A peer reviewed open access journal for empirical findings, methodology, and theory of social and behavioral science concerning the Internet and its implications for individuals, social groups, organizations, and society.
As a start-up journal that is devoted to highest standards of quality. Rejection rate: ca. 86%, estimated 2015 journal impact (minimum, because not all citations are known yet): 7.0, 5-year impact: 14.9 (Google Scholar), also see editorial of volume 11, issue 1. The International Journal of Internet Science appeared once each year in 2006-2016, and likely will appear twice each year beginning in 2018. Listing in the ISI Journal Citation Report is pending, the International Journal of Internet Science has been evaluated for inclusion and received notice by Thomson Reuters that it was accepted for inclusion in Web of Science, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI).
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The International Journal of Internet Science is an interdisciplinary, peer reviewed journal for the publication of research articles about empirical findings, methodology, and theory in the field of Internet Science. It provides an outlet for articles on the Internet as a medium of research and its implications for individuals, social groups, organizations, and society. Typical articles report empirical results gathered to test and advance theories in the social and behavioral sciences.