July 30, 2001
Journal of Criminal Justice and
Popular Culture, http://www.albany.edu/scj/jcjpc/
This online journal, published by
the School of Criminal Justice, University at Albany, contains articles in four
review essays, which examine cultural artifacts (films,
music, plays, television, newspapers, painting, architecture, computers) or
academic expositions (books and articles) on the intersection of crime,
criminal justice, and popular culture
manuscripts of original research
commentary and opinions
special features, including interviews, fiction, scripts,
screen plays, and animation.
Recent issues have included works on
- Gangsta Misogyny: A Content Analysis of the
Portrayals of Violence against Women in Rap Music, 1987-1993, by Edward G.
- Review of Psycho Paths: Tracking the Serial
Killer through Contemporary American Film and Fiction, by Karen Beckman
- Martial Arts Films and the Action-Cop Genre:
Ideology, Violence and Spectatorship, by Robert Carl Schehr
Articles are presented in both HTML and Adobe
Acrobat PDF formats.
Suggested by Mary Whisner.