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Occasional Series in Criminal Justice and International Studies

The Occasional Series in Criminal Justice and International Studies is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, international academic e-series that promotes scholarly work in international studies and criminal justice.

Criminal justice and global studies, as ‘rendezvous disciplines’, attract a wide range of academic traditions and fields of practice, providing insights, contestation and diversity. The fundamental goal of this series is the fostering of a critically informed and engaged community of scholars and practitioners that recognises the relevance of global studies and criminal justice across a multiplicity of disciplines, settings and contexts.

The Occasional Series in Criminal Justice and International Studies self-consciously provides a forum that is open to the dissemination of ideas, information and practice across a broad range of disciplines and backgrounds. Although the papers within the series are individual, the emphasis of the series is to tie together and showcase innovative, high-quality research and demonstrate the enrichment that diversity brings. Each article reflects the application of new disciplines or innovation and creative thought to the problems of international studies and criminal justice.
Publication Details
Name of Publisher: RMIT Publishing
Place of Publication: Melbourne, Vic.
Resource Type: Journal
ISSN: 1834-3759
Publication Year: 2006-
Publication Frequency: Annual
Coverage: (Dec 2006) (Dec 2009) - onwards (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Criminology & criminal justice