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Scott, David Gordon ed. (2025). Abolitionist Voices. Bristol University Press (In Press).

Bell, Emma and Scott, David Gordon (2025). Abolitionism in red and black. In: Scott, David Gordon and Bell, Emma eds. Envisioning Abolition Socialism, Anarchism and Penal Abolitionism in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth centuries. Bristol University Press, (In Press).

Coyle, M. and Scott, D. (2025). Questioning the logic of criminalisation and penal policy: abolitionist aspirations and the search for transformative justice. In: Corda, A. ed. Research Handbook on Penal Policy. London: Edward Elgar Publishing, (In Press).

Scott, David Gordon (2025). Libertarian socialism and the struggle for liberative justice. In: Scott, David Gordon ed. Abolitionist Voices. Bristol University Press, (In Press).

Scott, David Gordon (2025). The abolitionist rhizome. In: Scott, David Gordon ed. Abolitionist Voices. Bristol University Press, (In Press).

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Dimou, Eleni; Boukli, Avi and Papanikolaou, Georgios (2024). Constructing ‘indigenous people’ reproducing coloniality’s epistemic violence: a content analysis of the U.S. Trafficking in Persons Report. In: Faulkner, Elizabeth ed. Modern Slavery in Global Context: Human Rights, Law and Society. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, (in press).

Drake, D.H. and Scott, D.G. (2024). Demystifying murder: Open University pedagogy, social murder and the legacy of Steven Box. In: Scott, D.G and Sim, J. eds. Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm: The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Critical Criminological Perspectives. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 531–556.

Drake, Deborah H.; Walters, Reece; Wood, Mark A. and Koumouris, Greg (2024). Criminology and Propaganda Studies: Charting New Horizons in Criminological Thought. The British Journal of Criminology, 64(3) pp. 558–575.

Knight, Sara; Coates, Janine Kim; Lathlean, Judith and Perez-del-Aguila, Rossana (2024). The development of an interdisciplinary theoretical framework for Forest School in the United Kingdom. British Educational Research Journal, 50(2) pp. 905–922.

Lambin, Roosa and Nyyssölä, Milla (2024). Incorporating Informal Workers into Social Insurance in Tanzania. In: Yi, Ilcheong; Kaasch, Alexandra and Stetter, Kelly eds. Emerging Trends in Social Policy from the South: Challenges and Innovations in Emerging Economies. Policy Press, pp. 161–185.

Lightowlers, Carly; Bryant, Lucy and Horsefield, Olivia (2024). Obscured by Its Omnipresence? Conceptual and Practical Issues around Measuring Alcohol-Related Crime in England and Wales. In: Huey, Laura and Buil-Gil, David eds. The Crime Data Handbook. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, pp. 139–151.

Millie, Andrew (2024). Christian Hope and Criminal Justice. In: Babie, P. T. and Sarre, Rick eds. Religion Matters: Volume 2: Further Explorations of Connectedness. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore (In Press), pp. 107–117.

Millie, Andrew (2024). Foreword. In: Martin, Denise and Tong, Stephen eds. Introduction to Policing Research: Taking Lessons from Practice. Second Edition. Oxon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, xxi-xxiii.

Perriam, Jessamy and Copson, Lynne (2024). Poor policy made durable: when digital transformation meets social harm. In: Perriam, Jessamy and Meldgaard Kjær, Katrine eds. Digitalization in Practice: Intersections, Implications and Interventions. De Gruyter Contemporary Social Sciences, 14. Berlin, Boston: De Guyter, pp. 141–161.

Pomati, Marco and Mack, Joanna (2024). Poverty and social security in South Korea. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 32(2) pp. 182–185.

Ralph, Liam; Rowe, Michael; Millie, Andrew and Jones, Matthew (2024). Researching Visible Policing. In: Martin, Denise and Tong, Stephen eds. Introduction to Policing Research: Taking Lessons from Practice, Second Edition. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 273–286.

Scott, David (2024). Sowing the Seeds of Change: Dissenting Voices, Subversive Knowledges and an Abolitionist Imagination for Our Time. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 114(450) (In Press).

Scott, David (2024). "An unchristian institution": Christian prison chaplains and penal abolition. In: Phillips, Elizabeth and Stone-Davis, Férdia J. eds. Catholic Social Thought and Prison Ministry: Resourcing Theory and Practice. Explorations in Practical, Pastoral, and Empirical Theology. London: Routledge.

Yeates, Nicola (2024). The globalizing dynamics of social policy: a transnational analytics of and for Southern social policy. In: Yi, Ilcheong; Kaasch, Alexandra and Stetter, Kelly eds. Emerging trends in social policy from the South: challenges and innovations in emerging economies. Research in Comparative and Global Social Policy. Policy Press, pp. 20–40.

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Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy eds. (2023). Experiences of Punishment, Abuse and Justice by Women and Families. Bristol: Policy Press.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie eds. (2023). The Routledge Handbook of Women's Experiences of Criminal Justice. London: Routledge.

Scott, David Gordon and Sim, Joe eds. (2023). Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm: The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Critical Criminological Perspectives (CCRP). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ayres, Tammy C. and Taylor, Stuart (2023). Drug Markets and Drug Dealing: Time to move on. In: Ayres, Tammy C. and Ancrum, Craig eds. Understanding Drug Dealing and Illicit Drug Markets: National and International perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.

Billingham, Luke and Gillon, Fern (2023). (Re)moving exclusions: School exclusion reduction in Glasgow and London. British Educational Research Journal, 50(1) pp. 287–306.

Booth, Natalie; Baldwin, Lucy and Masson, Isla (2023). Keeping the conversation going: the Women, Family, Crime and Justice network. In: Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy eds. Experiences of Punishment, Abuse and Justice by Women and Families, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1–8.

Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Dakri, Ferzana (2023). (Wo)men in the Middle: The Gendered Role of Supporting Prisoners. In: Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie eds. The Routledge Handbook of Women's Experiences of Criminal Justice. Routledge International Handbooks. London: Routledge, pp. 413–424.

Canning, Victoria; Martin, Greg and Tombs, Steve eds. (2023). The Emerald International Handbook of Activist Criminology. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited.

Canning, Victoria; Martin, Greg and Tombs, Steve (2023). Why ‘Activist Criminology’, Why Now? In: Canning, Victoria; Martin, Greg and Tombs, Steve eds. The Emerald International Handbook of Activist Criminology. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 3–17.

Clarke, John (2023). Crisis and Change: The Contested Politics of Constructing Crises. In: Ballard, Richard and Barnett, Clive eds. The Routledge Handbook of Social Change. Oxon, UK and New York, U.S.A.: Routledge, pp. 117–128.

Conway, Steve; Drake, Deborah and McCulloch, Daniel (2023). Rupture and Repair. In: Dimou, Eleni; Downes, Leigh; McCulloch, Daniel and Speed, Carly eds. Research Current Issues in Criminology. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 203–238.

Cook, Ian M.; Rajaram, Prem Kumar and Clarke, John (2023). Leadership, excellence and the marginalisation of refugees in Higher Education. Soundings, 84/85 pp. 44–57.

Cooper, Vickie and McCulloch, Daniel (2023). Mystification, Violence and Women’s Homelessness. In: Scott, David Gordon and Sim, Joe eds. Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm: The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Critical Criminological Perspectives (CCRP). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 407–429.

Downes, Leigh (2023). Healing and Recovery. In: Dimou, Eleni; Downes, Leigh; McCulloch, Daniel and Speed, Carly eds. Researching Current Issues in Criminology. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University, pp. 275–316.

Downes, Leigh and McCulloch, Daniel (2023). Situating Criminological Knowledge Production. In: Dimou, Eleni; Downes, Leigh; McCulloch, Daniel and Speed, Carly eds. Researching Current Issues in Criminology. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 19–54.

Harvey, Joel and Drake, Deborah H. (2023). Impression Management. In: Harvey, Joel and Ambrose, Derval eds. Social Psychology in Forensic Practice. Oxon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 69–90.

Irwin Rogers, Keir (2023). Janus-faced Criminology: Negotiating the Boundaries Between Activist and Administrative Research. In: Canning, Victoria; Martin, Greg and Tombs, Steve eds. The Emerald International Handbook of Activist Criminology. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 37–48.

Kotsakis, Andreas and Boukli, Avi (2023). Transversal Harm, Regulation, and the Tolerance of Oil Disasters. Transnational Environmental Law, 12(1) pp. 71–94.

Lambin, Roosa and Surender, Rebecca (2023). The rise of big philanthropy in global social policy: implications for policy transfer and analysis. Journal of Social Policy, 52(3) pp. 602–619.

Mack, Joanna and Pomati, Marco (2023). Universal Basic Income: the debate. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 31(1) pp. 3–4.

Mack, Joanna and Pomati, Marco (2023). [Editorial] Pro-poor sustainable development. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 31(3) pp. 316–317.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie (2023). Introduction. In: Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie eds. The Routledge Handbook of Women's Experiences of Criminal Justice. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 1–5.

Masson, Isla; Booth, Natalie and Baldwin, Lucy (2023). The conversation isn’t over: gaining justice for women and families. In: Booth, Natalie; Masson, Isla and Baldwin, Lucy eds. Experiences of Punishment, Abuse and Justice by Women and Families, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 132–136.

Millie, Andrew and Hirschler, Steven (2023). Police recruits, moral judgements and an empathetic policing. Criminology & Criminal Justice (early access).

Millie, Andrew; Ralph, Liam; Rowe, Michael and Jones, Matthew (2023). Police station meaning, closure and (in)visibility. Policing and Society (early access).

