Call for Papers: Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice

Posted by on June 8, 2009

Call for Papers for Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice
Deadline: June 30, 2009

The journal seeks contributions from community practitioners in many fields, including community psychology, but also including community development, public health, community organizing, and others. Articles will be a mix of peer-reviewed (e.g., articles and tools) and non-peer-reviewed (e.g., submissions from section editors for videos, book reviews and interviews) materials. Manuscripts are invited on a variety of topics related to the application of community practice in various settings. Manuscripts addressing the following topics are especially encouraged: Case studies of approaches to community psychology practice that would serve to teach others about values and techniques; Ethical and philosophical issues related to practice; Tools and materials that would be useful to share with other practitioners (such as professional development, new software, social media tips, etc.); Innovative partnership arrangements between practitioners and academics/researchers; Community applications of new or innovative intervention strategies; Policy advocacy and social environmental interventions to promote health and development; Evaluations of community interventions focusing on the utility for practitioners, as well as translation of evaluation/research into practice; Marketing of Community Psychology Practice; Jobs and Career Development; Lessons Learned; Sustainability/durability of interventions and policy initiatives; Other applied practice topics will be considered, open to editorial board interpretation and based on innovative submissions to the journal. For more information, please visit:

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