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As a member of the ASC Division on Critical Criminology and/or ACJS Section on Critical Criminology, you are entitled to online access to the journal Critical Criminology. Access includes all back issues of the journal as well.
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The Society Journal: Critical Criminology 

The official Journal of the ASC Division on Critical Criminology

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The journal explores social, political and economic justice from alternative perspectives, including anarchistic, cultural, feminist, integrative, Marxist, peace-making, postmodernist and left-realist criminology.
Rather than limit the scope of its coverage to state definitions of crime, Critical Criminology focuses on issues of social harm and social justice, including work exploring the intersecting lines of class, gender, race/ethnicity and heterosexism.
To read more about the journals and to subscribe to the Table of Content alerts, visit the journal home page.

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About CRITCRIM

CRITCRIM
The American Society of Criminology (ASC) Division on Critical Criminology and the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Section on Critical Criminal Justice:
  • Foster research and theory development in the field of critical criminology, which is widely recognized as one of the major paradigms in criminology.
  • Provide a forum for members of the ASC and ACJS to discuss ideas and to exchange information, both through events at the annual meetings and through a Divisional newsletter.
  • Organize conference sessions at ASC and ACJS meetings.
  • Encourage appropriate and effective teaching techniques and practices and stimulate the development of curricula related to courses on critical criminology.
 
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Contact our Publishing Editor: Welmoed Spahr

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