NEW JOURNAL: CRIME, MEDIA, CULTURE
Crime, Media, Culture is the primary vehicle for exchange between scholars who are working at the intersections of criminological and cultural inquiry. It promotes a broad crossdisciplinary understanding of the relationship between crime, criminal justice, media and culture.
While Crime, Media, Culture embraces submissions across a range of research perspectives and methodological orientations, it encourages especially work that develops cultural, critical, and qualitative understandings of the crime/media/culture nexus. On this basis, while Crime, Media, Culture does not reject quantitative studies out of hand, it does require that statistical analysis be substantiated by, and situated within, theoretically informed and qualitatively nuanced engagement with the subject matter.
Submissions are sought primarily from academics and scholarly researchers in relevant fields but submissions from professionals, practitioners, policy makers, cultural workers, and other interested parties are also welcome, and will be given full consideration.
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