New Double Issue2022-03-01Read More about announcement New Double Issue
We are extremely pleased to be publishing another double issue with two special issues.
The first is a special issue on: Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from Asia
Guest Editors Orika Komatsubara, David Rodríguez Goyes, Laÿna Droz and Tanya Wyatt bring together articles that detail the myriad of Asian knowledge traditions about environmental conflict, crime and harm and showcase the multi-disciplinary Asian scholars working on environmental crime around the world. It is hoped this issue will “open the door for readers (be they scholars or practitioners) to engage with the debates and collaborate in addressing instances of environmental degradation in Asia”.
The second special issue: Beyond Cybercrime: New Perspectives on Crime, Harm and Digital Technologies extends criminological scholarship by examining how digital technologies are conceptualised within research on crime and (in)justice. Guest editors Faith Gordon, Alyce McGovern, Chrissy Thompson and Mark A. Wood present contributions that broaden our theoretical and conceptual understandings of the technology–harm nexus and provide criminologists with new ways of moving beyond cybercrime.
New Milestone for IJCJSD2021-07-12Read More about announcement New Milestone for IJCJSD
The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy (IJCJSD) has reached another milestone – hitting one million article abstract views.
Launched in 2013, the Journal seeks to publish critical research about common challenges confronting criminal justice systems around the world and is committed to democratising quality knowledge production and dissemination.
The peer reviewed, open access journal publishes four issues per year and is indexed widely in major databases including Scopus, Web of Science and DOAJ – the main database for open access journals. There are no article processing charges (APCs) and authors maintain copyright with all articles licenced under Creative Commons.
This year, IJCJSD was awarded the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Seal. The SEAL is awarded to journals that demonstrate best practice in open access publishing. Of the 16,359 journals indexed by DOAJ, only 9% have the seal.