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Walters, Reece (2018). Green Criminologies. In: Carlen, P and Franca, L.A. eds. Alternative Criminologies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 165–181.


Drake, Deborah and Walters, Reece (2017). Deviant Knowledge. In: Brisman, Avi; Carrabine, Eamon and South, Nigel eds. The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 94–110. file


Drake, Deborah and Walters, Reece (2015). ‘Crossing the line’: Criminological expertise, policy advice and the ‘quarrelling society’. Critical Social Policy, 35(3) pp. 414–433. file


Walters, Reece (2010). Eco Crime and Genetically Modified Food. London: Routledge.

Walters, Reece (2010). Eco-crime and air pollution. In: Brookman, Fiona; Maguire, Mike; Pierpoint, Harriet and Bennett, Trevor eds. Handbook on Crime. Uffculme, Devon: Willan Publishing, pp. 867–883.


Walters, Reece (2009). Bhopal, corporate crime and harms of the powerful. Global Social Policy, 9(3) pp. 324–327.

Mehigan, James; Walters, Reece and Westmarland, Louise (2009). Justice, globalisation and human rights. In: Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise eds. Criminal justice: Local and global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Hudson, Barbara and Walters, Reece (2009). Introduction - criminology and the war on terror. The British Journal of Criminology, 49(5) pp. 603–608.

Walters, Reece (2009). Crime is in the air - air pollution and regulation in the UK. CCJS, Kings College, London.

Walters, Reece (2009). Eco-crime. In: Muncie, John; Walters, Reece and Talbot, Deborah eds. Crime: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece (2009). Interrogating crime. In: Muncie, John; Walters, Reece and Talbot, Deborah eds. Crime: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece eds. (2009). Crime: Local and global. Uffculme: Willan Publishing.


Walters, Reece (2008). Government crime policy and moral contamination. Criminal Justice Matters, 72(1) pp. 65–71.

Hope, Tim and Walters, Reece (2008). Critical Thinking About the Uses of Research. Evidence Based Research. London, UK: Centre For Crime and Justice Studies.

Walters, Reece (2008). Beyond Criminology. Taking Harm Seriously. Journal of Social Policy, 37(1) pp. 159–160.


Walters, Reece (2007). Food crime, regulation and the Biotech harvest. European Journal of Criminology, 4(2) pp. 217–235.

Walters, Reece and Woodward, Rona (2007). Punishing 'Poor Parents': 'Respect', 'Responsibility' and Parenting Orders in Scotland. Youth Justice, 7(1) pp. 5–20.

Walters, Reece (2007). Embedded Criminology. In: Brannigan, A. and Pavlich, G. eds. Governance and Regulation in Social Life: Essays in Honour of W.G. Carson. London, UK: Routledge Cavendish.

Walters, Reece (2007). Crime, regulation and radioactive waste in the United Kingdom. In: Bierne, Piers and South, Nigel eds. Issues in green criminology – Confronting harms against environments, humanity and other animals. Devon, UK: Willan, pp. 186–205.

Walters, Reece (2007). Politics, economy and environmental crime. Criminal Justice Matters, 70(1) pp. 27–28.


Walters, Reece (2006). Critical criminology and the intensification of the authoritarian state. In: Barton, Alana; Corteen, Karen; Scott, David and Whyte, Dave eds. Expanding the Criminological Imagination: Critical Readings in Criminology. Devon, UK: Willan.

Walters, Reece (2006). Criminology and genetically modified food. In: South, Nigel and Bierne, Piers eds. Green Criminology. UK: Ashgate, pp. 247–264.

Bradley, Trevor; Taura, Juan and Walters, Reece (2006). Demythologising youth justice in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In: Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. Comparative Youth Justice. UK: Sage, pp. 79–95.

Walters, Reece (2006). Crime, Bio-Agriculture and the Exploitation of Hunger. British Journal of Criminology, 46(1) pp. 26–45.

Piacentini, Laura and Walters, Reece (2006). The politicization of youth crime in Scotland and the rise of the 'Burberry Court'. Youth Justice, 6(1) pp. 43–60.

Walters, Reece (2006). Boycott, resistance and the role of the deviant voice. Criminal Justice Matters, 62(1) pp. 6–7.

Barnsdale, Lee; MacRae, Rhoda; McIvor, Gill; Brown, Alison; Eley, Susan; Malloch, Margaret; Murray, Cathy; Popham, Frank; Piacentini, Laura and Walters, Reece (2006). Evaluation of the Airdrie Sheriff Youth Court Pilot. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.


Walters, Reece and Fergusson, Iain (2005). Assault on Asylum: media, government and the misinformation campaign. Criminal Justice Matters, 59(1) pp. 12–14.

Popham, Frank; McIvor, Gill; Brown, Alison; Eley, Susan; Malloch, Margaret; Murray, Cathy; Piacentini, Laura and Walters, Reece (2005). Evaluation of the Hamilton Youth Court Pilot 2003-2005. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.


Walters, Reece (2004). Criminology and genetically modified food. British Journal of Criminology, 44(2) pp. 151–167.


Walters, Reece (2003). Deviant Knowledge - Criminology, Politics and Policy. Cullompton, UK: Willan.

Walters, Reece (2003). New modes of governance and the commodification of criminological knowledge. Social and Legal Studies, 12(1) pp. 5–26.

Walters, Reece (2003). Can sociologists do critical research. In: Pavlich, George and Hird, Myra eds. Sociology for the Asking: An Introduction to Sociology for New Zealand. UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 221–231.


Walters, Reece (2001). Social defence and international reconstructon: illustrating the governance of post-war criminological discourse. Theoretical Criminology, 5(2) pp. 203–221.

Walters, Reece and Zwaga, Wiebe (2001). The Younger Audience: Children and Broadcasting in New Zealand. Palmerston North, N.Z: Dunmore Press.

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