Hoping you are well. I am writing to present this initiative seeking collaboration for free with persons of similar interests. I am preparing a project proposal on ‘Special Topics’. To build a network or a working cluster of people who share similar interests. The cluster aims to include all members who want to participate with their articles for free on the following topics for now.
Briefly, this project aims to conduct critical research to advance our understanding of how discourse figures in social knowledge processes, social structures, and social change. This proposed project aspires to explore and investigate patterns, paths, dynamics of knowledge to propagate on social media platforms, mobilize (young) audiences and reinforce their legitimacy for wider online and/offline communities.
Our main discipline is in media and communication and methodologically, we usually employ critical discourse studies approach in my research. However, with the advancement of the internet and social media affordances, we claim and argue that we need to go beyond ‘traditional’ research methods towards inter-disciplinary framework(s). We need to see in practice dialogue between disciplines: critical discourse studies, computer science, psychology, political science, and possibly other disciplines.
While I am still writing this proposal, I am very interested to hear from and collaborate with members working on or interested in similar projects/ideas.
If you would like to collaborate for free together, exchange ideas, make a suggestion, have a question, first, please get in touch with me directly on my contact details below.
Looking forward to hearing from you and continue writing this project with you
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