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FYSM Incarceration: Journals

The Prison Journal

TPJ is a forum for studies, ideas, and discussions of adult and juvenile confinement, treatment interventions, and alternative sanctions. 

Interlibrary Loan

When full-text is not available request article via the Interlibrary Loan Service. Sign in or create an account with Siena network username and password.

Criminology/Psychology Journals

Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health focuses on the relationship between mental state and criminal behavior, whether the individual has a mental disorder or not.

CJB promotes scholarly evaluations of assessment, classification, prevention, intervention, and treatment programs.

JIV focuses on the study and treatment of victims and perpetrators of interpersonal violence, addressing the causes, effects, treatment, and prevention of all types of violence.

Criminology is devoted to crime and deviant behavior.  Disciplines covered include sociology, psychology, design, systems analysis, and decision theory. 

Criminal Justice & Policy Journals

CJPR addresses issues in crime and justice and examines the implementation and effectiveness of criminal justice policies, programs, and practices.

CAD is a policy-oriented journal focused on issues that impact the criminal justice system, including the social, political and economic contexts of criminal justice.

Criminology & Public Policy is interdisciplinary in nature, devoted to policy discussions of criminology research findings. 

Sociology Journals

ASR focuses on sociology, new developments, understanding of fundamental social processes, and methodological innovations.

Punishment & Society publishes research and scholarship dealing with punishment, penal institutions and penal control.

The Sociological Quarterly publishes all areas of sociological inquiry.