The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is an open access, blind peer reviewed journal that seeks to publish critical research about challenges confronting criminal justice systems around the world.The first two editions were published under the shorter title, International Journal for Crime and Justice.
In addition to articles on the general theme, the journal invites 6-8000 word submissions on the following specific themes.Penal Policy and Punishment in the Global Era; Policing, Security and Democratic Freedoms; Sex, Gender and Justice; Eco-Justice, Corporate Crime and Corruption; Crime, Courts & Justice Institutions; Counter Colonial Criminologies & Indigenous Perspectives.
Vol 2, No 3 (2013): International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy
Table of Contents
- Chief Editors' Introduction . 1-2 PDF (208KB)
- Masculinity. Sexuality and Hate-Motivated Violence: The Case of Darren Tony Jefferson. 3-14 PDF (315KB)
- Crime, Justice, and Inequality: Oh Canada, Where Art Thou? Walter DeKeseredy. 15-26 PDF (336KB)
- Mapping the Conditions of Penal Hope David Brown. 27-42 PDF (352KB)
- A Common ‘Outlawness’: Criminalisation of Muslim Minorities in the UK and Australia Waqas Tufail, Scott Poynting. 43-54 PDF (320KB)
- The Revival of Comparative Criminology in a Globalised World: Local Variances and Indigenous Over‐representation Hilde Tubex. 55-68 PDF (312KB)
- How Rural Criminology Informs Critical Thinking in Criminology Joseph F Donnermeyer, John Scott, Elaine Barclay. 69-91 PDF (424KB)
- Suicide and the Therapeutic Coroner: Inquests, Governance and the Grieving Family Gordon Tait, Belinda Carpenter. 92-104 PDF (306KB)
- Global Policing and the Case of Kim Dotcom Darren Palmer, Ian J Warren. 105-119 PDF (353KB)
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