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Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony eds. (2023). Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Ellis, Adam and Gunter, Anthony (2023). Somethin’ Doesn’t Seem Right: A Commentary on the “Scientific Method” and “Gang”Research. In: Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Dr Anthony eds. Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 57–72.

Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony (2023). Introduction. In: Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony eds. Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 3–10.

Gunter, Anthony (2023). Race(ism) and Ethnicity. In: Cooper, Victoria and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi eds. An Introduction to Childhood and Youth Studies and Psychology. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 139–153.

Gunter, Anthony (2023). The White Male Criminological Gaze as Pornography: The Quasi-Sexual Academic Obsession with Black “Gang Bangers”. In: Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony eds. Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 27–41.

Gunter, Anthony (2023). Crime as Disease Contagion and Control: The Public Health Perspective and Implications for Black and Other Ethnic Minority Communities. In: Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony eds. Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 167–184.

Gunter, Anthony and Holford, Naomi (2023). Transitions to Adulthood. In: Cooper, Victoria and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi eds. An Introduction to Childhood and Youth Studies and Psychology. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 218–232.

Joseph, Ian (2023). A Black Scholar’s Intellectual Journey and Subsequent Perspective on the White Colonial “Gang” Project. In: Ellis, Adam; Marques, Olga and Gunter, Anthony eds. Thug Criminology: A Call to Action. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 85–92.

Rogers, Justin and Ali, Mariya (2023). The seeds of reform; the evolution of the alternative care system in the Maldives. Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond, 10(2) pp. 154–163.

Singh, Jaspal Naveel (2023). Transcultural decoloniality, global hip hop and reflexive narrative analysis. In: de Barros, Solange M. and Resende, Viviane eds. Coloniality in Discourse: A Radical Critique. London: Routledge, pp. 136–154.

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Boampong, Michael (2021). Overview of Youth Development in Ghana. Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK.

Boampong, Michael (2021). ‘Everywhere feels like home’: transnational neoliberal subjects negotiating the future. In: Horton, John; Pimlott-Wilson, Helena and Hall, Sarah Marie eds. Growing Up and Getting By: International Perspectives on Childhood and Youth in Hard Times. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 115–135.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). Alternative Education: The Rise in Elective Home Education: Issues Related to Recognition, Collaboration and Successful Partnerships. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life: Engaging Learners in the English Education System. London: Open University Press, McGraw Hill, pp. 43–62.

Wearmouth, Janice and Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). Introduction. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life: Engaging Learners in the English Education System. London: Open University Press McGraw Hill, pp. 1–9.

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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2020). Towards co-operative working in alternative education. The Freedom to Learn Project, Phoenix Education Trust.

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Boampong, Michael (2019). Transnational practices and children’s local lives in times of economic crisis. In: Von Benzon, Nadia and Wilkinson, Catherine eds. Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth : Global Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 198–212.

Boampong, Michael (2019). Ghana. In: Wells, Karen ed. Teen Lives around the World: A Global Encyclopedia, Volume 1. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 163–173.

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Gunter, Anthony (2017). Youth Transitions and Legacies in an East London Olympic Host Borough. In: Cohen, Phil and Watt, Paul eds. London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 287–309.

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Gunter, Anthony (2016). From bad to worse? Marginalised youth and ‘Road life’ (mis)representations and realities. In: Blackman, Shane and Kempson, Michelle eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Youth Cultures. Youth, Young Adulthood and Society. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 46–62.

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Boampong, Michael (2013). World Youth Report: Youth and Migration. World Youth Report; In World Youth Report: Youth and Migration United Nations, New York.

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Joseph, Ian and Gunter, Anthony (2011). What’s a Gang and What’s Race Got to Do With It? Runnymede Perspectives; In Gangs Revisited: What's a Gang and What's Race Got to Do with It? Politics and Policy into Practice Runnymede Trust.

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Gunter, Anthony (2008). Growing up bad: Black youth, ‘road’ culture and badness in an East London neighbourhood. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, 4(3) pp. 349–366.

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Gunter, Anthony (2003). The Trouble with Black (Male) Youth. Criminal Justice Matters, 54(1) pp. 22–23.

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