Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
J Community Appl Soc Psychol
Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons.
ISSN (printed): 1052-9284. ISSN (electronic): 1099-1298.
The Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology will review and report concepts methods and experience relating to individual and social behaviour in the context of community problems. The journal will be international in scope reflecting the common concerns of community practitioners and researchers in Europe and worldwide. Emphasis will be given to: Innovative concepts and interventions Evaluation of methods and experience The promotion of well being and social justice Dialogue between researchers practitioners and lay members of the community. The content of the journal will include: Research papers which report quantitative and qualitative studies (or applications of case study methods) Review articles which survey theoretical developments or topics of major interest Innovations in practice brief reports by practitioners which describe interesting new developments and interventions Communications and commentary or informal accounts of new ideas initiatives or interventions in progress and commentaries on social legal medical educational or administrative developments from the community psychology perspective. Book and other media reviews Calendar of events conferences relevant to Community & Applied Social Psychology Debates and commentaries arising from the research and review articles will be warmly welcomed and encouraged and published as part of that section of the Journal. Contributions are invited on all aspects of Community & Applied Social Psychology including the psycho-social aspects of: Mental & Physical Health * Stress * Addictions * AIDS * Crime Police and Legal Processes in the Community * Deviance & Delinquency * Family Problems & Care * Social Competence Deprivation Poverty Homelessness * Organization of Treatment Environments * Health Education & Social Services * Community Care Community Centres & Programmes * Voluntary & Informal Care & Community Action * Professional Issues for Psychologists & Community Practitioners.
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