CALLS FOR PAPERS
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African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies
African Journal of Political Science and International Relations
American Journal of Criminal Justice
Argument and Critique
Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice
Asian Journal of Criminology
Research, Practice, and Theory
Association of Critical Sociology
Behavioral Sciences and Law
British Journal of Criminology
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Civil Rights Remedies (CCRR)
Contemporary Issues in Criminology & the Social Sciences (CICSS)
Contemporary Justice Review (Special Issue: Anarchism as a Foundation for Justice)
Contemporary Justice Review (Special Issue: Animals, Law and Justice)
Correctional Health Today
Crime, Law and Social Change: An International Journal
Crime, Law and Social Change (Special Issue: New Modes of Corruption Control: A Role for the Private Sector?)
Crime, Law and Social Change (Special Issue: Policing the Southern Chinese Seaboard:
Histories & Systems in Regional Perspective)
Criminal Justice Policy Review (SAGE Publications)
Criminal Justice Policy Review (Special Issue: Community Corrections and Restorative Justice)
Criminal Justice Review
Criminal Justice Review (Special Issue: Drugs, Crime, & Goldstein’s Tripartite Framework)
Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society
Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society (Special Issue: Developing and Sustaining Collaborative Research Partnerships with Universities and Criminal Justice Agencies)
Criminal Justice: The International Journal of Policy and Practice
Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society
Criminology & Public Policy
Critical Criminology: An International Journal
Critical Criminology: An International Journal (Special Issue: Queer/ing Criminology: New Directions and Frameworks)
Critical Issues in Crime and Society
Critical Issues in Justice and Politics
East Coast Colleges Social Science Association
Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence
ERCES Online Quarterly Review
Eyes on the ICC
French Review of Criminology
Global Crime (Special Issue: Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism: Different Peas, Same Pod?)
Homicide Studies (Special Issue: Measurement Issues in Homicide Research)
Indian Journal of Criminology
Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law (IJHRL)
Interdisciplinary Research on Terrorism and Political Violence (IRTPV)
International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts Journal
International Criminal Justice Review
International Criminal Justice Review (Special Issue: Advancing Integrated Theories with the use of International and Cross-National Samples)
International Criminal Law Review
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice
International Journal of Comparative Criminology
International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences
International Journal of Cyber Criminology
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
Jones & Bartlett Crime Types Book Series (Call for Book Proposals)
Journal for Crime, Conflict and the Media
Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services
Journal of Art Crime
Journal of Cognitive Behavior Interventions
Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography
Journal of Crime and Justice
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture
Journal of Criminal Justice Education
Journal of Criminal Justice Education (Special Issue: The Evolution of Victimology: Pedagogy, Research, Services, & Advocacy)
Journal of Criminal Psychology
Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies (JEAPS)
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice (Special Issue dedicated to the memory of Dr. Roslyn Muraskin: Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Racial and Ethnic Perspectives)
Journal of Experimental Criminology
Journal of Gang Research
Journal of International Business Studies (Special Issue: Conflict, Security, and Political Risk: International Business in Challenging Times)
Journal of Juvenile Justice
Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice & Psychology
Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution (JLCR)
Journal of Law and Courts
Journal of Law & Social Challenges
Journal of Medical Law and Ethics (JMLE)
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology (JQCJC)
Journal of Quantitative Criminology
Journal of Rural Studies
Journal of School Violence
Journal of Security Education
Journal of Social Criminology
Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network
Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies
Journal of Urban Affairs
Justice Policy Journal
Justice Research and Policy
Justice System Journal
Law and Social Inquiry Graduate Student Paper Competition
Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
Pakistan Journal of Criminology
Peking University Transnational Law Review
Perspectives on Terrorism
Police Practice and Research: An International Journal
Policy and Internet
Professional Issues in Criminal Justice (PICJ)
Public Administration Review (Symposium: Boston Strong: Lesson Learned, Gaps Remaining, and New Issues
Reflexivity in Criminological Research
SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics
Security Journal (Special Issue: Safety on the Move: Crime and Perceived Safety in Transit Environments)
Solving Social Problems
Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice
Stability: International Journal of Security and Development
State Crime - The Journal of the International State Crime Initiative
Trauma and Abuse
Trends in Organized Crime
Turkish Journal of Criminology
University of Trinidad and Tobago's Institute for Criminology and Public Safety
Victims and Offenders
War Crimes, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity
Western Criminology Review
Women & Criminal Justice
Women in Criminal Justice Series
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice: An Interdisciplinary Journal
ACJS TODAY Back to Top
ACJS Today is the official online journal for the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and is sent out electronically to over 2,500 academics and criminal justice practitioners. Five issues are published every year. It is the perfect venue for scholars wishing to showcase work which highlights substantive criminal justice and criminological issues. One of the major benefits of publishing in ACJS Today is that the review process is extremely efficient. In most cases, it is quite possible for an article to be reviewed and published within four to six weeks after it has been submitted. Also, EBSCO Publishing is currently archiving the latest issues of ACJS Today in Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text. So, once an article is published in ACJS Today, it will be seen by an even wider audience. ACJS Today is particularly well-suited for succinct articles. Typically, most submissions are between 2,000 to 4,000 words in length; however, a submission can be shorter or longer depending upon the subject matter. Scholars are also encouraged to submit book reviews and op ed pieces to ACJS Today.
Please send all submissions electronically to:
Robert M. Worley, Ph.D.
Editor, ACJS Today
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Texas A&M University - Central Texas
1001 Leadership Place
Killeen, Texas 76549
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE STUDIES
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The African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies, an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed online journal, invites contributions on issues relevant to criminology, social and justice systems of interest to Africans at home and the African Diaspora globally. Comparative studies or research on related fields, and pedagogical papers on how to develop criminology and criminal justice education in Africa are particularly welcome. The journal accepts research articles, policy analyses, commentaries or brief research notes. Particularly, it encourages articles on innovative theoretical, methodological and policy interventions that deepen the understanding of how to prevent or repair the crimes against humanity that people of African descent have suffered and how to reverse the crisis of over-representation that people of African descent continue to suffer in correctional institutions around the world.
AJCJS is published at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. The length of articles should not exceed 6,000 words (in double-spaced pages) with a 100-word abstract. Commentaries and research notes should be approximately half this length. Limited number of reviews per issue will also be accommodated. Submission instructions to authors are posted at the journal’s website: http://www.umes.edu/ajcjs/.
Publishers and authors who may want to send copies of their books for review should send 4-6 copies directly to the managing editor: Emmanuel Onyeozili, Dept. of Criminal Justice, 3018 Hazel Hall, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD. 21853.
For further information, please contact the editor, Biko Agozino at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
All contributions should be sent electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFRICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE STUDIES Back to Top
African Journal of Political Science and International Relations (AJPSIR) is currently accepting manuscripts for publication. AJPSIR publishes rigorous theoretical reasoning and advanced empirical research in all areas of the subjects. We welcome articles or proposals from all perspectives and on all subjects pertaining to Africa, Africa's relationship to the world, public policy, international relations, comparative politics, political methodology, political theory, political history and culture, global political economy, strategy and environment. The journal will also address developments within the discipline. Each issue will normally contain a mixture of peer-reviewed research articles, reviews or essays using a variety of methodologies and approaches.
Manuscripts must be sent as e-mail attachment to email@example.com
AJPSIR editorial board makes an objective and quick decision on each manuscript and informs the corresponding author within four weeks of submission. If accepted, the article is published online in the next issue.
AJPSIR is an open access journal and all articles published are available online without restriction to scientific researchers in the public and private sectors, government agencies, educators and the general public. The journal also provides a medium for documentation and archiving of research articles. AJPSIR papers are exposed to the widest possible readership.
Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript within four weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next available issue.
Please visit http://www.academicjournals.org/AJPSIR to view our current issue.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
The Journal of the Southern Criminal Justice Association
The American Journal of Criminal Justice, sponsored by the Southern
Criminal Justice Association, is a refereed publication and manuscripts
go through a blind review process. The focus of AJCJ is on a wide
criminal justice topics and issues. Some of these concerns
include items pertaining to the criminal justice process, the formal and
informal interplay between system components, problems and solutions experienced
various segments, innovative practices, policy development and implementation,
evaluative research, the players engaged in these enterprises, and a wide
assortment of other related interests. The AJCJ publishes original
articles that utilize a broad range of methodologies and perspectives when
examining crime, law, and criminal justice processing.
The strongly preferred way for authors to transmit manuscripts is via e-mail
(WordPerfect or Word format). Submissions sent through the postal
service should include one hard copy of the manuscript along with an
IBM-compatible file on a 3 ½ inch disk. Manuscripts should
include a title page listing the author(s) and affiliation(s) along with
postal and e-mail addresses, an abstract page that does not exceed 150
words, and a brief biographical sketch of the author(s). Papers are
not to exceed 25 pages in total length (including tables, figures, and
references) and style should conform to that outlined in the Publication
Manual of the American
Psychological Association (2001). Submission of a manuscript
to AJCJ is regarded as a commitment to publish therein. Manuscripts submitted
simultaneously to another journal will be rejected automatically.
AJCJ is abstracted or indexed in Criminal Justice Abstracts; Criminal
Justice Periodical Index; Criminology, Penology, and Police Science Abstracts;
International Political Science Abstracts; Psychological
Abstracts; Public Affairs Information Service; and Sociological Abstracts.
Address Manuscripts and Inquiries to the Editor:
George E. Higgins, Ph.D.
Department of Justice Administration
University of Louisville
2301 South 3rd Street
208 Brigman Hall
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: (502) 852-0331
Fax: (502) 852-0065
ARGUMENT AND CRITIQUE Back to Top
Argument and Critique is a newly formed, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access, international, online journal. Our articles aim to stimulate debate and critical thinking around controversial topics. We welcome submissions at any time from academics, service providers and service users. We are interested in research papers, creative pieces and writings that focus on social reform in policy and practice. We are particularly interested in receiving submissions that contribute to the Libertarian agenda.
We aim to provide a publishing process that is friendly to authors and hence we offer a number of benefits that many other journals do not offer. Our feedback is unusually detailed, timely and transparent. Our journal is ‘open’, to expand the maximum audience reach. Moreover, we do not require exclusive submission.
Our rigorous peer review process provides very detailed, constructive feedback on manuscripts. We aim to have a decision on the manuscript within one month. Our peer review process is fully open and transparent so you will know the criteria against which the manuscript is assessed. You will also know the identity of your reviewers and they will know your identity. For full details of our process of peer review and guidance on manuscript preparation, visit the ‘For Authors’ section
of the website http://www.argumentcritique.com/for-authors.html
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ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF POLICE & CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
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ASIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
The Asian Journal of Criminology seeks submission on studies of crime, criminology, and criminal justice in Asia or about the impact of Asian crime groups in America, Europe and elsewhere. We are especially interested in receiving manuscripts with a comparative or empirical focus and that also address legal issues pertinent to criminal justice. The coverage spans criminology, criminal justice, law, sociology, psychology, forensic science, social work, urban studies and more. The journal also invites shorter reviews or research notes. Studies with a focus on Asian context is most desirable, but not required for submission to the the Journal.
The Journal publishes in both print and online versions. On the homepage of Asian Journal of Criminology at springer.com you can:
-Read the most downloaded articles for free
-Sign up for the Table of Contents Alerts
-Get to know the complete Editorial Board
-Find submission information
You may access the homepage of the Journal at: http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/criminology/journal/11417
For paper submission please visit: http://www.edmgr.com/ajoc/default.asp
For paper format and reference issues, please access the Instructions for Authors at:
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND THEORY Back to Top
First Proposal Submission Deadline: November 1, 2012 Second Proposal Submission Deadline: December 1, 2012
Last Call for Proposals: January 2, 2013 Notification of Acceptance: December 1, 2012 – January 7, 2013
Full Chapter Submission: March 1, 2013
Review Results Returned: May 30, 2013
Revised Chapter Submission: June 30, 2013 Final Acceptance Notification: July 15, 2013
Final Chapter Submission: July 30, 2013
A book edited by Dr. Boaventura DaCosta (Solers Research Group, USA) and Dr. Soonhwa Seok (Korea University, South Korea).
To be published by IGI Global:
Advancements in technology have given way to a wealth of assistive technology ranging from physical devices, such as wheelchairs and prosthetic limbs, to information technology, such as educational software, which assists those with learning disabilities. Today more than ever, a full grasp of these technologies is necessary in order to meet the special needs of individuals with disabilities. This book intends to provide a voice to those involved in assistive technology, as a means in which to contribute to the special needs community.
Objective of the Book
This book aims to provide relevant theoretical frameworks, the latest empirical research findings, and the practical application of assistive technology. Specifically, this book is aimed at addressing, comprehensively, trends and issues in practice, research, and theories related to assistive technology; presenting the latest practices of assistive technology across the world and, consequently, different walks of life, cultures, and age groups; and in the facilitation of the development of assistive technology based on what is available to date with regard to emerging technologies.
This book targets professionals and researchers involved in special education and other fields which benefit from assistive technology.
This comprehensive collection of research, theories, and practices is intended to serve as a handbook and reference to researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and students from around the world interested in assistive technology.
Theories and research in assistive technology • The Internet and media and its application to assistive technology • Assistive technology, software, devices, and gaming • Evaluation and assessment as it applies to assistive technology • Teacher education and the use of assistive technology • Culture in assistive technology and comparative assistive technology • History, philosophy, ethics and laws related to those with special needs
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before January 2, 2013, a 2-3 page chapter proposal clearly explaining the mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. Authors of accepted proposals will be notified December 1, 2012 through January 7, 2013 about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Proposals are reviewed as they are received, so authors are encouraged to submit their proposals early. Authors are asked not to submit more than two proposals. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by March 1, 2013. Chapters should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words, including abstract, headings, and references; all citations and references must conform to APA format--5th Edition or later; and chapters must be submitted as an MS Word document or RTF. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project.
This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group Inc.), publisher of the “Information Science Reference”
(formerly Idea Group Reference), “Medical Information Science Reference,” “Business Science Reference,” and “Engineering Science Reference” imprints. For additional information regarding the publisher, please visit www.igi-global.com. This publication is anticipated to be released in early 2014.
ASSOCIATION OF CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY Back to Top
Looking Back, Moving Forward: The Effects of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast
Monday, August 18, 2014
San Francisco, California
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
Panel sponsored by Critical Sociology
The official journal of the ASSOCIATION OF CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY
Panel Organizers: Lori Latrice Martin and Hayward Derrick Horton
Description: The nation will soon pause and remember the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, one of the most catastrophic natural and man-made disasters in American history. Hurricane Katrina forever changed the physical, social, economic, and demographic landscape of the Gulf Coast. The devastating storm both revealed and exacerbated a host of social problems, including: crime and deviance, residential segregation, asset poverty, social disorganization, racial tensions, income inequality, unemployment, deviance, substance abuse, dissolution of the family, school segregation, health disparities, disenfranchisement, civic disengagement and environmental justice, among others. We invite papers that critically analyze the effects of Hurricane Katrina on a contemporary social problem. Panelists may submit papers for publication in a forthcoming special issue of Critical Sociology.
Please email an abstract of 500-750 words to Lori Latrice Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30, 2014.
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Special Issue: Measuring and Interpreting the Predictive Validity of Violence Risk Assessment
Behavioral Sciences and Law invites submissions for a forthcoming special issue on Measuring and Interpreting the Predictive Validity of Violence Risk Assessment.
The field of violence risk assessment has expanded rapidly over the past several decades, resulting in the development of a number of structured risk assessment tools. While there is a substantial literature on these instruments, few articles have been published to guide researchers in the measurement of their predictive validity and the interpretation of such findings. Further, a debate has begun to emerge concerning the predictive validity of risk assessment tools when applied to individual cases, and methodological advances may be needed in this area. To address these gaps, this special issue aims to provide a comprehensive and accessible resource for researchers, clinicians, and policymakers interested in the measurement of predictive validity or the use of such findings in clinical or legal practice.
We invite empirical and conceptual papers on the measurement of predictive validity as it relates to violence risk assessment. In addition, papers focusing on the implications of the measurement of predictive validity for public protection and individual liberty are also welcome, as are legal perspectives on these issues.
Papers should be no longer than 35 pages, inclusive of all tables, figures and references. References should be in American Psychological Association style. The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2012. Please send two electronic copies of the submission, one blinded for peer review, to John Petrila, J.D., LL.M., University of South Florida (email@example.com) or Jay P. Singh, Ph.D., University of South Florida (firstname.lastname@example.org), the guest editor for this issue.
Behavioral Sciences & the Law is a peer reviewed journal which provides current and comprehensive information from throughout the world on topics at the interface of the law and the behavioral sciences. Appealing to clinicians, academics, researchers, and policymakers, the journal balances theoretical, mental health, legal, and research writings to provide a broad perspective on pertinent psycho-legal topics. Most issues are devoted primarily to one special topic, often presented from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
Edited by Pat Carlen
The British Journal of Criminology: An International Review of Crime and Society is one of the world's top criminology journals. It publishes work of the highest quality from around the world and across all areas of criminology. BJC is a valuable resource for academics and researchers in crime, whether they be from criminology, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law, economics, politics or social work, and for professionals concerned with crime, law, criminal justice, politics and penology. In addition to publishing peer-reviewed articles, BJC contains a substantial book review section.
The Journal welcomes submissions from a variety of perspectives focusing on crime and society; and especially articles written from sociological, historical, philosophical, geographical, psychological, jurisprudential, cultural, political or policy standpoints. Submitting your article to the BJC offers the benefit of fast, timely publication in a publication consistently highly ranked in the ISI social science citation index. For full instructions on submitting an article to the BJC, visit the ‘For Authors’ section of the website: www.bjc.oxfordjournals.org.
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice invites contributions
on any aspect of crime or delinquency, or criminal or juvenile justice.
CJCCJ has been publishing continuously for almost 50 years, making it one
of the oldest scholarly journals in the field. Preference is given to articles
with particular relevance to Canada, but the Journal also welcomes comparative
studies and work which is of general interest. The journal accepts
research articles, research notes, commentaries, and book reviews. The
length of most research articles is 20-30 double-spaced pages. Commentaries
and research notes tend to be considerably shorter. An editorial decision
is normally provided within three months of submission.
