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Special Issue Preview and Video Presentations: Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy

Articles from our current Special Issue, Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy, are available for download now! Introduction By Guest Editor: Jennifer Watling Neal The field of community psychology focuses on solving social problems and encouraging well-being by examining transactions between individuals and larger social systems including organizations (e.g., schools, workplaces), local… Continue reading Special Issue Preview and Video Presentations: Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy

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Call for Papers – The Journal of Urban Affairs Special Issue, Police and Policing in 21st Century Cities (Abstract deadline: September 15, 2020)

Call for Papers – The Journal of Urban Affairs Special Issue, Police and Policing in 21st Century Cities (Abstract deadline: September 15, 2020) Call for Papers: Journal of Urban Affairs Special Issue Theme: Police and Policing in 21st Century Cities Guest Editor: Michael Leo Owens, Ph. D. Emory University, United States Email: michael.leo.owens@emory.edu The urban… Continue reading Call for Papers – The Journal of Urban Affairs Special Issue, Police and Policing in 21st Century Cities (Abstract deadline: September 15, 2020)

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Driverless Cars, Urban Parking and Land”, reviewed by Dr. Mark Lee Levine

Driverless Cars, Urban Parking and Land, by Robert A. Simons, New York, Routledge, 2020. Reviewed by: Dr. Mark Lee Levine, Professor, University of Denver Driverless Cars, Urban Parking and Land, by Robert (Roby) A. Simons (aided in some chapters by co-authors), is on a topic that is near and dear to my heart. The Work… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Driverless Cars, Urban Parking and Land”, reviewed by Dr. Mark Lee Levine

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! What enables communities to resist neoliberal education reforms? Lessons from Newark and Camden, New Jersey, by Stephen Danley & Julia Sass Rubin

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. What enables communities to resist neoliberal education reforms? Lessons from Newark and Camden, New Jersey,… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! What enables communities to resist neoliberal education reforms? Lessons from Newark and Camden, New Jersey, by Stephen Danley & Julia Sass Rubin

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! A tightly wound braid: Forces of opportunity and exclusion within an era of school choice legislation, by Elizabeth A. Gilblom , Hilla Sang , Jonathan E. Messemer , Anne Galletta & Rene Molenaur

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. A tightly wound braid: Forces of opportunity and exclusion within an era of school choice… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! A tightly wound braid: Forces of opportunity and exclusion within an era of school choice legislation, by Elizabeth A. Gilblom , Hilla Sang , Jonathan E. Messemer , Anne Galletta & Rene Molenaur

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Do no-excuses disciplinary practices promote success?, by Joanne W. Golann & A. Chris Torres

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Do no-excuses disciplinary practices promote success?,by Joanne W. Golann & A. Chris Torres Abstract The… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Do no-excuses disciplinary practices promote success?, by Joanne W. Golann & A. Chris Torres

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! The press for accountability at the nexus of resilience, estrangement, hope, and inequity, by Stacey Steggert & Anne Galletta

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The press for accountability at the nexus of resilience, estrangement, hope, and inequity, by Stacey… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! The press for accountability at the nexus of resilience, estrangement, hope, and inequity, by Stacey Steggert & Anne Galletta

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! School development in urban gentrifying spaces: Developers supporting schools or schools supporting developers?, by Molly Vollman Makris & Elizabeth Brown

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. School development in urban gentrifying spaces: Developers supporting schools or schools supporting developers?, by Molly… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! School development in urban gentrifying spaces: Developers supporting schools or schools supporting developers?, by Molly Vollman Makris & Elizabeth Brown

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! The paradox of educational attitudes: Racial differences in public opinion on school closure, by Sally A. Nuamah

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The paradox of educational attitudes: Racial differences in public opinion on school closure, by Sally… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! The paradox of educational attitudes: Racial differences in public opinion on school closure, by Sally A. Nuamah

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson Abstract… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Unequal Schools and Communities: A Critical Examination of Neoliberal Education Reform! Choosing neighborhood schools: Why Philadelphia’s middle-class parents choose neighborhood elementary schools, by Katharine Nelson