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Call for Papers: Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from Africa

2022-05-09

Submissions are welcomed for a special issue concerned with green criminology issues in Africa.  

Guest editors  want to engage in a dialogue with original thinkers from the African continent. This special issue is a consolidating step in furthering the dialogue between the North and the South, which positively exploits the Southern endogenous knowledge around ‘green’ (and marine/‘blue’) criminological topics.

Guest Editors: David R. Goyes (University of Oslo, Norway), Annette Hübschle (University of Cape Town, South Africa), Ifesinachi Okafor-Yarwood (University of St Andrews, UK) and Nigel South (University of Essex, UK).

See the full call for papers, timelines and author guidelines at https://www.crimejusticejournal.com/announcements/Call-for-Papers-Special-Issue 

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  • Authors:Jack Beetson, Pat Anderson, Sophia Lin, Frances Williamson, Rose Amazan, Bob Boughton, Stephen Morrell, Richard Taylor, Melanie Schwartz

Current Issue : Vol. 11 No. 1 (2022)

Special Double Issue:

Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from Asia
Guest Editors: Orika Komatsubara, David Rodríguez Goyes, , Laÿna Droz and Tanya Wyatt

Beyond Cybercrime: New Perspectives on Crime, Harm and Digital Technologies
Guest Editors: Faith Gordon, Alyce McGovern, Chrissy Thompson and Mark A. Wood

Published: 2022-03-01

Guest Editorial: Green Criminological Dialogues

  • Authors:David Rodríguez Goyes, Orika Komatsubara, Laÿna Droz, Tanya Wyatt

Special Issue: Green Criminological Dialogues

  • Authors:Sarker Faroque, Nigel South

Guest Editorial: Beyond Cybercrime

  • Authors:Faith Gordon, Alyce McGovern, Chrissy Thompson, Mark A Wood

Part 1: Digital (in)Justices

Part 2: Rethinking the Technology-Harm Nexus

  • Authors:Hanna Maria Malik, Mika Viljanen, Nea Lepinkäinen, Anne Alvesalo-Kuusi

Book Review: Beyond Cybercrime

Book Reviews

The Journal invites 6-8000 word original submissions. Authors are asked to register, read the author guidelines, and agree to the ethics statement before submission. Peer review is usually 4-6 weeks.

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Chief Editor: Professor John Scott, QUT Centre for Justice, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia

Editor: Dr David Rodríguez Goyes, University of Oslo, Norway

Book Reivew Editors: Professor Avi Brisman, Eastern Kentucky University, United States and Professor Marília de Nardin Budó, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - UFSC, Brazil

Journal Manager: Tracy Creagh, Office for Scholarly Communication, Queensland University of Technology, Australia