Instructions to authors and book reviewers and the contents of recent
issues are posted at the journal’s websites at: www.ccja-acjp.ca/en/cjc.html and www.utpjournals.com/jour.ihtml?lp=cjccj/cjccj.html.
For further information, please contact the editor, Peter Carrington,
For further information, please contact the editor, Peter Carrington,
CENTER FOR CIVIL RIGHTS REMEDIES Back to Top
The Center for Civil Rights Remedies (CCRR) at the Civil Rights Project, in collaboration with the Research-to-Practice Collaborative on Race and Gender Disparities in School Discipline, seeks research papers that will inform school discipline policies at the district, state, and federal levels.
Approximately fifteen research papers will be selected for presentation at a national conference on understanding and addressing race and gender disparities in school discipline, to be held in Washington D.C. in November or December of 2012. The national conference will be followed by a federal briefing for members of Congress and the publication of papers in an edited volume. Previous conference-related books include, “Racial Inequity in Special Education” and “Dropouts in America,” both Harvard Education Press publications. The ultimate goal of the papers is to foster policies and practices that reduce schools’ reliance on suspension and expulsion to manage student behavior, with special attention to reducing disparities.
A complete description of the project and the detailed call for papers, including submission requirements and honoraria, is obtained here: http://civilrightsproject.ucla.edu/research/k-12-education/school-discipline/call-for-papers-research-to-inform-policymakers-with-a-focus-on-race-and-gender-disparities-in-school-discipline
Proposals must be submitted electronically to the Center for Civil Rights Remedies by February 28, 2012. Submit your cover page, abstract and proposal to email@example.com, with a cc to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cityscape, published three times a year by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R), is accepting submissions involving issues related to the nexus of housing and crime. These submissions will appear in Cityscape’s new Refereed Papers section. Historically, PD&R has supported research on such topics as crime prevention through environmental design and crime-in-public housing.
We have always welcomed high-quality submissions in all areas of housing and urban policy and consider crime issues to be important here. Cityscape is published both in hard copy and online. Our referee process is double-blind and timely, and our referees highly qualified. The Managing Editor also will give guidance to authors about the suitability of papers proposed in outline form. Send manuscripts or outlines to Cityscape@hud.gov.
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN CRIMINOLOGY & THE SOCIAL SCIENCES Back to Top
Contemporary Issues in Criminology and the Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal that includes research and/or policy papers from a broad range of disciplines. Disciplines that are specifically earmarked as appropriate for this journal include Criminology & Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Counseling, and Social Work. The primary area of focus for this journal is criminal and antisocial behavior. Social issues that are corollary to crime and justice are also welcomed topics for this journal.
Both quantitative and qualitative manuscripts are welcomed. Evaluative studies of agency programs and/or interventions, theoretical applications, analyses of organizational behavior, and qualitative critiques of different social issues are all appropriate for submission to CICSS. In addition, CICSS seeks to provide a multinational perspective to the study of criminal behavior and welcomes cross-national comparisons of social issues around the world. It is expected the future issues of CICSS will include comparative social science themes as their primary foci.
CICSS comes in both the traditional hardcopy format and in the form of an online journal. All subscribers have access to the on-line version and also receive a typical hardcopy version. CICSS is officially affiliated with the Cardean Learning Group, with that program’s staff providing logistic and technological support.
CICSS has an established group of reviewers and we are currently seeking submissions for this journal. If you know of anyone interested in submitting a manuscript to this journal, please have them indicate interest and have them send their potential submission to Robert D. Hanser at email@example.com. The submission will be forwarded to the associate editors so that the submission can be placed under review. Potential authors should allow 4 to 6 weeks for the review process to be completed before making further inquiries as to acceptance of a particular manuscript. From November 1st, 2007 onward, the official website for CICSS will be cicssjournal.org. All potential authors are encouraged to check this website once it is fully operational.
Please note that all papers should be submitted in current APA format. Manuscripts must not exceed 25 pages in length, including title page, abstract, and references. Prospective authors should provide their name, title, agency or university affiliation, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address when submitting manuscripts to CICSS.
Please direct all inquiries to:
Robert D. Hanser, Ph.D.
Ellis College &
University of Louisiana at Monroe
111 N. Canal, Suite 455
Chicago, IL 60606
CONTEMPORARY JUSTICE REVIEW Back to Top
Special Issue: Anarchism as a Foundation for Justice
Final Deadline: December 31, 2013
The Editors and Advisory Board of Contemporary Justice Review are pleased to announce a Call for Papers for a special issue on “Anarchism as a Foundation for Justice.”
We welcome papers that focus on the theory of anarchism as it relates to justice as well as on practices that serve to meet the needs of all in different social situations. We regard anarchism as a needs-based perspective on social life whose aims are best achieved through nonviolent means.
Articles might suggest or outline anarchist strategies for fostering families, schools, and places of work that take into account the needs of all, structurally as well as in the daily practices of those involved in these social arrangements. Articles focusing more broadly on economic and sociopolitical issues as they impact the principles and processes of justice are also welcome.
Authors might wish to highlight a variety of aspects of social life that reflect anarchist principles: (1) organizations (e.g., Food Not Bombs, War Resisters League, Catholic Worker); (2) publishing (e.g., Black Rose Books; AK Press); (3) personages (e.g., Peter Kropotkin, Noam Chomsky, Dorothy Day); (4) works of literature (e.g., Woman on the Edge of Time, The Dispossessed); (5) fine arts (e.g., John Cage, Merce Cunningham); (6) schools (e.g., Black Mountain, Summerhill, The Modern School); (7) social movements (e.g., women’s movements, Spanish Civil War, Occupy); (8) business and cooperatives (e.g., Mondragon, Red and Black Café, Red Emma’s); (9) “religion” (e.g., mysticism, Christian anarchism, Taoism); (10) intentional communities (e.g., Twin Oaks, Whiteway Colony); and (11) murals and street art (e.g., Banksy, Anarchists of the Americas).
We are also looking for contexualizing reviews of: (1) anarchist literature (e.g., Mutual Aid, Homage To Catalonia, Anarchism Today); (2) film (e.g., “Antifa: Chasseur de Skins,” “Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media,” “Life and Debt,” “Libertarias,”); (3) cartoonists (e.g., Stephanie McMillan); and (4) musicians (e.g., Utah Phillips, “Emma’s Revolution”).
We will also gladly welcome any work on the ecology movement, animal rights movement, local food movement, sustainable agriculture movement, and/or restorative justice movement. We encourage authors to write in an accessible and engaging style that is free of academic jargon.
Those wishing to participate in the issue(s) should send a title and abstract (250 words or fewer) to CJR Assistant Editor G. Hamilton Gray by April 15, 2013. Authors whose work is selected will be notified by April 30, 2013. Completed work is due December 31, 2013 for inclusion in upcoming issues of the journal. Any questions about prospective proposals are to be directed to CJR Contributing Editor, Dennis Sullivan.
CONTEMPORARY JUSTICE REVIEW Back to Top
Special Issue: Animals, Law and Justice
Final Deadline: March 31, 2014
Contemporary Justice Review is calling for paper submissions addressing the topic “Animals & Issues of Law and Justice” for a special issue of the journal. While the disciplines of Animal Law, Sociology, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Biological Sciences, etc., publish extensively on issues concerns of non-human animals is interdisciplinary yet largely absent in criminology and justice studies. Therefore, bringing much needed attention to issues surrounding use, abuse, and research of animals demands CJR attention.
Contemporary Justice Review prefers articles written in accessible prose which avoids academic jargon and offers insights fostering justice in daily life, in this context, daily life involves the range of non-human animals and non-human animal companions. The proposed issue seeks papers placing non-human animals in an academic, practical, research, and other areas of interests and contexts.
Authors are encouraged to consider topics that may include, but are not limited to: animal abuse or cruelty; research on The Link involving the animal cruelty/family and/or interpersonal violence and their nexus; pet protective orders and domestic violence; animals as victims of crime; breed-specific legislation; dog- and cock-fighting and the connection to gang culture or other matters of justice; the development and evolution of animal law regarding areas of animal cruelty and animal welfare in various jurisdictions; an analysis of the philosophies of animal rights vs. utilitarianism; the use of animal assisted therapy when working with at-risk youth; historical analyses of the animal rights movement; the role of animal control agencies in dealing with crimes against animals; animal welfare issues generally (i.e., the treatment of animals used in food production; animals used in the entertainment industry, etc.); laws concerning wildlife; the role of animals in restorative and transformative justice; animals as agents of healing; and etc. These topics can be addressed through criticism, exposition, and other forms of scholarly writing.
Titles and abstracts (250 words or fewer) should be submitted to the Special Issue Editor by July 1, 2013. Those authors whose work are selected will be notified by September 3, 2013. Completed work is due March 31, 2014 for inclusion in an upcoming issue of the journal. Questions about prospective proposals should be directed to CJR Special Issue Editor, Sue C. Escobar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Contemporary Justice Review is an interdisciplinary journal for scholars, practitioners, and activists around the globe who seek to explore new models and demonstration projects of justice that reflect just social arrangements at the local to the international level. The journal reflects a variety of formats including scholarly articles; roundtable discussions; interviews; testimonial narratives; and film and/or book reviews.
Any CRJ manuscript issues or and queries about submission procedures can be directed to:
Assistant Editor, Brandi Vigil
Editor-in-Chief: Dan Okada
CORRECTIONAL HEALTH TODAYBack to Top
Correctional Health Today (CHT), the interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of ACA’s Healthcare Professional Interest Section, is seeking quality submissions for upcoming issues. CHT will include articles on a range of correctional health care issues in all areas of corrections — adult, juvenile, jails and community/reentry. All peer-reviewed articles must meet rigorous standards and can represent a broad range of topics, including medical and mental health care, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, legal and ethical issues, administration and public health.
CHT is published twice a year and is available to section members in both print and electronic versions. Our review process allows for a thorough analysis by expert peer reviewers with a time frame that is often less than other journals.
Authors should follow the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association, Fifth Edition, guidelines for manuscript preparation. Submission criteria can be found at www.aca.org or you may contact the managing
editor at CHTeditor@aca.org.
CORRECTIONS COMPENDIUM Back to Top
ACA Seeks Article Submissions for Peer-Reviewed Research Journal
Have you just completed a research study or scholarly essay that you think would be of interest to those in corrections? Corrections Compendium, the bimonthly journal of the American Correctional Association, is seeking submissions for upcoming issues. Its international readership includes individuals involved in various sectors of the corrections and criminal justice fields, including individuals employed in academia, state and local correctional agencies, and community corrections, to those in probation and parole and juvenile services. A leading peer-reviewed publication in the corrections field, Compendium welcomes you to submit your research-based papers for possible publication. We are open to submissions on all subjects — provided that they relate to corrections and adhere to standards of quality scholarship. A typical article is approximately 3,000 to 6,000 words, excluding references, endnotes, tables, charts, etc. All submissions are reviewed by members of our editorial advisory board. Articles must not have been published elsewhere or be under consideration by another publication. Do you think you may have just what we are looking for? If so, please e-mail your article to Susan Clayton, Managing Editor, Periodicals, ACA, at email@example.com in Microsoft Word or WordPerfect format, double spaced, with any tables or charts at the end of the text. Please remember to include your name, title, affiliation, address, daytime telephone number, fax number and e-mail address.
CRIME, LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE: An International Journal Back to Top
Crime, Law and Social Change is a peer-reviewed journal that
publishes essays and reviews dealing with the political economy of organized
crime whether at the transnational, national, regional or local levels
anywhere in the world. In addition, the Journal publishes work on
financial crime, political corruption, environmental crime, and the expropriation
of resources from developing nations. The Journal is also committed
to publishing in the general area of Human Rights including studies of
genocide, essays of compensation and justice for survivors of mass murder
and state-sponsored terrorism, analyses of international human rights organizations
(both governmental and NGO’s), and essays focused on gender, racial and
Crime, Law and Social Change invites scholars from all disciplines
to submit book reviews. The Journal recently expanded its book review
section, and will work with scholars to match their research interests
with books we have received for review. Furthermore, Crime, Law
and Social Change will, on occasion, solicit books from publishers
at the request of prospective authors. Young scholars looking for
publishing opportunities are also encouraged to submit reviews. For
further information, please contact
Nikos Passas, Professor
College of Criminal Justice
400 Churchill Hall
Boston, MA 02115-5000
Elmer V. H. and Eileen M. Brooks Trustee Professor
College of Criminal Justice, 400 Churchill Hall
Boston, MA 02115-5000, USA
CRIME, LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE Back to Top
Special Issue: New Modes of Corruption Control: A Role for the Private Sector?
Call for Papers
CRIME, LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE Back to Top
Special Issue: Policing the Southern Chinese Seaboard:
Histories & Systems in Regional Perspective
Call for Papers
CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY REVIEW Back to Top
Special Issue: Community Corrections and Restorative Justice
Submission Deadline: May 31, 2013
Criminal Justice Policy Review (published by SAGE Publications) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal committed to the study of criminal justice policy through quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methodological approaches. The journal is published quarterly and accepts appropriate articles, essays, research notes, and book reviews. It also provides a forum for occasional special issues on notable topics in crime and justice. The journal appeals to criminologists, sociologists, political scientists, and practitioners with an interest in criminal justice policy. For more information about Criminal Justice Policy Review, please go to http://cjp.sagepub.com.
The journal is currently soliciting manuscripts for a special issue on community corrections, with primary consideration given to submissions that discuss the incorporation of restorative justice philosophy, programs, and practices within the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Manuscripts considered for this special issue could focus on a variety of topics, including (but not limited to); (a) strategies for applying restorative justice philosophy within community-based programs and practices, (b) evaluations of community corrections and/or restorative justice programs, (c) empirical tests of community corrections and/or restorative justice theories, (d) research on re-integrative shaming efforts, (e) empirical studies on the use of international or cross-disciplinary restorative justice practices (for example, the use of restorative practices with Child Soldiers). All submitted manuscripts should contain discussion of relevant implications for criminal justice policy and practice.
An online submission and review system for Criminal Justice Policy Review is available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cjpr. Manuscripts should be submitted in current APA format. For additional information, please contact Dr. Jeremy Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (724) 552-4325.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY REVIEW (SAGE Publications) Back to Top
CALL FOR PAPERS – SPECIAL ISSUE:
JUSTICE-INVOLVED OFFENDERS WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND/OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROBLEMS
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2014
Criminal Justice Policy Review (SAGE Publications) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal committed to the study of criminal justice policy through quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methodological approaches. The journal is published quarterly and accepts appropriate articles, essays, research notes, and book reviews. It also provides a forum for occasional special issues on notable topics in crime and justice. The journal appeals to criminologists, sociologists, political scientists, and practitioners with an interest in criminal justice policy. For more information about Criminal Justice Policy Review, please go to http://cjp.sagepub.com.
The journal currently is soliciting manuscripts for a special issue on justice-involved offenders with mental health and/or substance abuse problems. Manuscripts considered for this special issue could:
- present exploratory, descriptive, explanatory, or evaluation research;
- focus on either adult or juvenile offenders;
- examine offenders at any stage of justice system processing (e.g., arrest, pre-trial, adjudication/conviction, sentencing, incarceration, and community corrections); and/or
- examine offenders being processed in specialty courts (e.g., drug courts, mental health courts, and veterans courts).
All submitted manuscripts should contain discussion of relevant implications for criminal or juvenile justice policy and practice.
The online submission and review system for Criminal Justice Policy Review is available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cjpr. Manuscripts should be submitted in current APA format (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association). Further questions can be directed to EmmaLeigh Kirchner at email@example.com or 724-357-2720.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE REVIEW
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The Criminal Justice Review is a quarterly scholarly journal dedicated
to presenting a broad perspective on criminal justice issues. It
focuses on any aspect of crime and the justice system, and can feature
local, state, or national concerns. Both qualitative and quantitative
pieces are encouraged, providing that they adhere to standards of quality
scholarship. As a peer-reviewed journal, we encourage the submission
of articles, research notes, and commentaries that
focus on crime and justice-related topics broadly defined. Five copies
of manuscripts should be submitted in English, follow APA style, be double-spaced
throughout, including references, tables and indented quotations, and cannot
be under consideration by another publication. An abstract not to
exceed 200 words must be included with submissions. Send to:
Dean Dabney, Editor
Criminal Justice Review
Georgia State University
Department of Criminal Justice
P.O. Box 4018
Atlanta, GA 30302-4018
Phone: (404) 413-1039
Fax: (404) 413-1030
CRIMINAL JUSTICE REVIEW Back to Top
2014 Special Issue: Drugs, Crime, & Goldstein’s Tripartite Framework
Submission Deadline: December 15th, 2013
Criminal Justice Review (CJR) invites submissions for a special issue, “Drugs, Crime, & Goldstein’s Tripartite Framework,” to be guest edited by Dr. Scott Jacques. Almost 30 years ago, Paul Goldstein published a seminal article in which he suggests an elegant and powerful idea, namely that drugs and violence are related in three ways that he termed the psychopharmacological, economic compulsive, and systemic models. Since its debut, this idea has served as a spring board and organizing framework for hundreds if not thousands of studies into the link between drugs and violence and, more broadly, crime. The purpose of this special issue is to review and synthesize what has been learned thus far about the drugs-violence/crime models, and also to carve out original and fruitful paths for further inquiry. Consideration will be given to papers that accomplish one or both of those goals. Submissions will be peer-reviewed. Manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages double-spaced excluding tables, figures, and references. An abstract of approximately 200 words and a biographical sketch must accompany the manuscript. Submissions must arrive no later than December 15, 2013. Authors must send two electronic copies of the manuscript, one full version (with cover page containing the author’s name, title, institutional contact information; acknowledgments; grant numbers; and the date, location, and conference at which the manuscript may have been presented), and one blind copy (minus all identifying information) to Dr. Jacques at firstname.lastname@example.org. Manuscripts should be in MS Word and adhere to the formatting style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.) and CJR formatting guidelines.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES: A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF CRIME, LAW AND SOCIETY
A refereed journal published quarterly by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group Back to Top
Criminal Justice Studies publishes articles that deal with substantive criminal justice and criminological issues relevant to the issues of criminal justice, as well as those that may be outside the field but have relevancy to the topic of criminal justice. We welcome articles from other fields such as public administration, issues of public policy as well as public affairs issues. Literature review, reserach notes, and summary reports of innovative reserach projects in criminal justice are also covered.
