Please see the following announcement for details on a request for papers and studies for a meta-analysis on the effects of nonviolent (vs. violent) strategies adopted by social movements on people's attitudes toward supporting and/or joining the movement.
What's going on in ISPP?
This area of the site is for us to let you know what's going on in the world of ISPP, inform you of upcoming events and deadlines, and to provide our members with a place to share news and announce upcoming events and opportunities that they might have.
Most Recent Announcements
Following is an announcement regarding an online community organizing class called "Leadership, Organizing, and Action: Leading Change" being offered at the Harvard Kennedy School, which is now accepting applications.
Early Career Scholars: Are you looking to increase the visibility of your research or to find like-minded colleagues to collaborate with on future projects? One of the current goals of the ISPP's Early Career Committee (ECC) has been to promote the visibility of early career scholars through the ISPP Blog. With this goal in mind the ECC has launched a special call for articles with PhD students, Postdocs, and other early career researchers in mind. Submit your article to the Blog today!
Please see the Call for Articles: http://www.ispp.org/ecc/blog/a-call-for-articles-early-career-scholars-edition-2018
Please see the following announcement for details on the National Academy of Sciences’ SBS Decadal Survey and opportunities via IdeaBuzz.
Please see the following call for papers for a 2018 special issue of Political Psychology, "The Political Psychology of European Integration: Being mindful of Europe." Abstracts are due by 20 November 2017. Final manuscripts will be due 31 January 2018.
ISPP is now accepting abstract submissions for its 2018 Annual Meeting. Please see www.ispp.org/meetings for the Call for Papers and link to the submission web portal to submit your abstracts. The deadline is 16 December 2017.
The University of Delaware is searching for two tenured Associate Professors of Political Psychology. Please see the following announcement for details. Review of applications will begin 15 November 2017 and continue until the positions are filled. The posiitons begin September 2018.
Please see the following announcement. Rachel Tanur Memorial Prize for Visual Sociology is now accepting applications with a deadline of 24 January 2018.
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