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Number of items: 26.

2020

Ricciardelli, Rosemary; Phoenix, Jo and Gacek, James (2020). 'It's Complicated': Canadian Correctional Officer Recruits’ Interpretations of Issues Relating to the Presence of Transgender Prisoner. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice (Early Access).

2019

Phoenix, Joanna (2019). [Book Review] Youth, Community and the Struggle for Social Justice. By Tim Goddard and Randy Myers. (Routledge, 2018, 212 pp. £78.70 hb/£39.20 pb). ISBN: 978-1-315-45621-8. The British Journal of Criminology, 59(6) pp. 1520–1522.

Phoenix, Jo (2019). Child sexual exploitation, discourse analysis and why we still need to talk about prostitution. In: Pearce, Jenny ed. Child Sexual Exploitation: Why Theory Matters. Bristol: The Policy Press, (In Press).

Phoenix, Jo (2019). Youth in transition or young people in the community? Alternative conceptions of the relevance of age in shaping responses to young people in trouble with the law. In: Carlen, Pat and Ayres Franca, Leandro eds. Justice Alternatives. Routledge.

2018

Phoenix, Jo (2018). We Need To Talk About Youth Prostitution: A story about the demise of youth prostitution in England and Wales. In: Dewey, Susan; Crowhurst, Isabel and Izugbara, Chimaraoke eds. Routledge International Handbook of Sex Industry Research. Routledge International Handbooks. New York: Routledge, pp. 230–241.

Phoenix, Jo (2018). A commentary: Response to Weitzer ‘Resistance to sex work stigma’. Sexualities, 21(5-6) pp. 740–742.

Cooper, Vickie and Phoenix, Jo eds. (2018). Criminological Theories and Concepts: Book 1. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Cooper, Vickie and Phoenix, Jo eds. (2018). Criminological Theories and Concepts: Book 2. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Phoenix, Jo (2018). Understanding criminological theories. In: Cooper, Vickie and Phoenix, Jo eds. Criminological Theories and Concepts: Book 1. The Open University, pp. 9–31.

Phoenix, Jo (2018). Crime and the social environment. In: Cooper, Vickie and Phoenix, Jo eds. Criminological Theories and Concepts: Book 1. The Open University, pp. 69–102.

Phoenix, Jo (2018). Critical criminology: crime, criminalisation and structural conflict. In: Cooper, Vickie and Phoenix, Jo eds. Criminological Theories and Concepts: Book 2. The Open University, pp. 177–205.

Phoenix, Jo (2018). A Child-Friendly Youth Justice? In: Child-Friendly Youth Justice (Bateman, Tim; Goodfellow, Pippa; Little, Ross and Wigzell, Ali eds.), National Association of Youth Justice, London, pp. 15–19. file

2017

Phoenix, Jo (2017). The politics of sexuality: Alternative visions of sex and social change. In: Carlen, Pat and Ayres França, Leandro eds. Alternative Criminologies. London: Routledge, pp. 135–149.

Carlen, Pat and Phoenix, Jo (2017). Alternative criminologies, academic markets and corporatism in universities. In: Carlen, Pat and Ayres França, Leandro eds. Alternative Criminologies. London: Routledge, pp. 452–471.

Phoenix, Jo (2017). Prostitution and sex work. In: Leibling, Alison; Maruna, Shadd and McAra, Lesley eds. The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (6th Edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 685–703.

Calder, Mark D.; MacDonald, Robert; Mikhael, Drew; Murphy, Emma C. and Phoenix, Jo (2017). Marginalisation, Young People in the South and East Mediterranean and Policy: An Analysis of Young People's Experiences of Marginalisation Across Sex SEM Countries and Guidelines for Policy Makers. European Commission. file

2016

Armitage, Vici; Kelly, Laura and Phoenix, Jo (2016). Janus-Faced Youth Justice Work and the Transformation of Accountability. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice, 55(4) pp. 478–495. file

Phoenix, Jo (2016). Against Youth Justice and Youth Governance, for Youth Penality. The British Journal of Criminology, 56(1) pp. 123–140. file

2013

Phoenix, Jo and Kelly, Laura (2013). ‘You Have to do it for Yourself’: Responsibilization in Youth Justice and Young People’s Situated Knowledge of Youth Justice Practice. British Journal of Criminology, 53(3) pp. 419–437.

2011

Phoenix, Jo (2011). In search of a youth justice pedagogy? A commentary. Journal of Children's Services, 6(2) pp. 125–133.

2010

Phoenix, Jo (2010). Pre-sentence reports, magisterial discourse and agency in the Youth Courts in England and Wales. Punishment & Society, 12(3) pp. 348–366.

2009

Phoenix, Jo ed. (2009). Regulating Sex for Sale: Prostitution Policy Reform in the UK. Bristol: Policy Press.

2006

Phoenix, Joanna (2006). Regulating prostitution: controlling women's lives. In: Heidensohn, Frances ed. Gender and Justice: New concepts and approaches. Willan Publishing, pp. 76–95.

2005

Phoenix, Joanna and Oerton, Sarah (2005). Illicit and Illegal: Sex, regulation and social control. Willan Publishing.

1999

Phoenix, Joanna (1999). Making Sense of Prostitution. Palgrave.

1997

Phoenix, Jo (1997). [Book Reviews] 'Compelled to Crime: the gender entrapment of battered black women' and 'Voices from within: women who have broken the law'. British Journal of Criminology, 37(3) pp. 471–473.

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