Previously published under the title The Justice Professional this journal is a referred journal now published quarterly. Qualitiative and quantifiable articles are sought mainly from academics and reserach in the field, though articles from professional may also be considered.
The journal receives all manuscript submissions electronically via their ScholarOne Manuscripts website located at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/GJUP. ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, as well as facilitating the review process and internal communication between authors, editors and reviewers via a web-based platform.
For more information contact:
University of Louisville, USA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES: A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF CRIME, LAW AND SOCIETY
A refereed journal published quarterly by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group Back to Top
Special Issue: Developing and Sustaining Collaborative Research Partnerships with Universities and Criminal Justice Agencies
January 15, 2014
Criminal Justice Studies is calling for original papers on “Developing and Sustaining Collaborative Research Partnerships with Universities and Criminal Justice Agencies” for a special topics issue of the journal that will be published mid-2014.
The intent of this issue is to bring attention to innovative strategies and collaborative partnerships that have resulted in long-lasting equitable research partnerships among different organizations involved in the criminal justice system as well as “cautionary tales” and recommendations for overcoming barriers in research-practitioner collaborations.
Topics may include, though are not limited to, assessing needs for research partnerships, strategies for overcoming barriers to successful partnerships and conducting research in the midst of conflicting goals and needs across partners.
Find out more details and how to submit here:
Criminal Justice Studies is a quarterly journal that publishes theoretical, empirical and interpretive studies of crime and criminal justice. The journal is multi-disciplinary in nature, drawing on all social sciences that provide insights regarding issues of crime and criminal justice.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE: THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLICY AND PRACTICE
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This is a peer-reviewed journal that includes scholarly articles that
focus on the policy-making process, current criminal justice policies and
practices, and the gap that sometimes exists between policy and practice.
It also includes regular features on policy development and national practice
initiatives and a book review section. For submission details, contact
the following. Regarding papers from Europe, contact Tim Newburn (email@example.com).
Regarding papers from Australia, contact David Dixon (D.Dixon@unsw.edu.au).
Regarding papers from the Americas, contact Martin D. Schwartz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY Back to Top
Call for Papers
CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
Please see ASC's main Publications page for more information.
CRIMINOLOGY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, LAW & SOCIETY Back to Top
Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society (CCJLS), formerly Western Criminology Review (WCR), is the official journal of the Western Society of Criminology. This peer-reviewed journal builds on the mission of its predecessor by promoting understanding of the causes of crime; the methods used to prevent and control crime; the institutions, principles, and actors involved in the apprehension, prosecution, punishment, and reintegration of offenders; and the legal and political framework under which the justice system and its primary actors operate. Historical and contemporary perspectives are encouraged, as are diverse theoretical and methodological approaches.
CCJLS publishes theoretical and empirical research on criminology, criminal justice, and criminal law and society; practice-oriented papers (including those addressing teaching/pedagogical issues); essays and commentary on crime, law, and justice policy; replies and comments to articles previously published in CCJLS or WCR; book and film reviews; and scholarly article reviews.
Manuscripts must be submitted electronically through the journal’s portal on Scholastica (https://scholasticahq.com/criminology-criminal-justice-law-society). Submissions must be in English and formatted according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition (2009). All correspondence is conducted online to speed the review process. Due to the advantages of being an online journal, there are no page, color, or appendix restrictions, although a 30-page upper limit for the body of papers is recommended. Additionally, authors may, at their discretion, include images (in .jpg. or .gif formats), as well as hyperlinks to web pages, source documents, You Tube videos, and similar multimedia materials on the Internet to take full advantage of the digital nature of the journal. Our evaluation process involves an internal review by editorial staff, followed by a blind assessment by two external reviewers. Inquiries about CCJLS should be directed to the editors—Henry F. Fradella, Aili Malm, and Christine S. Scott-Hayward—via email at CCJLS@WesternCriminology.org.
Please see ASC's main Publications page for more information.
CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL Back to Top
Critical Criminology is the official journal of the Division of Critical
Criminology of the American Society of Criminology. The journal deals with
questions of social, political and economic justice. Critical Criminology
is for academics and researchers with an interest in anarchistic, cultural,
feminist, integrative, Marxist, peace-making, postmodernist and left-realist
criminology. The journal does not limit the scope of the inquiry to state
definitions of crime and welcomes work focusing on issues of social harm
and social justice, including those exploring the intersecting lines of
class, gender, race/ethnicity and heterosexism. The journal is of interest
for all persons with an interest in alternative methodologies and theories
in criminology, including chaos theory, non-linear analysis, and complex
systems science as it pertains to the study of crime and criminal justice.
The journal encourages works that focus on creative and cooperative solutions
to justice problems, plus strategies for the construction of a more inclusive
Manuscripts should be approximately 6,000 to 8,000 words (including
tables, illustrations, notes and references). Please send four hard copies
of manuscripts, as well as an electronic copy (on 3.5 diskette or on CD-ROM)
to Dr. Shahid Alvi, Editor-in-Chief, Faculty of Criminology, Justice &
Policy Studies, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2000 Simcoe
St. N, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada L1H 7K4.
Prior to submission, please access the following URL and follow the
posted author’s guidelines: http://www.critcrim.org/journal.htm
(NOTE: this link will lead you to the Springer website with links to author
For our colleagues outside the U.S. and Canada, electronic submission
is available, and should be sent to: Shahid.email@example.com.
For markets outside the U.S., please consider working with either Mark
Israel, Editor for the Pacific Rim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Joanna Goodey, European Editor (email@example.com).
Our Book Review Editor, Mindy Bradley, is looking for book recommendations
as well as individuals willing to review them. You may contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL Back to Top
Special Issue: Queer/ing Criminology: New Directions and Frameworks
Submission Deadline: July 1st, 2013
Guest Editors: Matthew Ball, Carrie L. Buist, and Jordan Blair Woods
Critical Criminology: An International Journal invites original submissions for a special issue, “Queer/ing Criminology: New Directions and Frameworks,” guest edited by Matthew Ball, Carrie L. Buist, and Jordan Blair Woods. The issue will be published in March 2014.
The goal of the special issue is to begin a discussion on how critical criminology can assist in increasing criminological engagement with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) populations, and sexual orientation and gender identity concepts. The editors are especially interested in contributions that offer critical insight on updating existing and/or developing new conceptual frameworks to address criminological issues involving sexual orientation, gender identity, and LGBTQ populations.
Manuscripts should be under 6,500 words (including tables, illustrations, notes and references) and conform to the manuscript style of the Critical Criminology journal. Manuscripts for the special issue should be sent electronically in Microsoft Word format to Jordan Blair Woods (email@example.com) by July 1, 2013 with “Queer Criminology Manuscript” in the subject line. If authors would like to discuss a potential topic for the special issue, please e-mail Jordan at that address.
Critical Criminology is the official journal of the ASC Division of Critical Criminology. The journal deals with questions of social, political and economic justice. Critical Criminology is for academics and researchers with an interest in anarchistic, cultural, feminist, integrative, Marxist, peace-making, postmodernist and left-realist criminology. The journal does not limit the scope of the inquiry to state definitions of crime and welcomes work focusing on issues of social harm and social justice, including those exploring the intersecting lines of class, gender, race/ethnicity and heterosexism. The journal is of interest for all persons with an interest in alternative methodologies and theories in criminology, including chaos theory, non-linear analysis, and complex systems science as it pertains to the study of crime and criminal justice. The journal encourages works that focus on creative and cooperative solutions to justice problems, plus strategies for the construction of a more inclusive society.
David Kauzlarich, Editor in Chief
Critical Issues in Crime and Society (Rutgers University Press) seeks manuscripts and proposals for books offering critical analyses of contemporary controversies in crime and justice. The series is particularly well suited to works critical criminological works that bring sociological, political-economic, feminist, postmodern, critical race, and/or global frameworks to the study of barriers to justice. The series offers books that are accessible to students and other interested audiences beyond the academy, as well as to scholars in justice studies. Please direct your questions, proposals or manuscripts to Raymond Michalowski, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Box 15005 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, or via electronic mail to raymond.michalowski @nau.edu, or fax (520-523-8011).
The Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice at Southern Utah University launched a new academic journal last year. The journal, Critical Issues in Justice and Politics (ISSN 1940-3186), is a refereed (peer-reviewed) journal which contributes to the theoretical and applied nature of justice and politics. Our emphasis is on the exchange of qualified material in order to generate discussion and extend the often limited boundaries of scholarly exchange. We printed our first edition in March and are busy putting together the next edition due in late September. We have a few spots left for September and are already working ahead.
We are accepting new submissions for upcoming editions. If you have an article or material for consideration then please visit our website at: www.suu.edu/hss/polscj/CIJP.htm. You will find submission guidelines and related material.
We are also in need of peer-reviewers. If you are an academic or professional in the fields of justice and politics then please consider serving as a peer-reviewer. Submit your name, institution/agency, background, and the areas of your interest directly to me at this email address: Carl Franklin, Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAST COAST COLLEGES SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION Back to Top
40th Annual Conference Roundtable
Call for Research, Papers and Proposals!
Round Two Call Due: January 31, 2014
call for papers
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SCHOOL CRIME AND VIOLENCE Back to Top
Contributors needed for Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence, to be published by Greenwood Press in 2009. The volume will be edited by Dr. Laura Finley, Director, Center for Living and Teaching Peace. For more details and to receive the list of entries, please contact Dr. Finley at email@example.com
ERCES ONLINE QUARTERLY REVIEW
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The Online Quarterly Review of Crime, Ethics and Social Philosophy,
an interdisciplinary international journal, is the official journal of
the European & International Research Group on Crime, Ethics and Social
Philosophy (ERCES). ERCES was founded as a satellite of the European Society
of Criminology. On account of the specific nature of its missions and objectives,
ERCES is committed to set up a structure of organization which shall remain
closely in link with the ESC, but acquire progressively relative independance
and autonomy. The ERCES-Online-Journal is a quarterly published revue.
The journal is dedicated to investigation & fundamental theoretical
discussion of crime and deviance, providing a focal centre for ethics,
social philosophy and social theory discussion; in particular it is committed
to provide criminologists and deviancy-theorists with fundamental ethical,
historical and social philosophical issues. Ethics is thought as a broad
range of morals in the various fields of social life - politics, justice
and economics. Ethics and social philosophy issues which have received
lees consideration in contemporary discussions on crime and deviancy than
The Review seeks submissions on issues that contribute to development
of empirical and theoretical knowledge within the field of ethics, crime/deviance
and Social Philosophy. The Reviews aims to develop investigation of the
relation between norms & values and the relevance of norms and values
to social control, crime and criminal justice issues.
Specific foci might be the relation between facts and norms; the ethical,
philosophical and religious aspects of crime and deviancy; universals,
collective values and multicultural societies, value-systems in pre-modern,
modern and late-modern society; social control and political/economical
ethics; morally deplorable acts and formal / informal social reaction;
crime,laity and religion; common consciousness, social philosophy and justice;
history of crime - concepts; history of moral philosophy, of criminology
The Review is an pluralistic, interdisciplinary international journal.
It is an inherent part in the interactive strategy of ERCES; the ERCES-site
provides authers and lecturers with an interactive round-table discussion.
The access to the ERCES Online Quarterly Review is free. The Revue
is a peer-revied journal. Considering that the access to scientific knowledge
shall be equal for all and free, we are not seeking for subscription fees.
But we are pleased to receive donations and / or funds which help to maintain
free access and to reach our goals.
All submissions must be in English and submitted electronically (in
Microsoft Works, Microsoft Word(6.0 or higher),or Word Perfect format).
All submissions and enquiries should be addressed to Thomas Gilly, chief-editor
Online journal address
EYES ON THE ICC Back to Top
Eyes on the ICC is published annually by the Council for American Students in International Negotiations. The journal invites quality submissions from scholars, jurists, and professionals in fields related to international criminal law and policy. Occasionally, exceptional student work will be accepted. Manuscripts are accepted on a rolling basis until August 31.
Manuscripts must be computer generated and submitted electronically, via e-mail or Berkeley Electronic Press's ExpressO submission service, at http://law.bepress.com/expresso. Each submission should contain an abstract, a CV, appropriate contact information, and a cover letter to the editor assuring the manuscript has not been submitted or published elsewhere. Articles may range in length from some 25 to 80 pages, double-spaced. Book reviews run from some 1,000 to 2,500 words. Please adhere closely to the Chicago Manual of Style and cite sources in legal format according to the Harvard Blue Book.
Peer Review: Submissions outside the expertise of the editorial board are subjected to external, double-blind peer review. Additionally, authors are encouraged to seek comments on their manuscripts from colleagues within their discipline. The journal invites commentary on the quality of its submissions, whether by private correspondence or published letter.
FEMINIST CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
Click here for Call for papers
1. The review will be independent from any public or private institution,
however, it may develop a close co-operation with the French Association
of Criminology, provided the latter agrees with the concept.
2. The review will be digital (internet), nonetheless, we’re considering
publishing regularly a bunch of articles in traditional books (creation
of a collection, with an editor, entitled identically).
3. The review will welcome French, and maybe English, articles,
preferably in those two languages.
4. It will concern all the disciplines of the criminological field
(sociology and its co-disciplines, law, medicine and sciences of
5. An international editorial comity will be in charge of selecting
the articles, it will be constituted – and administered – so as to guarantee
the scientific quality of the articles in the different domains of competence
while encouraging multi-disciplinarity.
6. Particular attention will be paid to issues of professional
ethics in the running of both the editorial comity and the review as a
7. The elaboration of the implementation rules will be the object
of a wide consultation of the scientific community in question/concerned.
8. The comity will operate via internet.
9. The review will chiefly be concerned with scientific studies,
however, it will also include a Debate section, distinct from the others,
and much more open (predominantly to the experiences of the partakers in
the criminological field, but also to ideological debates, current affairs
and so forth).
10. Any reaction from you to this personal project will, of course,
Looking forward to sharing this adventure soon,
Pierre V. Tournier
Directeur de recherches au CNRS
Le Champ Pénal,
c/o Pierre V. Tournier
43, rue Guy Môquet F - 75017
Tél. Fax Rép. 33 (0)1 42 63 45 04
GLOBAL CRIME Back to Top
Global Crime is a social science journal devoted to the study of crime broadly conceived. Its focus is deliberately broad and multi-disciplinary and its first aim is to make the best scholarship on crime available to specialists and non-specialists alike. It endorses no particular orthodoxy and draws on authors from a variety of disciplines, including history, sociology, criminology, economics, political science, anthropology and area studies.
The editors welcome contributions on any topic relating to crime, including organized criminality, its history, activities, relations with the state, its penetration of the economy and its perception in popular culture. Global Crime also seeks submissions in areas such as corruption, crime and women's studies, illegal migration, terrorism, illicit markets, violence, police studies, and the process of state building. Submissions of articles in the area of methodology are especially welcome. In addition to research articles, the editors encourage submission of review papers, shorter pieces on methodological advances or research findings, and field reports from law enforcement officials.
Global Crime is published four times per year, and includes research articles, and 'dispatches' highlighting research in progress and field reports from law-enforcement officials. In addition, the journal contains a substantial book review section. Normally, one issue a year is edited by guest editor(s).
Papers may be submitted electronically at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor: Carlo Morselli, University of Montreal
Associate Editors: Federico Varese, Oxford University; Felia Allum, University of Bath
Assistant Editor: Mathilde Turcotte, University of Montreal
Journal link: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/17440572.asp
GLOBAL CRIME Back to Top
Special Issue: Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism: Different Peas, Same Pod?
Submission Deadline: November, 15th 2013
Guest Editors: Helena Carrapico (University of Dundee), Daniela Irrera (University of Catania) and Bill Tupman (University of Exeter).
In recent years, the United Nations and European institutions have recurrently underlined their growing concern towards the threat posed by potential and existing collusions between organised criminals and terrorist groups. The European Parliament and Europol, in particular, have recently alerted to the degree of dangerousness that both organised crime and terrorism currently represent in the world, highlighting that the cooperation or merger between these two phenomena is of urgent contemporary interest. Academic literature in this area, however, remains scarce and characterized not only by a degree of skepticism, but also by a lack of interdisciplinarity. Bearing in mind this gap in the literature, the guest editors of the Special Issue wish to contribute to this field of expertise by gathering a number of interdisciplinary case-studies that will engage with the concept of crime-terror nexus. The guest editors therefore welcome articles aiming at: enriching the empirical knowledge on the nature of the crime-terror nexus and its evolution throughout the world; exploring the impact of the nexus within different economic, political and societal contexts; and expanding on its theoretical conceptualization.
The deadline for the submission of the articles is November, 15th 2013. Authors are encouraged to contact the guest editors with early expressions of interest. Please contact Helena Carrapico through the following e-mail address: email@example.com
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Special Issue: Measurement Issues in Homicide Research
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2014
Homicide Studies announces a Call for Papers for a Special Issue on Measurement Issues in Homicide Research. Murder typically is viewed as one of the most accurately reported crimes, but improvements can be made in the measurement of murder in particular and the related correlates used by researchers and policymakers. The goal of this special issue is to explore measurement issues related to the study of homicide. The focus concerns not only identifying where problems lie but providing a context for understanding the ways these problems affect policy or avenues for addressing these limitations. Topics of interest include homicide specifically as well as its correlates and risk factors. Papers examining measurement issues from an international or comparative perspective are particularly welcome.
Manuscripts must follow the editorial submission guidelines for Homicide Studies. Deadline for submissions is April 1, 2014. All manuscripts must be submitted through ScholarOne, which can be accessed at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hs. Select “Special Issue Manuscript” for the manuscript type.
All papers will be peer reviewed. If you are unsure whether your topic or research is suitable, please contact the Special Issue Editor via email.
