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Annual Review of Critical Psychology Annual Review of Critical Psychology issues 1-4, were peer-reviewed international publications (ISSN 1464-0538). From issue number 5, Annual Review of Critical Psychology has been available as a peer-reviewed online open-access journal, published on this site (ISSN 1746-739X). The ARCP Editorial Board can be found at www. discourseunit. com/publications.
A decade earlier, introducing the first issue of the Annual Review of Critical Psychology, Ian Parker (1999) wrote that critical psychology’s conflicting tendencies meant “we need elements of a definition that can link good work and construct a field of debate where the tensions between different positions can be debated” (p. 12).
There are a few international journals devoted to critical psychology, including the no longer published International Journal of Critical Psychology (continued in the journal Subjectivity) and the Annual Review of Critical Psychology. The journals still tend to be directed to an academic audience, though the Annual Review of Critical Psychology runs as an open-access online journal. There are close links between critical psychologists and critical psychiatrists in Britain through the Asylum Collective.