Sociology and Criminology-Open Access

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2375-4435


Sociology and Criminology-Open Access : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Sociology and Criminology-Open Access have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Sociology and Criminology-Open Access has got h-index 7, which means every article in Sociology and Criminology-Open Access has got 7 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Sociology and Criminology-Open Access.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

62 6 5 17 19 27

Year wise citations received

71 50 50 28 24 11
Journal total citations count 280
Journal impact factor 2.32
Journal 5 years impact factor 2.15
Journal cite score 3.15
Journal h-index 7
Journal h-index since 2017 7
Important citations

Paul s. income inequality and individual health status: evidence from india. journal of quantitative economics. 2021 jun;19(2):269-89.

Quinn l, clare j. the influence of changing reward of electronic consumer goods on burglary and theft offences in western market-based countries in the years prior to and during the crime drop. crime science. 2021 dec;10(1):1-4.

Mushtaq m, khalil a, farooq a, saeed a. relative deprivation and robbery: a study of convicted inmates in southern punjab, pakistan. journal of the research society of pakistan. 2018 jun 1;55(1).

wang x, xu yc, lu t, zhang c. why do borrowers default on online loans? an inquiry of their psychology mechanism. internet research. 2020 apr 6.

Blesse s, diegmann a. police reorganization and crime: evidence from police station closures. zew-centre for european economic research discussion paper. 2018 oct 1(18-044).

Castro rm. direito, econometria e estatística.

Ghosh pk, hoover ga, liu z. do state minimum wages affect the incarceration rate?. southern economic journal. 2020 jan;86(3):845-72.

Wijeysingha v. reconsidering the aotearoa new zealand criminal justice policy model. part. 2019;1:11.

Bhorat h, van der zee k, thornton a. crime and inequality in south africa: non-linear outcomes under extreme inequality.

Reinecke j. inequality. the encyclopedia of juvenile delinquency and justice. 2017 oct 27:1-4.

Mazorodze bt. youth unemployment and murder crimes in kwazulu-natal, south africa. cogent economics & finance. 2020 jan 1;8(1):1799480.

Pierdzioch c, gupta r, hassani h, silva es. forecasting changes of economic inequality: a boosting approach. the social science journal. 2020 feb 16:1-7.

Okpokwasili bc. income inequality: impact of inequality measures on crimes an analysis of the state of new jersey. international journal of business and social research. 2016;6(4):12-27.

Debnath a, das s. relationship between crime and economic affluence in india: an empirical study from 1982 to 2013. journal of criminological research, policy and practice. 2017 mar 13.

De courson b, nettle d. why do inequality and deprivation produce high crime and low trust?. scientific reports. 2021 jan 21;11(1):1-1.

Yapp e, pickett ke. greater income inequality is associated with higher rates of intimate partner violence in latin america. public health. 2019 oct 1;175:87-9.

Basu roy s, ghosh dastidar s. why do men rape? understanding the determinants of rapes in india. third world quarterly. 2018 aug 3;39(8):1435-57.

Sánchez-rodríguez Á, rodríguez-bailón r, willis gb. economic inequality affects perceived normative values. group processes & intergroup relations. 2020 nov 17:1368430220968141.

Elleman lg, condon dm, holtzman ns, allen vr, revelle w. smaller is better: associations between personality and demographics are improved by examining narrower traits and regions. collabra: psychology. 2020 jan 1;6(1).

Sánchez rodríguez Á, jetten j, willis sánchez gb, rodríguez bailón rm. high economic inequality makes us feel less wealthy.

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