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Eleven, an imprint of the Dutch publishing house Koninklijke Boom uitgevers, is the most recent publishing group to join our network, bringing high-quality scholarship in the fields of justice and political science to ScienceOpen.
On 1 January 2010, Koninklijke Boom uitgevers (founded in 1841) acquired Eleven International Publishing, now named Eleven. Eleven’s mission is to continue to build and establish long-term author and customer relationships by offering high-quality, sustainable information services. Eleven publishes a wide range of products, including books, journals, and digital products.
Join us in welcoming Eleven to ScienceOpen.
We welcome two of Eleven’s journals
Articles from the International Journal of Restorative Justice and Politics of the Low Countries will be featured in the Eleven Super Collection, enriching our network of 85 million publications and adding new scholarly disciplines on ScienceOpen.
“Eleven strives to provide high-quality scholarly research to our readers in an accessible and professional way. We are looking forward to working with the team of ScienceOpen and bringing our journals to a wider audience.”
The International Journal of Restorative Justice aims to contribute to the development of restorative justice by discussing its diverse, challenging, and innovative facets, as well as to encourage fruitful discussions and debates. TIJRJ features articles about restorative justice and appeals to academics and researchers, to practitioners and policymakers, and to those who want to keep up to date with the rapid changes in the field of restorative justice.
In the TIJRJ collection, scholars can get access to engaging publications covering original and current research on theoretical, practice and policy developments in topics of Restorative Justice. Discover the journal through some titles highlighted by the journal editors below:
- Transforming Restorative Justice by Jennifer Llewellyn (winner of the 2022 Best Academic Article on Restorative Justice Prize)
- Using Restorative Justice to Rethink the Temporality of transition in Chile by Marit de Haan and Tine Destrooper (winner of the 2021 Best Academic Article on Restorative Justice Prize)
- Restitution and return of cultural property between negotiation and restorative justice: time to bridge the river by Arianna Visconti
- How can the victim-offender mediation process contribute to a lower risk of reoffending? A synthesis literature review by Jiska Jonas-van Dijk, Sven Zebel, Jacques Classen et al.
Politics of the Low Countries is the another journal published by Eleven, which provides scientific? insights in Belgian and Dutch politics. It is the official journal of the Flemish (VPW), Francophone (ABSP) and Luxembourg (LuxPol) political science associations in cooperation with the Dutch Political Science Association (NKWP). The journal has a comprehensive scope, embracing all the major political developments in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
PLC publishes research articles from a wide variety of methodological perspectives and on a broad range of topics such as political behavior, political parties, political communication, parliamentary studies, public administration, political philosophy and even EU- and international politics.
- Assessing Basic Income Feasibility Political Parties’ Positions on the French-Speaking Belgian Scene by Floriane Geels
- ’Where Is The Structure?’ The Ecological Foundations of Voters’ Consistency by PhD by Marta Gallina (UCLouvain)
- Unpacking Migrant Political Integration by Stefano Camatarri and Pierre Baudewyns
- Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Reduce Attention to Environmental Issues? By Sari Verarchtert, Dieter Stiers and Marc Hooghe
- Amending and Extending Referendum Ballots by Charlotte Wagenaar
Content from both journals, as well as other Eleven-related scholarship, will now be indexed in the form of an interactive collection, where ScienceOpen users and scholars can gain quick access to the scholarship and take advantage of our extensive discovery and promotion services.
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