CALL FOR PAPERS
International Journal of Criminal Justice
AIM AND SCOPE
The year of 2019 marks the first issue of the International
Journal of Criminal Justice (IJCJ), a biannual and peer-reviewed English
journal published by Korean Institute of Criminology (KIC), a national research
institute in criminology and legal affairs. It facilitates comprehensive
analysis and evidence-based research on crime trends in order to make a contribution
to national policies for crime prevention and criminal justice policies.
IJCJ will share academic and practical views from
home and abroad and play a pivotal role as an international academic arena for
domestic and foreign criminal polices.
Manuscripts should be written in English and should be 10,000 words
or less in MS word.
Please make sure to keep the deadline and Guideline for the
submission. Manuscripts can be submitted throughout the whole year. Manuscripts submitted by November 15 shall
be considered as candidate papers for issues published in December. Several
key words should be suggested in submitted manuscripts.
All manuscripts should identify all authors and co-authors. Authors’
contact information such as
phone numbers, addresses, email addresses should be submitted. Submitted manuscripts
are not returnable.
All authors are getting subscription fee
Honorarium (approximately USD 2,000 or KRW 2,000,000) will be
paid when papers are published in the IJCJ.
All manuscripts must be submitted via email of managing editor Mrs. Seungjin LEE at email@example.com.
Journal of Criminal Justice (IJCJ) invites papers
from many different realms of criminology and criminal justice at both regional
and global levels. Any issues related to criminology and criminal justice will
be welcomed such as:
Community Sanction, Corrections, Corruption
& White Collar Crime, Crime Prevention & Protection, Crime Trends,
Crime & Deviance, Criminal Investigation, Criminal Law & Policy,
Criminal Procedure, Cybercrime, Drug, Terrorism & Organized Crime, Economic
& Corporate Crime, Information, Technology & Forensic Science, Juvenile
Delinquency, Juvenile Justice, Penology, Police & Policing, Violent