Social Crime, Policing and Gender Discrimination in Developing Countries
Submission Deadline: Aug. 30, 2017
Lead Guest Editor
Department of Criminology and Police Science, Faculty of Life Science, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University,
Tangail, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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Social crime and policing are the hit topics in criminology and social networking. Policing is the regulatory way in order to prvevent different crimes in the society. In addition, boys versus girls discrimination in families and societies are in galore using nationally and internationally in the world, especially in the developing countries. Papers in the areas linking these issues are considerable in this section.
Aims and scopes: Policing in Developing Countries Social Crime Gender Biasness in Workplaces, Schools, Colleges and Also Within The Family Psychology Social Inequalities Domestic Violence Crime in The Society Crime Against Humanity Crime Against The State Etc.