Moxon, David and Waters, Jaime (2023). The ethics of researching “hard to reach” populations: The case of “hidden” older illegal drug users and the attendant advantages of an ethical approach. In: Adorjan, Michael and Ricciardelli, Rosemary eds. Ethical Dilemmas in International Criminological Research. Routledge Advances in Criminology. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 99–112.

Perez-del-Aguila, Rossana; Aguirre, Patricia Rodriguez and Blanco, Jimena Cuba (2023). Children's Perceptions of Participation Within Their Families: Listening to Children of Bolivian Families Living in Madrid. In: Frankel, Sam ed. Establishing Child Centred Practice in a Changing World, Part B. Emerald Studies in Child Centred Practice. Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 141–163.

Perez-del-Aguila, Rossana; Allison, Heather and Kazmi, Naveed (2023). 'No choice' but remote learning: non-traditional students making sense of social research methods. In: Nind, Melanie ed. Handbook of Teaching and Learning Social Research Methods. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 255–271.

Rowe, Mike; Turner, Elizabeth and Redman, Scarlett (2023). Narratives as plausibility structures: It's stories, all the way down. In: Fleming, Jenny and Charman, Sarah eds. Routledge International Handbook of Police Ethnography. Oxon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 543–555.

Scott, D. (2023). Escaping the Logic of Crime: Language, Categorization and the Writings of Louk Hulsman. In: Piché, J. ed. Pain in Vain: Penal Abolition and the Legacy of Louk Hulsman. Ottowa: Red Quill Books, pp. 215–234.

Scott, D. and Sim, J. (2023). Steven Box : 'A Realist of a Larger Reality'. In: Scott, D. and Sim, J. eds. Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm: The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Critical Criminological Perspectives (CCRP). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 3–53.

Tombs, S. (2023). Corporate Crime, Regulation and the State. In: Scott, D.G. and Sim, J. eds. Demystifying Power, Crime and Social Harm: The Work and Legacy of Steven Box. Critical Criminological Perspectives. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 57–79.

Tombs, Steve (2023). Regulating Exposure: Routine Deaths, Work and the Covid Crisis. Mortality: Promoting the interdisciplinary study of death and dying, 28(2) pp. 207–219.

Tombs, Steve (2023). Consumption, crime and harm at home. Regulating for what and whom? In: Davies, Pamela and Rowe, Michael eds. Criminology of the Domestic. Routledge Studies in Crime, Justice and the Family. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 50–68.

Wilson, Ingrid M.; Lightowlers, Carly and Bryant, Lucy (2023). Home drinking during and post‐COVID ‐19: Why the silence on domestic violence? Drug and Alcohol Review, 42(5) pp. 1013–1017.

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Yeates, Nicola and Holden, Chris eds. (2022). Understanding Global Social Policy (3rd ed). Understanding welfare: social issues, policy and practice. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Ayres, Tammy and Taylor, Stuart (2022). Cultural Competence to Cultural Obsolescence: Drug Use, Stigma and Consumerism. In: Addison, Michelle; McGovern, William and McGovern, Ruth eds. Drugs, Identity and Stigma. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 197–220.

Banks, James and Waters, Jaime (2022). Gambling and intimate partner violence. Probation Quarterly, 26 pp. 51–54.

Billingham, Luke and Irwin-Rogers, Keir (2022). Against Youth Violence: A Social Harm Perspective. Bristol University Press.

Bowlby, Sophie; Evans, Ruth; Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Wouango, Joséphine (2022). Time-space practices of care after a family death in urban Senegal. Social and Cultural Geography, 23(8) pp. 1174–1192.

Clarke, Caroline; Barthold, Charles and Cole, Matthew (2022). COVID-19 and Zoonotic Disease: Manufacturing and Organizing Ignorance Within the Animal-Industrial Complex. In: Tallberg, Linda and Hamilton, Lindsay eds. The Oxford Handbook of Animal Organisation Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 57-C4.P110.

Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David (2022). Grenfell, Austerity and Institutional Violence. Sociological Research Online, 27(1) pp. 207–216.

Copson, Lynne (2022). Finding hope in hopeless times. In: van Klink, Bart; Soniewicka, Marta and van den Broeke, Leon eds. Utopian Thinking in Law, Politics, Architecture and Technology: Hope in a Hopeless World. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 19–37.

Dickinson, Sharon; Millie, Andrew and Peters, Eleanor (2022). Street Skateboarding and the Aesthetic Order of Public Spaces. The British Journal of Criminology, 62(6) pp. 1454–1469.

Gooch, Kate; Masson, Isla; Waddington, E and Owens, A (2022). After Care, After Thought?: The Invisibility of Care Experienced Men and Women in Prison. Prison Service Journal(258)

Hadfield, Sarah (2022). Childfree Young Women’s Experiences of Employment Insecurity and Financial Autonomy in England. PhD thesis The Open University.

Hamilton, Sukhbinder; Golding, Berenice and Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2022). Do we need to decolonise bereavement studies? Bereavement: Journal of Grief and Responses to Death, 1(1)

Mack, Joanna and Pomati, Marco (2022). Editorial. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 30(1) pp. 3–7.

Mack, Joanna and Pomati, Marco (2022). Editorial: Modern slavery. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 30(2) pp. 96–97.

Masson, Isla and Booth, Natalie (2022). Why we should be focused on women in criminal justice. Counsel Magazine: Justice Matters.

Moretta, Andrew; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2022). The Escalating Crisis of Health and Safety Law Enforcement in Great Britain: What Does Brexit Mean? International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(5), article no. e3134.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2022). Family sociology as a theoretical enterprise? A personal reflection. Families, Relationships and Societies, 11(2) pp. 303–319.

Rowe, Michael; Millie, Andrew; Jones, Matthew and Ralph, Liam (2022). Visible Policing. Newcastle, UK: The Visible Policing Project.

Rowe, Michael; Ralph, Liam; Millie, Andrew and Jones, Matthew (2022). The Abstract Police and Occupational Culture. In: Terpstra, Jan; Salet, Renze and Fyfe, Nicholas R eds. The Abstract Police: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Change in Police Organisations. The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 15–34.

Taylor, Stuart and Ayres, Tammy (2022). Drug Markets and Drug Dealing: Time to move on? In: European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, 2022, Malaga, Spain.

Tipping, Sarah; Murphy, Victoria; Yeates, Nicola; Montoro, Carlos; Ismail, Gihan and Ismail, Nashwa (2022). Migrant health worker deaths during Covid-19: a methodological exploration and initial estimates. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

Vaillancourt-Laflamme, Catherine; Pillinger, Jane; Yeates, Nicola; Gencianos, Genevieve; Ismail, Gihan; Ismail, Nashwa and Montoro, Carlos (2022). Impacts of Covid-19 on migrant health workers: a review of evidence and implications for health care provision. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

Yeates, Nicola and Holden, Chris (2022). Theorising global social policy. In: Yeates, Nicola and Holden, Chris eds. Understanding Global Social Policy (3rd Edition). Understanding welfare: social issues, policy and practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 89–110.

Yeates, Nicola; Pillinger, Jane; Gencianos, Genevieve; Vaillancourt-Laflamme, Catherine; Ismail, Nashwa; Montoro, Carlos and Ismail, Gihan (2022). Policy responses to address risks of harm to migrant health care workers in times of COVID-19. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

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Masson, Isla; Baldwin, Lucy and Booth, Natalie eds. (2021). Critical Reflections on Women, Family, Crime and Justice. Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Adams, Jan and Millie, Andrew (2021). Everyday moral judgements of anti-social behaviour. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 23 pp. 56–68.

Addington, Carola; Sundari, Anitha; Baars, Vicki; Day, Katy; Domoney-Lyttle, Zanne; Downes, Julia; Gillies, Jane; Mabrouk, Meriam; Marlow, Emily; McGookin, Naomi; McMillan, Lesley; Reece, Nina; Sundaram, Vanita and Grady, Jo (2021). Eradicating Sexual Violence in Tertiary Education: A report from UCU’s sexual violence task group. UCU, London.

Booth, Natalie and Masson, Isla (2021). Loved ones of remand prisoners: The hidden victims of COVID-19. Prison Service Journal(253)

Canning, Victoria and Tombs, Steve (2021). From Social Harm to Zemiology: A Critical Introduction. New Directions in Critical Criminology. London: Routledge.

Clarke, John (2021). Which nation is this? Brexit and the not-so-United Kingdom. In: Cörüt, İlker and Jongerden, Joost eds. Beyond Nationalism and the Nation-State: Radical Approaches to Nation. Routledge, pp. 98–116.

Clarke, John (2021). 'No such thing as society'? Neoliberalism and the social. In: Deeming, Christopher ed. The Struggle for Social Sustainability: Moral Conflicts in Global Social Policy. Policy Press, pp. 37–54.

Cole, M. and Stewart, K. (2021). The distance between us. Psychologist, 34(1) pp. 28–31.

Cole, Matthew and Stewart, Kate (2021). (Mis)representing veganism in film and television. In: Wright, Laura ed. The Routledge Handbook of Vegan Studies. London: Routledge, pp. 319–332.

Copson, Lynne (2021). Beyond Criminology: Taking Harm Seriously. In: Gordon, Faith and Newman, Daniel eds. Leading Works in Law and Social Justice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 169–190.

Copson, Lynne (2021). Crime, Harm and Justice: The Utopia of Harm and Realising Justice in a ‘Good Society’. In: Leighton, Paul; Davies, Pamela and Wyatt, Tanya eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Social Harm. Palgrave, pp. 313–347.

Coyle, Michael J. and Scott, David (2021). Introduction: The Six Hues of Penal Abolition. In: Coyle, Michael J. and Scott, David eds. The Routledge International Handbook of Penal Abolition. London: Routledge, pp. 1–12.

Coyle, Michael J. and Scott, David eds. (2021). The Routledge International Handbook of Penal Abolition. London: Routledge.

