International Journal of Criminology and Sociology

The International Journal of Criminology and Sociology monitors the rapidly changing interdisciplinary fields of criminology and sociology. It is a forum for the publication and discussion of theory, research, policy, and practice in the related aspects of this discipline.

IJCS is a valuable resource for intellectuals dealing with the various aspects related to crime, whether its criminology, sociology, anthropology, psychology, law, economics, politics or social work. It is also of great value to professionals concerned with crime, law, criminal justice, politics, and penology.


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Vol 8 (2019)

Table of Contents

Articles

Pain, Injury, Mortality: Police Confront Critical Incidents PDF
Robert Werling, Amanda Pereira, Gregory Morris, Blake Randol 1-11
Detainees in Police Custody in Yorkshire, United Kingdom: A Survey of the Common Mental Health Problems PDF
Jibowu Oluboku 12-19
On the “Mockness” of Mock Juries: Real versus Mock Juries as Conversational Forms PDF
John F. Manzo 20-28
Territorial – Means a Spatial, or a New Approach to the Old Criminological Problem Solving PDF
Dmitry V. Bakharev 29-39
Preventing Human Trafficking in Global and Vietnamese Context PDF
Trung Kien Le 40-44
Cyberbullying among Emerging Adults: Exploring Prevalence, Impact, and Coping Methods PDF
Timothy Oblad 45-54


ISSN: 1929-4409