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Canadian Journal of Criminology and

Criminal Justice

Submission Guidelines for Authors

Contents

Subject Matter and Scope

Peer Review Process

Blinding

Manuscript Submission Process

Manuscript Requirements

References

Books:

Periodicals:

Collections:

Cited Legislation and Cited Cases:

Footnotes and Endnotes

Additional Elements for Submission

Contact Information

Abstract

and Keywords

Letters of Permission

Tables and Figures

Queries

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Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Submission Guidelines Page 1 Subject Matter and Scope The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice publishes quarterly coverage of the theoretical and scientific aspects of the study of crime and the practical problems of law enforcement, administration of justice, and the treatment of offenders, particularly in the Canadian context. CJCCJ appeals to anyone needing to keep abreast of recent criminological findings and opinions: justice administrators, researchers, practitioners, and academics. CJCCJ emphasizes original scientific research. Recent issues have explored topics such as the Youth Criminal Justice Act, wrongful convictions, criminology research in Canada, and punishment and restorative justice. Published by the Canadian Criminal Justice Association, the journal counts subscribers in over 35 countries. It is often quoted in textbooks, manuals, the media, other journals, and training curricula.

Since 1958, with previous titles such as the Canadian Journal of Criminology, the Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, and the Canadian Journal of Corrections, this bilingual peer-reviewed journal has provided a forum for original contributions and discussions in the fields of criminology and criminal justice.

Peer Review Process The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice is a peer-reviewed forum for original contributions and discussion in the field of criminology and criminal justice. It is concerned with the theoretical and scientific aspects of the study of crime and with the practical problems of law enforcement, administration of justice, and the treatment of the offender. Preference is given to articles with Canadian content and to those related in some way to a Canadian project, institution, practice, etc.

The manuscript review process requires a substantial commitment of time by the JOURNAL’s editorial staff and reviewers. Submitting a manuscript to the CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE implies authors' commitment to publish in the JOURNAL. Authors must certify in writing that neither the article submitted nor a version of it has been published, nor is publicly available online, nor is being considered for publication elsewhere, nor will be submitted elsewhere for consideration for publication while the manuscript is under review by the JOURNAL. Such certification must accompany the manuscript. Authors thereby agree to transfer their copyright to the publisher of the JOURNAL.

Blinding The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice uses a double-blind peer review process. Blinding a manuscript entails removing all references to your name and identifying publications, and to the setting and participants in your research, where relevant. A cover page listing authorship, institutional affiliation, acknowledgements, and the date of submission of the article should be included in a separate file. In the file containing the remainder of the manuscript and abstract, only the title should appear.

References that are likely to suggest the identity of the author (e.g., to unpublished work by the author) should be avoided. If they are included, such references should be cited in the body of Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Submission Guidelines Page 2 the text as “Identifying reference [number]” and listed on a separate page in the file containing the cover page and other identifying information – not in the Reference appendix.

Upon acceptance of the article for publication, the author will be required to provide a revised version of the text in which identifying references have been integrated into the text and the References appendix.

Authors are cautioned that word processing software such as MS Word automatically attaches identifying information (i.e., author’s name and institutional affiliation) to every file created or revised. Please remove any information that identifies you from the “Properties” area of the file. Authors must remove this information before submitting files to CJCCJ.

Manuscript Submission Process The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice publishes regular articles, research notes, commentary, and book reviews.

CJCCJ accepts articles written in either English or French. The abstracts of articles are published in both English and French. Abstracts that are submitted in only one language will be translated by CJCCJ.

All articles must be the author’s original work, previously unpublished, and not being reviewed for publication with another journal.

The manuscript review process requires a substantial commitment of time by the JOURNAL’s editorial staff and reviewers. Submitting a manuscript to the CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE implies authors' commitment to publish in the JOURNAL. Authors must certify in writing that neither the article submitted nor a version of it has been published, nor is publicly available online, nor is being considered for publication elsewhere, nor will be submitted elsewhere for consideration for publication while the manuscript is under review by the JOURNAL. Such certification must accompany the manuscript. Authors thereby agree to transfer their copyright to the publisher of the JOURNAL.





Articles will be evaluated upon submission. Based on this evaluation, you will receive one of the following responses: accepted as is, accepted conditional on minor revisions, rejected with an invitation to make major revisions and resubmit, or rejected.

Upon initial submission, all supporting files including figures and illustrations, tables, and images must be submitted within the main file. They are to be placed where you would have them appear in a published version of the article. Only once the article is accepted for publication will you be required to resubmit supporting images as supplementary files.