Drake, Deborah H. and Scott, David (2021). Overcoming obstacles to abolition and challenging the myths of imprisonment. In: Coyle, M. and Scott, D. eds. The Routledge International Handbook of Penal Abolition. London: Routledge, pp. 411–420.

Earle, Rod; Mehigan, James; Pike, Anne and Weinbren, Daniel (2021). The Open University and Prison Education in the UK – the first 50 years. Journal of Prison Education and Reentry, 7(1)

Ganeshpanchan, Zinthiya and Masson, Isla (2021). Harmful social and cultural practices that exist within South Asian communities in the UK and their impact on women. In: Masson, Isla; Baldwin, Lucy and Booth, Natalie eds. Critical Reflections on Women, Family, Crime and Justice. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 35–56.

Hartles, Sharon and McCulloch, Daniel (2021). Brexit, migration and homelessness: the new terrain. In HERC blog HERC.

Kelly-Corless, Laura and McCulloch, Daniel (2021). Why deaf prisoners have been in a state of lockdown since well before COVID-19. In The Conversation The Conversation.

Masson, Isla (2021). Reducing the Enduring Harm of Short Terms of Imprisonment. In: Masson, Isla; Baldwin, Lucy and Booth, Natalie eds. Critical Reflections on Women, Family, Crime and Justice, Volume 1. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 81–106.

McCulloch, Daniel and Westmarland, Louise (2021). Visual and online methods. In: Erel, Umut; Irwin Rogers, Keir; Medien, Kathryn; Nightingale, Adam and Westmarland, Louise eds. DD215 : Social Research. Book 1. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 219–251.

Millie, Andrew (2021). Introduction: Public Criminology Meets Public Theology. In: Millie, Andrew ed. Criminology and Public Theology: On Hope, Mercy and Restoration. Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press, pp. 1–18.

Morris, Carol; Kaljonen, Minna; Aavik, Kadri; Balázs, Bálint; Cole, Matthew; Coles, Ben; Efstathiu, Sophia; Fallon, Tracey; Foden, Mike; Giraud, Eva Haifa; Goodman, Mike; Kershaw, Eleanor Hadley; Helliwell, Richard; Hobson-West, Pru; Häyry, Matti; Jallinoja, Piia; Jones, Mat; Kaarlenkaski, Taija; Laihonen, Maarit; Lähteenmäki-Uutela, Anu; Kupsala, Saara; Lonkila, Annika; Martens, Lydia; McGlacken, Renelle; Mylan, Josephine; Niva, Mari; Roe, Emma; Twine, Richard; Vinnari, Markus and White, Richard (2021). Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 8(1), article no. 38.

Ricciardelli, Rosemary; Andres, Elizabeth; Mitchell, Meghan M; Quirion, Bastien; Groll, Diane; Adorjan, Michael; Siqueira Cassiano, Marcella; Shewmake, James; Herzog-Evans, Martine; Moran, Dominique; Spencer, Dale C; Genest, Christine; Czarnuch, Stephen; Gacek, James; Heidi, Cramm; Maier, Katharina; Phoenix, Jo; Weinrath, Michael; MacDermid, Joy; McKinnon, Margaret; Haynes, Stacy; Arnold, Helen; Turner, Jennifer; Eriksson, Anna; Heber, Alexandra; Anderson, Gregory; MacPhee, Renee and Carleton, Nicholas (2021). CCWORK protocol: a longitudinal study of Canadian Correctional Workers' Well-being, Organizations, Roles and Knowledge. BMJ Open, 11(12), article no. e052739.

Tombs, Steve (2021). Social Justice and the Limits of Regulation; the Enduring Insights of Marx's Capital. In: Gordon, Faith and Newman, Daniel eds. Leading Works in Law and Social Justice. London: Routledge, pp. 110–122.

Yeates, Nicola and Pillinger, Jane (2021). International Organisations, Care and Migration: The case of migrant health care workers. In: Martens, Kerstin; Niemann, Dennis and Kaasch, Alex eds. International Organisations in Global Social Governance. Global dynamics of social policy. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 83–111.

Yeates, Nicola; Pillinger, Jane and Gencianos, Genevieve (2021). What we know about their situation. Migrant health and care workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

Yeates, Nicola; Pillinger, Jane and Gencianos, Genevieve (2021). Trade union response to the challenges faced by migrant health and social care workers. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

Yeates, Nicola; Pillinger, Jane and Gencianos, Genevieve (2021). Building the trade union agenda. The Open University-Public Services International, Milton Keynes/Ferney Voltaire.

Zerafa, Antonio; Banks, James and Waters, Jaime (2021). The challenges of countering fraud in Malta’s remote gaming industry. Journal of Financial Crime, 28(4) pp. 1053–1064.

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McDermont, Morag; Cole, Tim; Newman, Janet and Piccini, Angela eds. (2020). Imagining Regulation Differently; co-creating for engagement. Bristol: Policy Press.

Phillips, Jake; Westaby, Chalen; Fowler, Andrew and Waters, Jaime eds. (2020). Emotional Labour in Criminal Justice and Criminology. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice. Abingdon: Routledge.

Ayres, Tammy and Taylor, Stuart (2020). The Twelve Dichotomies of Drug Policy [Blogpost]. British Society of Criminology.

Ayres, Tammy and Taylor, Stuart (2020). Media and Intoxication: Media Representations of the Intoxicated. In: Hutton, Fiona ed. Cultures of Intoxication: Key Issues and Debates. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 239–261.

Banks, James; Addis, Nicholas and Waters, Jaime (2020). Betting Shop Robberies: Reducing the Risk to Retail Staff. Gaming Law Review, 24(9) pp. 592–599.

Banks, James; Waters, Jaime; Andersson, Catrin and Olive, Victoria (2020). Prevalence of Gambling Disorder Among Prisoners: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 64(12) pp. 1199–1216.

Bryant, Lucy; MacKintosh, Anne Marie and Bauld, Linda (2020). An Exploration of the Impact of Non-Dependent Parental Drinking on Children. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 55(1) pp. 121–127.

Burke, Lol; Millings, Matthew; Taylor, Stuart and Ragonese, Ester (2020). Transforming rehabilitation, emotional labour and contract delivery: A case study of a voluntary sector provider in an English resettlement prison. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 61, article no. 100387.

Chonody, Jill M.; Killian, Mike; Gabb, Jacqui and Dunk-West, Priscilla (2020). Relationship Quality and Sexuality: A Latent Profile Analysis of Long-term Heterosexual and LGB Long-term Partnerships. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 17(2) pp. 203–225.

Clarke, John (2020). Building the ‘Boris’ bloc: angry politics in turbulent times. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture(74) pp. 118–135.

Clarke, John (2020). Why Imagined Economies? In: Fischer, Jessica and Stedman, Gesa eds. Imagined Economies, Real Fictions: New Perspectives on Economic Thinking in Great Britain. Culture and Theory (Volume 210). Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, pp. 17–34.

Clarke, John (2020). A Sovereign People? Political Fantasy and Governmental Time in the Pursuit of Brexit. In: Guderjan, Marius; Mackay, Hugh and Stedman, Gesa eds. Contested Britain: Brexit, Austerity and Agency. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 117–130.

Clarke, John (2020). Re-imagining Space, Scale and Sovereignty: The United Kingdom and “Brexit”. In: Nonini, Donald M. and Susser, Ida eds. The Tumultuous Politics of Scale: Unsettled States, Migrants, Movements in Flux. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 138–150.

Cooper, Vickie and Mansfield, Maureen (2020). Marketisation of Women’s Organisations in the Criminal Justice Sector. In: Albertson, Kevin; Corcoran, Mary and Phillips, Jake eds. Marketisation and Privatisation in Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 203–220.

Copson, Lynne and Boukli, Avi (2020). Queer utopias and queer criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 20(5) pp. 510–522.

Gabb, Jacqui and Allen, Katherine (2020). Qualitative Research on LGBTQ-Parent Families. In: Goldberg, Abbie and Allen, Katherine eds. Qualitative Research on LGBTQ-Parent Families. Springer.

Gabb, Jacqui; McDermott, Elizabeth; Eastham, Rachael and Hanbury, Ali (2020). Paradoxical family practices: LGBTQ+ young people, mental health and wellbeing. Journal of Sociology, 56(4) pp. 535–553.

Gunby, Clare; Carline, Anna; Taylor, Stuart and Gosling, Helena (2020). Unwanted Sexual Attention in the Night-Time Economy: Behaviors, Safety Strategies, and Conceptualizing “Feisty Femininity”. Feminist Criminology, 15(1) pp. 24–46.

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Newman, Janet (2017). Rationality, responsibility and rage: the contested politics of emotion governance. In: Jupp, Eleanor; Pykett, Jessica and Smith, Fiona eds. Emotional States: Sites and Spaces of Affective Governance. London: Routledge, pp. 21–36.

Paton, Kirsteen and Cooper, Vickie (2017). Domicide, Eviction and Repossession. In: Cooper, Vickie and Whyte, David eds. The Violence of Austerity. Pluto Press, pp. 164–170.

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.

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.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Phoenix, Ann; Yu, Guo and Xu, Xiaoli (2017). Childhood, children and family lives in China. In: Zang, Xiaowei and Zhao, Lucy Xia eds. Handbook on the Family and Marriage in China. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 286–304.

Speed, Carly (2017). Deafening Attempts to Silence: Critically Exploring the Deaths of Patients Detained in Psychiatric Detention. In: Fletcher, Samantha and White, Holly eds. Emerging Voices. London: EG Press Ltd, pp. 225–234.

