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SSSP: Search for the Next Social Problems Editor – Application Deadline 1/15/23
The Editorial and Publications Committee of the Society for the Study of Social Problems is soliciting applications for the position of Editor of the Society’s flagship journal, Social Problems. The Editor’s three-year term will begin with the operation of the new editorial office at mid-year 2024. The new editor will be responsible for editing and promoting Volumes 72-74 (years 2025-2027).
Please direct all questions, inquiries, nominations, expressions of interest, and application materials to: Dr. Yvonne Braun, Chair, SSSP Editorial and Publications Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information view the Call for Applications: https://www.sssp1.org/file/Social_Problems_Editor_Ad.pdf
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