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Book

Annetts, Jason; Law, Alex; McNeish, Wallace and Mooney, Gerry (2009). Understanding social welfare movements. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Boukli, Avi (Paraskevi) and Kotze, Justin (2018). Zemiology: reconnecting crime and social harm. London: Palgrave (forthcoming).

Canning, Victoria (2017). Gendered Harm and Structural Violence in the British Asylum System. Routledge Studies in Criminal Justice, Borders and Citizenship. London: Routledge. file

Clarke, John; Newman, Janet; Smith, Nick; Vidler, Elizabeth and Westmarland, Louise (2007). Creating citizen-consumers: Changing Publics and changing public services. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Crone, Rosalind (2012). Violent Victorians: Popular entertainment in nineteenth-century London. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Dorling, Danny; Gordon, Dave; Hillyard, Paddy; Pantazis, Christina; Pemberton, Simon and Tombs, Steve (2008). Criminal Obsessions: Why Harm Matters More Than Crime (2nd ed.). Harm and Society. London: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.

Dorn , Nicholas; Murji, Karim and South , Nigel (1992). Traffickers: Drug Markets and Law Enforcement. London: Routledge.

Drake, Deborah (2012). Prisons, Punishment and the Pursuit of Security. Critical Criminological Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Earle, Rod (2016). Convict Criminology - Inside and Out. New Horizons in Criminology. UK: Policy Press.

Emsley, Clive (2013). Soldier, Sailor, Beggarman, Thief: Crime and the British Armed Services since 1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (2011). Crime and Society in Twentieth-Century England. Harlow: Longman/Pearson.

Emsley, Clive (2009). The Great British Bobby: A History of British Policing from the 18th Century to the Present. London: Quercus.

Emsley, Clive (2007). Crime, police and penal policy: European experiences 1750-1940. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (2005). Hard Men: Violence in England since 1750. London, UK: Hambledon Press.

Emsley, Clive (2004). Crime and Society in England, 1750-1900. 3rd edition. Themes in British Social History. Harlow, UK: Pearson Longman.

Emsley, Clive (2003). Napoleon: Conquest, Reform and Reorganisation. UK: Longman.

Emsley, Clive (2000). Britain and the French Revolution. UK: Longman.

Emsley, Clive (1999). Gendarmes and the State in Nineteenth-Century Europe. UK: Oxford University Press.

Emsley, Clive (1991). The English Police: A Political and Social History. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Ferguson, Iain; Lavalette, Michael and Mooney, Gerry (2002). Rethinking Welfare: A Critical Perspective. UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Fergusson, Ross (2016). Young people, welfare and crime: governing non-participation. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. file

Godfrey, Barry and Lawrence, Paul (2005). Crime and justice 1750-1950. Cullompton, Devon, UK: Willan Publishing.

Godfrey, Barry S.; Williams, Chris A. and Lawrence, Paul (2007). History and Crime. Key approaches to criminology. London, UK: Sage.

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

Lawrence, Paul (2005). Nationalism: history and theory. Pearson Longman.

Lawrence, Paul; Williams, Chris and Godfrey, Barry (2008). History and Crime. Key Approaches to Criminology. London: Sage.

Muncie, John (2009). Youth and crime. 3rd edition. London: Sage.

Muncie, John (2004). Youth and crime. 2nd edition. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Murji, Karim (1998). Policing Drugs. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2012). Bhopal: Flowers at the Altar of Profit and Power. North Somercotes: CrimeTalk Books.

Tombs, Steve (2015). Social Protection After the Crisis: regulation without enforcement. Bristol: Policy Press.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2016). La Empresa Criminal: Por qué las corporaciones deben ser abolidas. Barcelona: Icaria.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2015). The Corporate Criminal. Why Corporations Must Be Abolished. Key Ideas in Criminology. Abingdon: Routledge.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Regulatory Surrender: Death, Injury and the Non-Enforcement of Law. London: Institute of Employment Rights.

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

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

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

Westmarland, Louise (2011). Researching crime and justice: tales from the field. London: Routledge.

Westmarland, Louise (2001). Gender and policing: sex, power and police culture. Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing.

Williams, Chris A. (2014). Police Control Systems in Britain, 1775–1975: From Parish Constable to National Computer. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

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.

Wood, John Carter (2012). The Most Remarkable Woman in England: Poison, Celebrity and the Trials of Beatrice Pace. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Edited Book

Bessel, Richard and Emsley, Clive eds. (2000). Patterns of Provocation: Police and Public Disorder. UK: Berghahn Books.

Brown, Usha; Scott, Gill; Mooney, Gerry and Duncan, Bryony eds. (2002). Poverty in Scotland 2002: people, places and policies. London/Glasgow: Child Poverty Action Group in association with Scottish Poverty Information Unit.

Canning, Victoria ed. (2014). Sites of Confinement: Prisons, Punishment and Detention, Weston-Super-Mare. Weston-Super-Mare: The European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control.

Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. (2015). Investigating Psychology 2 (Volumes 1-3). Milton Keynes: Open University.

Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. (2009). State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd..

Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David eds. (2017). The Violence of Austerity. London: Pluto Press.

Croall, Hazel; Mooney, Gerry and Munro, Mary eds. (2015). Crime, Justice and Society in Scotland. London: Routledge.

Croall, Hazel; Mooney, Gerry and Munro, Mary eds. (2010). Criminal Justice in Scotland. Abingdon: Routledge/Willan.

Crone, Rosalind; Gange, David and Jones, Katy eds. (2007). New Perspectives in British Cultural History. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Crone, Rosalind; Halsey, Katie and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2010). The History of Reading. Routledge Literature Readers. London: Routledge.

