Dr Gwen Robinson has accepted an invitation to join the Editorial Board of the British Journal of Criminology, starting 1 January 2015 for 5 years. This is prestigious appointment that recognises Gwen’s expertise and opinions by her peers. She will join Professor Stephen Farrall who is already on Editorial Board.
This appointment demonstrates that our Criminologists are increasingly at the forefront of new research and are helping to shape the future of this academic discipline.
The British Journal of Criminology
The British Journal of Criminology: An International Review of Crime and Society is one of the world’s top criminology journals. It publishes work of the highest quality from around the world and across all areas of criminology.
Editorial Board members: Professor Stephen Farrall and Dr Gwen Robinson
Find out more http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/crimin/about.html
European Journal of Criminology
The European Journal of Criminology is a refereed journal published by SAGE publications and the European Society of Criminology. It provides a forum for research and scholarship on crime and criminal justice institutions. The journal published high quality articles using varied approaches, including discussion of theory, analysis of quantitative data, comparative studies, systematic evaluation of interventions, and study of institutions of political process
Edited by Professor Paul Knepper and managed here by the Centre for Criminological Research, School of Law.
Find out more here: http://euc.sagepub.com/
International Review of Victimology
The International Review of Victimology is the leading international peer-reviewed journal for victimological research. The journal focuses upon traditional areas of victimological research, such as offender typologies, the victim-offender relationship, victimization surveys, victim compensation, the victim in the criminal justice system, reparation and restitution by offenders and crime prevention for offenders. The journal also looks at broader theoretical issues such as definitions of victimization and the philosophy of victimology.
Edited by Joanna Shapland, and managed here by the Centre for Criminological Research, School of Law.
Find out more here: http://irv.sagepub.com/