Socioanalysis is an academic journal proudly published by Group Relations Australia. Its role is to provide opportunities for practitioners and scholars to connect with each other, contribute to the field of systems psychodynamics and promote new ideas and opportunities to explore themes that emerge in groups and society. The publication of Socioanalysis enables minds from across the globe to meet and inspire one another with quality international papers covering a wide spectrum of topics in the fields of socioanalysis, group relations and system psychodynamics.
Socioanalysis was first published in 1999 and is a recognized and highly regarded scholarly journal with quality international papers covering a wide spectrum of topics in the fields of socioanalysis, group relations and system psychodynamics. It is published annually. Special editions are also produced.
The journal is edited by Prof Susan Long and headed by a committed editorial board and an erudite international advisory board.
Dr Ora Bernard, Joanne Fitzgerald, Kristina Karlson, Fiona Martin, Dr John Newton and Dr Brigid Nossal,
International Advisory Board
Mr David Armstrong; Prof Siv Boalt Boethius, Prof Gouranga Chattopadhyay, Dr Kenneth Eisold, Emeritus Professor Yiannis Gabriel, Dr Larry Hirschhorn, Prof Paul Hoggett, Prof Emeritus Richard Holti, Dr Manfred Kets de Vries, Dr James Krantz, Prof Ajeet N. Mathur, Jean Neumann, Anton Obholzer, Dr Mannie Sher, Mr Jon Stokes, Professor Emeritus Russ Vince, Dr Simon Western and Dr Kathleen Pogue White.
Socioanalysis welcomes the submission of papers at all times.
Information about the call for papers appropriate to Volume 25 (to be published in January 2024) can be found here.
Prospective authors may send papers to Editor in General, Prof Susan Long email@example.com.
Volume 24 has just been released and can be purchased below for $15 incl GST. GRA Members can download a copy free of charge as a member benefit.
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