Journal of Socio-Informatics
The Journal of Socio-Informatics is published by the Japan Association of Social Informatics (JASI) in cooperation with the Japan Society for Socio-Information Studies (JSIS). The Japan Association for Social Informatics is vigorously active in many fields thanks to the participation and cooperation from not only scholars in a broad range of fields but also specialists and practitioners in the public fields of administration, industrial economy, city management, citizen welfare, and civilian life, in order to meet the academic, social, and practical needs for social informatics. The Journal of Socio-Informatics is active since 2008 and the journal 's full-text articles are accessible online.
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- In Search of a Paradigm of Socio-Informatics: On Socio...; 2010
- Breakthroughs in Socio-Informatics through Data-centric...; 2010
- Global Googlization and the Sharing of Memory; 2010
- Digital Archiving: Present Status and Issues for the...; 2010
- Socio-Cultural Differences in the Use of Personal...; 2008
- FtF and Mobile email Personal Networks and Loneliness...; 2008
- Cyberspace as Socio-psychological Space: Cross-Cultural...; 2008
- Supertemporal and Temporal-constrained Characters...; 2008