Digital Policy Studies is an open-access, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal focused on the empirical, critical and intersectoral study of subjects related to digital policy and the fourth industrial revolution, cybersecurity, the digitalisation of politics, the digital economy, information and communication technology, the convergence of technology and society, new media and related topics. The Journal publishes research articles, review articles and policy commentary in designated sections.
VOL. 1, ISSUE 1 (May 2022)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Social Media and 2019 Governorship Elections in Nasarawa State
Stephen Nnaemeka Azom and Victor Olaku
Technology and Welfare: Investigating the Relationship between the Ownership of Technology-Based Assets and Subjective Measures of Well-Being
Alexander C. O’Riordan
The Nationalist Dimensions of Internet Blackouts in Africa: A Critical Examination of Cameroon and Nigeria’s Cyber Sovereignty
Floribert Patrick C. Endong
Addressing Corruption, Poverty and Health Capacity Through e-Governance and Economic Diversification (Evidence from 2020)
The Adoption and Challenges of Digital Voter Registration for 2021 Municipality Elections in the Forecasts of Electronic Voting in South Africa
Digital Sovereignty and Financial Surveillance: An Analysis of Privacy Issues with CBDCs
Ridwan Oloyede and Faith Obafemi
New ‘New’ Diplomacy: A New Dawn Emerges
Robyn Ehryn Williams
The journal publishes two issues a year (May and November) and a special edition in between will be considered from time to time. Issues are available on an open access basis. Digital Policy Studies invites manuscripts all through the year, submitted through its website. Submissions can be research article, review articles or essays. All submissions must be between 4000 and 7000 words long, prepared according to the Author guidelines.
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Please send any queries to Managing Editor Dr Tinuade Ojo at email@example.com.