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- THEORETICAL CRIMINOLOGY is a relatively new scholarly journal focusing on the theoretical aspects of criminology. It is concerned with theories, concepts, narratives and myths of crime, criminal behavior, social deviance, criminal law, morality, justice, and social regulation. The journal aims to foster theoretical debate, explore the relationship between theory and data in empirical research, and advance the link between criminological analysis and general social and political theory. It is international and interdisciplinary, presenting perspectives from criminology, sociology, law, history, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, economics, and other disciplines. The journal's scope is broad, including information about the nature of crime and justice, penal policy, the history of crime and criminal justice, comparisons of local and international forms of crime and social control, and the relationships between crime and social development. Occasional thematic issues focus on specific issues (Katz).
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