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Call for papers: special issue alert
Science Activities is seeking papers for an upcoming special issue on Integrating Science & Literacy to Meet the Standards.
Plus, you can also submit a paper to a special issue on "Religious Others".
What's free this month?
- The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance tackles physical activity with the editor's free article selection.
- Interested in how social media, apps, and new technology in general can encourage exercise? View this free article collection on technology in physical education from Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sports Educators, selected by the editor.
- The sad passing of Stuart Hall in early 2014 greatly affected many of those working in cultural studies. The enormous impact he made to the field is reflected in the large number of tributes paid in the intervening months. In tribute to Stuart, we are pleased to provide free access to a number of the journal articles he authored, and many more which he inspired.
In the news: no longer "clean" or "dirty"
Dr. Lauren Broyles and the editorial staff of journal Substance Abuse recently co-authored their editorial article, Confronting Inadvertent Stigma and Pejorative Language in Addiction Scholarship: A Recognition and Response, which garnered attention in the news.
Read Dr. Broyles' interview in New York Magazine.
Congratulations to Dr. Jon G. Allen for winning the Richard P. Kluft Award for best paper from each volume year of Journal of Trauma & Dissociation.
Read the winning article on "Treating Attachment Trauma with Plain Old Therapy".
We are committed to promoting and increasing the visibility of your article and would like to work with you to promote your paper to potential readers. Read more about how you can promote your article.
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