Annual Review of Criminology

The Annual Review of Criminology provides comprehensive reviews of significant developments in the multidisciplinary field of criminology, defined as the study of both the nature of criminal behavior and societal reactions to crime. International in scope, the journal examines variations in crime and punishment across time and among individuals, communities, and societies. The societal effects of crime and crime control, and why certain individuals or groups are more likely to be arrested, convicted, and sentenced to prison, are also covered via topics relating to criminal justice agencies (e.g., police, courts, and corrections) and criminal law.
 

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