The Society for the
Psychological
Study of Social Issues

    

 


   Journal Of Social Issues
   Sheri R. Levy, Editor, 2010-2013


We have many eye-opening issues recently in print and at the publishers.  I hope you had a chance to read the third issue of 2011 (Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid: Research Addressing Academic and Career Success of Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering, Issue Editors: Moin Syed & Martin Chemers) and the fourth issue of 2011 (Towards a Social Psychology of Globalization, Issue Editors: Chi-yue Chiu, Peter Cries, Carlos Torelli, & Shirley Cheng).  The first issue of 2012 is Systems of Privilege: Intersections, Awareness, & Applications (Issue Editors, Kim Case & Jon Iuzzini). I am very much looking forward to seeing this issue in print and seeing its impact on future work in this area. 

Issues in Development

The flow of high-quality submissions to JSI remains high and continues to reflect the wide range of social issues of interest to JSI readers. Below is our upcoming lineup of outstanding issues.

The Reality of Contemporary Discrimination: The Consequences of Hidden

Bias in Legal, Employment, and Health Care Context

Issue Editors: Jason A. Nier & Samuel L. Gaertner

The Intersection of Psychology and Globalization

Issue Editors: Jeannette Diaz-LaPlante & Sabrina Zirkel

Sustainability in Combining Career and Care

Issue Editors: Marloes van Engen, Claartje Vinkenburg, & Josje Dikkers

The Aftermath of Genocide: Psychological Perspectives

Issue Editors: Johanna Vollhardt & Michal Bilewicz

Our international Editorial Board has been hard at work, and I am very thankful for their expert advice.  I am pleased to announce that Dominic Abrams (Professor, University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom) has recently joined our Editorial Board.  Please view our Editorial Board at http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&pageid=687

Wiley-Blackwell: Online Library

Wiley continues to improve and expand their services.  Recently, Wiley updated the webpages for JSI.  Please see: www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/jsi

Contact JSI

I hope you will contact me by email (Journal_of_Social_Issues@notes.cc.sunysb.edu) about your ideas for issues for JSI. For Instructions for Submissions to JSI, please see http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&pageid=786.  I want to thank Susan Dudley for her tremendous assistance with JSI webpages on the SPSSI website.


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