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Wood, J. Carter (2004). Violence and Crime in Nineteenth Century England: The Shadow of our Refinement. Routledge Studies in Modern British History, 1. London, UK: Routledge.

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Wood, J. Carter (2011). "Going mad is their only way of staying sane": Norbert Elias and the civilised violence of J. G. Ballard. In: Baxter, Jeannette and Wymer, Rowland eds. J. G. Ballard: Visions and Revisions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 198–214.

Wood, John (2011). Public opinion and the rhetoric of police powers in 1920s Britain. In: Bastien, Pascal; Fyson, Donald; Garneau, Jean-Philippe and Nootens, Thierry eds. Justice et Espaces Publics en Occident de l'Antiquité à nos Jours. Québec: Presses de l'Université du Québec, pp. 327–336.

Wood, J. Carter (2009). 'Mrs. Pace' and the ambiguous language of victimization. In: Dresdner, Lisa and Peterson, Laurel S. eds. (Re)Interpretations: the Shapes of Justice in Women's Experience. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 79–94.

Wood, John Carter (2007). Conceptualizing cultures of violence and cultural change. In: Carroll, Stuart ed. Cultures of Violence: Interpersonal Violence in Historical Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan.

Wood, J. Carter (2007). Locating violence: the spatial production and construction of physical aggression. In: Watson, Katherine D. ed. Assaulting the Past: Violence and Civilization in Historical Context. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 20–37.

Wood, J.Carter (2005). The process of civilization (and its discontents): violence, narrative and history. In: Wiemann, Dirk; Stopinska, Agata; Bartels, Anke and Angermüller, Johannes eds. Discourses of Violence - Violence of Discourses: Critical Interventions, Transgressive Readings, and Post-National Negotiations. Transpects: Transdisciplinary Perspectives of the Social Sciences and Humanities (1). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Wood, John Carter (2003). It's a Small World After All?: Reflections on Violence in Comparative Perspectives. In: Godfrey, Barry; Emsley, Clive and Dunstall, Graeme eds. Comparative Histories of Crime. UK: Willan Publishing, pp. 36–52.

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Müller-Wood, Anja and Wood, John Carter (2010). How is culture biological? Violence: real and imagined. Politics and Culture(2)

Wood, John Carter (2010). Reading spaces and reading violence in nineteenth-century Britain. Journal for the Study of British Cultures, 17(2) pp. 133–143.


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