Academic journal article Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology

Editor's Statement

Academic journal article Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology

Editor's Statement

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I would like to welcome everyone to the beginning of the fifth year of the Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology. I am pleased to announce that the jtpcrim is currently listed with EBSCO HOST and ProQuest. I intend to continue to expand the availability of the Journal with the hope of continuing to grow our readership. Though I have explored the possibility of partnering with a publisher to create a print version of the Journal, I have decided for the publication to remain an exclusively online concern. The Journal will also remain an open access academic publication that will be free of charge.

We will continue with the practice of featuring a full length manuscript or journal article with invited commenters to help further the conversation within criminology, criminal justice and offender treatment. Such an approach proves a unique opportunity for scholars to interact with each other within a printed format that is rarely offered by other publications.

Peter Manning has agreed to participate in the conversational essay section which is tentatively scheduled to appear in the July edition of the Journal. In the past we have invited Bruce Arrigo, Shadd Maruna and Michelle Brown to participate in this section of the Journal. …

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