Articles (optimum length: under 7,500 words) that employ psychoanalytic theories, concepts, or perspectives to address psychological roots or consequences of significant social or cultural phenomena in such a way as to promote beneficial social change. Articles may also explore divergent and conflicting psychoanalytic perspectives on culture and society or offer critiques of particular psychoanalytic schools, assumptions, strategies, or concepts as they pertain to social or cultural issues. JPCS does not publish articles in which psychoanalytic theory or cultural phenomena are discussed apart from social issues.
Field Notes (optimum length: 1,000-2,000 words) that offer psychoanalytic assessments of socially significant issues or events, describe socially significant ways in which psychoanalysis is being used in various fields or disciplines, or provide summaries of socially significant psychoanalytic work in progress or possibilities for research.
International Notes (optimum length: 1,000-2,000 words) that offer psychoanalytic assessments of significant social, political, or cultural phenomena, issues, or events in a particular nation or region of the world.
Book Reviews (optimum length: under 2,000 words) that provide a summary and a critical assessment of psychoanalytic books having social significance.
Letters to the Editor (optimum length: under 1,000 words) that raise significant questions or offer significant insights regarding specific material published in JPCS or the general JPCS agenda.
Manuscript form, style, and documentation for all submissions should follow The MLA Style Manual. There should be no bibliographic notes; all references should be listed alphabetically in a Works Cited section at the end of the article and be cited parenthetically in the text by author (plus short title, when necessary) and page number. Articles should be submitted in duplicate. A diskette must be provided of all material accepted for publication.
Correspondence regarding submissions other than book reviews should be addressed to the editor. Correspondence regarding book reviews, as well as review copies of books, should be addressed to the review editors.
The first issue of JPCS: JOURNAL FOR THE PSYCHOANALYSIS OF CULTURE & SOCIETY, will be published at the end of May. The journal, which will appear twice a year, is the publication of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society (APCS), an international and interdisciplinary non-profit organization devoted to developing and promoting the use of psychoanalysisfor beneficial social change. The first issue will include the following material:
BOOK REVIEW EDITORS: Kenneth Reinhard & Julia Reinhard Lupton, 28 Virgil Court, Irvine, CA 92715; Phone: (714) 854-5611; email@example.com
APCS MEMBERSHIP FORM
Membership in APCS includesa reduction in the annual conference
registration fee and subscription to JPCS: Journal for the Psychoanalysis
of Culture & Society, published twice a year.
Name _________________________________ Address________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ Phone__________________________________ Fax____________________________________ Email__________________________________ 1996 Individual Membership Dues: ____ US $25 With airmail delivery of JPCS: ____ US $35 1996 Institutional Subscription to JPCS: ____US $40 With airmail delivery of JPCS: ____US $50 Method of Payment: ___Check ___Visa ___Mastercard Card Number _____________________________ Expiration Date____________________________ Signature________________________________ Return to: Marshall W. Alcorn, Jr., Executive Director, APCS c/o Department of English George Washington University Washington, DC 20052 Fax: 202-994-7915 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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