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Prison and political violence: the impact and harm of counterterrorism policies. A comparative socio-historical analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Santorso, S. (in press). Prison and political violence: the impact and harm of counterterrorism policies. A comparative socio-historical analysis. Memoria e ricerca, 2 - 2019(May-August), 275-292. https://doi.org/10.14647/93540

The rise of maximum-security prisons. A comparative study between Italy and United Kingdom. The decades between the end of 1960s and 1980s have been characterised by radical transformation, drastic changes and an escalation of political violence. Thr... Read More

Beyond the ‘all seeing eye’: Filipino migrant domestic workers’ contestation of care and control in Hong Kong (2019)
Journal Article
Johnson, M., Lee, M., McCahill, M., & Mesina, L. (2019). Beyond the ‘all seeing eye’: Filipino migrant domestic workers’ contestation of care and control in Hong Kong. Ethnos, https://doi.org/10.1080/00141844.2018.1545794

This paper draws on ethnographic data about Filipino migrant domestic workers’ perceptions of and responses to the use of surveillance cameras in the home to intervene in recent debates about surveillance, care and social control. On the one hand, ou... Read More

Restorative justice in the aftermath of politically-motivated violence: the Basque experience (2019)
Journal Article
Zernova, M. (in press). Restorative justice in the aftermath of politically-motivated violence: the Basque experience. Critical studies on terrorism, https://doi.org/10.1080/17539153.2019.1595922

An emerging body of literature discusses how restorative justice can contribute to the response to terrorism. This paper expresses concerns about the uncritical acceptance of many orthodox assumptions about terrorism inherent in the search for a ‘re... Read More

Migrazioni e carcere: riflessioni su pena e diritti (2018)
Journal Article
Santorso, S. (2018). Migrazioni e carcere: riflessioni su pena e diritti. Antigone, XII(2), 109-128

The article is intended to provide some insights into the troubled relationship between migrants and criminal detention highlighting, through the articulation of concepts such as 'Double track' as this relationship often has been develops through a d... Read More

Social and structural vulnerability to HIV infection in Uganda: A multilevel modelling of AIDS indicators survey data, 2004-2005 and 2011 (2018)
Journal Article
Igulot, P., & A Magadi, M. (2018). Social and structural vulnerability to HIV infection in Uganda: A multilevel modelling of AIDS indicators survey data, 2004-2005 and 2011. Journal of community medicine, 1(2), https://doi.org/10.33582/2637-4900/1008

Introduction: Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) continues to exhibit inequalities in HIV epidemic. As of 2017, about 69.5% of people living with HIV, 64% of new infections and 73% HIV-related deaths were in SSA. Most HIV research conducted in the continent ha... Read More

Weapon-carrying and the reduction of violent harm (2018)
Journal Article
Brennan, I. R. (2019). Weapon-carrying and the reduction of violent harm. The British journal of criminology, 59(3), 571–593. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azy032

Criminology has much to offer activities to reduce the harm of violent incidents –– particularly by reducing weapon-carrying and use – but the discipline’s engagement with the harm reduction agenda has been limited. In addressing this, the paper iden... Read More

The influence of cultural capital and mianzi (face) on mature students’ orientation towards higher education in China (2018)
Journal Article
Guan, S., & Ploner, J. (2018). The influence of cultural capital and mianzi (face) on mature students’ orientation towards higher education in China. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/03057925.2018.1490999

In the wider context of national growth and investment in higher education in China, more mature students seek to gain access to university education. Considering the far-reaching socio-economic and political shifts in contemporary China and its high... Read More

Police-initiated diversion for youth to prevent future delinquent behavior: a systematic review (2018)
Journal Article
Wilson, D. B., Brennan, I., & Olaghere, A. (2018). Police-initiated diversion for youth to prevent future delinquent behavior: a systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews, 14, https://doi.org/10.4073/csr.2018.5

Background Overly punitive responses to youth misconduct may have the unintended consequence of increasing the likelihood of future delinquency; yet, overly lenient responses may fail to serve as a corrective for the misbehavior. Police diversion... Read More

Punishment: Incarceration and the death penalty (2018)
Book Chapter
Johnston, H. (2018). Punishment: Incarceration and the death penalty. In D. Nash, & A. Kilday (Eds.), Murder and Mayhem: Crime in Twentieth Century Britain, 243-270. Palgrave Macmillan

Modern slavery: The neoliberal UK model (2018)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, M. (2018). Modern slavery: The neoliberal UK model. The Socialist Correspondent, 31(18), 15-17