Speed, Carly (2017). ‘They Cannot Speak Anymore-We Will Make Their Voices Count’: Critically Examining Deaths in Psychiatric Detention. In: Huber, Antoinette R.; Tucker, Katie and Atkinson, Kym eds. Voices of Resistance: Subjugated Knowledge and the Challenge to the Criminal Justice System. Liverpool: Centre for the Study of Crime, Criminalisation and Social Exclusion.

Speed, Carly (2017). Deaths in Psychiatric Detention. In: Morley, Sharon; Corteen, Karen; Turner, Jo and Taylor, Paul eds. Companion of State Power, Liberties and Rights. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 57–58.

Taylor, Stuart (2017). Deviant Leisure: Consuming Harm - Intervening with Deviant Leisure. In: American Society of Criminology, 2017, Philadelphia.

Taylor, Stuart (2017). Gendered sexual violence in the Night-Time Economy. In: Tackling Sexism On-Campus, 2017, University of Liverpool.

Taylor, Stuart (2017). Transforming Rehabilitation and Through the Gate. In: Penal Reform - Where to Next?, 2017, University of Nottingham.

Taylor, Stuart; Burke, Lol; Millings, Matthew and Ragonese, Ester (2017). Transforming Rehabilitation during a penal crisis: A case study of Through the Gate services in a resettlement prison in England and Wales. European Journal of Probation, 9(2) pp. 115–131.

Yeates, Nicola (2017). Beyond the Nation State: How Can Regional Social Policy Contribute to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals? UNRISD Issue Brief 5; United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva, Switzerland.

Yeates, Nicola and Riggirozzi, Pia (2017). Global social regionalism: the case of the Union of South American Nations’ health policy. PRARI Working Paper 15-10; The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Yeates, Nicola and MacSheoin, Tomas (2017). The Anti-Globalisation Movement: Coalition and Division. In: Sen, Jai ed. The Movements of Movements Part 2 : Rethinking Our Dance. Challenging Empires, 5. Delhi/Oakland, California: OpenWord/PM Press.

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Albertson, Katherine; Best, David; Irving, Jamie; Murphy, Tony; Buckingham, Sarah; Morton, Gavin; Stevenson, Judy; Crowley, Mike; Mama-Rudd, Adam and Chagger, Alex (2016). Right Turn Veteran-Specific Recovery Service: 5 site evaluation pilot: Interim report. Sheffield Hallam University and The Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice.

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.

Boukli, Evi and Kotzé, Justin (2016). [Book Review] Invisible Crimes and Social Harms. By Pamela Davies, Peter Francis and Tanya Wyatt (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 280pp. £65.00 hb). British Journal of Criminology, 56(4) pp. 818–820.

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.

Clarke, John (2016). Fearful asymmetry: circuits of paranoia in governing through school inspection. In: Jupp, Eleanor; Pykett, Jessica and Smith, Fiona eds. Emotional States: sites and spaces of affective governance. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 129–143.

Clarke, John (2016). Reflections on advising in austerity. In: Kirwan, Samuel ed. Advising in Austerity: Reflections on challenging times for advice agencies. Policy Press Shorts - Policy & Practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 157–162.

Cole, Matthew and Stewart, Kate (2016). “I Need Fish Fingers and Custard”: The Irruption and Suppression of Vegan Ethics in Doctor Who. In: Potts, Annie ed. Meat Culture. Human-Animal Studies (17). Leiden: Brill, pp. 198–221.

Cooper, V. (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.

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.

Copson, Lynne (2016). After Penal Populism: Punishment, Democracy and Utopian Method. In: Dzur, Albert W.; Loader, Ian and Sparks, Richard eds. Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 162–186.

de Jong, Sara (2016). Beyond Good News and Bad News: Narrating Gender in Political Science. Italian Political Science: The Professional Review of The Italian Political Science Association, 11(2)

de Jong, Sara (2016). Cultural Brokers in Post-Colonial Migration Regimes. In: Dhawan, Nikita; Fink, Elisabeth; Leinius, Johanna and Mageza-Barthel, Rirhandu eds. Negotiating Normativity: Postcolonial Appropriations, Transformations and Contestations. Springer, pp. 45–59.

de Jong, Sara (2016). Mainstream(ing) has never run clean, perhaps never can: Gender in the Main/Stream of Development. In: Harcourt, Wendy ed. The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Development: Critical engagements in feminist theory and practice. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 92–105.

Dimou, Eleni (2016). Subcultural and Post-subcultural Compatibility: The case of Cuban Underground Rap. In: Blackman, Shane and Kempson, Michelle eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures. Youth, Young Adulthood and Society Series. London: Routledge, pp. 33–45.

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

Evans, Ruth; Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Bowlby, Sophie; Wouango, Joséphine and Kébé, Fatou (2016). Responses to Death, Care and Family Relations in Urban Senegal. University of Reading, Reading.

Gabb, Jacqui (2016). Qualitative Research: Methods and Methodology. In: Goldberg, Abbie E. ed. The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies, Volume 3. Sage, pp. 895–900.

Kirwan, Samuel; McDermont, Morag and Clarke, John (2016). Imagining and practising citizenship in austere times: the work of Citizens Advice. Citizenship Studies, 20(6-7) pp. 764–778.

Millie, Andrew (2016). Philosophical Criminology. New Horizons in Criminology. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Millie, Andrew (2016). Research on volunteering within the police. College of Policing, County Durham, UK.

Newman, Janet (2016). Border Work: Negotiating Shifting Regimes of Power. In: Gubrium, Jaber F.; Andreassen, Tone Alm and Solvang, Per Koren eds. Reimagining the Human Service Relationship. Columbia University Press, pp. 318–336.

Newman, Janet and Clarke, John (2016). The politics of deploying community. In: Meade, Rosie R.; Shaw, Mae and Banks, Sarah eds. Politics, power and community development. Rethinking Community Development. Policy Press, pp. 31–46.

Scott, David (2016). Regarding rights for the Other: abolitionism and human rights from below. In: Weber, Leanne; Fishwick, Elaine and Marmo, Marinella eds. The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 50–62.

Taylor, Stuart (2016). Moving beyond the other: A critique of the reductionist drugs discourse. Cultuur and Criminalitiet, 1 pp. 100–118.

Taylor, Stuart (2016). The Metamorphosis of Prohibition: Do global drug policy reforms represent progressive change? In: American Society of Criminology Conference, 2016, New Orleans.

Taylor, Stuart; Burke, Lol; Millings, Matthew and Ragonese, Ester Louisa (2016). Transforming Rehabilitation and Through The Gate: Research from a resettlement prison. In: American Society of Criminology Conference, 16-19 Nov 2016, New Orleans, LA, USA.

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

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.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Financial 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. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 80–81.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Social Harm. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 218–219.

Tombs, Steve (2016). State-Corporate Crime and Harm. In: Corteen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 224–225.

Tombs, Steve (2016). Corporate Manslaughter. In: Cotreen, Karen; Morley, Sharon; Taylor, Paul and Turner, Joanne eds. A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation. Companions in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 28–29.

Tombs, Steve (2016). 'After' the Crisis: morality plays and the renewal of business as usual. In: Whyte, David and Wiegratz, Jorg eds. Neoliberalism and the Moral Economy of Fraud. London: Routledge, pp. 31–43.

Westmarland, Louise (2016). 'Snitches get stitches?': telling tales on homicide detectives. In: Hviid Jacobsen, Michael and Walklate, Sandra eds. Liquid Criminology; Doing imaginative criminological research. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 49–64.

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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.

Amaya, Ana B. and Yeates, Nicola (2015). Participatory Action Research: new uses, new contexts, new challenges. PRARI Working Paper 15-6; The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

Amaya, Ana B.; Cabral, Cesar R.; Clavell, Elena; Coitiño, Andrés; De Lombaerde, Philippe; Giler, Gustavo; Faria, Mariana; Herrero, M. Belén; Kingah, Stephen; López Ramos, Santiago; Luna, Cristina; Riggirozzi, Pía; Rojas Mattos, Marcelo; Pippo, Tomás; Tobar, Katherine and Ueleres, José (2015). Measuring the Progress and Success of Regional Health Policies: PRARI Toolkit of Indicators for the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR). The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Amaya, Ana B.; Choge, Isaac; De Lombaerde, Philippe; Kingah, Stephen; Longwe, Samuel; Mhehe, Enock Anthony; Moeti, Themba; Mookodi, Lillian; Luwabelwa, Mubita; Nyika, Ponesai and Phirinyane, Molefe (2015). Measuring Regional Policy Change and Pro-Poor Health Policy Success: A PRARI Toolkit of Indicators for the Southern African Development Community (SADC). The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Bouklis, P. S. and Chatzopoulos, Georgios (2015). Imaginary counter-trafficking penalties: A comparative analysis of Greece and the United Kingdom. Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and Security, 1(2) pp. 76–90.

Clarke, John (2015). Stuart Hall and the theory and practice of articulation. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 36(2) pp. 275–286.

Clarke, John; Bainton, Dave; Lendvai, Noémi and Stubbs, Paul (2015). Making Policy Move: towards a politics of translation and assemblage. Bristol: Policy Press.

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.

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.

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.

Fletcher, Samantha (2015). The Occupy Movement vs. Capitalist Realism: Seeking Extraordinary Transformations in Consciousness. In: Sollund, Ragnhild Aslaug ed. Green Harms and Crimes: Critical Criminology in a Changing World. Critical Criminological Perspectives. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 238–256.

Gabb, Jacqui and Fink, Janet (2015). Couple Relationships in the 21st Century. Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Irwin Rogers, Keir and Perry, Thomas W. (2015). Exploring the Impact of Sentencing Factors on Sentencing Domestic Burglary. In: Roberts, Julian V. ed. Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 194–220.

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

Murphy, Tony (2015). The nomenclature of the undeserving poor : an enduring history of marginalization. Journal on European History of Law, 6(1) pp. 103–108.

