviews and book reviews (about publications recently published in Brazil or any part of the world).

Papers must be submitted until April 08, 2012 by email to the following address: The text can be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English. Article’s extension must be .DOC or similar Microsoft Word compatible files, and the text size must fit from 7 pages (around 2500 words) to 25 pages (circa 11300 words). The text structure, including it’s abstract, images and tables have to be adapted to the current ABNT publishing rules.

The authors have to attach to the work an “authorization term for publishing”, signed by themselves in the following worlds. “I ___________ (complete name of the author), in the case of my paper being selected by the magazine editorial committee, authorize the publication of my article _____________ (title of the article), written by _______ (names of the authors) in the periodic“. This term must be sent in PDF or JPG formats.

Rules for publication.

About GEMInIS Journal: Exclusively online publication of biannual periodicity, linked to the Group of Studies about Interactive Media in audiovisual. (Grupo de Estudos de Mídias Interativas em Imagem e Som – GEMInIS). The group is supported by the post-graduation program in Image and Sound of the Federal University of São Carlos (UFScar). The publication approach themes  like: mediatic and cultural convergence, audiovisual narratives, participatory culture, media franchises, serial audiovisual fiction, transmediatic narratives, market and digital economy, cinematographic and televisive production and also video games.

Chief Editor: Prof. Dr. João Carlos Massarolo (