Lynn A. Addington
Special Issue Editor
Department of Justice, Law & Criminology
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016-8043
INDIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
Call for Papers
INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW (IJHRL) Back to Top
IJHRL is an annual, peer-reviewed journal published by the Council for American Students in International Negotiations. The journal invites quality submissions from scholars, jurists, and professionals in fields related to human rights and international humanitarian law. IJHRL also welcomes review essays, book reviews, and comments/notes.
Manuscripts must be computer generated in MS Word and submitted electronically, via e-mail or Berkeley Electronic Press's Expresso submission service, at http://law.bepress.com/expresso. Each submission should contain an abstract of no more than 150 words, a cover letter, a brief biographical sketch, and appropriate contact information. Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief with assurance that they have not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should range from 3,000 to 10,000 words (approximately 15-25 pages) and be typed, double-spaced. Manuscripts exceeding the maximum length may not be considered. Book reviews may run from 1,000 to 2,500 words. Submissions must follow the style guidelines of either the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) 5th Edition or The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation 17th Edition. Upon receiving comments from referees, notification of acceptance, rejection or need for revision will be given within 4-6 weeks of receipt of manuscript.
Submissions and other editorial correspondence should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH ON TERRORISM AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE Back to Top
We are pleased to announce the launching of the new flagship journal of the Society for Terrorism Research, Interdisciplinary Research on Terrorism and Political Violence (IRTPV). The journal will be published three times per year by Taylor and Francis, and Routledge Publishers, with an inaugural release date set for January 2009. You may find out more about IRTPV and STR at our new website (www.societyforterrorismresearch.org), as well as on the publisher’s website (www.informaworld.com/irtpv). Members of STR will receive copies of the journal as they are released, and information about joining STR is located on our website.
With this launch, we are also announcing a call for papers for IRTPV, and invite scholars across the behavioral and social sciences to submit their papers to the journal for review and potential publication. All manuscripts are subject to a peer review process with the goal of producing a high-quality reference work in the field. Please submit your papers to the Editors at the following email address: TR@SocietyForTerrorismResearch.org.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTS JOURNAL Back to Top
The International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
(IALEIA) publishes a peer-reviewed journal twice a year. The journal is a scholarly publication that strives to "bridge the gap" between academic research and the practical techniques employed by criminal research specialists and intelligence experts worldwide. Its central objective is to publish articles that advance the theoretical and research agenda of the intelligence and analytical fields related to military, law enforcement and criminal justice. Its emphasis is upon empirical research, qualitative studies and scientific methodology, with priority given to articles reporting original research. Moreover the Journal strives to provide a more informed dialogue about analytical policies and practices and the empirical procedures related to these policies and practices
Submissions are considered from many sources including field-level analysts, investigators, senior policy-making officials, and college and university faculty and researchers. Only original manuscripts not previously published or under consideration by another periodical will be considered for review. If accepted for publication, all manuscripts become the exclusive property of IALEIA Journal, and cannot be published elsewhere without the written consent of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts. Submissions must adhere to American Psychological Association (5th Edition) standards.
Scholarly research or best practice articles should be between 15 and 30 pages in length (double-spaced, full justification, 12-point courier or times new roman font).
Manuscripts may be submitted electronically: Email the document attachment to email@example.com for consideration. If Microsoft Word is not available, save the document as a "rtf" file. Please be sure to check all documents for viruses prior to submission, as infected files will not be opened or reviewed for publication. Please visit the Journal's website for additional information: http://www.ialeia.org/journal
Jeremy G. Carter
Editor - IALEIA Journal
Criminology & Criminal Justice
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32224
Ph: (904) 620-1723
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE REVIEW Back to Top
The International Criminal Justice Review is a quarterly scholarly journal
dedicated to presenting system wide trends and problems on crime and justice
throughout the world. Articles may focus on a single country or compare
issues affecting two or more countries. Both qualitative and quantitative
pieces are encouraged, providing they adhere to standards of quality scholarship.
Manuscripts may emphasize either contemporary or historical topics.
As a peer-reviewed journal, we encourage the submission of articles, research
notes, and commentaries that focus on crime and justice-related
topics in an international and/or comoparative context broadly defined.
Five copies of manuscripts should be submitted in English, folow APA style,
be double-spaced throughout, including references, tables and indented
quotations, and cannot be under consideration by another publication.
An abstract not to exceed 200 words must be included with submissions.
Dean Dabney, Editor
International Criminal Justice Review
Georgia State University
Department of Criminal Justice
P.O. Box 4018
Atlanta, GA 30302-4018
Phone: (404) 413-1039
Fax: (404) 413-1030
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE REVIEW Back to Top
Special Issue: Advancing Integrated Theories with the use of International and Cross-National Samples
Submission Deadline: December 1st, 2013
International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR) invites submissions for a special issue, “Advancing Integrated Theories with the use of International and Cross-National Samples,” edited by Dr. Lisa R. Muftić. Theoretical integration offers the possibility of expanding our knowledge about the causes of crime and deviance through the piecing together of theories. While prior attempts at theoretical integration have taken various forms, previous tests of such theories have relied almost exclusively on Western samples. The goal of this special issue is to disseminate new and innovative research that explores the efficacy of integrated criminological theories via theoretical tests that rely on the use of international or cross-national samples. Manuscripts are welcome from diverse methodological approaches that focus on empirical assessments of a specific integrated theory (e.g., interactional theory) or integrated approach (e.g., macro-micro theoretical integration). An abstract not to exceed 200 words and a brief biographical sketch must accompany the manuscript. Submissions should arrive no later than December 1, 2013 to allow for blind peer review. Manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages double-spaced excluding tables, figures, and references. Send two electronic copies of the manuscript, one full version (with a cover page containing the author’s name, title, institutional contact information; acknowledgments; research grant numbers; and the date, location, and conference at which the manuscript may have been presented), and one blind copy (sans all identifying information) to Dr. Lisa R. Muftić at ICJR.firstname.lastname@example.org. Manuscripts should be in MS Word format and conform to the formatting style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.) and ICJR formatting guidelines: http://icj.sagepub.com/.
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW Back to Top
Sociology and Criminology of International Criminal Justice
The Review, one of the leading journals in the field worldwide, hopes to expand the Criminological/Sociological/ and Socio/legal submissions by extending a call for quality manuscripts to those doing research in relevant areas. Two of the five annual volumes will have a special, regular section for criminological and sociological submissions. This is a unique opportunity to combine legal and criminological concerns and research.
Papers should be sent to:
Professor Dawn Rothe, PhD
Criminology and Sociology Editor
International Criminal Law Review
A house style guide will be sent to authors on acceptance of the submission. The Review does not use the Bluebook or sociological/criminological citation style.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE AND APPLIED CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
The International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, the official journal of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY -- DIVISION OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINOLOGY is a scholarly peer-reviewed biannual journal. The journal welcomes theoretical, quantitative, and qualitative manuscripts for feature articles (7,000-10,000 words). In addtion, the journal also features country profiles, research notes, and cases studies (4,000-6,000 words). Please send three copies of typewritten, double-spaced original manuscripts and a soft copy preferably on Microsoft Word not published previously or currently under consideration to Mahesh Nalla, Editor IJCACJ, Michigan State University, School of Criminal Justice, 560 Baker Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824--1118 USA. Authors are encouraged to send electronic submissions to email@example.com. Guidelines for authors and additional information is available at www.cj.msu.edu/~international.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
IJCC is a new peer-reviewed journal that focuses on transnational crime,
corruption and organized crime, victimization, criminal and social (in)justice,
delinquency, and crime prevention. The journal is particularly interested
in material for the Research Notes section to inform readers about current,
ongoing, and proposed international and comparative projects, including
information regarding study tours, conferences, publications, research
grants and funding.
Please submit an electronic copy of articles and research communications
to: Shivu Ishwaran, Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Send books and book reviews to:
Department of Criminology
4825 Richard Rd., S.W.
Mount Royal College
T3E 6K6 Canada
Business Correspondence to:
International Journal of Comparative Criminology
de Sitter Publications
374 Woodsworth Rd.
M2L 2T6 CANADA
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SCIENCES Back to Top
The International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences (IJCJS) is an interdisciplinary, international, and peer reviewed online open access journal. The journal emphasizes the collective understanding of criminological issues in an International perspective. IJCC is one of the top open access criminal justice journals.
IJCJS welcomes manuscript submissions year round. The IJCJS encourages quality scholarship articles from relevant academic disciplines as well as from practitioners in the private and public sector. IJCJS is receptive to scholarship coming from a variety of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. The Journal accepts manuscript submissions in the subject areas of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Victimology. All research should be understood and examined through a transnational perspective. Articles previously published or submitted for publication in any other journal will not be accepted.
The Journal will consider articles, and book reviews for publication. All articles must be grounded on relevant and recent scholarship in the fields of our interest. The maximum length should not exceed twenty five pages (6000-8000 words), including notes and illustrations. Please avoid footnotes, however, endnotes are encouraged. References in the notes should conform to the mode specified in APA Style. Manuscripts should be submitted as MS Word attachment to the Editor-in-Chief at email@example.com. Hard copies are not needed, if sent, will not be processed. The Editor-in-Chief reserve the right to edit submissions if accepted for publication. Every effort will be made to inform contributors of the outcome of the peer review process in a timely manner.
All the issues are available for free download at http://www.ijcjs.co.nr.
Please send completed manuscripts by email to
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Abishekapatti, Tirunelveli 627 012
Tamil Nadu India
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
International Journal of Cyber Criminology (IJCC) is an open access, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal published biannually and devoted to the study of cyber crime, cyber criminal behavior, cyber victims, cyber laws and cyber investigations. IJCC is one of the top open access criminal justice journals. IJCC will focus on all aspects of cyber/computer crime: Forms of Cyber Crime, Impact of Cyber crimes in the real world, Policing Cyber space, Cyber-terrorism, International Perspectives of Cyber Crime, developing cyber safety policy, intrusion investigations, information security, Cyber Victims, Cyber offender behavior, Cyber Geography, cyber crime law, Cyber Pornography, Physical Computer Security, Privacy & Anonymity on the Net, Internet Fraud & Identity Theft, Mobile Phone Safety, Online Gambling, Copyright and Intellectual property Law, Detection of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks, Firewall Testing and Digital Forensics. As the discipline of Cyber Criminology approaches the future, facing the dire need to document the literature in this rapidly changing area has become more important than ever before. The IJCC will be a nodal centre to develop and disseminate the knowledge of cyber crimes to the academic and lay world. The journal publishes theoretical, methodological, and applied papers, as well as book reviews.
All manuscripts must be submitted in APA format. Please follow APA guidelines for Manuscript Preparation, including title page for blind review, referencing, and tables and figures. All manuscripts will undergo blind review by two or more reviewers. Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher. IJCC welcomes articles throughout the year. The IJCC encourages quality scholarship articles from relevant academic disciplines as well as from practitioners in the private and public sector. IJCC is receptive to scholarship coming from a variety of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches. All research should be understood and examined through a transnational perspective. Articles previously published or submitted for publication in any other journal will not be accepted.
All articles must be grounded on relevant and recent scholarship in the fields of our interest. The maximum length should not exceed twenty five pages (6000-8000 words), including notes and illustrations. Please avoid footnotes, however, endnotes are encouraged. References in the notes should conform to the mode specified in APA Style. Manuscripts should be submitted as MS Word attachment to the Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org Hard copies are not needed, if sent, will not be processed. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to edit submissions if accepted for publication. Every effort will be made to inform contributors of the outcome of the peer review process in a timely manner. The review process is via e-mail, and should take no more than 4 to 6 weeks with the possible help of selected experts. This process is launched as and when papers are submitted to us.
All the issues are available for free download at http://www.cybercrimejournal.co.nr
Please send completed manuscripts by email to:
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Abishekapatti, Tirunelveli 627 012
Tamil Nadu India
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW, CRIME AND JUSTICE Back to Top
Submissions are invited for a special issue of the IJLCJ dedicated to “pure sociology,” the groundbreaking theoretical paradigm developed by Donald Black. The tentative title of the special issue is “The Pure Sociology of Right and Wrong.” Papers can address crime, law, or related topics, and should use pure sociology as an explanatory strategy. Direct inquiries to James Tucker, Department of Sociology, University of New Hampshire (email@example.com), editor of the special issue. The deadline for paper submissions is January 15, 2012.
JONES & BARTLETT CRIME TYPES BOOK SERIES Back to Top
Call for Book Proposal
Jones & Bartlett Learning is requesting proposals for an exciting new book series, edited by Professor Heith Copes. The series will consist of a number of books where each is devoted to a specific form of crime and is written by a top scholar in the field. The goal of the series is to provide a convenient resource for those researching a type of offense or offender that will be much more comprehensive, efficient, and effective than book chapters or encyclopedia entries. This series will enhance education for criminal justice and criminology students and researchers, provide useful information for instructors and professors teaching these topics, and will help policy makers develop effective policy.
We welcome book proposals on a wide variety of crimes including, but not limited to, homicide, rape, burglary, drug crimes, computer crimes, and motor vehicle theft. Above all, we wish to publish books that will advance understanding on specific types of crime by synthesizing the vast knowledge about particular infractions.
All proposals will be evaluated strictly according to their individual merits and compatibility with the aims of the series. In accord with this policy, we welcome proposals from new authors as well as from those with an established publishing record. Titles accepted for publication in the series will be supported by an engaged and careful peer review process, including impartial assessments by members of an international editorial advisory board consisting of leading scholars in the field.*
We are seeking proposals that fit the previous description. Please send book proposals or questions to Heith Copes (firstname.lastname@example.org), Series Editor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1201 University Boulevard, Suite 210, Birmingham, AL, 35294.
*The Advisory Board for this series includes Wim Bernasco (NSCR), Andy Hochstetler (Iowa State University), and Travis Pratt (Arizona State University)
The Journal for Crime, Conflict and the Media [jc2m] is now online.
It is an independent, non-profit making e-journal which seeks to publish
international research concerned with representations of, and inter-relations
between, crime and conflict in mass media and popular culture.
A rigorously peer-reviewed journal with the ISSN number 1741-1580, as
registered with the British Library. [jc2m] will disseminate,as widely
as possible, high quality, inter-disciplinary work through the Internet.
The journal is aimed at international academics and practitioners in the
fields of, amongst others, criminology, cultural studies, journalism, politics,
law, mass media & communication and sociology.
[jc2m] is interested in the representations of, interactions with and
relationships to mass media and popular culture, such as criminal justice
and deviance; political violence; public order; and war and conflict.
. All articles are available Adobe Acrobat and are both fully interactive
and available to print in a more traditional journal format.
The journal can be found here http://www.jc2m.co.uk/
Submission guidelines are available at http://www.jc2m.co.uk/Submissions.htm
For further information, please contact the Editor, Dr Paul Mason at email@example.com
JOURNAL FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DETENTION SERVICES Back to Top
The Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention
Services is soliciting original practice and policy oriented papers
from those who work in the field of juvenile justice and/or with juvenile
offenders and from college and university faculty.
The Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detention Services
is a peer-reviewed policy and practice-oriented journal intended to disseminate
timely information to juvenile justice practitioners and researchers regarding
effective juvenile justice practices. In addition to publishing articles
that are peer-reviewed, the journal also publishes timely commentaries,
commissioned articles, and other invited articles that are felt to be relevant
to juvenile justice practice.
The editorial scope includes topics relating to juvenile justice, including
effective strategies; the operation of juvenile facilities such as detention,
shelter facilities, group homes and other community based and institutional
placements for youth; programming (e.g., educational, physical and mental
health, life skills); trends in juvenile justice; legal issues affecting
juvenile justice practice; ethical issues in juvenile treatment; and leadership
and training in juvenile justice.
Papers should be typed, double-spaced, and not exceed twenty pages in
length. Citations and references should follow APA format. Title and author's
name should by typed on a separate page. Four copies of the manuscript
should be submitted, accompanied by an abstract of no more than 100 words,
and a brief biographical sketch of the author(s), including affiliation,
research interests, and recent publications to:
Michael A. Jones, Editor
Journal for Juvenile Justice and Detenion Services
National Juvenile Detention Association
Eastern Kentucky University
301 Perkins Building
521 Lancaster Avenue
Richmond, KY 40475-3102
NJDA subscribes to a belief of avoiding language that might imply sexual,
ethnic, or other kinds of discrimination, stereotyping or bias.
JOURNAL OF ART CRIME Back to Top
The Journal of Art Crime, published by ARCA, is the first peer-reviewed academic journal in the study of art crime. This biennial publication welcomes interdisciplinary articles from both academics and professionals, related to art crime, its history, and its repercussions. Relevant fields include criminology, law, art history, history, sociology, policing, security, archaeology, and conservation.
Each issue of The Journal of Art Crime will include at least five academic essays, which will be subject to anonymous peer review. Essays considered to be of merit by peers may be returned to their authors along with rewrite guidelines which must be applied before publication.
The Journal of Art Crime will also include book and exhibition reviews, conference write-ups, capsule summaries of major recent art crimes, and editorial columns. The Journal welcomes submissions or proposals for any of the aforementioned.
The following prominent professionals will serve on the editorial board, in addition to ARCA’s trustees:
Lord Colin Renfrew, Professor of Archaeology, University of Cambridge
Petrus van Duyne, Professor of Criminology, University of Tilburg, the Netherlands
Neil Brodie, Stamford University, US
Dick Drent, Director of Security, the Van Gogh Museum, the Netherlands
Matjaz Jager, Director, Institute of Criminology, Slovenia
Bojan Dobovsek, Professor of Criminology, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Michael Kirchner, CPP, CIPM, Director of Safety and Security, Harvard Art Museums, US
Benoit van Asbroeck, Attorney, Brussels, Belgium
Judah Best, Attorney and Smithsonian Trustee, US
Howard Spiegler, Attorney, US
David Gill, University of Swansea, Wales
Erik Nemeth, The Getty Research Institute, US
Travis McDade, University of Illinois, US
Ken Polk, University of Melbourne, Australia
David Simon, Professor of Art History, Colby College, US
For more information or to see the Journal of Art Crime Media Pack, please go to http://www.artcrime.info/publications
Submissions are welcome at any time. Academic essays should be 4000-9000 words in length (including footnotes, excluding bibliography). Please adhere to MLA style guidelines. Relevant images should be sent in jpg form in a separate email. Authors are responsible for securing any necessary permissions for the reproduction of images related to their articles. Average turnover for peer-reviewed essays is eight weeks, two weeks for editorial or review material.
