JSI Editor, 2010-2013
I am delighted to report that the flow of high-quality submissions to JSI remains very high. Our international Editorial Board has been hard at work, and I am very thankful for their expert advice. Please view our Editorial Board at http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&pageid=687.
We have many exciting issues recently in print and at the publishers. I hope you had a chance to read the last issue of 2010 (Immigrants and Hosts: Perceptions, Interactions, and Transformations, Issue Editors: Kay Deaux, Victoria Esses, Richard Lalonde, & Rupert Brown) and the first issue of 2011 (75 Years of Social Science for Social Action: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on SPSSI’s Legacy, Issue Editors: Alexandra Rutherford, Frances Cherry, & Rhoda Unger). Soon, the second issue of 2011 will be published (Anti-Gay Ballot Initiatives: The Social, Psychological, and Policy Implications, Issue Editors: Adam Fingerhut, Ellen Riggle, & Sherry Rostosky). Please take note of our upcoming lineup of outstanding issues below.
Issues in Development
Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid: Research Addressing Academic and Career Success of Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering
Martin Chemers & Moin Syed
Towards a Social Psychology of Globalization
Chi-yue Chiu, Peter Cries, Carlos Torelli, & Shirley Cheng
The Reality of Contemporary Discrimination: The Consequences of Hidden Bias in Legal, Employment, and Health Care Context
Jason A. Nier & Samuel L. Gaertner
Impact Validity as a Framework for Advocacy-Based Research
Ricardo E. Barreras & Sean G. Massey
Systems of Privilege: Intersections, Awareness, & Applications
Kim Case & Jon Iuzzini
The Intersection of Psychology and Globalization
Jeannette Diaz-LaPlante & Sabrina Zirkel
The Aftermath of Genocide: Psychological Perspectives
Johanna Vollhardt & Michal Bilewicz
Sustainability in Combining Career and Care
Marloes van Engen, Claartje Vinkenburg, & Josje Dikkers
I hope you will contact me by email (Journal_of_Social_Issues@notes.cc.sunysb.edu) about your ideas for issues for JSI. Please check out the JSI website (http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewpage&pageid=786) for recent updates. I want to thank Susan Dudley and Alex Ingrams for their tremendous assistance.