Interdisciplinary Justice Research

The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research (IJR) is a double blind peer review journal that publishes articles dealing with thematic issues in law, justice, criminology and related disciplines.

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Welcome to the IJR's online hosting, submissions and review site. You can view our sister webpage at The IJR is a publication of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies at the University of Winnipeg. The CIJS conferences, workshops, website and open access publications bring together students, the public, the local activist and practitioner community and academics. The collaboration results in knowledge that is available to members of our community free of charge.



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Vol 1 (2010)

Vol. 1, Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Steven A. Kohm, Michael Weinrath


John C. Crank
Richard Jochelson, Kirsten Kramar
Sandy Wilson, Vanessa Chopyk, Angela Whyte
Wendy Aujla
Pauline Greenhill, Steven Kohm
Courtney A. Waid
Sabrina Heyde
Jennifer Keith
Paul Redekop
Colleen Pawlychka
Mark A. Davidson
Heidi Rimke
Janna Young