International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences
Int J Crim Justice Sci
The International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences (IJCJS) is a peer-reviewed online (open access) and print (published by Serial Publications, New Delhi, India) journal focusing on the contemporary issues in Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Victimology, and it tries to give a new impetus to the field of criminology by the way of high quality articles and book reviews. This journal would provide a forum for International academics, practitioners and activists who share critical perspectives on criminology, criminal justice and Victimology. The main purpose of the journal would be to counter mainstream and authoritarian discourses, policies, and practices relating to crime, Criminal justice and Victimology. Currently no International journal in Criminology functions from India which specifically caters for International academics and be a bridge for the criminologists from west and east. This journal would act as a focal point for critical research, at a time when critical academic work is becoming increasingly subjugated to mainstream approaches. This journal would have, as a secondary aim, the opportunity of raising the profile of the International criminological perspectives among academics, practitioners, and activists. We would hope to see an increased interest in the Criminal Justice field through the publication of this journal.
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