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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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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.

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