InScience Press to Publish “Construction of Social Psychology,” Edited by LSU’s Brij Mohan

11/25/2014 04:24 PM

BATON ROUGE – InScience Press presents the upcoming publication “Construction of Social Psychology,” a book edited by LSU Professor Brij Mohan, dean emeritus of the School of Social Work. The book, available in early 2015, will consist of results of research and developments conducted by authors focusing on social psychology and its multi-disciplinary connections.
 

To present the latest research and developments in a number of social psychology and related areas, “Construction of Social Psychology” counts on researchers, teachers, students and professionals in the field of social psychology. InScience Press invited prospective authors to submit a one-page proposal and, if accepted, a full complete chapter with 3,000-5,000 words was added to this manuscript.
 

The upcoming publication is extended to achieve various topics such as the archeology of social psychology; contemporary social psychology/current issues and future problems; comparative aspects; social psychology of human and social development; and social practice.
 

Mohan received his Master of Social Work degree from Agra University in India. He received his doctorate from Lucknow University in India and an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from M.K.Gandhi Kashi University in India. Mohan is internationally renowned as a master educator, prolific author and social philosopher. Mohan was the recipient of a Distinguished Life Time Achievement Award in 2008. He took voluntary retirement effective 2010 to invest himself as a full-time writer.
 

Mohan is author of 18 books and more than 300 research papers and articles. His most recent books include “Development,” “Poverty of Culture and Social Policy” and “Society and Social Justice.”
 

Mohan has also signed on to work on “Nietzsche Encounters Buddha” with Professor Shweta Singh of Ashoka University, India.  “Nietzsche Encounters Buddha” will be published next year by Scholar’s Press of Toronto.

Ernie  Ballard 
LSU Media Relations
225-578-5685
eballa1@lsu.edu

Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014