Volume 11, Issue 2

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Volume 11, Issue 2, October 2018 of the Journal of Psychosocial Studies.   Editorial That Phoenix Moment Announcing some important news about the future of this journal . . Liz Frost and David W Jones    Articles A Psychosocial Study of Political Followership- The Case of the Young Corbynites Candida Yates and Daniel Weissmann  …

Volume 11, Issue 1, April 2018

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Special Edition: Sanity, Madness and the family – a retrospective Guest Editor: Andrew Asibong Posted on  May 2017 in Categories:Journal. Volume 11, Issue 2, April 2018 of the Journal of Psychosocial Studies.   Editorial Guest Editor’s Introduction Andrew Asibong Articles   ‘The simple words people speak’ Anthony Stadlen   On Sanity, Madness and the Family Hilary Mantel  …

APS 2018 Conference Booking

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  Venue: University of Bournemouth Date: April 5th – 7th  You can book a place at the conference here:   https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/association-for-psychosocial-studies-biennial-conference-tickets-38347501409  

Volume 10 , Issue 2, October 2017

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This Edition has been edited by John Adlam and Kati Turner
“Offering Food <-> Receiving Food”

It features original articles, poetry and artwork

APS Conference 2018 Update: New Open Strand

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Due to popular demand there will now be an new open strand for the 2018 Association for Psychosocial Studies Conference to be held in Bournemouth 5th -7th April 2018  – ‘Current and New Directions in Psychosocial Studies.‘   The new deadline for abstracts is 22nd January 2018 Full details here

Volume 10 , Issue 1, June 2017

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ARTICLES
Marcus Free: Failure, guilt, confession, redemption? Revisiting unpublished research through a psychosocial lens

Lindsey Nicholls: Discomforting and disquieting: dreaming to enhance reflexivity

Steffen Krueger: Dropping depth hermeneutics into Psychosocial Studies – a Lorenzerian perspective

Jacki Cartlidge: What my mother knew: A study of conflicting narratives, personal identity, and a sense of self.

Book reviews: “Psychosocial Studies: An Introduction” Kath Woodward, London: Routledge, 2016

New Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

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Professor Lynn Froggett, Chair of the Association for Psychosocial Studies, has been named as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in recognition of the leading role she has played “in the development of psychosocial studies in the UK, particularly through her ground-breaking work on social policy and culture”.

Postgraduate Essay Prize

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The Association for Psychosocial Studies is offering a prize for the best original essay in the field of Psychosocial Studies by a current or recent Masters or Doctoral student.[1] The Prize The author of the winning essay will receive a prize of £250, plus a year’s membership of the APS and conference fees paid for…