Each academic essay should be accompanied by a cover page that includes:
-author’s name, affiliation, and contact information
-biographical information (up to 100 words)
-an abstract (100-200 words in length)
-six keywords that characterize the content of the article.
Please remove all identifying material from the body of the article.
Editorial proposals or submissions (book reviews, letters, etc) should include:
-brief abstract of proposed or submitted topic (200 word maximum)
-author’s name, affiliation, and contact information
-biographical information (up to 100 words)
Please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment in Word format.
The Journal of Art Crime will be published both as an e-journal and in printed form. Subscribers may choose the electronic form alone, or purchase the electronic and print form as a package. The first issue will be published in the Spring of 2009, the second issue the following Fall. Please visit http://www.artcrime.info/publications to subscribe.
Please direct any queries to email@example.com.
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTIONS Back to Top
The Journal of Cognitive Behavior Interventions is a new publication produced by Civic Research Institute with the cooperation of the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. Dr. Barry Glick is the Editor and Dr.Patricia Vanvoorhis is Associate Editor of the Journal. You are cordially invited to submit articles for publication consideration. JCBI will publish articles and information that advance the knowledge, skills and
practice of cognitive behavioral interventions for youth and adults who are involved—or at risk of becoming involved--with the criminal justice, juvenile justice, or social service systems. Two broad content areas will be of particular interest: (1) research, evaluation and program assessment; and (2) descriptions of operational programs in the two fundamental schools of cognitive behavioral interventions, i.e.: Cognitive Skills and/or Cognitive Restructuring. Manuscripts must be typed, double-spaced, in Microsoft Word, with 11/2" margins, using 12 point Times New Roman or similar font. Please number manuscript pages. Articles should be no less than 8,000 and no more than 24,000 words (between approximately 20 and 40 typed written, double spaced pages, which includes reference lists, graphs, charts, or other artwork). Any Tables, Charts or Artwork must be in Black & White and should be submitted as separate Microsoft Word or PDF files. Do not embed such material in the manuscript text file. Indicate in the text the suggested placement for each Table, Chart or Artwork item. Authors should follow the APA Publication Manual when submitting manuscripts. Include an abstract of no more than 150 words, a short list of keywords, and a biographical statement for each author of no more than fifty words. Also include author postal, email, and phone contact information. All manuscripts should be submitted electronically via email to (1) JCBI; c/o The University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line in the email should read: "JCBI Manuscript Submission." Other inquiries relative to policy and publication should be directed to Dr. Barry Glick at email@example.com. For business matters, including subscription orders or permission to photocopy or reprint articles, contact: Civic Research Institute Customer Service at 609-683-4450.
JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
Special Issue: Crime and the Great Recession (February 2014 issue)
The recession that began in 2008 was in many ways the most severe economic downturn that the United States, and much of Europe, had experienced since the Great Depression. The Great Recession prompted widespread concerns, including among many criminologists, that crime rates would rise in response to deteriorating economic conditions. But that did not happen. Crime rates in the United States actually fell in 2009 and 2010. This special issue brings together leading researchers who will address crime levels and patterns during the Great Recession in both the United States and Europe. In addition, the special issue will consider the special case of white-collar and corporate crime, which some analysts have suggested actually contributed to the financial crisis that precipitated the most severe recession in 80 years. This issue is by invitation only. The Editor is Richard Rosenfeld
Special Issue: Multi-methods explorations of offender decision making (November 2015 issue)
The Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice is currently soliciting manuscripts for a special issue on offender decision-making, with primary consideration given to submissions that feature original, empirical work employing a multiple methods or mixed methods format. Manuscripts considered for this special issue may focus on a variety of topics, including (but not limited to); (a) the motivation to engage in offending, (b) planning and strategizing criminal actions, (c) enactment of offenses, (d) moderators and mediators of the decision to offend, (e) offender decision-making based policy recommendations for deterring or preventing criminality. The special issue is especially welcoming of interdisciplinary perspective on these topics, and all forms of crime are welcome subjects of discourse for the special issue. All submitted manuscripts should seek to advance theory, and feature key implications for crime policy and practice.
All submitted manuscripts will be peer reviewed. An abstract of approximately 100 words must accompany the manuscript. Manuscripts must be 30 pages or less, double-spaced, including the abstract, references, and all figures and tables. Manuscripts should be received no later than December 1, 2014. Please send two electronic copies of the manuscript one complete version (with a cover page containing the author’s name, title, institutional affiliation with complete address, email and phone contact information; acknowledgments; research grant information), and one blind copy with all identifying information removed to facilitate blind peer review, to Volkan Topalli (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include "Special Issue of JCCJ" in the subject line. Manuscripts should be in MS Word format and conform to the formatting style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.).
Special Issue: Toward a Better Understanding of Crime among African Americans: Determining the Empirical Validity of A Theory of African American Offending (February 2016 issue)
The Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice invites submissions for a special issue devoted to full or partial tests of Unnever and Gabbidon’s (2011) race-centered theory of African American offending, which is presented in their book, A Theory of African American Theory: Race, Racism, and Crime. Manuscripts considering the impact of racial discrimination, racial stereotypes, racial socialization, racial identity, and coping skills on offending are especially welcome. Also, welcomed are how these factors interact with gender and place to cause African American offending. All manuscripts will be peer reviewed. An abstract of approximately 100 words and a brief biographical sketch that includes the author's current affiliation, research interest(s), and recent publications must accompany the manuscript. Manuscripts must be 30 pages or less, double-spaced, including the abstract, biographical sketch, references, and all figures and tables. Manuscripts should be received no later than January 1, 2015. Please send two electronic copies of the manuscript one complete version (with a cover page containing the author’s name, title, institutional affiliation with complete address, email and phone contact information; acknowledgments; research grant numbers; and the date, location, and conference at which the manuscript may have been presented, if any), and one blind copy with all identifying information removed to facilitate blind peer review to Dr. Shaun L. Gabbidon (email@example.com) or Dr. James Unnever (firstname.lastname@example.org). Manuscripts should be in MS Word format and conform to the formatting style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.).
Special Issue: Considering the State of Routine Activities Theory To Account For Cybercrimes (May 2016 issue)
Over the last decade scholars have explored the empirical utility of Routine Activities Theory to account for multiple forms of cybercrime victimization. This line of inquiry was driven in part by Yar's (2005) argument regarding the spatial temporal disconnects of cyberspace, thereby limiting the perceived applicability of this theory. Various studies have explored this and other claims, leading to an empirical literature that provides mixed support for the role of guardianship, target suitability, and routine behaviors online along with multiple operationalizations of core theoretical concepts. Thus, there is a need to consider the current state of Routine Activities Theory to account for cybercrime victimization, and consider strategies to better adapt this theory to on-line spaces. This special issue welcomes both empirical research articles and theoretical pieces exploring any form of cybercrime victimization and should seek to advance the state of this theory.
All submitted manuscripts will be peer reviewed. An abstract of approximately 100 words must accompany the manuscript. Manuscripts must be 30 pages or less, double-spaced, including the abstract, references, and all figures and tables. Manuscripts should be received no later than May 1, 2015. Please send two electronic copies of the manuscript one complete version (with a cover page containing the author’s name, title, institutional affiliation with complete address, email and phone contact information; acknowledgments; research grant information), and one blind copy with all identifying information removed to facilitate blind peer review, to Thomas J. Holt (email@example.com). Please include "Special Issue of JCCJ" in the subject line. Manuscripts should be in MS Word format and conform to the formatting style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.).
JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY ETHNOGRAPHY Back to Top
The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography JCE publishes theoretically,
methodologically, and substantively significant studies based upon participant-observation,
unobtrusive observation, intensive interviewing, and contextualized analysis
of discourse as well as examinations of ethnographic methods.
Submissions from all substantive areas and theoretical perspectives
are welcomed. Email manuscript submissions (in Word or WordPerfect format)
may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hardcopy submissions and all other correspondence should be sent to Scott
A. Hunt, Editor, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Department of Sociology,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0027.
A processing fee of US$10 must be submitted via a check or money order
made payable to the Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.
JOURNAL OF CRIME AND JUSTICE Back to Top
The Journal of Crime and Justice, the official publication of the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, is a biannual peer-
reviewed journal featuring original scholarly work in the area of crime and criminal justice. JC&J welcomes quantitative and qualitative empirical articles, theoretical commentaries, and book reviews. Prospective authors should send a cover letter with contact information and the manuscript electronically to Michael J. Leiber, Editor, email@example.com. A $10 submission fee (payable to the Journal of Crime and Justice) should also be sent, to: Michael J. Leiber, Editor, Journal of Crime and Justice, Department of Criminology, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave – SOC 107 Tampa, Florida 33620-8100.
For more information, please see the journal’s website at: http://jcj.cbcs.usf.edu.
JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND POPULAR CULTURE Back to Top
The Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture is a scholarly,
peer-reviewed record of research and opinion on the intersection of crime,
criminal justice, and popular culture. The journal is published on-line
three times a year and its editorial board includes some of the leading
researchers and academics in the field.
JCJPC invites individuals to submit for publication consideration manuscripts
and essays (reviews or commentaries) that address any aspect of the intersection
of crime, criminal justice, and popular culture. This includes, among other
topics, papers that explore the representations of crime and criminal justice
in popular culture, the roots of those representations, and effects of
those representations, as well as theoretical papers blending the study
of crime and criminal justice with that of popular culture (e.g., viewing
the two through a shared theoretical perspective).
Submissions should be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and should closely follow the formatting requirements stipulated in the
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th edition).
For more information, please see the journal’s website at http://www.albany.edu/scj/jcjpc/submit.html.
The Journal of Criminal Justice Education (JCJE) is an official publication of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). JCJE provides a forum for research and debate of a broad range of issues concerning post-secondary education in criminal justice, criminology and related disciplines. The aim of JCJE is the pedagogical enhancement of criminal justice and criminology higher education. Quality articles that address specific educational, academic, or professional development issues in these areas are encouraged and will be considered for publication. Articles that deal principally with applied training or practitioner concerns unrelated to criminal justice and criminology higher education are not likely to be considered or accepted for publication. All articles selected for publication will be subjected to peer review. JCJE will also feature book review essays devoted to thematic topics and a small number of individual book reviews per issue. For publication consideration, submit manuscripts electronically via Manuscript Central (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rcje) in accordance with the guidelines for submission. Please direct inquiries about JCJE to: Christopher J. Schreck, Ph.D., Editor, Department of Criminal Justice, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1 Lomb Memorial Drive., Rochester, NY, 14623.
Special Issue: The Evolution of Victimology: Pedagogy, Research, Services, & Advocacy
Guest Editors: Bonnie Fisher, University of Cincinnati & Robert Jerin, Endicott College
Deadline: Abstracts need to be emailed to SPECIALISSUEJCJE@GMAIL.COM no later than September 30, 2013.
Call for Abstracts
Journal of Criminal Psychology (ISSN: 2009-3829 www.emeraldinsight.com/jcp.html ) published by worldwide publisher EMERALD Group Publishing Ltd, encourages submissions of papers from all fields including the social, cognitive, personality, and biological domains that are relevant to the theoretical, research, or clinical aspects of criminal psychology. The journal publishes quantitative and/or qualitative research, original conceptual papers, and brief research reports.
CALLL FOR PAPERS!!!
- Predictors of delinquent and criminal behaviour
- Classification and treatments of offenders
- Prevention, intervention, and treatment programs
- Offender and offensive characteristics
- Psychology of policing
- Psychology of interrogation and witness testimony
- Psychology and crime issues
- Exploring the interrelation of theory and data in empirical research and advancing the links between criminological analysis and psychology
- Criminal Thinking Style and Criminal Identity
- Process of Prisonization
- Application of advanced statistical analysis to the field of criminal psychology
If you are working in related field we look forward to hearing from you!
All the Best,
Editor-in-Chief & Founder of Journal of Criminal Psychology
School of Psychology
Faculty of Life and Health Sciences
University of Ulster at Magee
Londonderry, BT 48 7JL, UK
JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND POLICY STUDIES Back to Top
The Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies (JEAPS) publishes high-quality solicited and unsolicited articles, in all areas of the subject. All articles published in JEAPS will be peer-reviewed. The following types of papers are considered for publication:
I. Original articles in basic and applied research.
II. Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays.
Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within four weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next issue.
Instruction for authors and other details are available on our website www.academicjournals.org/JEAPS. Prospective authors should send their manuscript(s) to JEAPS@acadjourn.org
One key request of researchers across the world is unrestricted access to research publications. JEAPS is fully committed Open Access Initiative by providing free access to all articles (both abstract and full PDF text) as soon as they are published. We ask you to support this initiative by publishing your papers in this journal.
JOURNAL OF ETHNICITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
This multidisciplinary journal is the only publication that focuses
exclusively on crime, criminal justice, and ethnicity/race. In addition
to commentaries, position papers, and examinations of new and existing
legislation, the journal presents the latest empirical findings, theoretical
discussion, and research on social and criminal justice issues. These include
the recent controversy dealing with racial profiling in several states
and the patterns of police corruption dealing specifically with Hispanics
and African Americans discovered in several cities. Four copies of the
manuscript should be submitted. The manuscript should be approximately
15–20 pages double-spaced with a one-inch margin on all four sides and
should include an abstract of 100 words, a title page, and a brief biographical
sketch of author(s). References, citations, and general style of manuscripts
should follow the APA style (as outlined in the latest edition of Publication
Manual of the American Psychological Association.) References should be
double-spaced and placed in alphabetical order. Send all requests and manuscripts
to: Janice Joseph, PhD, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Jim Leeds
Road, Pomona, NJ, 08240; Tel: (609) 652–4312; Fax: (609) 748–5559; E-mail: email@example.com.
JOURNAL OF ETHNICITY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
Special Issue dedicated to the memory of Dr. Roslyn Muraskin: Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Racial and Ethnic Perspectives
The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice will be publishing a Special Issue Dedicated to the memory of DR. ROSLYN MURASKIN, an outstanding Professor and researcher on women’s issues. The special issue will be entitled Women, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Racial and Ethnic Perspectives.
Manuscripts for this special issue should be approximately 20–25 pages double-spaced with a one-inch margin on all four sides and should include an abstract of 100 words; longer manuscripts will be accepted at the discretion of the Editor. A title page and a brief biographical sketch of author(s) should also be included. References, citations, and general style of manuscripts should follow the APA style (as outlined in the latest edition of Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association). References should be double-spaced and placed in alphabetical order.
Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher.
The deadline for submissions is December 15, 2012. All submissions should be made online at Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal justice Manuscript Central site at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/wecj.
The Journal of Experimental Criminology focuses on high quality experimental
and quasi-experimental research in the development of evidence based crime
and justice policy. The journal is also committed to the advancement
of the science of systematic reviews and experimental methods in criminology
and criminal justice. The journal seeks empirical papers on experimental
and quasi-experimental studies, systematic reviews on substantive criminal
justice problems, and methodological papers on experimentation and systematic
review. The journal encourages submissions from scholars in the broad
array of scientific disciplines that are concerned with crime and justice
For more information about the Journal of Experimental Criminology and
for Authors’ Instructions, we kindly refer you to the journal homepage
For additional information please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Professor
David Weisburd, at either The Hebrew University or University of Maryland:
Institute of Criminology
Faculty of Law
The Hebrew University
Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem 91905
Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
2220 LeFrak Hall
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
Please send your submissions to:
Mrs Rochelle Schnurr
JOURNAL OF GANG RESEARCH Back to Top
The Journal of Gang Research is now in its 18 year as a professional th quarterly and is the official
publication of the National Gang Crime Research Center. The Journal of Gang Research is interdisciplinary, and
attracts authors doing cutting-edge research on gang issues. The Journal of Gang Research is widely abstracted
(National Criminal Justice Reference Service, Sociological Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts, Psychological
Abstracts, etc). It publishes original research on gangs, gang members, gang problems, gang crime patterns, gang
prevention, and basically any gang issue (policy, etc). It has also publishes gang threat analysis research and gang
program evaluation research. It is one of the few professional journals addressing organized hate groups and outlaw
motorcycle gangs as well.
Authors should submit four (4) copies of the manuscript to: George W. Knox, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief,
Journal of Gang Research, National Gang Crime Research Center, Post Office Box 990, Peotone, IL 60468l-0990.
A complete history of the titles of previously published articles and an alphabetical index for the JGR is
available at the website (click resources, then JGR).
Want a complimentary issue of the Journal of Gang Research (JGR)? Anyone who is a member of the
American Society of Criminology (ASC) is encouraged to request a free, complimentary copy of the JGR. Free free
to call or fax or email your request. Tel (708) 258-9111. Fax (708) 258-9546. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES Back to Top
Special Issue: Conflict, Security, and Political Risk: International Business in Challenging Times
Call for Papers
JOURNAL OF JUVENILE JUSTICE Back to Top
The Journal of Juvenile Justice (JOJJ) is a NEW peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). JOJJ will be launched in March 2011 at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences annual meeting in Toronto.
JOJJ staff invite manuscripts for consideration for its first and second issues, scheduled for publication in 2011. Manuscripts may address any of the full range of issues in juvenile justice, such as juvenile victimization, delinquency prevention, intervention, and treatment. Journal readers are expected to include practitioners, clinicians, administrators, researchers, policy analysts, educators, and students.
An online submission and review system for JOJJ is available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jojj. Manuscripts should not exceed 20 double-spaced pages and should follow current American Psychological Association (APA) style. Further instructions for authors can be found on this site. For more information, please contact Monica Robbers, Ph.D., Managing Editor, JOJJ, at email@example.com or visit the journal’s Web page at http://www.journalofjuvjustice.org/.
