Focus (1): Political and Religious Extremism and Sexual Aggression – New Perspectives from the Workshop on Aggression 2018
Focus (2): What do we know about radicalization? Key findings, challenges, and policy recommendations
Focus (1): Political and Religious Extremism and Sexual Aggression
Focus (2): What do we know about radicalization?
The IJCV provides a forum for scientific exchange and public dissemination of up-to-date scientific knowledge on conflict and violence. The IJCV is independent, peer reviewed, open access, and included in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) as well as other relevant databases (e.g., SCOPUS, EBSCO, ProQuest, DNB).
The topics on which we concentrate—conflict and violence—have always been central to various disciplines. Consequently, the journal encompasses contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including criminology, economics, education, ethnology, history, political science, psychology, social anthropology, sociology, the study of religions, and urban studies.
Starting from 2017, the publication format of IJCV has been changed to reap the benefits of an online publication more fully. Thus, there are no more "issues" (as with a print journal), but instead each volume now has one or more guest-edited focus sections. The planned topics for focus sections are announced in advance on this website and in calls for papers.
In the focus sections, it is up to the respective guest editors whether articles are published simultaneously or also individually as soon as they are ready. All articles are identified by an article number and a DOI, and there will be article-wise pagination.
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