Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance (SCLD) publishes scholarly work in the areas of the sociology of deviance, criminology and criminal justice, and sociology of law.
The series is not confined in terms of the theoretical perspectives, methodological orientations, and research topics that are addressed. Each annual volume is organized around a specific theme and includes a variety of chapters by authors showcasing their recent work.
Prior volumes in the series have addressed a variety of issues, ranging from the organisation of the legal professions to ethnographies of law, the criminology of terrorism, surveillance, and restorative justice. Prospective volume editors are welcome to contact the series editor to discuss ideas for future volumes.
Chenelle A. Jones, Renita L. Seabrook, (2017), The New Jane Crow: Mass Incarceration and the Denied Maternity of Black Women, in Mathieu Deflem (ed.) Race, Ethnicity and Law
As well as being available to buy in individual print and ebooks, all research in this series is available via Emerald Insight. Explore Sociology of Crime Law and Deviance on Emerald Insight
Professor Mathieu Deflem
University of South Carolina, USA