International Journal of Criminology and Sociology

IJSC

About the Journal     

Editor-in-Chief:  Mitchel P. Roth  Editor's Profile        

Abbreviated key title:
Int. J. Criminol. Sociol.
ISSN (online): 1929-4409
Published by: Lifescience Global
Periodicity: One Volume per year - Open Access
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Scope and Topics of the Journal

The International Journal of Criminology and Sociology monitors the rapidly changing interdisciplinary fields of criminology and sociology. It is a forum for the publication and discussion of theory, research, policy, and practice in the related aspects of this discipline.

IJCS is a valuable resource for intellectuals dealing with the various aspects related to crime, whether its criminology, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law, economics, politics or social work. It is also of great value to professionals concerned with crime, law, criminal justice, politics, and penology.

It publishes work of the highest quality from around the world and going through all areas of criminology and sociology. Topics covered in the journal include major theoretical and methodological developments as well as current research in the major subfields of criminology and sociology.

The Journal also 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. IJCS publishes reviews and critical discussions of recent works in sociology and criminology and related disciplines that merit the attention of sociologists and criminologist.

Indexed and Abstracted in

National Criminal Justice Reference Service - NCJRSOCLC (WorldCat), World Health Organization – HINARI, Open J-Gate, Google Scholar, Directory of Research Journals IndexingGenamics JournalSeekScilit

Audience

This publication appeals to justice administrators, researchers and practitioners, academics, and to anyone wishing to keep abreast of recent criminological findings and opinions.

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