The Journal of Cyberspace Studies [JCSS] is an international peer-reviewed open access journal with no publication charges, costs or fees for publication.
The JCSS is biannually published by University of Tehran on behalf of the “Cyberspace Policy Research Center” and the “UNESCO Chair on Cyberspace and Culture: Dual Spacization of the World” with links to UNESCO's IFAP thematic priorities.
The JCSS welcomes reviews of recently published scholarly monographs and textbooks that provide analysis and comment that can contribute to the advancement of the journal’s scope.
The Review Editor determines the length of a review; review of a single textbook or monograph is 750-1200 words and review of two or more titles 1500-2500 words.
We expect the reviewers to provide short, accessible and authoritative reviews in a timely manner. Reviewers undertake reviews without any payment; however, they can keep the books they have covered.
While we expect reviewers to deploy their scholarly expertise in reviewing books in their subfields, we also hope that all book reviews will be readable for the broader readership
Submission and Inquiries:
We welcome proposals for review articles. To request a book to review or other related inquiries, contact the Review Editor, Alireza Salehi Nejad, at email@example.com.
Please clarify the theme, its significance, the list of book(s) to be covered, and provide us with your name, institutional affiliation and brief details of your research interests and publications.
Academic press and publishers can contact the Review Editor for submitting review copies.
Please send all books for review to:
Alireza Salehi Nejad
Cyberspace Research Policy Center, Faculty of World Studies, Northern Campus of University of Tehran, between 15th & 16th st., Northern Amir Abad, Tehran, Iran.