Annual Review of Criminal Justice Studies - Volume 1
ARCJS is an open-access journal that publishes scholarly writings
pertinent to the critical analyses of law, crime and justice systems
and their entanglement with larger political economic processes.
ARCJS contributors explore how ideas and systems of crime, law
and justice shape broader issues of social justice, especially those
related to the experience of race, class, gender, sexuality, and age
inequality in the U.S.
Ranging from the conception to the implementation to the
transformation of law, crime and justice systems and ideas,
ARCJS includes ethically reasoned critical analyses intent on
contributing to the assessment of alternative solutions to
problems associated with the identification, control and
prevention of crime and delinquency.