APS College of Community Psychologists

Publications

The Australian Community Psychologist

The Australian Community Psychologist [formerly Network] is the College's
refereed journal. It is published twice a year.


Current issue

 Volume 26, No 1, June 2014

Articles

Preparation, Submission and Publication of Manuscripts

Download Volume 26, No 1, June 2014


Editorial Board

Editor:

Lauren Breen
School of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Curtin University
Email: Lauren.Breen@curtin.edu.au

Production Editor:

Anne Sibbel
Reflective Practice
Email: asibbel@westnet.com.au 

Associate Editors

Meg Smith
Social Justice and Social Change, University of Western Sydney 

Carol Tutchener
Victoria University

Tahereh Ziaian
School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia

Shiloh Groot
Department of Psychology, University of Auckland
 
Charlotte Brownlow
Department of Psychology, University of Southern Queensland

Manuscript Reviewers

If you are interested in reviewing manuscripts for The Australian Community Psychologist, please email Lauren at Lauren.Breen@curtin.edu.au so that your name can be added to our Register of Reviewers.

Editorial information

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Call for reviewers

There are no current books for review thank you

Call for papers

THE AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGIST, Vol.26, Issue 1.

Special Issue on Work, Community and Citizenship

Editors: Charlotte Brownlow (University of Southern Queensland, Australia) Hanna Bertilsdotter
Rosqvist (University of Umeå, Sweden) & Lindsay O’Dell (The Open University, UK)

The first issue of 2014 will be a special issue devoted to discussions of work, community and citizenship, considering the importance of work for both community engagement and the crafting of individual identities. Contributions by community activists as well as academics and researchers are invited. Contributions which draw on theoretical frameworks relating to critical and community psychology are especially welcome; however we have an inclusive perspective.

We are seeking an examination of the concepts of work, community and citizenship within a global perspective, hence we welcome international contributions, particularly those that articulate with a critical engagement with globalisation. Submission of papers should be electronically as an email attachment in Microsoft Word. Please refer to the Australian Community Psychologist guide for detailed information on the preparation, submission and publication of manuscripts: http://www.groups.psychology.org.au/Assets/Files/Preparation_of_manuscripts.pdf

The deadline for submissions is Friday 10th January 2014. It is anticipated the issue will be published in May 2014.

Early discussion of possible contributions is encouraged by emailing one of the guest editors:

Charlotte Brownlow, charlotte.brownlow@usq.edu.au, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland 4352, Australia, (07) 4631 2982

Hanna Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, hanna.bertilsdotter@umu.se, Umeå university, S-901 87 Umeå, Sweden, +46-(0)703536899

Lindsay O’Dell, lindsay.odell@open.ac.uk, Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. MK6 7AA