Murphy, Tony and Sage, Daniel (2015). Perceptions of the UK’s Research Excellence Framework 2014: a media analysis. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 36(6) pp. 603–615.

Newman, Janet (2015). Social Welfare. In: Bevir, Mark and Rhodes, R.A.W. eds. Routledge Handbook of Interpretive Political Science. Routledge, pp. 440–451.

Oldekop, Johan A.; Fontana, Lorenza B.; Grugel, Jean; Roughton, Nicole; Adu-Ampong, Emmanuel A.; Bird, Gemma K.; Dorgan, Alex; Vera Espinoza, Marcia A.; Wallin, Sara; Hammett, Daniel; Agbarakwe, Esther; Agrawal, Arun; Asylbekova, Nurgul; Azkoul, Clarissa; Bardsley, Craig; Bebbington, Anthony J.; Carvalho, Savio; Chopra, Deepta; Christopoulos, Stamatios; Crewe, Emma; Dop, Marie-Claude; Fischer, Joern; Gerretsen, Daan; Glennie, Jonathan; Gois, William; Gondwe, Mtinkheni; Harrison, Lizz A.; Hujo, Katja; Keen, Mark; Laserna, Roberto; Miggiano, Luca; Mistry, Sarah; Morgan, Rosemary J.; Raftree, Linda L.; Rhind, Duncan; Rodrigues, Thiago; Roschnik, Sonia; Senkubuge, Flavia; Thornton, Ian; Trace, Simon; Ore, Teresa; Valdés, René Mauricio; Vira, Bhaskar; Yeates, Nicola and Sutherland, William J. (2015). 100 key research questions for the post-2015 development agenda. Development Policy Review, 34(1) pp. 55–82.

Roberts, Julian V. and Irwin Rogers, Keir (2015). Sentencing Practices and Trends, 1999-2013. In: Roberts, Julian V. ed. Exploring Sentencing Practice in England and Wales. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 35–60.

Rowe, Michael; Westmarland, Louise and Hougham, Courtney (2015). Getting behind the blue curtain: managing police integrity. In: Lister, Stuart and Rowe, Michael eds. Accountability of Policing. Routledge Frontiers of Criminal Justice. London: Routledge, pp. 69–85.

Scott, David (2015). Walking amongst the Graves of the Living: Reflections about Doing Prison Research from an Abolitionist Perspective. In: Drake, Deborah H.; Earle, Rod and Sloan, Jennifer eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography. Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 40–58.

Scott, David (2015). Critical Research Values and C. Wright Mills' Sociological Imagination: Learning Lessons from Researching Prison Officers. In: Frauley, Jon ed. C. Wright Mills and the Criminological Imagination: Prospects for Creative Inquiry. Classical and Contemporary Social Theory. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 185–200.

Taylor, Stuart (2015). On Fallacies and Alienation: The Reductionist Drugs Discourse. In: The Other, Cultural Criminology Conference, 2015, VU University, Amsterdam.

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.

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

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

Ward, Kevin; Newman, Janet; John, Peter; Theodore, Nik; Macleavy, Julie and Cochrane, Allan (2015). Whatever happened to local government? A review symposium. Regional Studies, Regional Science, 2(1) pp. 434–456.

Waters, Jaime (2015). Snowball sampling: a cautionary tale involving a study of older drug users. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18(4) pp. 367–380.

Westmarland, Louise (2015). Outsiders inside: ethnography and police culture. In: Brunger, Mark; Tong, Stephen and Martin, Denise eds. Introduction to Policing Research: Taking Lessons from Practice. London: Routledge, pp. 163–174.

Yeates, Nicola (2015). A Hundred Key Questions for the Post-2015 Development Agenda. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development-Sheffield Institute for International Development, UNRISD, Palais Des Nations.

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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.

Yeates, Nicola ed. (2014). Understanding Global Social Policy (2nd ed). Understanding Welfare: Social Issues, Policy and Practice. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Beckett Wilson, Helen and Taylor, Stuart (2014). The Shifting Landscape of Cannabis in the Community: Acceptance, Anxieties and Ambiguities. In: BSC - British Society of Criminology Conference, 9-12 Jul 2014, Liverpool.

Bracke, Sarah; de Jong, Sara; Koevoets, Sanne; van Leeuwen, Fleur and Oldersma, Jantine (2014). Crossing Gendered Borders. Amsterdam University Press.

Clarke, John (2014). Inspections: governing at a distance. In: Grek, Sotiria and Lindgren, Joakim eds. Governing by Inspection. Studies in European Education. Abingdon and New York: Routledge, pp. 11–26.

Clarke, John (2014). Community. In: Nonini, Donald M. ed. A Companion to Urban Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 46–64.

Clarke, John; Collins, Kathleen; Dagnino, Evelina and Neveu, Catherine (2014). Disputing Citizenship. Bristol: Policy Press.

Clarke, John and Lindgren, Joakim (2014). The vocabulary of inspection. In: Grek, Sotiria and Lindgren, Joakim eds. Governing by Inspection. Studies in European Education. London: Routledge, pp. 137–158.

de Jong, Sara (2014). Diversity Politics and the Politics of Difference. In: Vieten, Ulrike M. ed. Revisiting Iris Marion Young on Normalisation, Inclusion and Democracy. Palgrave, pp. 87–105.

de Jong, Sara; Koevioets, Sanne and van Leeuwen, Fleur (2014). Editorial: Gendered Fortress Europe. Journal for Gender Studies / Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 17(2) pp. 105–113.

de Jong, Sara; Koevoets, Sanne and van Leeuwen, Fleur (2014). Gendered Fortress Europe. Amsterdam University Press.

Dimou, Eleni (2014). An Exploration of Deviance, Power and Resistance within Contemporary Cuba: The Case of Cuban Underground Rap. In: The Subcultural Network ed. Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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.

Downes, Julia; Kelly, Liz and Westmarland, Nicole (2014). Ethics in violence and abuse research - a positive empowerment approach. Sociological Research Online, 19(1), article no. 2.

Drake, Deborah and Harvey, Joel (2014). Performing the role of ethnographer: processing and managing the emotional dimensions of prison research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 17(5) pp. 489–501.

Drake, Deborah H. and Henley, Andrew J. (2014). “Victims” versus “offenders” in British political discourse: the construction of a false dichotomy. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 53(2) pp. 141–157.

Fink, Janet and Gabb, Jacqui (2014). Configuring generations: cross-disciplinary perspectives. Families, Relationships and Societies, 3(3) pp. 459–463.

Fletcher, Samantha (2014). Protest. In: Atkinson, Rowland ed. Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm. Routledge, pp. 41–44.

Fletcher, Samantha (2014). The Occupy Movement. In: Maile, Stella and Griffiths, David eds. Public Engagement and Social Science. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 83–94.

Grek, Sotiria; Lindgren, Joakim and Clarke, John (2014). Inspection and emotion: the role of affective governing. In: Grek, Sotiria and Lindgren, Joakim eds. Governing by Inspection. Studies in European Education. London: Routledge, pp. 116–136.

Lindgren, Joakim and Clarke, John (2014). The (C)SI effect: school inspection as crime scene investigation. In: Lawn, Martin and Normand, Romuald eds. Shaping European Education: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Studies in European Education. London: Routledge, pp. 131–150.

Millie, Andrew (2014). The case for a narrower focus to policing. Public Safety Leadership Research Focus, 2(4) pp. 1–4.

Millie, Andrew (2014). What are the police for?: Re-thinking policing post-austerity. In: Brown, Jennifer M. ed. The Future of Policing. Routledge, pp. 52–63.

Millie, Andrew (2014). Reassurance Policing and Signal Crimes. In: Bruinsma, Gerben and Weisburd, David eds. Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York, NY, USA: Springer, pp. 4327–4335.

Millie, Andrew (2014). The aesthetics of anti-social behaviour. In: Pickard, Sarah ed. Anti-Social Behaviour in Britain: Victorian and Contemporary Perspectives. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102–111.

Moore, Niamh; Church, Andrew; Gabb, Jacqui; Holmes, Claire; Lee, Amelia and Ravenscroft, Neil (2014). Growing intimate privatepublics: Everyday utopia in the naturecultures of a young lesbian and bisexual women’s allotment. Feminist Theory, 15(3) pp. 327–343.

Murphy, Tony and Sage, Daniel (2014). Perceptions and ‘impacts’ of the REF: key aim for next round should be to explore apprehension and minimise anxieties. In LSE Impact Blog LSE Impact Blog, London School of Economics.

Newman, Janet and Clarke, John (2014). States of imagination. Soundings, 57 pp. 153–169.

Scott, David (2014). Playing The Get Out Of Jail For Free Card: Creating A New 'Abolitionist Consensus'? In: Canning, Victoria ed. Sites of Confinement. London: EG Press, p. 65.

Taylor, Stuart (2014). The Shifting Landscape of Cannabis in the Community: Acceptance, Anxieties and Ambiguities. In: 2014 American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, 19-22 Nov 2014, San Francisco.

Taylor, Stuart and Wilson, Helen Beckett (2014). The Shifting Landscape of Cannabis in the Community: Acceptance, Anxieties and Ambiguities. In: European Society of Criminology Conference (Eurocrim2014), 10-13 Sep 2014, Prague.

Tombs, Steve (2014). Health and safety ‘crimes’ in Britain: the great disappearing act. In: Davies, Pamela; Francis, Peter and Wyatt, Tanya eds. Invisible Crimes and Social Harms. London: Palgrave, pp. 198–220.

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

Yeates, Nicola (2014). Global care chains: bringing in transnational reproductive labourer households. In: Dunaway, Wilma A. ed. Gendered Commodity Chains: Seeing Women’s Work and Households in Global Production. Standford, CA: Stanford University Press, pp. 175–189.

