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15 October 2020
Constructions of Race
The Black Lives Matter movement and the events that have fueled this have drawn attention to the pervasiveness of constructions of race and to the consequences of these. It is timely for constructivist psychologists to address this topic, to which they are well placed to make an important contribution, but which has received relatively scant previous consideration in the constructivist literature. Submissions are therefore invited for a special issue of the Journal of Constructivist Psychology on constructions of race. These may be theoretical, empirical, or accounts of applications of constructivist approaches, including case studies.
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Manuscripts should generally range between 5-20 pages and be prepared according to APA Style (https://apastyle.apa.org). They will be reviewed in an expedited fashion on a rolling basis. To ensure timely review and publication of papers, contributing authors may be asked to serve as reviewers for other submissions--with an expectation of a 7-10 day maximum turnaround. Papers will then be immediately typeset and published as advance online publications on the journal's website; they will also be scheduled for the next available print issue.
Please submit manuscripts below. When submitting, please indicate that the paper is for the special "Constructions of Race" issue.
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