SRV Journal Article Submissions
Information for Submissions:
We welcome well-reasoned and clearly-written submissions.
The language used in submitted items should be clear and descriptive.
We encourage the use of ordinary grammar and vocabulary that
a typical reader would understand. The Publication Manual of
the American Psychological Association is one good and easily
available general style guide. Academic authors should follow
the standards of their field.
Submissions are reviewed by members of the editorial board,
the editorial advisory board, or both. Submissions may be made
on paper, or electronically with an e-mail attachment, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples of submission topics include but are not limited
- SRV as relevant to a wide variety of human services;
and analyses of social devaluation and wounding;
and analyses of the impact(s) of valued social roles;
of particular SRV themes;
- research into and development
of the theory of SRV and its particular themes;
- analysis of new developments from an SRV perspective;
stories, as well as struggles and lessons learned,
in trying to implement SRV;
- reflection and opinion pieces;
- news analyses from an SRV perspective;
- book or movie reviews
and notices from an SRV perspective. Click here for guidelines:
Movie Reviews | Book