The Longest Year
The Future of Crime Harm and Justice in the Shadow of 2020/21
This editorial is an introduction to the first special issue of the Journal of Contemporary Crime, Harm and Ethics. The aim of this issue is to draw together a range of perspectives on 2020 as ‘the longest year’ and its implications for the future of crime, harm and justice. The collection of papers, essays and interviews incorporate empirical data, theoretical analysis, and speculative horizon-scanning to outline the current position and future directions for crime, harm and ethics.
How to Cite
Raymen, T., Lloyd, A. ., Kuldova, T., & Smith, O. (2021). The Longest Year: The Future of Crime Harm and Justice in the Shadow of 2020/21. Journal of Contemporary Crime, Harm, and Ethics, 1(1), i-vi. https://doi.org/10.19164/jcche.v1i1.1176
Copyright (c) 2021 Thomas Raymen; Anthony Lloyd, Tereza Kuldova, Oliver Smith
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