The Cultural Psychology Research Group at the University of Kansas in collaboration with members of the Liberation Psychology Collective at the University of Costa Rica announce a call for papers on the theme of "Decolonizing Psychological Science" to appear as a special thematic section of the Journal of Social and Political Psychology (JSPP).
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In order to stimulate dialogue and create a sense of community among Junior Scholars, the blog is now accepting short (between 800- 1.000 words) submissions on the theme of identity. The deadline for submissions is the 1st January.
The Journal of Social and Political Psychology is now accepting submissions.
A special issue of Political Psychology on Narratives of (In) Security: Nationhood, Culture, Religion, and Gender, edited by Molly Andrews, Catarina Kinnvall and Kristen Monroe is seeking papers that focus on the psychological dimensions of narratives and myths.
Political scientists are increasingly using experiments to study important political and social phenomena. The logic of experimentation makes it an appealing and powerful methodological tool that enables scholars to establish causality and probe into the mechanisms underlying observable regularities. Experiments, because of their transparency, also enable researchers to communicate their findings to a broad audience. Although highly technical knowledge is not necessary for understanding the gist of experiments, experiments must be designed, administered, and analyzed with care and attention to detail.
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