Review the manuscript to make sure it is clear and concise with correct spelling. CJCCJ discourages the use of italics and quotation marks for emphasis. Please use short and meaningful subheadings to break up long sections of text.

Manuscript Requirements Regular articles should be 5,000 – 7,500 words, exclusive of tables, figures, and references.

Research notes and commentary are normally considerably shorter than regular articles, not Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Submission Guidelines Page 3 exceeding 4,000 words. A research note reports on empirical results with less attention than a regular article to theoretical framing and implications. Commentary expresses the views of the author(s), supported by scholarly argument and/or scientific evidence, on a topic falling within the editorial mandate of CJCCJ. Commentary includes comments on articles previously published in CJCCJ and comments on issues in Canadian criminal justice.

Manuscripts should be submitted as files prepared in MS Word. WordPerfect or plain text files are also accepted. The manuscript should be formatted for 8½ x 11” (21.5 x 28 cm) paper, double spaced, with 1” (2.54 cm) margins on both sides of the page.

Electronic submission as an attachment via e-mail to ccja-acjp@rogers.com is preferred.

Manuscripts may also be submitted by regular mail. Enclose one hard copy of the document and a diskette containing the files, to Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1750 Courtwood Crescent, #308, Ottawa, ON K2C 2B5. The author should also keep a copy to guard against loss.

CJCCJ will acknowledge receipt of the manuscript and eventually communicate the decision of the Editorial Committee. No manuscript will be returned to the author once the process of assessment has been started.

References All references should be listed alphabetically by author’s name in an appendix at the end of the manuscript.

All source references are to be identified at the appropriate point in the text by the last name of the author, year of publication, and pagination where needed. Identify subsequent citations of the same source in the same way as the first.

In-text citations should follow the following format:

If the author’s name is in the text, follow it with the year in parentheses.

 Duncan (1959) If author’s name is not in the text, insert in parentheses the last name and year.

 (Gouldner 1963) Pagination follows year of publication after a colon and a space.

 Kuhn (1970: 71) Give both last names for dual authors. Give all last names on first citation in text for more than two authors; thereafter use “et al.” in the text. When two authors have the same last name, include initials in the text. For institutional authorship, supply minimum identification from the beginning of the complete citation.

 (U.S. Bureau of the Census 1963: 117) Separate a series of references with semicolons and enclose them within a single pair of parentheses.

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Submission Guidelines Page 4  (Burgess 1968; Marwell et al. 1971: 386-87; Cohen 1962) If there is more than one reference to the same author and year, distinguish them by the letters a, b, etc., added to the year.

 Levy (1965a: 331) In the appendix: List all items alphabetically by author and year of publication in an appendix titled “References.” The References appendix must include all references in the text and must not include any items not cited in the text. The use of “et al.” is not acceptable in the References appendix; list names of all authors using full first names (except for authors who always publish using only their initials).

For journal style as to the capitalization/non-capitalization of titles, please follow the examples below. Titles of books and journals are not printed in italics, so there should not be underlining.

Give publisher’s name in as brief a form as is fully intelligible. For example, John A. Wiley and Sons should be “Wiley.” If the cited material is unpublished but accepted for publication, use “forthcoming” with name of journal or publisher; otherwise use “unpublished.”

The following examples of reference list entries may prove useful:

Books:

Faris, Robert E.L. and Warren Dunham 1939 Mental Disorder in Urban Areas. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Frazier, E. Franklin 1932 The Negro in the United States. New York: Macmillan.

Periodicals:

Bursik, Robert J., Jr. and Jim Webb 1982 Community change and patterns of delinquency. American Journal of Sociology 88: 24-42.

Erickson, Maynard L.

1971 The group context of delinquent behaviour. Social Problems 19: 114-29.

Collections:

Hayner, Norman S.

1942 Five cities of the Pacific Northwest. In Juvenile Delinquency and Urban Areas, ed. Clifford Shaw and Henry McKay. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Gove, Walter R.

1985 The effect of age and gender on deviant behaviour: A biopsychological perspective. In Gender and the Life Course, ed. Alice Rossi. New York: Aldine.

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice Submission Guidelines Page 5

Cited Legislation and Cited Cases:

Cited legislation and cited cases (jurisprudence) should be listed in two separate appendices, following the References appendix. These should conform to the style of the McGill Guide.

Footnotes and Endnotes Acknowledgements should be put in an endnote with the reference number attached to the title of the article, on the cover page, in the file containing identifying information.

All other notes should be in the form of endnotes. The footnotes and endnotes should be prepared using the Footnote function of Word (i.e., not created manually), and should be numbered consecutively throughout the article with superscript Arabic numerals.



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