The British Journal of Community Justice is a peer reviewed journal with three issues per annual volume, published jointly by De Montfort and Sheffield Hallam University. The journal articulates, interrogates and debates research, theory, policy and practice and their interrelationships in the new domain of Community Justice and contains articles by practitioners, policy makers and academics conveying the latest in thinking and findings in this fast growing arena. Book reviews accessing all that is new and relevant in the field of Community Justice. Community Justice files: latest news, reports and information exchange on what is happening in the field. The journal is now in its seventh volume of publication.
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- Political ethics
- Legal/rights ethics
- Methods of ethics
- Philosophical ethics
- Community ethics