Crone, Rosalind; Lawrence, Paul; Clark, Janet and Shpayer-Makov, Haia eds. (2014). Policing Entertainment. The Making of the Modern Police, 2 (4). Abingdon: Routledge.

Crone, Rosalind and Towheed, Shafquat eds. (2011). The History of Reading, Volume 3: Methods, Strategies, Tactics. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan .

Downes, Julia ed. (2012). Women Make Noise: Girl bands from Motown to modern. London: Supernova Books.

Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise eds. (2009). Criminal Justice: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing in association with the Open University.

Drake, Deborah H.; Earle, Rod and Sloan, Jennifer eds. (2015). The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography. Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan .

Emsley, Clive ed. (2011). Theories and Origins of the Modern Police. The History of Policing, 1. Farnham: Ashgate.

Emsley, Clive ed. (2005). The Persistent Prison: Problems, Images and Alternatives. London: Francis Boutle.

Emsley, Clive; Johnson, Eric and Spierenburg, Pieter eds. (2004). Social Control in Europe 1800-2000. Columbus, OH,: Ohio State University Press.

Emsley, Clive and Knafla, Louis A. eds. (1996). Crime Histories and Histories of Crime: Studies in the Historiography of Crime and Criminal Justice in Modern History. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

Godfrey, Barry; Emsley, Clive and Dunstall, Graeme eds. (2003). Comparative Histories of Crime. UK: Willan Publishing.

Godfrey, Barry and Lawrence, Paul eds. (2014). Crime and Justice since 1750 (2nd ed). Abingdon: Routledge.

Goldson, Barry and Muncie, John eds. (2006). Youth crime and justice. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Lavalette, Michael and Mooney, Gerry eds. (2000). Class Struggle and Social Welfare. London, UK: Routledge.

Lawrence, Paul ed. (2014). Policing the Poor. The Making of the Modern Police, 3. London: Pickering & Chatto.

Lawrence, Paul ed. (2011). The New Police in the Nineteenth Century. The History of Police, 2. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate.

Marvakis, Athanasios; Motzkau, Johanna; Painter, Desmond; Ruto-Korir, Rose; Sullivan, Gavin; Triliva, Sofia and Wieser, Martin eds. (2013). Doing Psychology under New Conditions: Proceedings of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology Conference 2011. Toronto, Canada: Captus Press.

Marwick, Arthur; Emsley, Clive and Simpson, Wendy eds. (2001). Total War and Historical Change: Europe 1914-1955. Buckinghamshire: Open University Press.

McKendrick, John; Mooney, Gerry; Dickie, John and Kelly, Peter eds. (2011). Poverty in Scotland 2011: Towards a More Equal Scotland? Poverty in Scotland. London: Child Poverty Action Group.

McKendrick, John H.; Mooney, Gerry; Dickie, John and Kelly, Peter eds. (2007). Poverty in Scotland 2007. London, UK: Child Poverty Action Group.

McKendrick, John H.; Mooney, Gerry; Dickie, John; Scott, Gill and Kelly, Peter eds. (2014). Poverty in Scotland 2014: The Independence Referendum and Beyond. Poverty in Scotland. London: Child Poverty Action Group.

McLaughlin, Eugene; Muncie, John and Hughes, Gordon eds. (2002). Criminological perspectives: essential readings. 2nd edition. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Mooney, Gerry ed. (2004). Work: Personal lives and social policy. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Mooney, Gerry and Law, Alex eds. (2007). New Labour/hard labour?: Restructuring and resistance inside the welfare industry. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Mooney, Gerry; McKendrick, John; Scott, Gill; Dickie, Peter and McHardy, Fiona eds. (2016). Poverty in Scotland 2016: Tools for Transformation. Poverty in Scotland. London: Child Poverty Action Group.

Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah eds. (2009). Community: Welfare, Crime and Society. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill eds. (2012). Social justice and social policy in Scotland. Bristol: Policy Press.

Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill eds. (2005). Exploring social policy in the ‘New’ Scotland. The Policy Press.

Mooney, Gerry; Sweeney, Tony and Law, Alex eds. (2006). Social Care, Health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Paisley: Kynoch and Blaney.

Muncie, John ed. (2007). Criminal Justice and Crime Control: Risk, Prevention and Security. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John ed. (2007). Criminal Justice and Crime Control: State Punishment. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John ed. (2007). Criminal Justice and Crime Control: Visions of Justice. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John ed. (2006). Criminology Volume 2: The causes of crime. Sage Library of Criminology. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Muncie, John ed. (2006). Criminology Volume 3: Radical and critical criminologies. Sage Library of Criminology. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Muncie, John ed. (2005). Criminology Volume 1: The meaning of crime: Definition, representation and social construction. Sage Library of Criminology. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. (2009). Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice: Children's Rights and State Responsibilities. Sage Library of Criminology, 3. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. (2009). Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice: Juvenile Corrections. Sage Library of Criminology, 2. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. (2009). Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice: The Youth problem. Sage Library of Criminology, 1. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. (2006). Comparative Youth Justice. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Muncie, John; Hughes, Gordon and McLaughlin, Eugene eds. (2002). Youth Justice: Critical readings. London, UK: Sage.

Muncie, John and McLaughlin, Eugene eds. (2013). Criminological Perspectives (3rd ed.). London: Sage.

Muncie, John and McLaughlin, Eugene eds. (2012). The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (3rd ed.). London: Sage.

Muncie, John and McLaughlin, Eugene eds. (2006). The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (2nd ed.). London, Sage: Sage.

