Call for Papers (JSACP)

Call for Papers
Journal for Social Action in Counseling & Psychology
Mission: Founded in 2007, the mission of the Journal for Social Action in
Counseling and Psychology (JSACP) is to promote deep reflection on community
change and system transformation in which counselors, psychologists, and other
human service professionals play a role. This open access journal aims to highlight
engaged scholarship’ and the very important social change work done by
professionals and activists that would not normally find its way into publication.
The journal attempts to break down the divide between theory and practice in one
of the most critical areas of our work: social transformation toward social and
ecological justice and peace. JSACP features four unique sections:
  • Activism and Advocacy
  • Education and Training
  • Policy and Theory
  • Program Development and Evaluation
How to submit? Articles submitted to JSACP are subjected to a blind review. We
currently accept articles in English and Spanish. To submit an article and to learn
more about the journal, visit: http://jsacp.tumblr.com
Publication costs: As a fully open access journal, all articles are available free of
charge on the journal website and there are no submission fees.
Co-Editors: Lawrence H. Gerstein, Ph.D., Ball State University
                         Pamela Valera, Ph.D., New York University & Nathan Kline Institute
Sponsors: Counselors for Social Justice & Psychologists for Social Responsibility
Publisher: Ball State University Center for Peace & Conflict Studies
For further information:editorjsacp@bsu.edu
Follow us on: Facebook (@JSACP) and Twitter (@JSACP)
ISSN 2159-8142
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