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Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture
The Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture is an on-line peer-reviewed academic journal highlighting research that focuses on the intersection of criminal justice and popular culture. Contributions to the journal explore how various forms of popular media (television, books, movies, comic books, music, etc.) interpret and communicate criminal justice themes and influence public perceptions of criminal justice ideology. The journal is dedicated to multidisciplinary research, so the articles cover a wide variety of topics focusing on the popular mediation of crime and criminal justice.
Wesleyan Graduate Review
The Wesleyan Graduate Review, which has been published since the spring of 1997, is an international journal in which faculty and graduate students pose and solve interesting educational questions using a multidisciplinary approach. It features articles by professionals in the field of education as well as graduate students.