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

Muncie, John and Wilson, David eds. (2004). Student Handbook of Criminal Justice and Criminology. London, UK: Cavendish.

Murji, Karim ed. (2015). Investigating the Social World 1. The Open University.

Murji, Karim and Bhattacharyya, Gargi eds. (2014). Race Critical Public Scholarship. Ethnic and Racial Studies. Abingdon: Routledge.

Murji, Karim and Solomos, John eds. (2015). Theories of Race and Ethnicity: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Murji, Karim and Solomos, John eds. (2004). Racialization: Studies in Theory and Practice. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Stenner, Paul; Cromby, John; Motzkau, Johanna; Yen, Jeffrey and Haosheng, Yu eds. (2011). Theoretical psychology: global transformations and challenges. Ontario, Canada: Captus.

Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. (2009). Youth Justice Handbook: Theory, Policy and Practice. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. (2009). Youth Justice Handbook - Theory, Policy and Practice. Cullompton: Willan.

Vossler, Andreas; Havard, Catriona; Pike, Graham; Barker, Meg-John and Raabe, Bianca eds. (2017). Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology. Sage.

Williams, Chris ed. (2004). Giving the past a future: preserving the heritage of the UK's Criminal Justice System. London, UK: Francis Boutle.

Williams, Chris A. ed. (2011). Police and Policing in the Twentieth Century. The History of Policing, 3. Farnham: Ashgate.

Emsley, Clive and Shpayer-Makov, Haia eds. (2006). Police Detectives in History, 1750-1950. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

ed. (2005). The SAGE Dictionary of Criminology. 2nd edition. UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry eds. (2006). Comparative youth justice. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Book Section

Bouklis, Paraskevi S. (2016). Trafficking and the “Victim Industry” Complex. In: Antonopoulos, Georgios A. ed. Illegal Entrepreneurship, Organized Crime and Social Control Essays in Honor of Professor Dick Hobbs. Studies of Organized Crime (14). Springer, pp. 237–263. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Bouklis, Paraskevi S. and Papanicolaou, Georgios (2011). Sex, Trafficking and Crime Policy. In: Cheliotis, Leonidas K. and Xenakis, Sappho eds. Crime and Punishment in Contemporary Greece: International Comparative Perspectives. Oxford: Peter Lang Publishing Group, pp. 307–338.

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.

Briggs, Gemma and Davies, Simon (2015). Is seeing believing?: visual perception and attention for dynamic scenes. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2, Volume 2. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Briggs, Gemma and Hole, Graham (2015). Can I do two things at once? Attention and dual tasking ability. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology, Volume 2. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Burdis, Kate and Tombs, Steve (2012). After the crisis: new directions in theorising corporate and white-collar crime. In: Hall, Steve and Winlow, Simon eds. New Directions in Criminological Theory. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 276–291.

Canning, Victoria (2018). Zemiology at the Border. In: Boukli, Avi (Paraskevi) and Kotze, Justin eds. Zemiology: reconnecting crime and social harm. Palgrave (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Canning, Victoria (2017). The Multiple Forms of Violence in the Asylum System. In: Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David eds. The Violence of Austerity. London: Pluto Press, pp. 67–74.

Capdevila, Rose; Briggs, Gemma and Dixon, John (2014). Conclusion: the challenges and opportunities of an integrative approach. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2: From biological to developmental, Volume 3. The Open University Press.

Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma (2014). Investigating Psychology: an integrative approach. In: Capdevila, Rose; Dixon, John and Briggs, Gemma eds. Investigating Psychology 2: From social to cognitive, Volume 1. Open University Press.

Clarke, John; Newman, Janet and Westmarland, Louise (2007). Creating citizen-consumers? Public service reform and (un)willing selves. In: Maasen, Sabine and Sutter, Barbara eds. On Willing Selves: Neoliberal Politics and the Challenge of Neuroscience. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 125–145. file

Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). Introduction: state, power, crime. In: Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. , pp. 1–19.

Cooper, Vickie and Paton, Kirsteen (2017). The new urban frontier of everyday evictions: Contemporary state practices of revanchism. In: Abel, Albet and Nuria, Benach eds. Processes of Urban Gentrification, Neil Smith and Beyond. Abingdon: Routledge, (In press).

Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David (2017). Introduction: The Violence of Austerity. In: Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David eds. The Violence of Austerity. Pluto Press, pp. 1–34.

Cooper, Victoria (2016). Homelessness and Victimisation. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Jo eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 95–97.

Cooper, Victoria (2016). Austerity, Harm and Victimisation. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A companion to crime, harm and victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Croydon, UK: Policy Press, pp. 11–14.

Croall, Hazel; Mooney, Gerry and Munro, Mary (2010). Criminal justice in contemporary Scotland: themes, issues and questions. In: Croall, Hazel; Mooney, Gerry and Munro, Mary eds. Criminal Justice in Scotland. Abingdon: Routledge/Willan, pp. 3–20.

Crone, Rosalind (2015). Query: Victorian reading. In: Bradley, Matthew and John, Juliet eds. Reading and the Victorians. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 111–126.

Crone, Rosalind (2007). Cries of Murder and Sounds of Bloodshed: The practice of reading cheap fiction in working-class communities in early Victorian London. In: Crone, Rosalind; Gange, David and Jones, Katy eds. New Perspectives in British Cultural History. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 203–213.

Crone, Rosalind (2016). Education in the working-class home: modes of learning as revealed by nineteenth-century criminal records. In: de Bellaigue, Christina ed. Home Education in Historical Perspective: Domestic pedagogies in England and Wales, 1750-1900. Routledge.

