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Jan 20

Community Development has been the official journal of the Community Development Society since 1970. Community Development is regularly published five times a year, in addition to occasional special issues. It includes a range of scholarly research, as well as a section on practice that replaces the content previously found in Community Development Practice

Community Development aims to advance theory, research, practice, and teaching that serves purposive community change. The scope of the journal embraces all specializations within the interdisciplinary field of community development, including social, economic, and environmental concerns. Accordingly, the journal welcomes manuscripts that report empirical research findings; build theory, research methods, or pedagogy; evaluate current practices; or critically analyze the profession itself. Authors are strongly encouraged to link research to theory and clearly state the implications of their manuscript’s content for practice and policy.

 

(Publisher’s standard terms and conditions of online supply are available on the Publisher’s website.)

Seeking a 3-year Editor for Community Development

As the Interim Editor's term expires on June 30th, per policy, the CDS Board of Directors is seeking proposals from individuals who wish to become the Editor of Community Development. The Editor’s term of office begins July 1, 2022 and runs for three consecutive years.

If you are interested, please review the Request for Proposals and contact Margaret Stout, Vice Chair of Operations, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Proposals will be accepted until May 2, 2022.

 

Mar 17

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