Yeates, Nicola (2014). The socialisation of regionalism and the regionalisation of social policy: contexts, imperatives and challenges. In: Kaasch, Alexandra and Stubbs, Paul eds. Transformations in Global and Regional Social Policies. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 17–43.

Yeates, Nicola (2014). Global contexts and challenges of building a regional governance of social policy: implications for South America. In: Vivares, Ernesto ed. Exploring the New South American Regionalism (NSAR). International Political Economy of New Regionalisms. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 147–162.

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de Jong, Sara and Koevoets, Sanne eds. (2013). Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information. Teaching with Gender. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms, 10. Hungary: ATGENDER and Central European University Press.

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

Clarke, John (2013). Contexts: forms of agency and action. In: Pollitt, Christopher ed. Context in Public Policy and Management: The Missing Link? Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 22–34.

Copson, Lynne (2013). Towards a Utopian Criminology. In: Malloch, Margaret and Munro, Bill eds. Crime, Critique and Utopia. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 114–135.

de Jong, Sara (2013). Intersectional global citizenship: gendered and racialized renderings. Politics, Groups and Identities, 1(3) pp. 402–416.

de Jong, Sara; Vriend, Tilly and Meulmeester, Gé (2013). Core feminist texts in Europe online: teaching with the FRAGEN database. In: de Jong, Sara and Koevoets, Sanne eds. Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information. CEU Press, pp. 76–86.

de Jong, Sara and Wieringa, Saskia (2013). The Library as Knowledge Broker. In: de Jong, Sara and Koevoets, Sara eds. Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information. Teaching with Gender. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms, 10. Hungary: ATGENDER, Central European University Press, pp. 13–30.

Downes, Julia; Breeze, Maddie and Griffin, Naomi (2013). Researching DIY cultures: towards a situated ethical practice for activist-academia. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 10(3) pp. 100–124.

Drake, Deborah H. and Earle, Rod (2013). On the inside: prison ethnography around the globe. Criminal Justice Matters, 91(1) pp. 12–13.

Drake, Deborah H. and Sloan, Jennifer (2013). Emotional engagements: on sinking and swimming in prison research and ethnography. Criminal Justice Matters, 91(1) pp. 24–25.

Hall, Stuart; Critcher, Chas; Jefferson, Tony; Clarke, John and Roberts, Brian (2013). Policing the Crisis: Mugging, the State and Law and Order (2nd ed.). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

James, Phil; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2013). An independent review of British health and safety regulation? From common sense to non-sense. Policy Studies, 34(1) pp. 36–52.

Koevoets, Sanne and de Jong, Sara (2013). Introduction. In: de Jong, Sara and Koevoets, Sanne eds. Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information. Teaching with Gender. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms, 10. Hungary: ATGENDER, Central European University Press, pp. 1–10.

Millie, Andrew (2013). The policing task and the expansion (and contraction) of British policing. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 13(2) pp. 143–160.

Millie, Andrew (2013). Replacing the ASBO: An opportunity to stem the flow into the Criminal Justice System. In: Dockley, Anita and Loader, Ian eds. The Penal Landscape: The Howard League Guide to Criminal Justice in England and Wales. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 64–88.

Millie, Andrew and Bullock, Karen (2013). Policing in a time of contraction and constraint: Re-imagining the role and function of contemporary policing. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 13(2) pp. 133–142.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry (2013). Youth justice: in a child's best interests? In: Simon, Jonathan and Sparks, Richard eds. The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society. London: Sage, pp. 341–355.

Murphy, Tony (2013). Why we need to think about research malpractice in the social sciences. Criminal Justice Matters, 94(1) pp. 26–27.

Ozga, Jenny; Baxter, Jacqueline; Clarke, John; Grek, Sotiria and Lawn, Martin (2013). The politics of educational change: governance and school inspection in England and Scotland. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 39(2) pp. 205–224.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2013). What is at stake in family troubles? Existential issues and value frameworks. In: Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Hooper, Carol-Ann and Gillies, Val eds. Family Troubles? Exploring Changes and Challenges in the Family Lives of Children and Young People. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Hooper, Carol-Ann and Gillies, Val (2013). Troubling normalities and normal family troubles: diversities, experiences and tensions. In: Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Hooper, Carol-Ann and Gillies, Val eds. Family Troubles? Exploring Changes and Challenges in the Family Lives of Children and Young People. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Scott, D. (2013). Visualising an abolitionist real utopia: principles, policy and praxis. In: Malloch, M. and Munro, B. eds. Crime, Critique and Utopia: Themes for a Critical Criminology. London: Palgrave.

Scott, David (2013). The Politics of Prisoner Legal Rights. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 52(3) pp. 233–250.

Taylor, Stuart (2013). Public education and public criminology from the UK. In: 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology: Expanding the Core: Neglected Crimes, Groups, Causes and Policy Approaches, 20-23 Nov 2013, Atlanta.

Taylor, Stuart (2013). The ‘Day of Crime’ programme: Lessons in public education and public criminology from the UK? In: European Society of Criminology Conference, 4-7 Sep 2013, Budapest.

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.

Tombs, Steve (2013). Corporate theft and fraud: business as usual. Criminal Justice Matters(94) pp. 14–15.

Tombs, Steve (2013). Corporate crime. In: Hale, Chris; Hayward, Keith; Wahidin, Azrini and Wincup, Emma eds. Criminology (3rd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press., pp. 227–246.

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.

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). Reappraising regulation: the politics of “regulatory retreat” in the United Kingdom. In: Will, Susan; Handelman, Stephen and Brotherton, David C. eds. How They Got Away with It: White Collar Criminals and the Financial Meltdown. New York and Chichester: Columbia University Press, pp. 205–222.

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

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.

Clarke, John (2012). The work of governing. In: Coulter, Kendra and Schumann, William R. eds. Governing Cultures: Anthropological Perspectives on Political Labor, Power, and Government. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 209–232.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2012). Gerencialismo. Educação & Realidade, 37(2) pp. 353–381.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2012). The alchemy of austerity. Critical Social Policy, 32(3) pp. 299–319.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2012). Brave new world? Anglo-American challenges to universalism. In: Anttonen, Anneli; Häikiö, Liisa and Stefánsson, Kolbeinn eds. Welfare, Universalism and Diversity. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 90–105.

de Jong, Sara and Wieringa, Saskia (2012). Redactioneel – Oral history. Journal for Gender Studies / Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 2 pp. 2–4.

Downes, Julia (2012). The expansion of punk rock: riot grrrl challenges to gender power relations in British indie music subcultures. Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 41(2) pp. 204–237.

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

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.

Edwards, Rosalind; Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Gillies, Val (2012). The politics of concepts: family and its (putative) replacements. British Journal of Sociology, 63(4) pp. 730–746.

Gabb, Jacqui (2012). Qualitative Research on LGBT-Parent Families. In: Goldberg, Abbie and Allen, Katherine eds. LGBT-Parent Families: Innovations in Research and Implications for Practice. New York: Springer.

Gabb, Jacqui (2012). The affect of methods. In: Hines, Sally and Taylor, Yvette eds. Sexualities: Past Reflections, Future Directions. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 32–51.

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

Millie, Andrew (2012). Police Stations, Architecture and Public Reassurance. British Journal of Criminology, 52(6) pp. 1092–1112.

Millie, Andrew and Bullock, Karen (2012). Re-imagining Policing Post-Austerity. British Academy Review(19) pp. 16–18.

Muncie, John and Goldson, Barry (2012). Towards a global ‘child friendly’ juvenile justice? International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 40(1) pp. 47–64.

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

Pembertion, Simon; Tombs, Steve; Chan, Ming Ming Joiy and Seal, Lizzie (2012). Whistleblowing, organisational harm and the self-regulating organisation. Policy and Politics, 40(2) pp. 263–279.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2012). Caring after death: issues of embodiment and relationality. In: Rogers, Chrissie and Weller, Susie eds. Critical Approaches to Care: Understanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures. Relationships and resources. London: Routledge, pp. 183–194.

Taylor, Stuart (2012). The Great Unmentionable’ Just why do [we] continue to ignore the potential benefits of illegal drug use? In: Public lecture, 04 Dec 2012, University of Victoria, Wellington.

Taylor, Stuart (2012). The Path to Enlightenment? Public Engagement, Public Education and the role of the Public Criminologist. In: 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 27-29 Nov 2012, Auckland, New Zealand.

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

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2012). Reshaping health and safety enforcement: institutionalising impunity. In: Dickens, Linda ed. Making Employment Rights Effective: Issues of Enforcement and Compliance. Oxford: Hart, pp. 67–86.

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Newman, Janet and Tonkens, Evelien eds. (2011). Participation, Responsibility and Choice: Summoning the Active Citizen in Western European Welfare States. Care and Welfare. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Rochester, Colin; Gosling, George; Penn, Alison and Zimmeck, Meta eds. (2011). Understanding the Roots of Voluntary Action: Historical Perspectives on Current Social Policy. Brighton, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

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.

Clarke, John (2011). Alla Ricerca di una Big Society? Conservatorismo, coalizioni e controversie. La Rivista delle Politiche Sociali, 2011(2) pp. 183–198.

Clarke, John (2011). Citizen-consumers: hyphenation, identification, de-politicization? In: Brückweh, Kerstin ed. The Voice of the Citizen Consumer: a History of Market Research, Consumer Movements, and the Politicall Public Sphere. Studies of the German Historical Institute London. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 225–242.

de Jong, Sara (2011). False Binaries: Altruism and Selfishness in NGO Work. In: Fechter, Anne-Meike and Hindman, Heather eds. Inside the Everyday Life of Development Workers: The Challenges and Futures of Aidland. Kumarian Press, pp. 21–40.