Crone, Rosalind (2011). What readers want: criminal intelligence and the fortunes of the metropolitan press during the long eighteenth century. In: Halsey, Katie and Owens, W. R. eds. The History of Reading, Volume 2: Evidence from the British Isles, c.1750-1950, Volume 2. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 103–120.

Crone, Rosalind (2016). Literacy. In: John, Juliet ed. Oxford Bibliographies: Victorian Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Crone, Rosalind (2012). Publishing courtroom drama for the masses, 1820-1855. In: Lemmings, David ed. Courtrooms and the Public Sphere in Britain, 1730-1840. Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate, pp. 193–216.

Crone, Rosalind (2011). Attempts to (re)shape common reading habits: Bible reading on the nineteenth-century convict ship. In: Palmer, Beth and Buckland, Adelene eds. A Return to the Common Reader: Pring Culture and the Novel, 1850-1900. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate Publishing Limited, pp. 103–120.

Crone, Rosalind and Halsey, Katie (2012). On collecting, cataloguing and collating the evidence of reading: the "RED Movement" and its implications for digital scholarship'. In: Weller, Toni ed. History in the Digital Age. London: Routledge, pp. 95–110.

Downes, Julia (2014). ‘We are turning cursive letters into knives’: the synthesis of the written word, sound and action in riot grrrl cultural resistance. In: Carroll, Rachel and Hansen, Adam eds. Litpop: Writing and Popular Music. Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 89–105. file

Downes, Julia (2008). ‘Let Me Hear You Depoliticise My Rhyme’: Queer Feminist Cultural Activisms and Disruptions of Conventional Protest. In: Davy, Zowie; Downes, Julia; Eckert, Lena; Gerodetti, Natalia; Llinares , Dario and Santos, Ana Cristina eds. Bound and Unbound: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Genders and Sexualities. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 181–200. file

Downes, Julia (2007). Riot Grrrl: The legacy and contemporary landscape of DIY feminist cultural activism. In: Monem , Nadine ed. Riot Grrrl: Revolution Girl Style Now! London: Black Dog Publishing.

Drake, D. (2008). Security. In: Jewkes, Yvonne and Bennett, Jamie eds. Dictionary of Prisons and Punishment. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Drake, Deborah (2007). Staff and order in prisons. In: Bennett, J.; Crewe, B. and Wahidin, A. eds. Understanding prison staff. Cullompton Devon, UK: Willan Publishing, pp. 153–167. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Drake, Deborah (2009). Punitiveness and cultures of control. In: Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise eds. Criminal Justice: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 37–39.

Drake, Deborah (2015). Finding Secrets and Secret Findings: Confronting the Limits of the Ethnographer's Gaze. In: Drake, Deborah H.; Earle, Rod and Sloan, Jennifer eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography. Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 252–270. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Drake, Deborah and Crewe, Ben (2008). Deprivations/Pains of imprisonment. In: Jewkes, Yvonne and Bennett, Jamie eds. Dictionary of Prisons and Punishment. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Drake, Deborah and Crewe, Ben (2008). Solidarity. In: Jewkes, Yvonne and Bennett, Jamie eds. Dictionary of Prisons and Punishment. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Drake, Deborah and Gunn, Ben (2012). Convict criminology. In: McLaughlin, Eugene and Muncie, John eds. The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (3rd ed.). London: Sage, pp. 79–81.

Drake, Deborah and Muncie, John (2009). Risk prediction, assessment and management. In: Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise eds. Criminal Justice: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 105–139.

Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise (2009). Interrogating criminal justice. In: Drake, Deborah; Muncie, John and Westmarland, Louise eds. Criminal Justice: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 1–35.

Drake, Deborah H.; Darke, Sacha and Earle, Rod (2015). Prison Life, Sociology of: Recent Perspectives from the United Kingdom. In: Wright, J. ed. International Encyclopaedia of Social and Behavioural Sciences (2nd ed). Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 924–929. file

Earle, Rod (2017). Anti-racist criminology? In: Amatrudo, Anthony ed. Social Censure and Critical Criminology: After Sumner. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 115–138.

Earle, Rod (2016). Race, Ethnicity, Multiculture and Prison Life. In: Jewkes, Yvonne; Bennett, Jamie and Crewe, Ben eds. Handbook on Prisons (2nd edition). Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 568–585.

Earle, Rod (2013). Law, Leadership and management. In: MacKian, Sara and Simons, Joan eds. Leading, Managing, Caring: understanding leadership and management in health and social care. England: Routledge, pp. 479–500. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Earle, Rod (2017). Being inside. In: Maycock, Matthew W. and Hunt, Kate eds. New Perspectives on Prison Masculinities. Studies of prison and penology. Palgrave Macmillan (In Press).

Earle, Rod (2013). Inside white: racism, ethnicity and social relations in English prisons. In: Phillips, Coretta and Webster, Colin eds. New Direction in Race Ethnicity and Crime. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 160–177. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Earle, Rod (2009). Living in a box: young men’s prison identities. In: Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. Youth Justice Handbook: Theory, Policy and Practice. Cullompton, UK: Willan.

Earle, Rod and Drake, Deborah H. (2015). Men, Masculinity and Crime. In: Brooks, Carolyn and Schissell, Bernard eds. Marginality and Condemnation - A Critical Introduction to Criminology (3rd ed). Fernwood Publishing, pp. 350–370.

Earle, Rod and Phillips, Coretta (2015). Prison ethnography at the threshold of race, reflexivity and difference. In: Earle, Rod; Drake, Deborah and Sloan, Jennifer eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 230–251.

