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Vincent T Francisco, PhD
We look forward to working with practitioners and applied researchers to share quality work, and foster a learning community that will contribute to ongoing advancements in the broad field of Community Psychology Practice. Please share with the practice community, your knowledge, insights and accomplishments, along with innovations that may help communities throughout the world.
Manuscript submissions to the GJCPP will be subject to a blind peer-review process. In some cases, an Action Editor will be assigned to work with the authors/submitters to improve the submission for publication. Every effort will be made to share manuscripts that are of the highest quality, and reflect the values of the authors and editors.
Please follow the guidelines below based on the type of manuscript you are submitting:
Included in your submission:
Additional instructions for manuscript contents:
Tables, charts, figures and graphs are always helpful, when appropriate to the submission. Power Point, Excel and Word are encouraged, but PDF format materials are acceptable. Tables, etc. should be placed at the end of the paper--placement notations can be made throughout the text (e.g., “Insert Figure 1 here”). Please submit images exactly as you wish to see them when published online.
We would love to include your photos of the project, the authors and participants. Photos and images should be scanned in the size they will appear online in the journal, or larger. Photos are best sent as originals or scanned in at the correct size and resolution (300 dpi usually works well). JPG format might be best, but other format (e.g., bitmap, GIF) can be accommodated. They should be submitted as separate documents/files with titles matching a placeholder in article. Photographs of the authors are also welcomed, although they do not need to be submitted until materials are accepted for publication.
We at the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice are thrilled you are considering submitting video highlighting your practice or documenting your practice in action!
How To Submit a Video
Create and post a web-version of the video. If your video is longer than 20 minutes, create a 3-5 minute excerpt of the video. Post the web-version of your video to YouTube.com or another video-hosting site (see Video FAQ’s for more details).
Email videoeditor@GJCPP.org with the following:
Create a thumbnail photo or select a still image that represents the video content and include that in your e-mail submission.
Via mail: send a copy of your full-length video submission saved to a compact disc to:
2118 Wilshire Boulevard, #611
By submitting a video to the GJCPP, you certify that you hold all copyrights to the material submitted.
The review panel will view your video. If the video is accepted for publication as a feature, we will contact you with next steps.
GJCPP Video Submission FAQ’s:
Q. What Kind Of Videos Can I Submit?
A. You are encouraged to submit any video that is connected to the mission of GJCPP. This may include instructional videos, interviews, documentaries, or community-produced videos. Please refrain from submitting videos whose sole purpose is to advertise a product or organization, or whose content is misleading or offensive.
Q. How Do I Submit A Video to the Journal?
A. See step-by-step instructions above.
Q. Which Video-Sharing Site Should I Use?
A. We recommend using YouTube (http://www.youtube.com) for all short-form (10-min or less) videos and excerpts. Because YouTube limits the size of videos to 1GB, you may wish to use an alternative site, such as Google Video (http://video.google.com), Pandora.tv (http://www.pandora.tv), or OurMedia.org (http://www.ourmedia.org).
Q. How Do I Select a Thumbnail Image for the Video?
A. Most sites will allow you to easily select a thumbnail image from your video. Instructions for how to select a thumbnail image on YouTube can be found here: http://help.youtube.com/support/youtube/bin/answer.py?answer=
Still have questions? E-mail the Video Editor at: email@example.com
You agree that all consents, clearances and other authorizations have been obtained from all performers in the video, including parental consent if any performer is under the age of 16 years. You fully agree to indemnify us and keep us indemnified against all loss liability cost and/or expense suffered by us arising out of any claims demands actions or proceedings commenced against us by reason of your breach of these guidelines.
To submit a manuscript to the Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, send an email to editor@GJCPP.org.