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Journal of Social Issues
By Sheri R. Levy, Journal of Social Issues, Editor-Elect, 2010-2013
I am delighted to report that the flow of high-quality submissions to JSI remains 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
The first issue of 2010 will be in print soon. Carey S. Ryan and Juan F. Casas assembled an impressive group of scholars whose qualitative and quantitative work from diverse fields of study provides us with a better and fuller understanding of Latinos and Latino Immigrants in the U.S. I am very much looking forward to seeing this issue in print and seeing its impact on future work in this area. Rick Hoyle and his editorial board helped oversee this issue, and I am thankful for their tremendous input and insights.
In 2010, you will notice that JSI has a new cover design. I am grateful to Johnny Siever and his team at John Wiley & Sons for all their superb and creative design suggestions for the new cover of JSI.
JSI Issues in Development
We continue to have many high-quality, exciting issues in development that reflect the wide range of significant social issues of interest to JSI readers.
The Changing Landscape of Intergroup Relations in South Africa, Gillian Finchilescu & Colin Tredoux
Social Stigma and Social Disadvantage, Manuela Barreto & Naomi Ellemers
Immigrants and Hosts: Perceptions, Interactions, and Transformations, Kay Deaux, Victoria Esses, Richard Lalonde, & Rupert Brown
The Reality of Contemporary Discrimination: The Consequences of Hidden Bias in Legal, Employment, and Health Care Contexts, Jason A. Nier & Samuel L. Gaertner
Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid: Research Addressing Academic and Career Success of Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering, Martin Chemers & Moin Syed
75 Years of Social Science for Social Action: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on SPSSI’s Legacy. Alexandra Rutherford, Frances Cherry, & Rhoda Unger
Impact Validity as a Framework for Advocacy-Based Research, Ricardo E. Barreras & Sean G. Massey
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 for her tremendous assistance.
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