Earle, Rod and Phillips, Coretta (2010). Con-viviality and beyond – identity, ethnicity and social relations in a young mens prison. In: Wetherell, Margaret ed. Identity in the 21st Century: New Trends in Changing Times. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Earle, Rod and Wakefield, Alison (2012). Restorative justice and the right to move on: toward deinstitutionalising the stigma of a criminal conviction. In: Gavrielides, Theo ed. Rights and Restoration within Youth Justice. Canada: de Sitter. file

Emsley, Clive (2010). A legacy of conflict? The ‘brutalised veteran’ and violence in Europe after the Great War. In: Avdela, Efi; D'Cruze, Shani and Rowbotham, Judith eds. Problems of Crime and Violence in Europe, 1780-2000: Essays in Criminal Justice. UK: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 43–64.

Emsley, Clive (2004). The Police. In: Bogdanor, Vernon ed. The British Constitution in the Twentieth Century. UK: Oxford University Press/British Academy, pp. 557–583.

Emsley, Clive (2002). The English police: A unique development? In: Bottoms, Anthony and Tonry, Michael eds. Ideology, Crime and Criminal Justice: A symposium in honour of Sir Leon Radzinowicz. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 74–93.

Emsley, Clive (2006). Recidivists and recidivism: some broad conclusions from the English experience. In: Briegel, Francoise and Porret, Michel eds. Le criminal endurci: Recidive e trecidivists du Moyen Age au XXe siecle. Geneva: Droz, pp. 171–185.

Emsley, Clive (1998). Les gendarmes et les paysans: vers une histoire institutionnelle et sociale comparée. In: Chauvaud, Frédéric and Petit, Jacques-Guy eds. L'histoire comtemporaine et les usages des archives judiciaires (1800-1939). Histoire et Archives, revue semestrielle de la Société des Amis des Archives de France (2). Paris: Honoré Champion, pp. 305–315.

Emsley, Clive (2000). The Pop-Gun Plot, 1794. In: Davis, Michael T. ed. Radicalism and Revolution in Britain, 1775-1848: Essays in Honour of Malcolm I. Thomis. London: Macmillan, pp. 56–68.

Emsley, Clive (2004). Control and legitimacy: the police in comparative perspective since circa 1800. In: Emsley, Clive; Johnson, Eric and Spierenburg, Pieter eds. Social Control in Europe, Volume 2 1800-2000. History of crime and criminal justice series. Columbus OH: Ohio State University Press, pp. 193–209.

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Mooney, Gerry (2009). The 'broken society' election: class hatred and the politics of poverty and place in Glasgow East. Social Policy and Society, 8(4) pp. 437–450. file

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Mooney, Gerry and Fyfe, Nick (2006). New Labour and community protests: The case of the Govanhill swimming pool campaign, Glasgow. Local Economy, 21(2) pp. 136–150.

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Mooney, Gerry and Johnstone, Charlie (2000). Scotland divided: poverty, inequality and the Scottish parliament. Critical Social Policy, 20(2) pp. 155–182.

Mooney, Gerry and Lavalette, Michael (1992). The poll tax struggle in Britain: a reply to Hoggett and Burns. Critical Social Policy, 12(36) pp. 96–108.

Mooney, Gerry and McCafferty, Tricia (2005). 'Only looking after the weans'? The Scottish nursery nurses’ strike, 2004. Critical Social Policy, 25(2) pp. 223–239.

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Mooney, Gerry; McCall, Vikki and Paton, Kirsteen (2015). Exploring the use of large sporting events in the postcrash, post-welfare city: A ‘legacy’ of increasing insecurity? Local Economy, 30(8) pp. 910–924. file

Mooney, Gerry; McKee, Kim and Paton, Kirsteen (2012). Class, citizenship and regeneration: Glasgow and the Commonwealth Games 2014. Antipode, 44(4) pp. 1470–1489.

Mooney, Gerry and Neal, Sarah (2010). ‘Welfare worries’: mapping the directions of welfare futures in the contemporary UK. Research, Policy and Planning, 27(3) pp. 141–150. file

Mooney, Gerry and Poole, Lynn (2005). Marginalised voices: resisting the privatisation of council housing in Glasgow. Local Economy, 20(1) pp. 27–39.

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Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill (2016). Welfare, equality and social justice: Scottish independence and the dominant imaginings of the 'New' Scotland. Ethics and Social Welfare, 10(3) pp. 239–251. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill (2015). The 2014 Scottish independence debate: questions of social welfare and social justice. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 23(1) pp. 5–16. file

Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill (2011). Social Justice, Social Welfare and Devolution: Nationalism and Social Policy Making in Scotland. Poverty & Public Policy, 3(4) pp. 1–21.

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Murji, Karim (2010). Applied social science? academic contributions to the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry and their consequences. Journal of Social Policy, 39(3) pp. 343–357. file

Murji, Karim (2009). Enacting the sacred: nation and difference in the comparative sociology of the police. Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 7(1) pp. 23–37. file

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Paton, Kirsteen; McCall, Vikki and Mooney, Gerry (2017). Place revisited: Class, stigma, urban restructuring in the case of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games. Sociological Review (Early Access). file

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Phillips, Coretta and Earle, Rod (2008). Ethnicity and social relations in a Young Offenders Institution. Prison Service Journal, 179 pp. 11–15. file

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Thirkettle, Martin; Walton, Thomas; Shah, Ashvin; Gurney, Kevin; Redgrave, Peter and Stafford, Tom (2013). The path to learning: action acquisition is impaired when visual reinforcement signals must first access cortex. Behavioural Brain Research, 243 pp. 267–272. file

Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2010). Reflections upon the limits of a concept: ‘victims’ and corporate crime. Journal International de Victimologie, Numéro spécial sur les victimes de crimes en col blanc (crimes économiques) , 23(2)

Tombs, Steve (2016). Making better regulation, making regulation better? Policy Studies, 37(4) pp. 332–349. filefile

Tombs, Steve (2015). Crisis, what crisis? Regulation and the academic orthodoxy. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 54(1) pp. 57–72. file

Tombs, Steve (2013). Corporate theft and fraud: business as usual. Criminal Justice Matters(94) pp. 14–15. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tombs, Steve (2013). Still killing with impunity: corporate criminal law reform in the UK. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety, 11(2) pp. 63–80. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tombs, Steve (2013). Working for the ‘Free’ Market: state complicity in routine corporate harm in the United Kingdom. Revista Crítica Penal y Poder(5) pp. 291–313. file

Tombs, Steve (2012). Symbiosis in the production of crime and harm. State Crime, 1(2) pp. 170–195. file

Tombs, Steve (2007). A political economy of corporate killing. Criminal Justice Matters, 70(1) pp. 29–30. file

Tombs, Steve (2016). What to do with the Harmful Corporation? Justice, Power and Resistance, 1 pp. 193–216. file

Tombs, Steve (2017). The UK’s corporate killing law: Un/fit for purpose? Criminology and Criminal Justice (In Press). file

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2015). Counterblast: crime, harm and the state-corporate nexus. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 54(1) pp. 91–95. file

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2015). Introduction to the special issue on 'Crimes of the Powerful'. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 54(1) pp. 1–7. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2014). Toxic capital everywhere: mapping the co-ordinates of regulatory tolerance. Social Justice, 41(1/2) pp. 80–100.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). The myths and realities of deterrence in workplace safety regulation. British Journal of Criminology, 53(5) pp. 746–763.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). Transcending the deregulation debate? regulation, risk, and the enforcement of health and safety law in the UK. Regulation & Governance, 7(1) pp. 61–79. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2011). Corporate or Criminal? The dangers of reducing corporate prosecutions. New Law Journal, 161(7449) pp. 81–84.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). A deadly consensus: worker safety and regulatory degradation under New Labour. British Journal of Criminology, 50(1) pp. 46–65. file

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Brown-nosing the rich. Criminal Justice Matters, 79(1) pp. 32–33.

Turk, David J.; Gillespie-Smith, Karri; Krigolson, Olave E.; Havard, Catriona; Conway, Martin A. and Cunningham, Sheila J. (2015). Selfish learning: The impact of self-referential encoding on children's literacy attainment. Learning and instruction, 40 pp. 54–60. file

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Walton, Tom; Thirkettle, Martin; Redgrave, Pete; Gurney, Kevin N. and Stafford, Tom (2013). The discovery of novel actions is affected by very brief reinforcement delays and reinforcement modality. Journal of Motor Behavior, 45(4) pp. 351–360.

Westmarland, Louise (2017). Putting their Bodies on the Line: Police Culture and Gendered Physicality. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice (Early Access). file

Westmarland, Louise (2013). ‘Snitches get stitches’: US homicide detectives' ethics and morals in action. Policing & Society, 23(3) pp. 311–327.

Westmarland, Louise (2010). Dodgy customers? Can the police ever trust the public? Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 4(3) pp. 291–297.

Westmarland, Louise (2005). Police ethics and integrity: breaking the blue code of silence. Policing and Society, 15(2) pp. 145–165. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Westmarland, Louise (2002). Challenges of policing London: a conversation with the Metropolitan Police commissioner, Sir John Stevens. Police Practice and Research, 3(3) pp. 240–260.

Westmarland, Louise (2001). Blowing the whistle on police violence. Gender, ethnography and ethics. British Journal of Criminology, 41(3) pp. 523–535.

Westmarland, Louise (2016). Governance of policing and cultural codes: interpreting and responding to policy directives. Global Crime, 17(3-4) pp. 352–369. file

Westmarland, Louise and Rowe, Michael (2017). Police ethics and integrity: Can a new code overturn the blue code? Policing and Society (Early Access).

Wharne, Simon; Langdridge, Darren and Motzkau, Johanna (2012). Decision-making in mental healthcare: a phenomenological investigation of service user perspectives. The Humanistic Psychologist, 40(2) pp. 153–165.

Williams, Charlotte and Mooney, Gerry (2008). Decentring Social Policy? Devolution and the Discipline of Social Policy: A Commentary. Journal of Social Policy, 37(3) pp. 489–507. file

Williams, Chris (2003). Britain’s police forces: forever removed from democratic control? History and Policy

Williams, Chris (2000). Counting crimes or counting people: some implications of mid-nineteenth century British police returns. Crime, History and Societies, 4(2) pp. 77–93.

Williams, Chris A. (2011). Police governance – community, policing, and justice in the modern UK. Taiwan in Comparative Perspective, 3 pp. 50–65.

Williams, Chris A. (2008). Ideologies, structures and contingencies: writing the history of British criminal justice since 1975. Revue Francaise de Civilisation Britannique, 14(4) pp. 59–84.

Williams, Chris A. (2008). Constables for hire: the history of private 'public' policing in the UK. Policing and Society, 18(2) pp. 190–205.

Williams, Chris A. (2003). Police surveillance and the emergence of CCTV in the 1960s. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 5(3) pp. 27–37.

