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The Radical Psychology Network once again plans to meet at the
American Psychological Association's summer convention. This time APA
meets in Toronto, birthplace of RadPsyNet three years ago.
We expect to be listed again on the APA Convention Schedule as a non-affiliated group. The tentative date for the meeting is Friday, August 9, from 5 to 7 pm (Sheraton Centre, Kenora Room). No doubt followed by a search for another great restaurant!
Last year many of us finally got to meet face to face for the first time. We took care of some business and had some fun along the way.
This summer we'll hear reports on RadPsyNet projects and decide on future directions. Please try and make it!
If you will be presenting a paper or if you know of sessions of interest to RadPsyNet members,
Please send the title, date, time and location to Jackie Klosek at
She will list these sessions in the next RadPsyNews.
A friend just shipped me a copy of the book, ECOPSYCHOLOGY. A very quick perusal looks promising. The gist will likely be, "It's the bottom of the 9th folks and bases are loaded!" Unless we begin to think of the planet as the exterior manifestation of our collective interiors (and real soon) we're not gonna get it this time. Nothing new here and it suddenly occurs to me that some of you out there might be contributing writers. Anybody read this work? Anybody write it?
This 200+ page workbook is a practical, hands-on workbook for those involved in coalition building and community development work. Its chapters are clearly written in layperson's language, and worksheets are included at the end of the chapter to clarify concepts and make them applicable for individual use.
To order a copy, send $30 (includes postage) to:
24 South Prospect Street
Amherst, MA 01002
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Community-Psychology is a forum for the discussion of the theory and practices of community psychology: an application of psychological principles which has as its aim the improvement of the fit between a person (or group) and the community. Therefore, anybody with a commitment to community integration is welcome to join.
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When the forum Psychoanalysis and the Public Sphere was first created, it was envisioned that it would be related to a web site where various writings could appear:
That web site has now been launched.
Anyone wishing to submit something to the web site should write to Bob Young, Editor of Free Associations at: email@example.com, sending the essay or article by attachment.
Call For Submissions to New E-Journal
When the e-mail forum, psychoanalytic firstname.lastname@example.org was launched, it was intended that it should be associated with a journal with the same name and scope: the academic, scholarly study of psychoanalysis and related psychodynamic approaches. The editors are now ready to launch the e-journal version, to be followed by a print version. For more information, contact Bob Young at email@example.com.
IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENTAL INTERVENTION
June 7-9, 1996
The Penn State Scantion Conference Center Hotel
The conference will bring together nationally renowned researchers and scholars to address contemporary conceptual and empirical analyses that relate sexual orientation to different aspects of child and adolescent development.
For more information contact:
Dr. Anthony R. D'Augelli
Dept of Human Development and Family Studies
The Pennsylvania State University
110 Henderson Building South
University Park, PA 16802-6504
July 3-6, 1996, Paris, Foundation Nationale des Sciences Politiques
In addressing the cultural implications of contemporary societal phenomena, the conference will specifically seek to explore the contemporary meaning and application of the notion of collective identity, with particular emphasis on interaction between material and symbolic social processes and on relations between culture and belonging.
For more information contact:
c/o ICCR, Hamburgerstr. 14/20
Registration can also be made directly via the internet at
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