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Criminal Justice Studies

"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. All methodologies of social science are supported and encouraged. The journal is especially interested in publishing research that provides a critical assessment of criminal justice policy and practices." (From the publisher's website)

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