Despite having ratified a range of international conventions prohibiting forced labour and modern slavery, and committing to protect their victims, successive UK governments have failed to adequately meet their responsibilities in these regards. That... Read More

Imprisoned mothers in Victorian England, 1853–1900: Motherhood, identity and the convict prison (2018)
Journal Article
Johnston, H. (2019). Imprisoned mothers in Victorian England, 1853–1900: Motherhood, identity and the convict prison. Criminology & criminal Justice, 19(2), 215-231. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895818757833

This article explores the experiences of imprisoned mothers in the Victorian convict prison system. It argues that motherhood, of central importance to the ideals of Victorian femininity, was disrupted and fractured by women's long-term imprisonment... Read More

Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis (2018)
Journal Article
Clisby, S. (2018). Gender games: practical tools for gender analysis. Studies on Home and Community Science, 11(2), 57-65. https://doi.org/10.1080/09737189.2017.1420382

In this practical methodological piece I provide an illustration of what form gender analysis training might take. This is an example of training that I have devised and employed in various ways and formats in my work with a range of NGOs and non-sta... Read More

Gendering happiness and its discontents (2017)
Journal Article
Clisby, S. (2017). Gendering happiness and its discontents. Journal of gender studies, 26(1), (2-9). doi:10.1080/09589236.2017.1273362. ISSN 0958-9236

Providing an introductory framework to the Special Issue: Gendering Happiness: the power of pleasure, here I consider the highly gendered and political contexts of happiness, pleasure, desire, and the tyrannies of its converse discontents. As this sp... Read More

‘Jesus saves’ and ‘Clothed in Christ’: athletic religious apparel in the Christian CrossFit community (2017)
Journal Article
Ornella, A. D. (in press). ‘Jesus saves’ and ‘Clothed in Christ’: athletic religious apparel in the Christian CrossFit community. Sport in Society, 22(2), 266-280. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2017.1360580

The popular sport of CrossFit has attracted a number of Christians who simultaneously celebrate their passion for their faith and their passion for their sport. In this interplay of sport and religion, fashion becomes an important means for the profe... Read More

The impact of crime: victimisation, harm and resilience (2017)
Book Chapter
Green, S., & Pemberton, A. (2017). The impact of crime: victimisation, harm and resilience. In S. Walklate (Ed.), Handbook of Victims and Victimology, 77-102. (2nd). Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315712871-6

This chapter explores the impact of crime upon people's lives. The specifics of criminal victimisation concern the importance of intent, and the moral and ethical corollaries of the experience of injustice. The impact of crime is a balance between th... Read More

Restorative justice in the Basque peace process: some experiments and their lessons (2017)
Journal Article
Zernova, M. (2017). Restorative justice in the Basque peace process: some experiments and their lessons. Contemporary Justice Review, 20(3), 363-391. https://doi.org/10.1080/10282580.2017.1348899

This paper contributes to the literature that analyses application of restorative justice in transitional societies. It examines recent attempts to employ restorative justice in the Basque peace process following ETA’s ceasefire. Using the Basque exp... Read More

Multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS (2017)
Journal Article
Magadi, M. A. (2017). Multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa in the context of HIV/AIDS. Health and Place, 46, 37-48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthplace.2017.04.006

This paper examined national variations and multilevel determinants of teenage childbearing in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) in the context of HIV/AIDS using data from recent Demographic and Health Surveys conducted in 29 countries of SSA. Results showed... Read More

Choreography, controversy and child sex abuse: Theoretical reflections on a cultural criminological analysis of dance in a pop music video (2017)
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Dearey, M. (2018). Choreography, controversy and child sex abuse: Theoretical reflections on a cultural criminological analysis of dance in a pop music video. Theoretical Criminology, 22(2), 189-205. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480617699159

This article was inspired by the controversy over claims of ‘pedophilia!!!!’ undertones and the ‘triggering’ of memories of childhood sexual abuse in some viewers by the dance performance featured in the music video for Sia’s ‘Elastic Heart’ (2015).... Read More

‘In the margins of Europe’ : Cypriot nationalism, liminality and the moral economy of the financial crisis (2017)
Journal Article
Argyrou, V. (2017). ‘In the margins of Europe’ : Cypriot nationalism, liminality and the moral economy of the financial crisis. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 23(1), 118-132. https://doi.org/10.1080/13537113.2017.1273691

This article argues that Greek Cypriot nationalism has been in large part motivated by the misconceived idea of Cyprus becoming a modern, European society. Although Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004, the perception of it by the European north... Read More