Williams, Chris A. (2003). Catégorisation et stigmatisation policières á Sheffield au milieu du XIXe siècle [Numbering crimes and measuring space: policing Sheffield in the mid-nineteenth century]. Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 50(1) pp. 104–125. file

Williams, Chris A.; Patterson, James and Taylor, James (2009). Police filming English streets in 1935: the limits of mediated identification. Surveillance and Society, 6(1) pp. 3–9.

Willis, Alexandra; Gjersoe, Nathalia; Havard, Catriona; Kerridge, Jon and Kukla, Robert (2004). Human movement behaviour in urban spaces: implications for the design and modelling of effective pedestrian environments. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31(6) pp. 805–828. file

Wood, J. Carter (2004). A useful savagery: The invention of violence in nineteenth-century England. Journal of Victorian Culture, 9(1) pp. 22–42. file

Wood, J. Carter (2007). Evolution, civilization and history: A response to Wiener and Rosenwein. Cultural and Social History, 4(4) pp. 559–565. file

Wood, J. Carter (2007). The Limits of Culture? Society, Evolutionary Psychology and the History of Violence. Cultural and Social History, 4(1) pp. 95–114. file

Wood, J. Carter (2006). Criminal violence in modern Britain. History Compass, 4(1) pp. 77–90. file

Wood, J. Carter (2003). Self-policing and the policing of the self: Violence, protection and the civilizing bargain in Britain. Crime, History and Societies, 7(1) pp. 109–128.

Wood, John (2009). 'Those who have had trouble can sympathise with you': Press writing, reader responses and a murder trial in interwar Britain. Journal of Social History, 43(2) pp. 339–462. file

Wood, John Carter (2011). A change of perspective: integrating evolutionary psychology into the historiography of violence. British Journal of Criminology, 51(3) pp. 479–498. file

Wood, John Carter (2010). 'The third degree': press reporting, crime fiction and police powers in 1920s Britain. Twentieth Century British History, 21(4) pp. 464–485.

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.

Conference or Workshop Item

Brace, Nicola (2009). Facing eyewitness identification problems: perceiving and remembering faces. In: The Eighth Biennial Meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Brace, Nicola; Pike, Graham; Turner, Jim and Briggs, Gemma (2009). Change blindness during an identification parade. In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2011). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29th June 2011, New York City, NY, USA..

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2008). The effect of imagery induced distraction on driving performance: implications for mobile telephone use behind the wheel. In: BPS XXV Annual Cognitive Section Conference, 7-10 September 2008, University of Southampton.

Briggs, Gemma; Hole, Graham and Land, Michael (2007). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. In: BPS XXIV Annual Cognitive Section Conference , 20-22 August 2007, University of Aberdeen.

Briggs, Gemma and Pike, Graham (2015). Identity, citizenship and engaging with the criminal justice system. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2015), 4-7 August 2015, Nuremberg, Germany.

Briggs, Gemma; Turner, Jim and Pike, Graham (2016). Testing the weapon focus effect: change blindness and eyewitness identification. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2017), 5-8 July 2016, Toulouse, France.

Earle, Rod (2011). Prison and university: a tale of two institutions? In: British Society of Criminology, 4-6 July 2011, Newcastle, UK, pp. 20–37. file

Emsley, Clive; Levy, Rene and Rousseaux, Xavier (2000). The theory and practice of justice: laws, norms, deviance. In: Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences, University of Oslo, Oslo, pp. 155–166.

Havard, Catriona (2015). Improving line-up identifications using the mystery man procedure. In: The Student Connections Conference , 30 June - 4 July 2014, Milton Keynes, UK.

Havard, Catriona; Chaudhry, Fraz and Memon, Amina (2008). The behaviour of witnesses viewing VIPER Parades: evidence from a Scottish survey. In: 2nd Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR) Annual Conference, 02 September 2008., Edinburgh, UK.

Havard, Catriona; Humphries, Joyce and Memon, Amina (2016). The own race bias in child and adolescent witnesses. In: 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 17th-20th November 2016, Boston, US.

Havard, Catriona; Laybourn, Phyllis and Klecha, Barbara (2012). Can the ‘Mystery Man’ help to reduce false identification for older adult witnesses? In: The European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), 10th-13th April 2012., Nicosia, Cyprus..

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2012). Viewing a video lineup twice can reduce identification accuracy for child witnesses. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Cognitive Section, 29 - 31 August 2012, Glasgow, UK.

Havard, Catriona and Memon, Amina (2011). Can the Mystery Man help to reduce false identification for child witnesses: A study with video lineups. In: Society of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) IX, 27th - 29th June 2011, New York.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Clifford, Brian and Gabbert, Fiona (2008). Obtaining evidence from child witnesses using video parades. In: 18th Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law, 2-5 July 2008, Maastricht,The Netherlands.

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina; Clifford, Brian; Gabbert, Fiona and Watt, Moray (2008). Obtaining evidence from child witnesses: the advantage of VIPER parades. In: Scottish Institute of Policing Research (SIPR) Evidence & Investigation Network Seminar, "Obtaining evidence from vulnerable witnesses", 15 October 2008., Aberdeen, UK. file

Havard, Catriona; Memon, Amina and Humphries, Joyce (2011). Own race bias in video lineups: A comparison between Caucasian and Asian witnesses. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 4th-6th May 2011, Glasgow, UK.

Havard, Catriona; Thirkettle, Martin; Barrett, David and Ritcher, Stephanie (2015). How does image background colour influence facial identification? In: 38th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP) , 24 - 27 August 2015, Liverpool, UK.

