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Small Grants Program, Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence

Posted by Emma O'Dwyer •

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Division 48 of the American Psychological Association invites applications for small grants for projects that will foster the development of the field of peace psychology through research, peace education, and the application of peace psychology in community settings. Grant applications may request between $300 and $1,500.

The Society welcomes applications from anyone with the qualifications to conduct the proposed project, including graduate students and persons from all nations. Approximately half of the grants will be awarded to graduate students or persons early in their careers. Membership in the society is required to receive, but not to apply, for a grant.

To apply for a grant, please read the instructions on the Division 48 website http://www.peacepsych.org/

The deadline for applications is March 31, 2014.

 

There are 2 comments.

1. Adrienne Jones

I think that Psychology used to involve peaceful resolutions and problem solving through researched and applied learning projects are great for long-term applications in thoughtful discourse on how persons outside of diplomatic relations can consider not only opinion but also personality perspectives on how to negotiate successful relationships. That I think there is no presumption that a person or group of persons are only required to do this in the instance of an emergency, crime resolution or as political salve prompted a second look at the many ways the American Psychological Association might consider looking at a "political" tag on a very person driven approach to examining relationships. I am familiar with Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution theories, Psychology as a discipline is very different in it's theoretical approach. However, it is great that there are thoughtful people who consider relationship examination. I did read that one university examines the concept of Peace Psychology in the Social Psychology area discipline in it's department study.

1. Enock Mac'Ouma

Hallow there!

Please let me know whether this small grants program still exists.

Thank you.

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