Fergusson, Ross (2011). Governing disengagement : young people, participation and policy. PhD thesis The Open University.

Gabb, Jacqui (2011). Family lives and relational living: taking account of otherness. Sociological Research Online, 16(4), article no. 10.

Gabb, Jacqui (2011). Troubling displays: the affect of gender, sexuality and class. In: Dermott, Esther and Seymour, Julie eds. Displaying Families: a New Concept for the Sociology of Family Life. Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 38–60.

Hillyard, Paddy and Tombs, Steve (2011). From 'crime' to social harm? In: Lynch, Michael J. and Stretesky, Paul B. eds. Radical and Marxist Theories of Crime. The Library of Essays in Theoretical Criminology. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 13–29.

Millie, Andrew (2011). Value judgments and criminalization. British Journal of Criminology, 51(2) pp. 278–295.

Millie, Andrew and Moore, Stephen (2011). Crime, anti-social behaviour and education: A critical review. In: Hayden, Carol and Martin, Denise eds. Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17–34.

Moore, Stephen and Millie, Andrew (2011). Community safety politics and policy in Europe. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 13 pp. 229–231.

Muncie, John (2011). On globalisation and exceptionalism. In: Nelken, David ed. Comparative Criminal Justice and Globalisation. Advances in Criminology. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 87–106.

Newman, Janet (2011). Boundary troubles: working the academic–policy interface. Policy and Politics, 39(4) pp. 473–484.

Newman, Janet (2011). Public leadership as public-making. Public Money and Management, 31(5) pp. 315–322.

Newman, Janet and Tonkens, Evelien (2011). Introduction. In: Newman, Janet and Tonkens, Evelien eds. Participation, Responsibility and Choice. Amsterdam University Press, pp. 9–28.

Noordegraaf, Mirko and Newman, Janet (2011). Managing in disorderly times: how cities deal with disaster and restore social order. Public Management Review, 13(4) pp. 513–538.

Penn, Alison (2011). Social history and organizational development: revisiting Beveridge’s Voluntary Action. In: Rochester, Colin; Gosling, George Campbell; Penn, Alison and Zimmeck, Meta eds. Understanding Roots of Voluntary Action: Historical Perspectives on Current Social Policy. Sussex Academic Press, pp. 17–29.

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

Rowe, Abigail (2011). Women prisoners. In: Crewe, Ben and Bennett, Jamie eds. The Prisoner. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 103–116.

Snell, Katy and Tombs, Steve (2011). ‘How do you get your voice heard when no-one will let you?’ Victimisation at work. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 11(3) pp. 207–223.

Taylor, Stuart (2011). ‘Days of Crime': The route to a more enlightened, engaged and educated public? In: 16th World Congress - International Society for Criminology conference, 5-9 Aug 2011, Kobe, Japan.

Tombs, Steve (2011). State complicity in the production of corporate crime. In: Gobert, James and Pascal, Ana-Maria eds. European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability. Routledge Advances in Criminology. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 70–83.

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

Yeates, Nicola (2011). Going global: the transnationalization of care. Development and Change, 42(4) pp. 1109–1130.

Yeates, Nicola (2011). Ireland’s contributions to the global health care crises. In: fanning, Bryan and munck, Ronaldo eds. Globalization, migration and social transformation: Ireland in Europe and the World. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 35–50.

Yeates, Nicola and Deacon, Bob (2011). Radicalising social policy in the 21st century: a global approach. In: Walker, Alan; Sinfield, Adrian and Walker, Carol eds. Fighting poverty, inequality and injustice. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 257–274.

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Clarke, John (2010). After Neo-Liberalism? Cultural Studies, 24(3) p. 375.

Clarke, John (2010). Of crises and conjunctures: the problem of the present. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 34(4) pp. 337–354.

Clarke, John (2010). Enrolling ordinary people: governmental strategies and the avoidance of politics? Citizenship Studies, 14(6) pp. 637–650.

Clarke, John (2010). So many strategies, so little time ... making universities modern. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 3(3) pp. 91–116.

Clarke, John (2010). New New Deals: Reforming Welfare Again? Occasion: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, 2

Clarke, John (2010). Public management or managing the public? Public Policy and Administration, 25(4) pp. 416–433.

Clarke, John (2010). Beyond public and private? The changing welfare mix. In: Petmesidou, Maria and Paptheodorou, Christos eds. Social Reforms and the Changing “Public”-“Private” Mix in Social Welfare. Athens: Ellinika Grammata, pp. 23–38.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2010). Summoning spectres: crises and their construction. Journal of Education Policy, 25(6) pp. 709–715.

Clarke, John; Newman, Janet and McDermont, Morag (2010). Delivering Choice and Administering Justice: Contested Logics of Public Service. In: Adler, Michael ed. Administrative Justice in Context. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 25–46.

Evans, Rachel; Jamieson, Janet; O'Brien, Dave; Tombs, Steve and Yates, Joe (2010). Section 30 dispersal powers: emerging findings from Merseyside. Early Career Academics Network Bulletin(2) pp. 4–8.

Goldson, Barry and Muncie, John (2010). Comparative juvenile justice. In: Herzog-Evans, M. ed. Transnational Criminology Manual, Volume 2. Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers, pp. 429–448.

Mac Sheoin, Tomas and Yeates, Nicola (2010). Women and the anti-globalisation movement. In: Dasgupta, Samir; Braun, Yvonne; Driskell, Robyn and Yeates, Nicola eds. Women's Encounters with Globalization. London: Frontpage.

Mackenzie, Simon; Bannister, Jon; Flint, John; Parr, Sadie; Millie, Andrew and Fleetwood, Jennifer (2010). The Drivers of Perceptions of Anti-Social Behaviour. Home Office Research Report 34; The Home Office.

Millie, Andrew (2010). Whatever Happened to Reassurance Policing? Policing, 4(3) pp. 225–232.

Muncie, John (2010). Labelling, social reaction and social constructionism. In: McLaughlin, E. and Newburn, T. eds. The SAGE Handbook of Criminological Theory. London: Sage.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2010). Bereavement, young people, and social context. In: Monroe, Barbara and Kraus, Frances eds. Brief Interventions with Bereaved Children. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 29–36.

Scott, David (2010). Why didn't prisoner rights come home? Criminal Justice Matters, 82(1) pp. 36–37.

Taylor, Stuart (2010). Community Justice & Public Engagement: Rhetoric & Reality. In: European Society of Criminology Conference, 8-11 Sep 2010, Liege.

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 (2010). Corporate violence and harm. In: Brookman, Fiona; Maguire, Mike; Pierpoint, Harriet and Bennett, Trevor eds. Handbook on Crime. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 884–903.

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

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.

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

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

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

Yeates, Nicola (2010). The globalisation of nurse migration: policy issues and responses. International Labour Review, 149(4) pp. 423–440.

Yeates, Nicola (2010). From welfare state to international welfare. In: Walker, Alan; Gordon, David; Levitas, Ruth; Phillimore, Peter; Salomon, Margot and Yeates, Nicola eds. The Peter Townsend Reader. Bristol: The Policy Press.

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

Deacon, Bob; Macovei, Maria Cristina; Van Langenhove, Luk and Yeates, Nicola eds. (2009). World-Regional Social Policy and Global Governance: New Research and Policy Agendas in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics, 79. London: Routledge.

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

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. (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: Children's Rights and State Responsibilities. Sage Library of Criminology, 3. London, UK: Sage.

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

Yeates, Nicola and Holden, Chris eds. (2009). The Global Social Policy Reader. Bristol: Policy Press.

Clarke, John (2009). Governance puzzles. In: Budd, Leslie and Harris, Lisa eds. e-Governance: Managing or Governing. Routledge e-Business. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 29–52.

Clarke, John (2009). Programmatic statements and dull empiricism: Foucault’s neo-liberalism and social policy. Journal of Cultural Economy, 2(1) pp. 227–231.

Clarke, John (2009). Beyond citizens and consumers? Publics and public service reform. The NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy, 2(2) pp. 33–44.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2009). Elusive Publics: knowledge, power and public service reform. In: Gewirtz, Sharon; Mahony, Pat; Hextall, Ian and Cribb, Alan eds. Changing teacher professionalism: International trends, challenges, and ways forward. UK: Routledge, pp. 43–53.

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.

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 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.

Goldson, Barry and Muncie, John (2009). Youth justice. In: Hucklesby, Anthea and Wahidin, Azrini eds. Criminal Justice. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, pp. 257–278.

Mac Sheoin, Tomás and Yeates, Nicola (2009). Policing the anti-globalisation protests: patterns and variations in state responses. In: Dasgupta, Samir and Pieterse, Jan Nederveen eds. The Politics of Globalization. New Delhi: Sage, pp. 197–241.

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.

Millie, Andrew (2009). Anti-social Behaviour. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Millie, Andrew (2009). Interview with Ken Moroney, Commissioner of New South Wales Police, Australia. In: Das, Dilip K. and Marenin, Otwin eds. Trends in Policing: Interviews with Police Leaders Across the Globe, Volume Two. Boca Raton, Florida, USA: CRC Press, pp. 1–21.

Muncie, John (2009). The construction and deconstruction of crime. In: Newburn, T ed. Key Readings in Criminology. Cullompton, Devon: Willan.

Muncie, John (2009). The United Nations, children's rights and juvenile justice. In: Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. Youth Justice Handbook: Theory, policy and practice. Cullompton: Willan, pp. 20–21.

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.

Newman, Janet and Clarke, John (2009). Narrating subversion, assembling citizenship. In: Barnes, Marian and Prior, David eds. Subversive Citizens: Power, Agency and Resistance in Public Services. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 67–82.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). US capital versus the Third World: Union Carbide and Bhopal. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 2. Corporate Crime: Cases and Explanations. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd..

