Guest Editors: Sandra Penic, Guy Elcheroth, Steve Reicher, Ramila Usoof-Thowfeek
We welcome submissions that document diversity in experiences and perspectives of conflict and/or analyse the role of silenced memories, forgotten events, and complex identities, in societies marked by communal violence, or within a broader international context. We are particularly interested in manuscripts that, from a social or political-psychological perspective, examine the psychological, social and political consequences of knowing and sharing multiple perspectives of conflict; or analyse the underlying socio-psychological processes, and structural, political or institutional mechanisms, that foster or restrict sharing of these multiple perspectives.
Please submit long abstracts (1000 words) by February 1, 2017 to email@example.com. Authors will be notified within four weeks of their submission whether they are invited to submit a full article for the special section. The final deadline for submission of full articles will be September 1, 2017, but authors are encouraged to submit their manuscripts earlier. The manuscripts will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The special section will be published in 2018.
For more information, please see http://www.psychopen.eu/jspp/documents/jspp_cfp_pluralism.pdf