18 Criminology, Crim. Just. L & Soc'y i (2017)

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  Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law &  Society (CCJLS), formerly Western Criminology  Review (WCR),  is the official journal of the
  Western Society of Criminology. This peer-reviewed journal builds on the mission of its predecessor by promoting understanding of the
  causes of crime; the methods used to prevent and control crime; the institutions, principles, and actors involved in the apprehension,
  prosecution, punishment, and reintegration of offenders; and the legal and political framework under which the justice system and its primary
  actors operate. Historical and contemporary perspectives are encouraged, as are diverse theoretical and methodological approaches. CCJLS
  publishes theoretical and empirical research on criminology, criminal justice, and criminal law and society; practice-oriented papers
  (including those addressing teaching/pedagogical issues); essays and commentary on crime, law, and justice policy; replies and comments to
  articles previously published in CCJLS or WCR; book and film reviews; and scholarly article reviews.


  Henry F. Fradella, Arizona State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
  Aili Malm, California State University, Long Beach, School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Management
  Christine S. Scott-Hayward, California State University, Long Beach, School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Management


Co-Managing  Editor:
Co-Managing  Editor:
Consulting Editor:
Consulting Editor:

Maryanne  Alderson, California State University, Long Beach
Kyle Meditz, Arizona State University
Vanessa Burrows, California State University, Long Beach
Stuart Henry, San Diego State University
Christine Curtis, San Diego State University


Martin A. Andresen,
   Simon Fraser University
Hadar Aviram,
   University of California, Hastings
Susan Bandes,
   De Paul University
Gisela Bichler,
   California State University, San Bernardino
Martin Bouchard,
   Simon Fraser University
Kate Bowers,
   University College London
Joel Caplan,
   Rutgers University
Meda  Chesney-Lind,
   University of Hawaii at Manoa
Finn Esbensen,
   University ofMissouri, St. Louis
Patricia Ewick,
   Clark University
Marcus Felson,
   Texas State University
Ben Fleury-Steiner,
   University of Delaware

Jona Goldschmidt,
   Loyola University Chicago
Angela Gover,
   University of Colorado, Denver
Michael R. Gottfredson,
   University of California, Irvine
Stuart Henry,
   San Diego State University
John Hipp,
   University of California, Irvine
Anne Hobbs,
   University of Nebraska, Omaha
Beth Huebner,
   University ofMissouri, St. Louis
Shane Johnson,
   University College London
Delores Jones-Brown,
   John Jay College of Criminal Justice
David Klinger,
   University ofMissouri, St. Louis
Mona  Lynch,
   University of California, Irvine
Daniel Macallair,
   Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

Lisa Pasko,
   University of Denver
Kim  Rossmo,
   Texas State University
Jonathan Simon,
   University of California, Berkeley
Michael R. Smith,
   University of Texas at El Paso
Don Stemen,
   Loyola University Chicago
Richard Tewksbury,
   University of Louisville
Christopher Totten,
   Kennesaw  State University
Michael Townsley,
   Griffith University
William C. Thompson,
   University of California, Irvine
Bonita Veysey,
   Rutgers University
Michael D. White,
   Arizona State University
Kevin Wright,
   Arizona State University
Frank Zimring,
   University of California, Berkeley


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