SenseofCommunity.com

Community Science is pleased to announce the launch of the newly revamped SenseofCommunity.com, an online, international meeting place for people interested in the study or application of sense of community! Our goal is to bring together the myriad of international scholars and practitioners to advance the work on sense of community that has been gaining interest and development over the past 50 years. Please sign up to join this online community, share your ideas and resources, contribute to the advancement of the measurement and application of a sense of community promote human development and social justice.

This site is an opportunity to share your ideas, work, and questions. Senseofcommunity.com has a Discussion Forum to ask questions, assist others, and find opportunities to collaborate. On this web site you will also find a Library to post files or documents of your work or learn about the work of others

Users will also find this site as a gateway to using the Sense of Community Index (SCI) and the Sense of Community Index-2 (SCI-2). Through this site, users are able to gain permission to use these copyrighted instruments as well as obtain advice from the developers and members of this online community.

We hope to bring people together through this site in order to better understand how to develop a sense of community and address its challenges so we can bring about healthy, just, and equitable societies. Please invite others to join us on this journey and register for an account today! Go to www.senseofcommunity.com

What are your favorite community psychology resources? Email them to the SCRA Outreach Communications Specialist at: outreach@scra27.org

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The Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA) - Community Psychology, Division 27 of the American Psychological Association - serves many different disciplines that focus on community research and action. Our members are committed to promoting health and empowerment and to preventing problems in communities, groups, and individuals. Visit us at scra27.org