Well-researched book chapters from scholars, practitioners and graduate students of communication and media studies are invited for publication in The Guru, a reader in communication and media studies in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Contributions which should be strictly position or theoretical papers are expected to be based on contemporary issues and trends like data journalism, online and multimedia journalism, online advertising, tech public relations, electronic marketing, ICT in social marketing, online broadcasting, podcasting, e-publishing, social media marketing, film and feminist studies, gender studies, communication in tourism, Weblogging and control, artificial intelligence and communication, innovations in development communication, online development communication, specialised development communication, communication technology in social work, AI and education revolution; and AI and visual communication.
Information for Contributors
1. The Editors reserve the right to, if necessary, restructure your contribution to meet the editorial taste of the book so long as the reconstructed version does not alter the import of your work.
2. Where a major editorial change is so made to the work, the chapter shall be returned to you for a possible reaction and a mutual resolution of the reaction made before it is finally published.
3. You are expected to adhere strictly to the 7th Edition of the APA style sheet, especially with regard to indentation of texts, reference documentation, pagination and citation of online sources.
4. Where necessary, your work can be illustrated with line drawings, cartoons or pictures, to spice up the pages and break the monotony of gray matter.
5. We expect your submission, which should be between 17 and 20 pages, spaced 1.5, to contain an used to display the teaser to your contention, the profile will be used under the heading of Contributors.
7. Your submission shall be considered late and so may not be used after September 30, 2023.
8. You may be requested at some point after the acceptance of your contribution, to encourage the publication with a fee which shall entitle you to about five copies of the book.
9. All submissions and/or inquiries should be forwarded to:
Call: 08037719048; 08037777346;
Professor Barigbon Gbara Nsereka, a professor of Development Communication and Journalism, is a former head, Department of Mass Communication, Faculty of Social Sciences and current Head, Department of Journalism and Media Studies, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Rivers State University, Port Harcourt.
Dr. Itieke-Idamieba Harry is an expert in International and Strategic Communication and Head, Department of Public Relations and Advertising, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Rivers State University.
Dr. Belema Chris-Biriowu is a film and feminist studies scholar and academic at the Rivers State University.