International Criminology Association


Call for Chapters: Crime & Media

Posted by Liam Leonard PhD on July 13, 2021 at 6:40 PM

Call for Chapters: "Cases on Crimes, Investigations, and Media Coverage" - This book will examine case studies in major crimes and the media coverage which followed. As crime continues to be a fascination of the current age, this book will examine key cases which caught the public's attention through media coverage. As Senior Editor of the Advances in Criminology Book Series with IGI-Global, I would like to offer you the opportunity to publish your research internationally with this internationally acclaimed series. We are looking for case studies on key crimes and the subsequent media coverage of those crimes, including films, television, social media and podcasts. If you have an interest in contributing to this project, please send me a brief abstract outlining the title for your chapter and an overview of your case. Abstract submission date August 10th 2021. There are more details on the series below. Regards, Liam Leonard Series Editor. Series Link: ;

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9:12 PM on July 14, 2022 
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