Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication

Social networking is not only a means to communicate but also an aspect of every individual's life. This significant role in recent years has led to research on the characteristics of social networking services, features of significant social networking services, and the role they play in the everyday life of people. Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication is an international and peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the dissemination of research findings in the field of social networking and communication. The particular focus of the Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication is on types of social networking services, theories underpinning acceptance and use of technology, and behavioral intention to use social media and the internet to interact with others. The intercontinental advisory board of Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication invites authors to submit original articles, empirical studies, case studies, and research reports concerning social networking services. At Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication, we expect the authors to abide rules of conducting ethical research. The accredited editorial board of Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication will have a close look at every single manuscript submitted and are sensitive to issues such as ghostwriting, unethical research practices, and inscrutable research reports. Affirm Journal of Social Networking and Communication abides Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing suggested by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Scopus.

Scope and Focus

Acceptance and Use of Technology
Age and Social Networking Services
Experience and Social Networking Services
Gender and Social Networking Services
Social Networking and Business
Social Networking Services
Social TV
Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Communication
Social Media Applications
Social influence
Motivation to Use Social Networking Services

Editor in chief

Logh

Abstracting and Indexing

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