ISSN 1015-6046 printed version

ABOUT THIS JOURNAL

 

Basic information

PINS (Psychology in Society) was launched in 1983 as a forum of critical and independent debate about the nature of psychology as it struggles to find a place in the changing social conditions of an emerging democratic and non-racist South Africa.

PINS was founded by the editor, Grahame Hayes, then from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (then the University of Natal) and Ian Moll (University of the Witwatersrand).

Currently PINS publishes annually. Occasionally a second issue is also published.

Its abbreviated title is Psychol. Soc., which should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.

 

Index sources

  • AURSI (African Urban and Regional Science Index).

 

Copyright

PINS holds the copyright to all articles. PINS is happy to grant reprint permission to authors / publishers on formal request, and on condition that the PINS source of the original article is fully acknowledged. Contact the editor, Grahame Hayes hayes@ukzn.ac.za

For multiple copies, usually for university teaching purposes, PINS works through DALRO http://www.dalro.co.za/

 

Sponsorship

PINS is an independent journal, and receives no funding support other than from subscriptions, and copyright payments from DALRO (the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Rights Organisation).

 

[Home] [Editorial board] [Instructions to authors] [Subscriptions]


© 2014 Psychology in Society

PINS
Box 17285
Congella, 4013
South Africa
South Africa
Tel: +27 31 260 2531



scielo@assaf.org.za