How to Submit

Social Advocacy and Systems Change

Call for Submissions
Volume 3, Issue 2
Publication date September 2013

Please submit by July 31, 2013

AIMS AND SCOPE

Social Advocacy and Systems Change (SASC) is a web-based, interdisciplinary social justice journal. SASC is dedicated to publishing the voice of oppressed and marginalized groups and individuals. Contributions challenge and transform unjust systems.

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

SUBMISSIONS FROM PERSONS ASSOCIATED WITH ACADEMIA

Original qualitative and quantitative, libratory research and reflective manuscripts from university students and faculty are invited from fields including, but not limited to: Education (with a focus on critical pedagogy), Sociology, Philosophy, Humanities, Fine Arts, Anthropology, Science, Law, Public Health, Family Studies, Social Work and Policy, Therapeutic Recreation, Disability Studies, Public Administration. (Manuscripts should not exceed 35 pages in length, and should conform to APA style.)

SUBMISSIONS FROM PERSONS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH ACADEMIA

Submissions from persons not associated with academia are strongly encouraged, and they include, but are not limited to: Parents, Children, Victims of domestic, community or global violence and oppression, incarcerated youth and adults, individuals victimized by cultural systems of domination, such as agricultural, industrial, medical, governmental. (Individuals who do not have computer access may submit handwritten manuscripts, or alternative formats.)

MEDIA REVIEWS

SASC welcomes reviews of conferences, fine arts, books, films, theater, television, and other mass media.

ALTERNATIVE FORMATS

In addition to the printed word, SASC welcomes submissions in alternative formats, including but not limited to: poetry, orature, spoken word, rap, narrative, dialogue, video and audio recording (podcasts), original music and song.

Dr. Judy K. C. Bentley, Editor-in-Chief
Social Advocacy and Systems Change
State University of New York College at Cortland
P.O. Box 2000 Cortland, New York 13045

bentleyj@cortland.edu

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