CfP: Interpersonal Violence Interventions, IPVI - Social and Cultural Perspectives
Call for Papers
December 31, 2019
Social History / Studies, Social Sciences, Women's & Gender History / Studies, Psychology, Political Science
Interpersonal Violence Interventions, IPVI - Social and Cultural Perspectives
3rd International Conference, 10th –12th, June 2020, Finland
Following the two successful IPVI conferences in 2013 and 2017, at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, the purpose of this conference is again to create a forum in which researchers and experts from different disciplines and fields can present their research, development projects and practical implications. The conference will offer great opportunities for promoting interdisciplinary and multi-professional cooperation.
The IPVI 2020 has already gained interest in many countries and within different disciplines. In order to reach even more researchers and experts, we have decided to continue Call for papers & sessions until December 31st, 2019. So you’ll still have time to submit your own paper or session proposal. Further, you will have time to spread the information about the Conference to your contacts and networks - for that please find attached a light information leaflet for you to post eg. in your institution's bulletin board.
Please check the IPVI2020 website regularly for eventual updates, new information was recently added there www.jyu.fi/ipvi
We look forward to meeting you in Jyväskylä!
IPVI2020 Organizing committee
Call for Papers and Sessions
The organizers would like to welcome academic contributions for the
Interpersonal Violence Interventions - Social and Cultural Perspectives
3rd International Conference, 10th –12th June 2020
How has violence been understood in different ages and cultures? How is it defined today? How do we approach violence as an issue for scientific research and a problem for professional practices? Conference’s aim is to bring together researchers and experts on interpersonal violence in the fields of social and legal studies, history, cultural research, psychology, philosophy, political science and health care or from any relevant discipline.
Robert Jensen, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Richard Mc Mahon, MIC, University of Limerick, Ireland
Marius Råkil, Alternative to Violence, Norway
Nicky Stanley, University of Central Lancashire, UK
Following the two successful IPVI conferences 2013 and 2017, at the University of Jyväskylä, the purpose of this conference is again to create a forum in which researchers and experts from different disciplines and fields can present their research, development projects and practical implications. The conference will offer great opportunities for promoting interdisciplinary and multi-professional cooperation.
Proposals for oral presentations, posters and sessions with abstracts (max 300 words) can be submitted between 7th October and 31stDecember 2019. Decisions on acceptance will be sent at latest by 31thJanuary 2020. The language of the conference is English.
Evaluation criteria of the abstracts: coherence, clarity, relevance and focus of the presentation. Accepted abstracts will be published in the electronic conference abstract book.
The scientific committee of the conference will evaluate the posters during the conference. The best poster will be announced at the closing event of the conference.
The following topics will be especially emphasized:
Cultural perspectives and community-responses to violence
Digital violence and abuse
Encountering violence in educational, social and health care settings
Environmental violence and its consequences
Gender and violence
Hate speech and violence
Honour, shame and violence
Interpersonal violence: international comparisons
Non-physical violence, bullying, and virtual violence
Religion, authorities and violence
Violence and institutions
Violence and lifespan: children, youth, adults and elderly
Violence and media
Violence, crimes and criminology
Violence in family relations
Violence intervention and prevention
Violence research methodologies
Violence, ethnicity and colonialism
Workplace violence and harassment
Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of Jyväskylä
Department of History and Ethnology, University of Jyväskylä
Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä
Department of Music, Art and Culture Studies, University of Jyväskylä
Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, University of Jyväskylä
Finnish institute for health and welfare, Finland
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