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Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society



The International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (iJETS), formerly The Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (AJETS), is a multi-disciplinary journal, focusing on the complex relationship between science and technology and their wider socio-cultural contexts. Perhaps more importantly, iJETS is designed as a forum for informed discussion and debate about the role of technology in society, drawing on a variety of viewpoints from all branches of the social and behavioural sciences and humanities.

The International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (iJETS), formerly The Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (AJETS), is a multi-disciplinary journal, focusing on the complex relationship between science and technology and their wider socio-cultural contexts. Perhaps more importantly, iJETS is designed as a forum for informed discussion and debate about the role of technology in society, drawing on a variety of viewpoints from all branches of the social and behavioural sciences and humanities.

As a web-only publication iJETS offers several benefits not normally found in print-based journals.

For authors, iJETS provides a peer-reviewed outlet for scholarly papers, without the long lag between submission and publication. The pace of technological development is so rapid that in many cases pieces published in traditional media are outdated by they time they reach the reader. A web-based journal can circumvent this to some extent, with the submission-to-publication timeframes being as short as two months in some cases.



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