JOURNAL OF KNOWLEDGE AND BEST PRACTICES IN JUVENILE JUSTICE & PSYCHOLOGY Back to Top
The College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology at Prairie View A&M University invites papers for publication in the Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice & Psychology. The journal seeks relevant application research for the academic and practitioner communities of juvenile justice, forensic adolescent psychology, and criminal justice. The editorial staff is soliciting both qualitative and quantitative articles on juvenile justice policy, delinquency prevention, treatment, and evaluation. The journal is published in hard copy and electronically. All articles submitted for publication review should be sent electronically to the senior editor firstname.lastname@example.org. The articles should follow the APA style and be typed in 12 point font. All inquires and submissions should be directed to the senior editor.
All submissions must be done electronically and manuscripts will be promptly refereed. Reviewing will be double-blind. In submitting their manuscript, authors acknowledge that no paper will be submitted to another journal during the review period.
For publication in Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice & Psychology:
The title of all papers should be centered and typed in caps on the first page with 12 point font.
The title page must include the name, affiliation, title/academic rank, phone number, and the email address of the author (s).
Submit an electronic copy in MS Word as an attachment to co-editor: email@example.com
maximum of 25 pages with references and tables. The submission must be entirely original.
All papers must be typed, single-spaced, on regular 8.5" x 11" paper, and fully justified with margins set to 1-inch top, bottom, left, and right with 12 point font.
Acknowledgment should be placed before references. Articles that meet the above requirements will be published in the forthcoming volume of Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice & Psychology.
Dr. H. Elaine Rodney (Ph.D.), Editor-in-Chief
Journal of Knowledge and Best Practices in Juvenile Justice & Psychology
Gbolahan S. Osho, Ph.D.
College of Juvenile Justice & Psychology
Prairie View A & M University
Prairie View, TX 77446
JOURNAL OF LAW AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION Back to Top
The Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution (JLCR) publishes high-quality solicited and unsolicited articles, in all areas of the subject. All articles published in JLCR will be peer-reviewed. The following types of papers are considered for publication:
I. Original articles in basic and applied research.
II. Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays.
Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within four weeks of submission. Following acceptance, a paper will normally be published in the next issue.
Instruction for authors and other details are available on our website www.academicjournals.org/JLCR. Prospective authors should send their manuscript(s) to JLCR@acadjourn.org
One key request of researchers across the world is unrestricted access to research publications. JLCR is fully committed Open Access Initiative by providing free access to all articles (both abstract and full PDF text) as soon as they are published. We ask you to support this initiative by publishing your papers in this journal.
Invitation to Review
JLCR is seeking for qualified reviewers as members of the review board team. JLCR serves as a great resource for researchers and students across the globe. We ask you to support this initiative by joining our reviewer’s team. If you are interested in serving as a reviewer, kindly send us your resume to JLCR@acadjourn.org
JOURNAL OF LAW AND COURTS Back to Top
The University of Chicago Press and the Law and Courts Organized Section of the American Political Science Association are pleased to announce a new journal intended for all scholars with an interest in legal institutions, actors, processes, and policy. The Journal of Law and Courts will publish in print and electronic formats beginning in 2013, and is now accepting submissions.
For complete submission guidelines, visit the journal’s home page: www.journals.uchicago.edu/jlc.
“The journal will be a truly interdisciplinary forum for those who study law and courts regardless of methodological or theoretical approach,” said David Klein, a professor at the University of Virginia’s Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics and the journal’s inaugural editor. “Most journals in this field are focused narrowly on specific subtypes of scholarship. In the end, we too often read and write for only small groups of scholars much like ourselves and fail to keep up with the ideas of those who share our broad interests but approach them differently. The Journal of Law and Courts will have the central mission of promoting communication and intellectual fertilization across traditional boundaries.”
To that end, the editorial team seeks submissions from scholars in political science departments and law schools as well as from departments of anthropology, economics, history, psychology, and sociology. The journal will welcome both qualitative and quantitative empirical studies as well as purely theoretical essays.
“As we consider papers for publication, substance will be valued far above either form or method,” Dr. Klein said. “The most important criteria for publication in JLC will be that the core issues or questions addressed in a paper strike a wide swath of the law and courts community as interesting and important and that they be addressed in a highly professional and effective manner.”
Serving along with Editor David Klein is an editorial board of highly accomplished scholars who are representative of the journal’s theoretical and methodological diversity:
Brandon Bartels, George Washington University
Pamela Brandwein, University of Michigan
Keith Bybee, Syracuse University
Javier Couso, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
Charles Epp, University of Kansas
Leslie Goldstein, University of Delaware
Stacia Haynie, Louisiana State University
Ran Hirschl, University of Toronto
Jeffrey Lax, Columbia University,
Lynn Mather, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Julie Novkov, University at Albany, SUNY
Suzanna Sherry, Vanderbilt University
Georg Vanberg, University of North Carolina
Each submission selected for publication by the editor will be reviewed by at least one board member to ensure that the piece has cross-boundary appeal. In other respects the journal will follow standard peer-review procedures, with a minimum of three referees providing reports on each submission via a double-blind review process. The journal accepts only single submissions.
The journal’s electronic edition will be included with all University of Chicago Press Journals in the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program, making its content available and discoverable for scholars all over the world. Content will also be available through leading third-party search and discovery services. Individual subscriptions are available through the Press and via membership in the Law and Courts Organized Section of APSA.
“Section members told us they wanted a forum that encouraged greater intellectual cohesion in the section," said Christopher Zorn, professor of political science at Penn State and chair of the APSA Law and Courts Section. “JLC will accomplish that goal.”
The University of Chicago Press Journals Division distributes more than 50 journals and hardcover serials, presenting original research from international scholars in the social sciences, humanities, education, biological and medical sciences, and physical sciences.
JOURNAL OF LAW & SOCIAL CHALLENGES Back to Top
The Journal of Law & Social Challenges is soliciting articles
Four under the theme "Access to Justice." The Journal provides a forum
address and propose solutions to contemporary issues that have currently
been under legislative and judicial consideration. Each volume is thematic
in nature and includes articles exploring these issues from an array
perspectives. The range of these varying viewpoints will reflect the
diversity of our nation and will also remind us of the broad social
implications that laws have on our society as a whole.
Previous volumes focused on Affirmative Action, Sex Equality in the
Military, and Genetic Engineering and the Human Future. This year's
theme "Access to Justice" includes, but is not limited to, the provision
legal services at all levels, understanding and utilizing the intricate
maze that is the contemporary legal system, and the availability of
judicial remedies. Possible topics include financial and structural
barriers, the impact of alternative dispute resolution, and judicial
We invite you to contribute your perspectives on this topic. Please
that we do not support any particular viewpoint on the subject matter.
Journal is merely providing a neutral form for discussion and dialogue
between the varying perspectives.
For more information, contact:
The Editorial Staff
The Journal of Law & Social Challenges
University of San Francisco
School of Law
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS (JMLE) Back to Top
Paris Legal Publishers are proud to announce the launch of a brand new medical law journal early next year, entitled: The Journal of Medical Law and Ethics (JMLE). This new journal is peer-reviewed by qualified professionals and leading academics in medicine, law and bioethics from all around the world, bringing exciting competition to this fascinating field of study.
We are now opening submission for the first ever edition to be published early next year. We accept conference presentations, case notes, research projects, short and long articles. The topics accepted include medicine, law, science, clinical research, health regulations, bioethics, social medicine, international medicine, and all other areas of medical law. Instructions for authors and further information is provided on our website: www.jmle-online.com or www.parislegalpublishers.com. We anticipate publication of the 1st edition by 31st March 2013.
Journal of Offender Rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary journal of innovation in research, services and programs in criminal justice and corrections. This refereed journal is an essential professional resource for practitioners, educators and researchers who work with individuals involved in the criminal justice system and study the dynamics of rehabilitation and individual and system change. Original research using qualitative or quantitative methodology, theoretical discussions, evaluations of program outcomes, and state of the science reviews will be considered. A primary journal focus is the use of research to improve practice, with articles clearly defining the theoretical and empirical basis for program models and establishing connections between research findings and needed interventions and services. Programs and services for correctional populations residing in prison, as well as in the community, are examined. The range of topics is broad and includes alternatives to incarceration; community reentry and reintegration; alcohol, substance abuse and mental health treatment interventions; services for correctional populations with special needs; recidivism prevention strategies; educational and vocational programs; families and incarceration; culturally appropriate practice and probation and parole services.
The journalreceives all manuscript submissions electronically via their ScholarOne Manuscripts website located at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/WJOR. ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, as well as facilitating the review process and internal communication between authors, editors and reviewers via a web-based platform. ScholarOne Manuscripts technical support can be accessed via http://scholarone.com/services/support. If you have any other requests please contact the journal's editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manuscripts should be limited to 25 pages maximum. Each manuscript must be accompanied by a statement that it has not been published elsewhere and that it has not been submitted simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyrighted material from other sources and are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher.
All parts of the manuscript should be typewritten, double-spaced, with margins of at least one inch on all sides. Number manuscript pages consecutively throughout the paper. Authors should also supply a shortened version of the title suitable for the running head, not exceeding 50 character spaces. Each article should be summarized in an abstract of not more than 100 words.
Please list 5 or 6 keywords that identify manuscript content. Avoid abbreviations, diagrams, and reference to the text in the abstract. Be sure to include an updated corresponding address and e-mail for each author.
For more information, please click here.
JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY (JQCJC) Back to Top
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology (JQCJC), a new journal to be published in the spring of 2013, is currently soliciting manuscripts for volume one.
JQCJC is an international, peer-reviewed journal focused on the qualitative interpretation and analysis of deviance, law, and social control. The journal will feature both theoretical and analytical research, as well as manuscripts based on methods such as interviewing, participant observation, ethnography, historical analysis, content analysis, and others which do not rely primarily on numerical data. JQCJC will welcome submissions from a variety of perspectives focusing on the qualitative study of crime and society, including criminological, criminal justice, sociological, historical, philosophical, cultural, political, psychological, anthropological, and jurisprudential approaches.
Manuscripts should be no longer than 40 pages in length, typed double-spaced, in APA format (6th Edition). Articles should be submitted electronically to email@example.com
Book reviews of qualitative studies and/or qualitative research methods are also encouraged.
For further information regarding submissions and the journal, please contact Dr. Willard M. Oliver, Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Journal of Quantitative Criminology publishes papers that
use quantitative techniques to address substantive, methodological, or
evaluative topics in criminology and criminal justice. While some
articles are at the forefront of quantitative methodology, others apply
familiar methods to substantively important topics. JQC emphasizes
the use of sound quantitative methods, not methodological sophistication
for its own sake. Persons interested in submitting their work to JQC should send four copies of their manuscript to:
Journal of Quantitative Criminology
School of Criminal Justice
University at Albany
State University of New York
Albany, NY 12222
Style guidelines and a sample copy are available at the Journal's web
Social change, crime and community safety in Journal of Rural Studies. Deadline for abstracts is 17th January 2014.
Topics to be covered in this special issue include, but are not limited to the following subjects:
• Trends and patterns of rural crime (e.g., farm crime, environmental and wildlife crime, traditional crimes in rural contexts,
• Fear of crime and overall anxieties (e.g., urban-rural patterns of fear of crime, fear in private-public spheres, fear of others in
rural settings, social change and ‘old’ and ‘new threats’, gendered fear, safety for whom?: the needs of the disable and the elderly in
• Urban-rural relationships and crime (e.g., lifestyles , criminal entrepreneurships, the journey to crime, crime and distributive
justice in urban rural contexts)
• Crime and ‘the new order’ (e.g., crime and perceived safety in relation to current socio-economic, demographic, political and
cultural changes in rural areas, crime and border control, the impact of ICT on safety: new targets and new ways of exercising social
• The seasonality of crime in rural areas (e.g., youth crime, temporary labour conditions and crime, tourism and crime, the spacetime
dynamics of safety in the new ‘economic frontiers’: mining, forestry )
•Rural policing and community safety (e.g., comparative work on rural policing, crime prevention practices/partnerships in the
rural, institutional and economic challenges of crime prevention in rural areas)
The special issue encourages articles of high quality reporting empirical work of case studies in Europe, North America, Australia, Africa
and elsewhere. It should strive to include articles that incorporate a gender perspective into safety research. The special issue focuses on
emerging relevant issues in rural areas and welcomes contributions with a multidisciplinary flavour and varied paradigmatic approaches to
We invite contributors to submit an abstract to:
Vania Ceccato, email@example.com , School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
For information about Journal of Rural Studies, please visit http://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-rural-studies/
call for papers
From playground bullying to mass murder, the Journal of School Violence
tracks the causes, consequences, and costs of aggressive or violent behavior
in children from kindergarten through twelfth grade. It presents up-to-date
research, practice, and theory with a focus on prevention and intervention.
The Journal of School Violence offers tested information on such urgent
matters as threat assessment, hostage situations, stalking behavior, and
teacher safety, as well as articles on longer-range strategic planning.
This peer-reviewed journal shows teachers and counselors how to deal with
immediate problems and helps administrators and policymakers plan effectively
to ensure school security. Four copies of the manuscript should be submitted.
The manuscript should be approximately 15–20 pages double-spaced with a
one-inch margin on all four sides and should include an abstract of 100
words, a title page, and a brief biographical sketch of author(s). References,
citations, and general style of manuscripts should follow the APA style
(as outlined in the latest edition of Publication Manual of the American
Psychological Association.). References should be double-spaced and placed
in alphabetical order. Send all requests and manuscripts to: Edwin R. Gerler,
Jr., EdD, Department of Educational Research, Leadership & Counselor
Education, College of Education & Psychology, North Carolina State
University, Box 7801, Raleigh, NC 27695–7801; Tel: (919) 515–5975; Fax:
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Visit
the journal’s Web site at http://genesislight.com/JSV.html.
JOURNAL OF SECURITY EDUCATION Back to Top
New Directions in Education, Training, and Accreditation
The Journal will report on the development, implementation, and operation
of security education and training programs. The Journal will provide essential
information of the highest standards on recent developments in security
academic programs, security research, the theory and practice of security,
management and technology, distance learning, training, and assessment.
The Journal will contain web site and book reviews alongside its peer-reviewed
Prospective authors are invited to request an "Instructions for Authors"
brochure. Inquiries may be directed to:
Editor, John I. Kostanoski
Chair and Professor, Department of Security Systems
Farmingdale State University of New York
2350 Broadhollow Road
Farmingdale, NY 11735
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
The Journal of Social Criminology (JSC) is a peer-reviewed international academic journal dealing with issues surrounding criminology, penology and rights and justice. The Journal of Social Criminology will publish edited collections of papers from an international pool of academics, relevant professionals and researchers on a twice yearly basis. The journal is an online free access journal aimed at facilitating academic knowledge sharing in the field of social criminology. A call for papers for regular or special editions has been issued by the JSC's Editorial Board and submissions can be forwarded to Senior Editors: Liam Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paula Kenny at email@example.com Submissions page: http://socialcriminology.webs.com/submissions.htm
JOURNAL OF THE GLOBAL HOMELAND SECURITY EDUCATION NETWORK Back to Top
Call for manuscripts: “Security and leisure”.
This call for manuscripts is for the second issue of the electronic journal, The Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network (JGHSEN). This Journal has evolved out of an Atlantis Policy Project on Homeland Security Education at the International Level which entailed the assessment of the state of homeland security education in the US and Europe. The Project was made possible by research support granted by the US Government and European Commission. Four partner institutions are involved in this research project: in terms of the European Union these are Northumbria University (the United Kingdom), and Linnaeus University (Sweden). For the United States the partner institutions are the University of Central Missouri and Virginia Commonwealth University
Despite concerns to the contrary, the London Olympics passed off without major incident. Doomsday predictions of a terrorist’s fantasy littered with attacks proved to be well wide of the mark. The Games were widely praised as running efficiently and, though it was not stated overtly, safely. Nevertheless, behind the outward signs that the Games had been successful, they did not pass without controversy. For example, a security fiasco ensued as the private sector was unable to provide the requisite number of security guards. The shortfall was covered by the state. Moreover, spectators at several events had to endure the type of security checks that are most often found at airports.
Given the importance that leisure plays in our lives, the security legacy of London is potentially puzzling. In future leisure events, will spectators now be expected to go through scanning machines in the name of “security”? Indeed, given the shootings at Aurora, Colorado, will it be necessary to install such security measures in venues such as movie theatres? How does the public/private dichotomy play out when it comes to the security of leisure? Where does democratic accountability lie when it comes to overseeing the conduct of security firms? Further factors to consider might include whether the alleged security threat to major leisure events has been overegged in a discourse that has been moulded by the security industry. Furthermore, what sorts of implications might this new security paradigm have for the relationship between the individual citizen on the one hand, and the public/private sectors on the other? In other words, how might this new security paradigm impact upon civil liberties? And what issues arise from having the armed forces on standby for events such as the Olympic Games? It is to these and related issues that the second issue of the JGHSEN shall focus. It is anticipated that content for this second issue of the JGHSEN will come from a broad array of subject areas that can be included in the broad range of homeland security concerns. It is anticipated that manuscripts will be submitted from many academic disciplines and from around the world. This special issue will represent innovative multi- and inter-disciplinary scholarship that engages with key issues in homeland security education issues.
The goal of the Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network is to allow for the publication of innovative contributions in the examination of transnational, comparative, and cooperative international efforts to ensure and advance homeland security. The JGHSEN will serve as a venue to allow for academics, researchers, and practitioners to publish through this electronic journal articles describing relevant research or practice
Articles should be of 3,500-5,000 words in length. Further details can be found at our website (http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/sd/academic/sass/about/socscience/solscres/interdiscnetworks/ghsen/journ_ghsen1/?view=Standard) or via the editors of the Journal: Dr Craig McLean (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Daniel Silander (email@example.com), or Professor Donald H. Wallace (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The submission deadline is 15 December 2012.
This will be the second issue of the electronic journal, The Journal of the Global Homeland Security Education Network (JGHSEN). The Global Homeland Security Education Network (GHSEN) seeks to provide an internet-based venue to bring together individuals and institutions from across the globe dedicated to advancing homeland security education as evidenced in many disciplines and areas. The GHSEN is a product of the work of a consortium of universities under an EU-U.S. Atlantis Grant (P116J090056) from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, (FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education and the European Union’s Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (156478-UK-2009-USAPOM).
JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Back to Top
The Journal of the Institute of Justice & International Studies (JIJIS) is inviting manuscripts that engage the theme of Professionalism and Legitimacy for Criminal Justice. The overall aim of this special issue of JIJIS is to discuss the nature and changing traits of Professionalism and Legitimacy for Criminal Justice. Debates on the current transformations and challenges to the criminal justice system open up questions about its professionalism, its fundamental tasks, and what aspects provide legitimacy both within and outside it. Such debates on the current transformations and challenges to the criminal justice system open up questions about its professionalism, its fundamental tasks, and what aspects provide legitimacy both within and outside it. Manuscripts can be theoretical, methodological, or empirical in their scope. Welcome are perspectives from any related discipline such as administration, legal studies, justice studies, or the social sciences. Priority in the selection process will be given to papers that consider a comparative dimension – e.g. cross-cultural and intercultural methodologies, analytical perspectives, or pedagogic approaches. Selected articles will be published with the invited article by Professor Rick Sarre that examines how legitimacy theory might be the link between crime prevention and resilience and traditional social crime prevention. This article will highlight the most recent work being developed in the field of police legitimacy and the public policy imperatives that emerge from recent developments. Dr. Sarre teaches criminology, police law and media law in the School of Law at the University of South Australia and currently serves as the President of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology .
The deadline for submissions of manuscripts is November 1, 2013. Send your manuscript to the editor at email@example.com. In addition to a printed format, the Journal is in the database for HeinOnline, Proquest, and WestLaw. These electronic venues ensure widespread distribution of the Journal. ISSN 1538-7909.
Specific Guidelines for Authors:
1) The deadline for submission is November 1, 2013.
2) Use either APA or Uniform System style for formatting the manuscript.
3) Submit only electronic versions in Microsoft Word.
4) Manuscripts must be submitted in an e-mail attachment to: Journal Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute of Justice & International Studies:
Criminal Justice Department
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093 USA
Check our website for updates: www.ucmo.edu/cjinst
JOURNAL OF URBAN AFFAIRS
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The editorship of The Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) moves to the University
of California, Irvine in 2005. The interdisciplinary editorial team
at UCI seeks scholarly manuscripts addressing theoretical and empirical
analyses of urban and metropolitan phenomena/issues. Manuscripts
may be sent to:
Victoria Basolo or Rodolfo Torres
Journal of Urban Affairs
320A SE I
University of California
Irvine, California 92697-7075
JUA, published five times a year by Blackwell, is the official journal
of the Urban Affairs Association. According to the most recent Journal
of Citation Reports, JUA is one of the most widely cited scholarly journals
in urban studies. JUA has an interdisciplinary and international audience
including political scientists, sociologists, economists, geographers,
planners, policy analysts and others. It is abstracted/indexed in
SSCI, PAIS, Social Sciences Index, Sociological Abstracts, International
Political Science Abstracts, Sage Urban Studies Abstracts, Expanded Academic
ASAP, as well as many others.
JUSTICE POLICY JOURNAL Back to Top
The Official Journal of the Justice Policy Institute
The Justice Policy Journal is up and running again and better
than ever. One of the few on-line journals, it is sponsored by the
Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice in San Francisco, with editorial
support from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. Papers should focus
on public policy issues, although other scholarly articles will be considered.
Among the topics we are especially interested in include the impact of
incarceration policies, prisoner "re-entry," sentencing reform, drug policy,
and juvenile justice policies. Review our submission guidelines at http://www.cjcj.org/jpj/submission_guidelines.php
Submissions to the JPJ (Justice Policy Journal) should have a title
page, abstract, brief biographical sketch, a statement of research interest
and an e-mail address. Send the document via e-mail as an attachment to
[email@example.com] or postal service
on a disk, preferably as a MS Word document, to:
Justice Policy Journal
Professor Randall G. Shelden, Editor
Department of Criminal Justice at UNLV
4505 Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas, NV 89154
(Manuscripts that are not submitted electronically will not be accepted.)
Manuscripts submitted via e-mail should be sent to JPJ in original word
processing format, preferably Microsoft Word. JPJ articles submissions
should be prepared in accordance with the either the Modern Language Association
or American Psychological Association documentation style for scholarly
manuscripts and research papers. For information regarding the desired
citation style, authors should consult the appropriate manual. Strict adherence
to proper citation style is required. Papers that do not conform to one
of the accepted styles will not be accepted.
JUSTICE RESEARCH AND POLICY Back to Top
The Journal of the Justice Research and Statistics Association
Justice Research and Policy is a semiannual, peer-reviewed journal that strives to bridge the gap between criminal justice researchers and practitioners. We welcome manuscripts that relate to some aspect of applied criminal justice research, program evaluation, or data analysis. The peer-review process normally takes three to four months.
- The impact of programs and policies on problems in the criminal and juvenile justice systems
- Research or data analysis that has influenced the passage of legislation or resulted in changes in policies in federal, state, and local agencies
- The development of new analytical approaches and their application to justice issues
- The improvement of data systems
- Research or analysis that has provided a basis for the development of new programs
- Analysis of issues that has had a demonstrable effect on policymakers or programs
JRP only considers original, unpublished manuscripts not under review by other journals. Manuscripts should be 20 to 30 pages in length, double-spaced, and include an abstract of 50-100 words. We prefer graphics in either jpeg or tiff files, placed at the end of the manuscript, along with any tables, with call-outs in the text to indicate placement. References and citations as well as general manuscript format should conform to the guidelines in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
JRP considers three types of articles:
- Research Articles should contain a literature review, description of the methodology, description of results, and a conclusion. The relevance of the findings to the formation of policy should be specifically addressed.
- Policy Articles should contain a statement of the problem that prompted the investigation, a review of other policy or practice concerned with the same issue, and a description of the steps taken to understand and solve the problem. A conclusion should address the implications of the findings and/or the impact of the investigation on policy. References may or may not be needed.
- Research Notes are brief articles with a smaller focus. Literature reviews are not necessarily required, although some background to place the research in context is needed.
Please send all manuscripts and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Justice Research and Statistics Association
777 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 801
Washington, DC 20002
JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL Back to Top
The Justice System Journal, sponsored by the National Center for
State Courts, will be publishing a special issue on aspects of capital
punishment; the likely publication date is late 2008. The journal’s
editors would be interested in receiving proposals –from academics and
practitioners alike– for possible articles for that special issue.
A list of possible topics appears below; most relate to courts and actors
in the courts, but suggestions for other topics will be considered.
The journal does not publish normative or philosophical work nor extended
analyses of case law. There are no restrictions on the types of methodology
used, but use of elaborate statistics in the final articles is discouraged.
Prospective authors are reminded that, although academics read the
Justice System Journal, the journal’s primary audience is court administrators
and other court practitioners.
We specify no particular manuscript length but would prefer that articles
be no longer than thirty (30) double-spaced pages, inclusive of tables
and references; use of footnotes should be minimal. The likely deadline
for submission of manuscripts will be early 2008.
Anyone interested should communicate by e-mail with the present editor-in-chief,
at email@example.com, and should indicate
the proposed topic. It is preferable that prospective authors send a brief
proposal/abstract/precis approximately two paragraphs in length, which
should also indicate the proposed length of the article manuscript. An
initial inquiry about topic appropriateness may be made and is welcomed.
Prospective authors should provide some information about their training
Stephen L. Wasby, Editor-in-Chief, Justice System Journal
Professor of Political Science Emeritus, University at Albany
Robert M. Howard, Associate Editor-designate
Associate Professor of Political Science, Georgia State University,
Capital punishment special issue - topics
*Juries in death penalty cases
- difficulties in selecting capital
- deliberations by capital jurors
- psychological effects on jurors
- race in capital juries
*Judges in capital cases
- problems in managing capital
- effect of changes in judge sentencing
(e.g., Ring v. Arizona)
- challenges to judges in capital
- Are there “hanging” judges?
- effects on judges’ lives
*Courts and capital cases:
- special processes for handling (e.g.,
the Ninth Circuit death penalty en banc)
- impact on: consumption of time;
other caseload effects
- problems with proportionality review
- use of expert witnesses
- the role of victims and victim impact
- media problems: how to deal with public
- difficulties on appeal: massive
records; stay requests (including last-minute)
- collateral attacks (e.g., AEDPA effects
on fed court oversight of state capital cases)
- undoing wrongful convictions
*Lawyers and capital cases
- private attorneys handling capital
- special (dedicated) trial defense
- special (dedicated) appellate defense
- the pro se capital defendant
- prosecution of capital cases
- who does it, and is it specialized?
- plea bargaining and the death penalty
- procedures used in decision to pursue
*The law of capital punishment
- Has the law of capital punishment
distorted criminal procedure?
- changes in the law of capital punishment
*Judicial - executive - legislative interaction
- the role of clemency and moratoria
LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY Back to Top
Graduate Student Paper Competition
The editors of Law and Social Inquiry are pleased to announce
a competition for the best journal-length paper in the field of sociologal
studies written by a graduate student. The author must be a graduate
student or law student at the time of submission. The winning paper
will be published in Law and Social Inquiry and the author will
receive a cash prize of $500. Entries should be received by
Law and Social Inquiry
American Bar Foundation
750 N. Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL, 60611
OHIO STATE JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW Back to Top
The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, published by the Michael
E. Moritz College of Law, is a semi-annual, interdisciplinary scholarly
journal. The primary audience includes legal academics in English-speaking
nations, and professionals in the criminal justice system; the secondary
audience includes academics in related criminal justice fields. Each
issue includes a symposium, with solicited scholarly articles on the symposium
topic, and briefer Commentary essays on a wide range of topics.
The journal currently is seeking relatively short (up to about
5000 words, including footnotes) “Commentary” essays on criminal justice
subjects. These essays may be written in less formal manner if the
author wishes (e.g., fewer footnotes; first-person language; etc.).
What we seek are thoughtful, provocative, insights on matters relevant
to our audience.
Queries and manuscripts (preferably in Word format) should be delivered
by electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY Back to Top
The Pakistan Society of Criminology announces the establishment of the Pakistan Journal of Criminology, a peer-reviewed and research-oriented scholarly journal. The journal will be published on quarterly basis from Peshawar. The Journal aims to advance the study of criminology and criminal justice; to promote empirically-based public policy in crime prevention; and to encourage comparative studies of crime and criminal justice in Pakistan. The journal will be interdisciplinary in nature and welcome researches from a variety of disciplines, including criminology, law, criminal justice, sociology, psychology, forensic science and social work as applied to crime and criminal justice in Pakistan or having implications for Pakistan’s criminal justice policies and law-enforcement. It provides a forum to all scholars, researchers, practitioners and law-enforcement officials to share their researches, views and experiences in order to support or take part in an informed dialogue about existing or new, modified or alternative criminal justice policies or practices in Pakistan. All the researchers and practitioners are invited to publish their original research, arising from a variety of methodological traditions or their best practices with empirical evidence. Send inquiries to email@example.com.
PEKING UNIVERSITY TRANSNATIONAL LAW REVIEW Back to Top
Peking University Transnational Law Review (“Law Review”) is a journal focused on publishing the legal scholarship and other articles on Chinese, U.S., international and transnational law, as well as articles involving comparative law issues. The Law Review, founded in 2011, is published solely in English, publishes twice a year, in winter and summer. It is published independently by students of Peking University School of Transnational Law in Shenzhen, China.
Peking University School of Transnational Law School (“STL”) is a unique law school in the world that has brought both an American and Chinese legal education together. The students at STL pursue both an American J.D. degree and a Chinese J.M. degree.
The Law Review’s editors are working to become a globally well-known law review and are looking for authors with their manuscripts. The Law Review seeks to become an important tool for those researching and working on Chinese law, U.S. law as well as international, transnational and comparative law. We are focusing on publishing not only scholars’ papers, but also the Book Review, Speech Serials, Case Note or Legal Update. We welcome submissions made by professors, practitioners, and students worldwide. We accept manuscripts year round and undergo a review process once we receive submissions.
We have no minimum or maximum requirements as to page or word numbers. We encourage footnotes rather than endnotes and conformity to the 19th edition of The Bluebook.
Please submit your manuscripts in electronic form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send us your inquiries to the same email address as well.
Perspectives on Terrorism (PT) is accepting high-quality, original manuscripts for publication. PT publishes solicited and unsolicited articles in English. Articles submitted for publication should be based on recognized scholarly standards.
All papers submitted to Perspectives on Terrorism are peer-reviewed after which they usually undergo minor or major revisions by the author(s). The Editorial Board currently consists of 15 recognized scholars but outside referees are also approached for peer-review. Our objective is to inform authors of the decision about the publication of their submitted texts within three months. Authors can expect comments on their submissions from two referees within two months. Following revision an accepted paper will normally be published in one of the next two issues of the journal. Copyright of articles remains with the authors, but so does legal liability. Prospective authors should send files of their manuscripts (including abstract) to the editor-in-chief at email@example.com .
Authors considering to submit an article for possible publication in Perspectives on Terrorism, you should be aware that
- Submissions should strive to be objective, non-partisan, evidence-based and carefully documented;
- Articles should represent original research that has not been published elsewhere and that is when submitted not under consideration or review by another journal;
- Copyright of articles remains with the authors - but so does legal responsibility for any content;
- PT wishes to be informed beforehand about re-publication of articles originally published in PT;
- PT does not require payment from, or offer payment to, authors of articles nor do the Editorial Team and the Editorial Board receive or accept payment for their work;
- To guarantee unbiased peer-review, articles should be submitted to the editor-in-chief in two files: (i) full article with name(s) of author(s), abstract, complete text with endnotes and author(s) biography/-ies and (ii) an anonymous version without the “About the Authors” section at the end.
- Submissions should be about 4,000 words long, have endnotes in square brackets [not footnotes or Harvard citation] and should preferably be written in WORD, letter size .12, font Times New Roman. The length of articles is, however, negotiable.
Perspectives on Terrorism hosts articles that reflect a diversity of opinions. The views expressed therein, and the empirical evidence cited in their support, remain the sole responsibility of the contributing authors; they do not necessarily reflect positions and views of the journal’s Editorial Team or its parent organisation,the Terrorism Research Initiative.
For more information, visit http://www.terrorismanalysts.com/pt/index.php/pot/about/submissions
POLICE PRACTICE AND RESEARCH: Back to Top
An International Journal
Manuscripts are solicited for Police Practice & Research: An International Journal (PPR) through www.tandf.co.uk/journals or www.IPES.info. PPR is a peer-reviewed, international journal that presents current and innovative academic police research as well as operational and administrative police practices from around the world. Manuscripts are sought from practitioners, researchers, and others interested in developments in policing, analysis of public order, and the state of safety as it affects the quality of life everywhere. The journal seeks to bridge the gap in knowledge that exists regarding who the police are, what they do, and how they maintain order, administer laws, and serve their communities in the world.
Submission of Manuscripts: Manuscripts should be electronically submitted to www.ipes.info. Please click on "Submit Online," and this will take the author through the submission process. Manuscripts should normally be no more than 7,500 words, including tables and figures. Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 100 words, and up to 6 key words. For a complete “Notes for Contributors”, one should refer to www.tandfonline.com/journals.For additional assistance, please contact Danika McLeod at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police Practice and Research: An International Journal is published by Routledge / Taylor and Francis (UK) six times a year.
POLICY AND INTERNET Back to Top
Special Issue: Cybercrime
Call for Papers
PROFESSIONAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE (PICJ) Back to Top
Professional Issues in Criminal Justice (PICJ), is a newly established
quarterly peer-reviewed journal that seeks to integrate the world of the
practitioner with that of the scholar. PICJ places a strong emphasis on
the professional practice of criminal justice while at the same time demonstrating
how academic approaches can benefit the practitioner. With this in mind,
both quantitative and qualitative submissions are welcomed. Evaluative
research of new practitioner programs (court operation and administration
as well as issues facing law enforcement and correctional agencies) are
ideal submissions for this journal. Likewise, PICJ includes as a sub-theme,
a variety of multinational issues in criminal justice and/or related topics.
It is expected that many future volumes will illustrate the professional
practice of criminal justice around the globe.
PICJ has an established group of reviewers and our dedicated staff members
are working to finalize the on-line design elements. At this time, the
executive board is currently seeking submissions for this journal. If interested
in submitting a manuscript to PICJ, please simply indicate interest and
send your manuscript by e-mail as a Microsoft Word attachment to Dr. Robert
Hanser at RHanser@picj.org, with
an additional hardcopy sent to the editorial office at: Kaplan University
ATTN: PICJ/Dr. Gene Scaramella, 550 W. Van Buren, Suite 700, Chicago, Illinois
60607. (312) 777-6437. The submission will be forwarded to the associate
editor who will then submit the manuscript for review.
Please note that all papers should be submitted in APA format.
Manuscripts must not exceed 20 pages in length, including title page, abstract,
and references. Potential authors are asked to provide their name,
title, affiliation, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.
Persons interested in obtaining further information should visit the
website at www.picj.org. Please direct all questions or inquiries to:
Robert D. Hanser, Ph.D.
Kaplan University &
University of Louisiana at Monroe
122 Western Avenue
West Monroe, LA 71291
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REVIEW Back to Top
Symposium: Boston Strong: Lessons Learned, Gaps Remaining, and New Issues Since 9/11
Please submit a brief proposal (an abstract will suffice) and any questions to Aimee Williamson and Brenda Bond at email@example.com as soon as possible, but no later than July 31, 2013.
Plan to submit final papers by September 30, 2013.
Call for Papers
REFLEXIVITY IN CRIMINOLOGICAL RESEARCH Back to Top
Experiences with the Powerless and the Powerful
Dr Karen Lumsden (University of Abertay Dundee)
Heather M. Morgan (University of Aberdeen)
Call for Papers
SAGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS Back to Top
Submission Deadline: February 15, 2013
We are inviting academic contributors to the SAGE Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. We are currently making assignment with a deadline of February 15, 2013.
The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College studies ethics in the following categories: General Applied and Professional Ethics; General Criminal Justice Ethics; Police Ethics; Police Codes; Legal Ethics; Prosecutorial Ethics; DNA Lab Accountability; Forensic Science Ethics; Correctional Ethics; Restorative Justice; Jury Ethics; and Judicial Ethics.
