last updated 29 June, 2014
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'Community Psychology Community'.
Introduction to community psychology
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Psychology UK online community (NING portal)
on Community Psychology and related topics
from Manchester- extensive list
Games for community psychology. We introduced some of our games for participation and conscientisation at the Lisbon International Community Psychology Congress in 2008. Since then we have been piloting them and amending them. We are please to announce that they are now ready for you to work with and pilot yourselves. We have to charge to cover the costs of producing the games – until we know there is a demand we cannot produce lots of them and bring the costs down. So, if you would like to order one of the games: please use this order form which also gives details of the games.
EVENTS (announce your community psychology and related events here)
Living with the cuts: Policy, politics and everyday lives in the recession
Friday 30th May 2014, 9.30-17.30 Auditorium, British Library, 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
A day conference organised by the University of East London, UEL Centre for Narrative Research, NOVELLA
(Narratives of Everyday Lives and Linked Approaches) ESRC Research Methods Node, and the Tavistock Centre.
Many people in the UK are now living with the impact of recession and public spending cuts in their daily lives;
larger effects are still to come. Government and policy-makers predict that cuts will continue till the end of the decade,
yet these measures' usefulness and necessity are much debated. This day conference brings together academics, policymakers,
practitioners, and community researchers, to discuss the issues and levels of analysis that need to be taken into account
when studying the cuts, and to explore the human effects and socio-political significance of living in recession.
In Fortaleza, Brazil / Brasil 3/9/14 to 6/9/14.
For more information see the website: http://www.5cipc2014.org/ (scroll down for the English menu)
If I understand correctly, papers can be submitted from January to March, 2014 inclusive.
See also overseas links page.
Also see overseas links
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Community Psychology in the UK
Community Psychology Network (UK) we carry information on events on this site also you can join approx 100 people on the email discussion list for UK Community Psychology sign up via this link
History project - work on this project about the development of community psychology in Britain is complete. It is part of a project for an international book. Here is the prepublication draft of the chapter on the UK.
keep on sending us your links!
Go to: >> Journals Manchester Other UK Email list
Journals on Community Psychology in the UK
Community, Work and Family edited by Laura den Dulk - Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; Jennifer Swanberg - University of Maryland, USA; Rebecca Lawthom - Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology edited by Flora Cornish, London School of Economics and Political Science.
see also Psychosocial Intervention bilingual journal from Spain.
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Psychology Network (in English)
Psychology in MANCHESTER
Community psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University:
Congratulations to Rebecca Lawthom who has been appointed Professor of Community Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University. Rebecca was formerly Reader in Community Psychology. Her publications include the co-authored text, Critical Community Psychology.
More on studying Community Psychology at Manchester.
The group undertakes research across a range of areas of community and critical social psychology. See web page.
We offer an MSc in Community & Critical Social Psychology. For more information, including details of how to apply, click here.
Psychological Helping and Support Research Group at University College, London - page set up by Chris Barker and Nancy Pistrang -updated
"The UCL Psychological Helping and Support Research Group is a loose association of clinical/community psychologists, led by Dr Chris Barker and Dr Nancy Pistrang. It is part of the Research Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, in the Division of Psychology and Language Sciences of University College London. Our research focuses on all types of psychological helping and support. We mostly study those types that psychologists call social support, such as peer support, mutual support groups, internet support, befriending and mentoring. "
London School of Economics: MSc in Health, Community and Development, based at the LSE Social Psychology Institute. Catherine Campbell explains the programme:
programme will draw primarily on community psychology, critical
health psychology and social psychology. It aims to explore the role
of community participation and small-scale collective action in
public health and health promotion. It pays particular attention to
the psycho-social processes underlying the impact of collective
action on health, and the mechanisms through which community
development approaches may lead not only to improved health, but also
to transformatory social action. Our starting assumption is that
efforts to promote health and to reduce disease need to combine top
down and bottom up approaches. Whilst the primary focus of the course
will be the bottom up dimension, emphasis will be continually be laid
on the inter-dependence of these two levels of action and analysis.
Flyer about the programme (pdf file)
Proceedings of the 1999 UK Community Psychology Conference, Manchester
(Proceedings of the previous conference can be found in Clinical Psychology Forum No 122, December 1998)
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