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Discover Routledge Criminology and Criminal Justice Journals

Routledge Criminology and Criminal Justice journals address vital issues in criminology and criminal justice research, including the causes, effects and consequences of crime, and the operation of the criminal justice system. Published in partnership with prestigious societies and organisations including the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) and the Midwestern Criminal Justice Association, our journal titles are a must read for criminology researchers.  

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Article Author(s) Journal
Lethal leverage: false confessions, false pleas, and wrongful homicide convictions in death-eligible cases Karcin Vick, Kimberly J. Cook & Meghan Rogers Contemporary Justice Review
It’s all about the money: an exploration of probation fees Ebony Ruhland Corrections
How Is Criminal Justice Related to the Rest of Justice? Jonathan Jacobs Criminal Justice Ethics
Imprisonment pains, reentry strains, and perceived likelihood of reoffending Amanda Cook & Stacy Hoskins Haynes Criminal Justice Studies
Exploring gender differences in domestic violence reported to the NSW Police Force Jane Wangmann, Lesley Laing & Julie Stubbs Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Drug dealers gone digital: using signalling theory to analyse criminal online personas and trust Silje Anderdal Bakken Global Crime
Cross-national differences in women’s imprisonment rates: exploring the conditional effects of gender inequality and other macro-level factors Breanna Boppre, Terance D. Miethe, Emily I. Troshynski & Emily J. Salisbury International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice
Intelligent Fake News Detection: A Systematic Mapping Caio V. Meneses Silva, Raphael Silva Fontes & Methanias Colaço Júnior Journal of Applied Security Research
Culture in prison, culture on the street: the convergence between the convict code and code of the street Meghan M. Mitchell, David C. Pyrooz & Scott H. Decker Journal of Crime and Justice
A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of a Hybrid Course Modality to Increase Student Engagement and Mastery of Course Content in Undergraduate Research Methods Classes Eileen M. Ahlin Journal of Criminal Justice Education
Who challenges disparities in capital punishment?: An analysis of state legislative floor debates on death penalty reform David Niven & Ellen A. Donnelly Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
Work, support and solitude: prisoners’ desistance expectations and self-regulating strategies Emma Villman Journal of Offender Rehabilitation
Views on COVID-19 from Inside Prison: Perspectives of High-security Prisoners David C. Pyrooz, Ryan M. Labrecque, Jennifer J. Tostlebe & Bert Useem Justice Evaluation Journal
A Longitudinal Assessment of Head Injuries as a Source of Acquired Neuropsychological Deficits and the Implications for Criminal Persistence Joseph A. Schwartz Justice Quarterly
Non-reporting of sexual violence as action: acts, selves, futures in the making Maria Hansen, Kari Stefansen & May-Len Skilbrei Nordic Journal of Criminology
Police trust-building strategies. A socio-institutional, comparative approach Dorian Schaap Policing and Society
Empathy in investigative interviews of victims:How to understand it, how to measure it, and how to do it? Kristina Kepinska Jakobsen Police Practice and Research
Mass Shootings and Routine Activities Theory: The Impact of Motivation, Target Suitability, and Capable Guardianship on Fatalities and Injuries Jason R. Silva & Emily Ann Greene-Colozzi Victims & Offenders
Women’s Experiences in the Revolving Door of the Criminal Justice System: Implications for Their Imagined Futures Candace Kruttschnitt & Natalia Bittencourt Otto Women & Criminal Justice

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