The JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS STUDIES (JIOS) supports innovative approaches in the study of international organizations. We particularly welcome papers that explore new grounds and transcend the traditional perspective of international organizations as merely the sum of its members states and their policies
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This is a reminder that submissions for the 33rd annual meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists (SSSP) are due Sept. 1, 2011 (midnight EST). This year we are accepting submissions for poster presentations, 15 minute oral presentations, AND symposia. We are pleased to have Dr. Barbara Fredrickson delivering the keynote address at SSSP, and we encourage you to be part of what promises to be a fantastic program by submitting your abstracts for posters, talks, and symposia.
The 18th IAICS International Conference Call for Submissions Theme: Cultural Convergence and Conflict in Global Context: Rethinking the Phenomenon of Glocalization June 8-11, 2012, Yuan Ze University, Chung-Li, Taiwan
The Political Behavior Research Group (PolBeRG) at the Central European University (CEU) together with the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) cordially invites you to the Political Psychology Networking Conference for the Post-Communist Region. Conference will be held this fall at the Central European University in Budapest (November 25-27, 2011).
Political Behavior Research Group (PolBeRG) and the Department of Political Science at the Central European University (CEU), in Budapest, Hungary are jointly advertising a two-year experimental political research post-doctoral position to begin in the fall of 2012.
Proposals are being sought for Hyde Graduate Student Research Grants. These grants, each up to $500, are awarded to doctoral psychology students to support feminist research.
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.
The Project on Middle East Political Science is delighted to announce a call for proposals for Fall 2011 POMEPS Research Grants. The competition is open to academic political scientists at any career stage, from graduate students to senior faculty. Awards of up to $4000 can be used to support travel to the Middle East for research.
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