UNISA launches the Southern African Journal of Security

Issue 6 2021 Editor's Choice

The University of South Africa (UNISA), is launching a new in-house online journal titled Southern African Journal of Security, managed by Unisa Press. The journal’s editor-in-chief will be Prof Doraval Govender, currently the professor for the university’s Security Management Programme in the Department of Criminology and Security Science.

The University of South Africa (UNISA), is launching a new in-house online journal titled Southern African Journal of Security, managed by Unisa Press. The journal’s editor-in-chief will be Prof Doraval Govender, currently the professor for the university’s Security Management Programme in the Department of Criminology and Security Science.

The journal will publish peer reviewed articles and papers that report on and analyse the latest research and innovation in the field of security studies. It seeks to address broader societal issues of importance to law, safety and security of citizens and criminal justice-related topics. It pursues articles that define and reflect the various aspects of security and encourages researchers to generate innovative contributions to the knowledge economy in a scientific way.

The publication will also publish reviews and commentaries on significant books or current issues and cover informative aspects like editorials, topical reviews, book reviews and scholarly correspondence.

Prof Govender is inviting interested parties to submit articles for publication. The articles should be between 6000 and 8000 words (not exceeding 8000 words from the first word in the title to the last word in the list of references). Articles should be submitted online and papers will follow a double-blind peer-review process.

Find out more at www.upjournals.co.za/index.php/sajs




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