Asian Journal of Criminology
An Interdisciplinary Journal on Crime, Law and Deviance in Asia
The Asian Journal of Criminology advances the study of criminology and criminal justice, promoting evidence-based public policy in crime prevention, and comparative studies on crime and criminal justice. The Journal provides a platform for discussion and exchange of ideas among criminologists, policymakers, and practitioners, by publishing papers relating to crime, crime prevention, criminal law, medico-legal topics and the administration of criminal justice in Asian countries. The focus is on theoretical and methodological papers with an emphasis on evidence-based, empirical research addressing crime in Asian contexts. It presents research from a broad variety of methodological traditions, including quantitative, qualitative, historical, and comparative methods. Its multi-disciplinary approach spans a range of disciplines, including criminology, criminal justice, law, sociology, psychology, forensic science, social work, urban studies, history, and geography.
Transplanting Jury Trials in South Korean Legal Soils: Comparative Analysis with Jury Trials in the United States
John Sanghyun Lee (March 2016)
Andrew Novak (March 2016)
Review of J.D. Freilich, G. LaFree, John Winterdyk (Eds.), Criminology Theory and Terrorism: New Applications and Approaches
John Winterdyk (March 2016)
- Available 2006 - 2016
- Volumes 11
- Issues 29
- Articles 230
- Open Access 13 Articles
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