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Hazards, law and class: contextualizing the regulation of corporate crime. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 3. Controlling Corporate Crime. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Ideology, hegemony and empiricism. In: Whyte, David ed. Crimes of the Powerful: a Reader. Readings in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 157–159.

Pearce, Frank and Tombs, Steve (2009). Toxic capitalism: corporate crime and the chemical industry. In: Whyte, David ed. Crimes of the Powerful. A Reader. Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 93–98.

Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2009). Young people making meaning in response to death and bereavement. In: Balk, David and Corr, Charles eds. Adolescent Encounters with Death, Bereavement and Coping. New York, USA: Springer Publications, pp. 21–38.

Rowe, Abigail (2009). Negotiating disempowerment : coping and social support in women's prisons. PhD thesis The Open University.

Scott, David (2009). Punishment. In: Hucklesby, Anthea and Wahidin, Azrini eds. Criminal Justice. Oxford University Press, pp. 83–102.

Tombs, Steve (2009). Official statistics and hidden crimes: researching health and safety crimes. In: Croall, Hazel ed. Corporate Crime, Vol. 1. Issues of Definition, Construction and Research. SAGE Library of Criminology. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 281–296.

Tombs, Steve (2009). Corporate crime. In: Hale, Chris; Hayward, Keith; Wahidin, Azrini and Wincup, Emma eds. Criminology (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 301–322.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). The state and corporate crime. In: Coleman, Roy; Sim, Joe; Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David eds. State, Power, Crime. London: SAGE Publications, pp. 103–115.

Tombs, Steve and Whyte, David (2009). Crime, harm and corporate power. In: Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece eds. Crime: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 137–172.

Westmarland, Louise (2009). Gender abuse and people trafficking. In: Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece eds. Crime: Local and Global. Devon, UK: Willan/The Open University, pp. 105–136.

Westmarland, Louise and Clarke, John (2009). Awkward customers? Policing in a consumer age. In: Barnes, Marian and Prior, David eds. Subversive Citizens: Power, Agency and Resistance in Public Services. Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 171–188.

Yeates, Nicola (2009). Editorial Introduction: Conditional cash transfers. Global Social Policy, 9(2) pp. 163–165.

Yeates, Nicola and Deacon, Bob (2009). Globalisation, regionalism and social policy. In: Deacon, Bob; Macovei, Maria; van Langenhove, Luk and Yeates, Nicola eds. World-regional Social Policy and Global Governance: New Research and Policy Agendas in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. London/New York: Routledge.

Yeates, Nicola; Macovei, Maria and van Langenhove, Luk (2009). The evolving context of world-regional social policy: bilateralism and trans-regionalism. In: Deacon, Bob; Macovei, Maria; van Langenhove, Luk and Yeates, Nicola eds. World-regional Social Policy and Global Governance: New Research and Policy Agendas in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 191–212.

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Millie, Andrew and Das, Dilip K. eds. (2008). Contemporary Issues in Law Enforcement and Policing. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press.

Newman, Janet and Yeates, Nicola eds. (2008). Social Justice: Welfare, Crime and Society. UK: Open University Press.

Yeates, Nicola ed. (2008). Understanding Global Social Policy. Understanding welfare: Social issues, policy and practice. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Brady, Alan D.P. and Mehigan, James (2008). Universal Jurisdiction for International Crimes in Irish Law. Irish Jurist, XLIII pp. 59–88.

Clarke, John (2008). Performance paradoxes: The politics of evaluation in public services. In: Davis, Howard and Martin, Steve eds. Public Services Inspection in the UK. Reserach Highlights in Social Work (50). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp. 120–134.

Clarke, John (2008). Reconstructing nation, state and welfare: The transformation of welfare states. In: Seeleib-Kaiser, Martin ed. Welfare State Transformations: Comparative Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 197–209.

Clarke, John and Fink, Janet (2008). Unsettled attachments: National identity, citizenship and welfare. In: van Oorschot, Wim; Opielka, Michael and Pfau-Effinger, Birgit eds. Culture and Welfare State: Values and Social Policy in Comparative Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 225–244.

Clarke, John (2008). Still policing the crisis? Crime Media Culture, 4(1) pp. 123–129.

Clarke, John (2008). Power, politics and places: what's not neo-liberal? Focaal, 51 pp. 158–160.

Clarke, John and Newman, Janet (2008). The new citizen in public services: directions and tensions fields. Politica - Tidsskrift for Politisk Videnskab, 40(3) pp. 334–348.

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.

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.

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

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.

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Mair, George; Burke, Lol and Taylor, Stuart (2006). ‘The worst tax form you’ve ever seen’? Probation officers’ views about OASys. Probation Journal, 53(1) pp. 7–23.

Millie, Andrew and Erol, Rosie (2006). Rehabilitation and resettlement: A study of prolific offender case management in Birmingham, United Kingdom. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 50(6) pp. 691–710.

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Davies, Celia; Anand, Paul; Artigas, Lidia; Holloway, Jacky; McConway, Kevin; Newman, Janet; Storey, John and Thompson, Grahame (2005). Links between Governance, Incentives and Outcomes: a Review of the Literature. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D (NCCSDO), London, UK.

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Gabb, Jacqui (2004). 'I could eat my baby to bits'; passion and desire in lesbian mother-children love. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 11(3) pp. 399–415.

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Hearnden, Ian; Millie, Andrew; Hamilton-Smith, Niall and Willis, Jane (2004). Action and reaction: Delivering local burglary reduction projects. In: Hamilton-Smith, Niall ed. The Reducing Burglary Initiative: Design, Development and Delivery. Home Office Research Study (287). London: The Home Office, pp. 53–77.

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Millie, Andrew and Jacobson, Jessica (2004). Sentencer confidence in probation: A good job in difficult circumstances? Vista: Perspectives on Probation, Criminal Justice & Civil Renewal, 9(2) pp. 112–117.

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Sullivan, Helen; Knops, Andrew; Barnes, Marian and Newman, Janet (2004). Central-local relations in an era of multi-level governance: the case of public participation policy in England, 1997-2001. Local Government Studies, 30(2) pp. 245–265.

Westmarland, Louise (2004). Policing integrity: Britain's thin blue line. In: Klockars, Carl B.; Ivkovic, Sanja Kutnjak and Haberfeld, Maria eds. The Contours of police integrity. Sage Publications, Inc., pp. 75–95.

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Barnes, Marian; Newman, Janet; Knops, Andrew and Sullivan, Helen (2003). Constituting 'the public' in public participation. Public Administration, 81(2) pp. 379–399.

Clarke, John (2003). Turning inside out?: Globalization, neo-liberalism and welfare states. Anthropologica, 45(2) pp. 201–214.

Curran, Kathryn and Millie, Andrew (2003). Rape and Indecent Assault: Incidence and Service Provision in Southwark. Safer Southwark Partnership, London, UK.

Edwards, Rosalind; Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Gillies, Val (2003). Biological parents and social families: legal discourses and everyday understandings of the position of step-parents. In: Cheal, David ed. Family. Critical Concepts in Sociology, III Family. Routledge.

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Hough, Mike; Jacobson, Jessica and Millie, Andrew (2003). The Decision to Imprison: Sentencing and the Prison Population. London, UK: Prison Reform Trust.

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Millie, Andrew; Mallender, Jacque and Kingsnorth, Rebecca (2003). Reducing Burglary Initiative Project Summary: Yew Tree, Sandwell. In Supplement 3 to Findings 204 The Home Office, London, UK.

Newman, Janet (2003). New Labour, governance and the politics of diversity. In: Barry, Jim; Dent, Mike and O'Neill, Maggie eds. Gender and the public sector : Professionals and managerial change. Routledge advances in management and business studies (24). London: Routledge, pp. 15–26.

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Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2003). Mothers' images of children and their implications for maternal response. In: Woodhead, Martin and Montgomery, Heather eds. Understanding Childhood: An Inter-Disciplinary Approach. Milton Keynes: Wiley/Open University, pp. 75–79.

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Edwards, Rosalind; Back-Wiklund, Margareta; Bak, Maren and Ribbens McCarthy, Jane (2002). Step-fathering: comparing policy and everyday experience in Britain and Sweden. Sociological Research Online, 7(1)

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Newman, Janet (2001). Managerialism, modernization and marginalization: Equal opportunities and institutional change. In: Breitenbach, Esther; Brown, Alice; Mackay, Fiona and Webb, Janette eds. The changing politics of gender equality. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 102–123.

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Bromley, Rosemary; Thomas, Colin and Millie, Andrew (2000). Exploring safety concerns in the night-time city: revitalising the evening economy. Town Planning Review, 71(1) pp. 71–96.

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Bromley, Rosemary D.F.; Thomas, Colin J.; Millie, Andrew and Nelson, Amanda (1994). Shopper Security and the City Centre Shopping Environment: The Cases of Swansea and Cardiff. University of Wales, Swansea, Wales.

Clarke, John; Cochrane, Allan and McLaughlin, Eugene (1994). Mission accomplished or unfinished business? The impact of managerialization. In: Clarke, John; Cochrane, Allan and McLaughlin, Eugene eds. Managing Social Policy. London: SAGE, pp. 226–242.

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Williams, Fiona (1993). Social policy, social divisions and social change. PhD thesis The Open University.

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Padman, Rachael; White, Glenn J.; Barker, Robert; Bly, Dennis; Johnson, Nick; Gibson, Hugh; Griffin, Matt; Murphy, J. Anthony; Prestage, Richard; Rogers, John and Scivetti, Anthony (1992). A dual-polarization InSb receiver for 461/492 GHz. International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, 13(10) pp. 1487–1513.

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