These categories define the scope of the project. Included in such categories is the interdisciplinary nature of the encyclopedia with articles covering criminology, sociology, psychology, religion, public policy, law, and philosophy. The signed articles, with cross-references are accompanied by pedagogical elements, including a Reader’s Guide, Chronology of Criminal Justice Ethics, Resource Guide, Glossary, and thorough index.
The market for the encyclopedia is composed of undergraduate college and university students within such programs as criminology, criminal justice, corrections, sociology, psychology, pre-law, history of ethics, philosophy, and other social sciences, and also patrons of public libraries seeking more information about ethics within the criminal justice system in the United States and internationally.
This comprehensive project will be published by SAGE Reference as a print and digital product available to students via the library’s electronic services. The General Editor, who will be reviewing each submission to the project, is Dr. Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
If you are interested in contributing to this cutting-edge reference, it is a unique opportunity to contribute to the contemporary literature, redefining sociological issues in today’s terms. Moreover, it can be a notable publication addition to your CV/resume and broaden your publishing credits. SAGE offers an honorarium ranging from SAGE book credits for smaller articles up to a free set of the printed product for contributions totaling 10,000 words or more.
To request the list of available articles contact Susan Moskowitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide your CV or a brief summary of your academic/publishing credentials in related disciplines.
SECURITY JOURNAL Back to Top
The Security Journal provides a forum for the debate and analysis of key issues within the field of security. It brings together papers written by some of the world's leading practitioners and academics with the aim of generating new ideas and improving the management and practice of security. The papers will aim to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and good practice, and bridge the various disciplines, professions and countries. The ultimate criteria for a paper's acceptance are that the reader will learn something new from it and that it will advance learning in terms of generating ideas and/or improving practice. Contributors will include policy makers, professionals and academics. The journal will include research-based papers and case studies, as well as papers aimed at developing theory and good practice (3,000 - 5,000 words) and where appropriate, shorter pieces describing work under consideration or in progress (1,000 - 2,500 words). For more information about the journal, please visit the website: http://www.palgrave-journals.com/sj/author_instructions.html. For inquires concerning submission guidelines and requirements, please contact co-editor Professor Bonnie Fisher at: Bonnie.Fisher@uc.edu.
SECURITY JOURNAL Back to Top
Special Issue: Safety on the Move: Crime and Perceived Safety in Transit Environments
Deadline for Abstracts: April 30, 2013
Deadline for Paper Submissions: July 31, 2013
Click here for Call for Abstracts
SOCIETIES Back to Top
Call for Papers: Special Issue "Parenting, Aggressive Behavior in Children, and Our Violent World"
Good parenting has been seen by many as the cornerstone of a healthy society. As part of the social contract, parents are expected to raise their children to comply with norms of ethical behavior to promote the common good. In some cases, parental neglect, abuse, rejection, poor role modeling, mental illness, and the like are thought to cause physical aggression in children which is associated with more serious violent behavior in youth. This special issue of Societies is dedicated to the role of parenting in the social problem of violent crime. We invite a broad range of contributions related to parents or parenting and aggressive behavior in children, parenting and violent behavior in juveniles, relevant theory, including papers which might question the importance of parenting or relate it to other social problems such as mental health, neighborhood deterioration, or alcohol and drug abuse.
Deadline for Paper Submissions: May 31, 2014
Call for Papers
SOLVING SOCIAL PROBLEMS Back to Top
Series Editor: Bonnie Berry, Director of the Social Problems Research,
Call for Proposals
SOUTHWEST JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE Back to Top
The Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice (SWJCJ) is now accepting manuscripts
for consideration. We are interested in receiving submissions of original
work that have not been previously published. Diversity in theoretical
and methodological approaches is encouraged as is the submission of policy-related
research. The SWJCJ is the online, refereed journal of the Southwest Association
of Criminal Justice, a regional affiliate of the Academy of Criminal Justice
Sciences. Authors need not be members of the Southwest Association of Criminal
Justice to submit a manuscript for consideration. Previous issues of the
journal and submission information are located at http://swjcj.cjcenter.org/ . Inquiries may be directed to the editors at email@example.com
STABILITY: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT Back to Top
Stability welcomes articles from a range of disciplines, including political science, development studies, international relations, sociology, criminology, anthropology, psychology and the law, among others. The journal will focus upon stabilisation through international missions as well as by governments within their own territories. This may include crime prevention efforts or counter-narcotics strategies insofar as they include a range of means and tactics (e.g., coercive force, diplomacy, communications, humanitarian or development assistance, etc.). However, for demonstration purposes, the following topics would likely appear relatively regularly:
- Civil-military interaction
- Conflict prevention/risk reduction
- Constitutional and legislative affairs
- Correlates of conflict
- Corruption and illicit networks
- Counterinsurgency tactics
- Crime reduction
- Demographics and human geography
- Disarmament, demobilisation & reintegration
- Economic growth and livelihoods
- Governance and political legitimacy
- International cooperation/organization
- Judicial/justice sector reform
- Law and legal regimes
- Organised crime and gang violence
- Peacekeeping or peace support operations
- Security sector reform
- Stability operations
- State- and nation-building
- Urban studies and challenges
- Whole of government or whole of system approaches
Many other topics will be considered for publication. If you are uncertain as to whether your research would match this journal’s criteria, please contact the editors.
Stability will primarily publish research articles but will also feature shorter “practice notes” and “commentaries” insofar as they are well informed, critical and contribute to knowledge and thinking in a useful manner.
- Research articles must be between 5,000 and 8,000 words, including all notes but not including the reference list/bibliography. Under special circumstances, articles up to 10,000 words may be accepted for publication. Research articles should present original findings based upon rigorous empirical or theoretical research.
- Practice notes must be between 2,000 and 4,000 words, including all notes but not including the reference list/bibliography. These should provide an account of a programme related to stabilisation which appears to be particularly effective, ineffective, innovative or otherwise notable. These should NOT comprise glowing case studies of projects implemented by the author or his/her organisation and must contribute useful analysis.
- Commentaries should be between 1,000 and 2,000 words and should reflect upon or critique a "happening" such as a policy shift, release of a major study or other notable occurrence related to stabilisation. Commentaries are particularly welcome from distinguished specialists. Authors interested in submitting a commentary piece should discuss the content with the editors before submitting a manuscript.
For full details, please see http://www.stabilityjournal.org/announcement/view/1
STATE CRIME - THE JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL STATE CRIME INITIATIVE Back to Top
We are delighted to announce the arrival of State Crime, the first peer-reviewed journal dedicated to state crime scholarship. The journal is interdisciplinary and international and seeks to develop deeper understandings of state crime and institutional deviance. Topics on which articles are invited include: torture; genocide and other forms of government and politically organised mass killing; war crimes; state-corporate crime; state-organised crime; natural disasters exacerbated by government (in)action; asylum and refugee policy and practice; state terror; political and economic corruption; and resistance to state violence and corruption. The journal is keen to feature both empirical and theoretical studies.
The journal will be published twice yearly by Pluto Press from April 2012. Details of the editorial board and peer review arrangements can be found in the Editorial Board and Notes for Contributors section at http://statecrime.org/journal. Articles should be limited to 8,000 words and written and submitted in accordance with the guidelines for authors.
All queries should be directed to the editorial board at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trauma & Abuse (TVA), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is devoted to organizing, synthesizing, and expanding knowledge on all forms of trauma, abuse, and violence. TVA is practitioner oriented, dedicated to professionals and advanced students in clinical training who work with any form of trauma, abuse, and violence, and is intended to compile knowledge that clearly affects practice, policy, and research.
Impact Factor: 2.6
Ranked: 1 out of 39 in Social Work,1 out of 40 in Family Studies and 3 out of 46 in Criminology & Penology
Source: 2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011)
Manuscripts are commissioned by the Editorial Board and/or may be submitted. TVA accepts comprehensive reviews of research, legal cases, or conceptual and theoretical developments in any aspect of trauma, violence or abuse. Each manuscript must begin with a clear description of the knowledge area that is being researched or reviewed and its relevance to understanding or dealing with trauma, violence, or abuse. Each review manuscript must also provide a clear discussion of the limits of the knowledge which has been reviewed, and must include two summary tables; one of critical findings and the other listing implications of the review for practice, policy, and research. The tables, which summarize critical findings and implications for practice, policy and research, must accompany submission.
Interested potential authors are encouraged to contact the editor with an idea for a review manuscript. Manuscripts should be prepared in APA style and may be up to thirty-five typed double spaced pages in length. All manuscripts are peer reviewed and should be submitted with a letter indicating that the material has not been published elsewhere and is not under review at another publication. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tva where authors will be required to set up an online account on the SageTrack system powered by ScholarOne. Inquiries may be made by e-mail at email@example.com or fax at 206-543-1228.
Trends in Organized Crime offers a composite of analyses and syntheses
from a variety of information sources to serve the interests of both practitioners
and policy makers as well as the academic community. It is both a
stimulus to and a forum for more rigorous empirical research on organized
crime, both nationally and internationally.
Published four times a year, Trends in Organized Crime is the official
journal of the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime
(IASOC). It has a distinguished international editorial board.
Trends publishes peer-reviewed, academically rigorous research, excerpts
significant governmental reports; offers reviews of major new books, and,
presents analyses and commentary on current issues in organized crime.
Manuscripts must follow APA style and must be submitted electronically, preferably as a Word file, to the Editor Klaus von Lampe firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information, contact the Editor at the above email address, or at +49-30-83870335.
The Turkish Journal of Criminology is an official publication of the Turkish Society of Criminology. It aims to advance the study of criminology and criminal justice in Turkey and other countries, to promote empirically-based public policy in crime prevention, and to encourage comparative studies about crime and criminal justice. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature and welcomes manuscripts from a variety of disciplines, including criminology, criminal justice, law, sociology, psychology, forensic science and social work as applied to crime and criminal justice. It provides a platform for criminologists, policymakers, and practitioners and welcomes manuscripts relating to crime, crime prevention, criminal law, medico-legal topics and the administration of criminal justice in Turkey and other countries. The Journal especially encourages theoretical and methodological papers with an emphasis on evidence-based, empirical research addressing crime in Turkish and Middle Eastern contexts. It also seeks to publish research arising from a broad variety of methodological traditions, including quantitative, qualitative, historical, and comparative methods. The Turkish Journal of Criminology is refereed and published twice yearly. Submissions to the journal should be sent directly to the Editor and/or Deputy Editor by e-mail.
Halil Ibrahim Bahar, Editor email@example.com
Kazim Seyhan, Deputy Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
UNIVERSITY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO'S INSTITUTE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND PUBLIC SAFETY Back to Top
The University of Trinidad and Tobago's (UTT) Institute for Criminology and Public Safety announces a Call for Papers for its upcoming conference titled "Emerging Crimes in the Caribbean: Implications and Proposed Solutions". The conference is a two-day event being held at the UTT's O'Meara Campus in Trinidad. Abstracts must be 300 words and submitted to the Conference Chair, Dr. Meredith L. Patten (Meredith.email@example.com), by February 14, 2014. Notification of acceptance/rejection of abstract will be by February 28, 2014.
call for papers
VICTIMS AND OFFENDERS Back to Top
Victims & Offenders is a peer-reviewed journal that provides an interdisciplinary and international forum for the dissemination of new research, policies and practices related to both victimization and offending throughout the life course. Our aim is to provide an opportunity for researchers—both in the United States and internationally—from a wide range of disciplines (criminal justice, psychology, sociology, political science, economics, public health, and social work) to publish articles that examine issues from a variety of perspectives in a unique, interdisciplinary forum. We are interested in both quantitative and qualitative research, systematic, evidence-based reviews, and articles that focus on theory development related to offenders and victims. The journal is published quarterly.
Victims & Offenders receives all manuscript submissions electronically via the ScholarOne Manuscripts website located at:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/UVAO . ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, as well as facilitating the review process and internal communication between authors, editors, and reviewers via a web-based platform. ScholarOne Manuscripts technical support can be accessed via http://scholarone.com/services/support/ . If you have any other requests please contact the journal’s editor, Professor James Byrne, at firstname.lastname@example.org or the managing editor, Dr. William Wood, at email@example.com
WAR CRIMES, GENOCIDE, AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Back to Top
War Crimes, Genocide, and Crime against Humanity is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, open access journal dedicated to understanding the conceptualization, etiology, and prevention of violations of international criminal and humanitarian law. The journal is published in both online and print formats. The journal emphasizes socio-legal and criminological approaches, but solicits manuscripts from other disciplines that address causes, impacts, prevention, redress, and pedagogy related to its subject matter. The editors also welcome review essays which summarize recent scholarly literature. Our intended audience is the international community of scholars and practitioners devoted to understanding and preventing crimes against humanity.
For more information and notes for contributors, see the journal’s web site at http://www.war-crimes.org.
L. Edward Day, Editor
War Crimes, Genocide & Crimes against Humanity
Penn State Altoona
3000 Ivyside Park
Altoona, PA 16601-3760
The Western Criminology Review is the official journal of the Western Society of Criminology, and we invite all ASC members to submit their research to the journal. Published three times a year, WCR is an on-line, peer-reviewed outlet for scholarly research in all matters important to criminology and criminal justice. The journal is intended to reflect local (Western), national, and international concerns. Manuscripts are submitted electronically, and all correspondence is conducted online to speed the review process. Due to the advantages of being an online journal, there are no page, color, or appendix restrictions; authors can include hypertext links and images at their discretion.
Our evaluation process of submitted papers involves a brief internal consideration by editorial staff, followed by a blind assessment by at least two external reviewers. Replies and Comments to previously published articles are encouraged. All submissions should be formatted according to the journal’s guidelines for manuscripts, which can be found on the WCR web-site at http://wcr.sonoma.edu.
Persons interested in submitting their work to WCR should send inquiries to Leana Bouffard or Jeffrey Bouffard, Co-Editors, Criminal Justice Program, Washington State University, P.O. Box 644880, Pullman, WA 99164-4880, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women & Criminal Justice is the only periodical devoted specifically to scholarly interdisciplinary and international research on all concerns related to women and criminal justice. It provides scholars with a single forum devoted to this critical specialty area in the fields of criminal justice, human rights, law, politics, sociology, social work, and women's studies. Both qualitative and quantitative studies are welcomed, as are studies that test theories about women as victims, professionals and offenders.
The journal is refereed and features original research articles from academicians and professionals in the field that reflect its interdisciplinary and international focus, such as:
* cross-cultural studies on gender, race, ethnicity, and criminal justice
* socio-legal and historical studies on gender and crime and victimization
* gender studies on women professionals
* theory pertaining to women and criminal justice
* women and the law
* women in crime and punishment literature
* women as victims of rape, incest, battering, stalking and sexual harassment
* women and human trafficking
* implications of legally mandated change for professionals, victims, and offenders
* juvenile females in the criminal justice system
* women in criminal justice professions, including academia
* incarcerated women (legal rights, programs, pregnancy, AIDS, children of incarcerated women, aged and infirm, women on death row)
* legal restraints on improving the conditions for women in the criminal justice system
* international efforts to respond to the needs of women in the criminal justice system.
Authors are strongly encouraged to submit manuscripts electronically via e-mail to the Editor-In-Chief, Dr. Frances Bernat (email@example.com). Send submissions in a single electronic file, including all of your tables and figures. Send a cover letter in a separate file or paste it into the email screen. Note: We will have the greatest ability to read and review manuscripts assembled as Word files (preferably as ''.doc'' as opposed to the latest Word version ''.docx''). Some peer reviewers for WJS may not have the latest Word version and would not be able to open such files. Also, if submitting a revised paper, include the revision memo (this must not reveal the author's identity to the referees).
Text should be readable copy for the purposes of peer review in a serif typeface (preferably Times Roman) at a font no smaller than 11 points (12 point is preferred). Manuscript text should be double spaced with margins of at least one inch all around the page. In addition to the main text, every submission must include (1) title page, (2) an abstract, (3) a reference list, and any (4) notes, (5) tables, or (6) figures mentioned in the text on separate pages. A word count that includes text, notes, and references must be included in the cover letter. Authors should note that most published articles are about 25 pages (200 words per page) in length. Please organize your paper so that the elements are gathered in this order: title page, abstract, text, references, notes, figures, and tables. Your paper should not place figures and tables where they are discussed in the text, rather make a notation in the text as to where the table or figure would appear (e.g., Table 1 about here).
For complete submission details, please visit the journal’s webpage at www.informaworld.com/WWCJ.
Dr. Roslyn Muraskin, noted criminal justice, author, lecturer, and professor
at Long Island University, has accepted the editorship for a new
series by Prentice Hall College Publishing entitled Women’s Issues in Criminal
Justice. Through this series, Dr. Muraskin and contributing authors
will explore issues that impact women and justice, studying the effects
of the criminal justice system on female criminals, CJ practitioners,
Women’s Issues in Criminal Justice is currently seeking proposals
and/or manuscripts on topics including, but not limited to:
- Women Serial Killers
- Women Victims of Violence
- Women Who Abuse Drugs/Alcohol
- Disparate Treatment of Women
- Women and Issues of Privacy
- Women and the Use of Self-Defense as a Defense
- Alternatives to Incarceration for Women
- Women and Employment (e.g., employment as Law Enforcement,
Correctional Officers, Members of the Judiciary, as well as issues
such as Sexual Harassment, Title Nine, etc.)
- Women, Crime and the Use of Technology
Please send all proposals and inquires to:
Dr. Roslyn Muraskin
Department of Criminal Justice
Long Island University
Brookville, NY 11548
YOUTH VIOLENCE AND JUVENILE JUSTICE: Back to Top
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL
The journal welcomes article submissions. Manuscripts should not
exceed 35 pages, including text, tables, notes, references and other material.
The manuscript should be accompanied by a brief abstract of about 100 words.
Submissions should be typewritten, double-spaced, with notes, references,
tables and figures on separate pages, and should follow the APA format.
Submit five copies for editorial evaluation. Author's name, affiliation,
mailing address, email address, telephone and fax numbers, and a biographical
note of 25-50 words should be included on a separate cover pages.
Eric J. Fritsch
Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice
University of North Texas
Department of Criminal Justice
P.O. Box 305120
Denton, TX 76203-5130