Please see the following request for unpublished studies to include in a meta-analysis on a disadvantaged group’s protest actions, future protest intentions, or militant attitudes supporting such actions (the dependent variables), including both normative and non-normative (radical) protest actions, including environmental protest groups.
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ISPP's Executive Committee has released a statement on racism.
Please see the following call for applications for the seventh Russian-European Research Papers Competition.
Free download of a book on the social psychology of Covid-19, written for both academics and interested others in order to try and have a broader impact and help in the efforts against the pandemic. Here is the link: https://www.socialsciencespace.com/2020/05/addressing-the-psychology-of-together-apart-free-book-download/
Please see the following with information on how to access the SPSSI-SASP videolibrary from the meeting they held in April 2019.
To All ISPP Members, please be advised: due to printing and distribution disruptions caused worldwide by the COVID-19 pandemic, Wiley-Blackwell, the publisher of Political Psychology and Advances in Political Psychology, will suspend the distribution of hard copies where applicable until further notice. Where delivery is still available, that will continue. Where not available, your hard copies will be held by distributors until they are cleared to resume delivery. Delivery may be spotty in some areas. All members will still have full online access to the journals and Early View with your ISPP membership, and we encourage you to utilize those.
There is an FAQ document from Wiley attached to this announcement. If you have additonal questions or concerns about this decision, please contact Wiley-Blackwell directly. Thank you.
Please see the following annoucenemtn regarding the University of Illinois-Chicago On-line Survey Research Certificate Program. There are three online courses, and applications for Spring 2020 are being accepted through 15 November 2019.
Available Online: INTL LGBTQ+ SCHOLARSHIP SYMPOSIUM: Current Work and Future Partnerships in Germany
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN GERMANY: VOICE CENTERED LISTENING METHOD WITH DATA FROM AN LGBTIQ RESEARCH PROJECT
Featured Speaker: Dr. Mechthild Kiegelmann
Available for remote attendance. 2 September 2019, 12:00-2:00 PM Central Time
See the attached flyer for more details and to register.
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