Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology; Special issue on Brexit and emergent politics
02.06.2017, by Sibylle Classen in call for papers
Guest editors: Eleni Andreouli (Open University, UK), David Kaposi (Open University, UK), Paul Stenner (Open University, UK)
Submission of extended abstracts (up to 500 words): July 31, 2017
The Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology is inviting papers for a special issue on ‘Brexit and emergent politics’. The special issue focuses on the theme of ‘emergence’. It considers how social psychology can contribute to an understanding of the political ruptures associated with Brexit, and also what challenges Brexit poses to social psychology; in other words, to what extent are our conceptual and methodological tools appropriate to capture these new and emerging realities?
We invite papers addressing the following broad topics in the context of Brexit:
- Political identities
- Construction of political categories, such as left/right, nationalism/internationalism, authoritarianism/libertarianism, and their applicability in the current political climate
- Political movements and political mobilisation
- Political leadership
- Ideology and the emergence of new ideological formations
- Role of affect in political subjectivities
Papers based on original research studies as well as conceptual and methodological papers are welcome. Interdisciplinary papers that extend beyond social, political and community psychology are also encouraged under this call.
For more details, see the call for papers in the Journal website: