Call for Papers GOR 17, 15-17 March 2017 in Berlin, Germany
Oct 18 2016
Call for presentations and abstract submissions for the General Online Research conference (GOR 17), 15-17 March 2017, Berlin, Germany.
The conference language is English.
Deadline for abstract submissions:
- Until 15 November 2016: abstract submissions for tracks A, B, C and GOR Thesis Award 2017 competition
- Until 1 December 2016: abstract submissions for GOR Best Practice Award 2017 competition
- Until 24 January 2017: submissions for posters and GOR Poster Award 2017 competition
GOR is organized by the German Society for Online Research (DGOF, http://www.dgof.de) since 1997.
Local Organizer: Prof. Dr. Holger Lütters, HTW Berlin (University of Applied Sciences)
Submissions at https://www.gor.de/gor17/
Further information at http://www.gor.de
Long version of the call: https://www.gor.de/wp-content/uploads/20
Main topics: Online Research Methodology, Data Science & Big Data, Electoral Research & Political Communication and Online Market Research
All submissions relevant to digital research are welcome. Presentations in the past years covered a broad range of topics, be it online surveys or research methodology concerning the Internet or social aspects of the Web as well as online market research. Since 1997, GOR has been attended by more than 300 researchers and other professionals each year who want to stay on top of new developments and best practices for their work in academia and business.
This year the conference seeks submissions in:
- Internet Surveys, Mobile Web, and Online Research Methodology (A)
- Big Data and Data Science (B)
- Electoral Research and Political Communication (C)
The programme committee invites presenters from academia, business, official statistics, the government and all other sectors.
The quality is maintained by a double blind peer reviewing system.
We look forward to receiving your abstract submission.
You can find the complete call for papers and further information at http://www.gor.de.
Dr. Cathleen Stützer
on behalf of the GOR17 programme committee
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