European Journal of Criminology
Eur J Criminol
ISSN (printed): 1477-3708. ISSN (electronic): 1741-2609.
European Journal of Criminology is an exciting new journal that will be the prime European source for authoritative information and analysis on crime and criminal justice issues. It will be launched in January 2004 by the European Society of Criminology in partnership with Sage Publications. The journal seeks to open channels of communication between academics, researchers and policy makers across the wider Europe. At a time when crime and punishment is being hotly debated across Europe, European Journal of Criminology will seek to bring together broad theoretical accounts of crime, analyses of quantitative data, comparative studies, systematic evaluations of interventions and discussions of criminal justice institutions. Each issue will include a 'country survey' of a selected country within the wider Europe (the EU and beyond). Country surveys will summarize essential facts about the criminal justice system, review trends in crime and punishment, and discuss major publications in recent years The journal will also cover analysis of policy and the results of policy, but not description of policy developments.
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