Humphries, Joyce; Memon, Amina and Havard, Catriona (2010). The influence of the cross-race effect on children’s and adolescents identification accuracy in sequential video line-ups. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Forensic Psychology Annual Conference, , 22nd-25th June 2010, Canterbury, UK.

Hunter, Sue and Pike, Graham (2011). Investigating eye movement patterns for sequential video VIPER line-ups. In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29 June 2011, New York City, NY, USA.

Ness, Hayley and Bruce, Vicki (2006). An investigation into the use of CCTV footage to improve likeness in facial composites. In: European Association of Psychology and Law Conference (EAPL 2006), 27-30 June 2006, Liverpool University, Liverpool. file

Pike, Graham (2011). Violent, realistic and unexpected staged crimes: do participant-witnesses behave differently? In: 9th Conference of The Society for Applied Research in Memory & Cognition (SARMAC IX), 27-29 June 2011, New York City, NY, USA.

Pike, Graham (2009). Improving the accuracy of visual and eyewitness evidence. In: The Eighth Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Pike, Graham; Brace, Nicola; Briggs, Gemma and Turner, Jim (2009). Comparing types of sequential lineups. In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 Jul 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Thirkettle, Martin; Havard, Catriona and Richter, Stephanie (2016). Variability of background colour in suspect line-ups and identification accuracy. In: 26th Annual Conference of the European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL), 05-08 July 2016, Toulouse, France.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Regulating Business ‘After’ the Crisis: some observations from the UK. In: New challenges in criminology; can old theories be used to explain or understand new crimes?, NSfK’s 58. Research Seminar, Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi, Helsinki, pp. 19–37. file

Turner, Jim; Briggs, Gemma; Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2009). Can composite construction contaminate witness memory? In: The 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 26-30 July 2009, Kyoto, Japan.

Thesis

Earle, Rod (2014). Men in Prison: Con-viviality, Race and Culture. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Harrison, Virginia (2011). Expertise and the Own-Age Bias in Face Recognition. PhD thesis University of Sussex. file

Lay, Stephanie (2015). The Uncanny Valley Effect. PhD thesis The Open University. file

McCulloch, Daniel (2015). Analysing understandings of 'rough sleeping': managing, becoming and being homeless. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Other

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.

Bissell, Christopher and Boukli, Avi (Paraskevi) (2017). How the last man to see Sylvia Plath alive was punished for his quiet homosexuality. The Conversation, London.

Briggs, Gemma and Turner, Jim (2017). To see or not to see? The effectiveness of seen and unseen exams and end of module assessments in level 2 psychology modules. OU Scholarship Exchange. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Cooper, Victoria and McCulloch, Daniel (2017). Britain’s dark history of criminalising homeless people in public spaces. The Conversation.

Downes, Julia; Hanson, Karis and Hudson, Rebecca (2016). Salvage: Gendered Violence in Activist Communities. Footprinters Workers Co-op, Leeds. file

Fergusson, Ross (2015). Is there a link between youth poverty and crime? The answers may surprise you. The Conversation.

James, Phil; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2012). The Löfstedt Review of Health and Safety: a Critical Evaluation. IER.

Lazard, L.; Buys, D.; Callaghan, J.; Motzkau, J. and Keating, S. (2007). Response to the Northern Ireland Office and DHSSPS consultation entitled “Hidden Crimes Secret Pain”. British Psychological Society.

McCulloch, Daniel (2017). Austerity’s impact on rough sleeping and violence. Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative.

McCulloch, Daniel (2016). Homelessness in our towns and cities: policing disorder? The Open University, Milton Keynes.

McCulloch, Daniel (2015). Rough sleepers in policy and practice: chaotic and off course, or misunderstood? Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative, Milton Keynes.

McCulloch, Daniel (2012). Not hearing us: An exploration of the experience of deaf prisoners in English and Welsh prisons. The Howard League for Penal Reform, London, UK. file

McCulloch, Daniel and Drake, Deborah (2012). Where do we turn (and why) when apples ‘go bad’. Harm and Evidence Research Collaborative, Milton Keynes.

Mooney, Gerry (2011). Stigmatising poverty? The ‘Broken Society’ and reflections on anti-welfarism in the UK today. Oxfam, Oxford. file

Mooney, Gerry (2014). Journal for the Study of British Cultures: Poverty. Königshausen & Neumann.

Murji, Karim (2011). Drilling down: trust, confidence & ethnicity. ROTA, London.

Neal, Sarah and Murji, Karim (2015). Sociology. Special Issue: Sociologies of Everyday Life. SAGE.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2011). Injustice upon Injustice: London 2012 and the Enduring Legacies of Bhopal. CrimeTalk.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2011). Flowers at the Altar of Profit and Power: the continuing disaster at Bhopal. CrimeTalk.

Pike, Graham and Brace, Nicola (2002). The visual identification of suspects: procedures and practice. A Publication of the Policing and Reducing Crime Unit, Home Office Research, Development and Statistics Directorate.

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.

Tombs, Steve (2016). ‘Better Regulation’: better for whom? Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, London.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). Triennial Review of the Health and Safety Executive. Submission to the Department for Work and Pensions. Institute of Employment Rights, Liverpool. file

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2010). Health and safety gone mad? Institute of Employment Rights, Liverpool.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2008). A crisis of enforcement: the decriminalisation of death and injury at work. Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, King's College London, London. file

Turner, Jim and Briggs, Gemma (2017). Using third-party audio-visual materials in module production: learning design, cost effectiveness and student satisfaction on DD210 and DE200. OU Scholarship Exchange. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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

Research Dataset Record

Downes, Julia; Hanson, Karis and Seglow Hudson, Rebecca Salvage: Gendered Harms in Activist Communities.

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