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  • Adams, J. (1995) Risk. London: UCL Press
  • Agnew, R. (1985) "A Revised Strain Theory of Delinquency", Social Forces, 64,151- 167
  • Anderson, E. (1994) "The Code of the Streets", Atlantic Monthly, 80-92
  • Anonello, S., Cellini, R. (1998) "Economic Activity and Crime in the Long Run: An Empirical Investigation on Aggregate Data from Italy 1951-1994" International Review of Law Economics, 18, 279-292.
  • Ashworth, A. (1994) The Criminal Process. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Bartol, C. & Bartol, A.(1997) Delinquency and Justice: A Psychosocial Approach. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall
  • Beck, U. (1992) The Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity. London: Sage
  • Beck, U. (1998) "The Politics of a Risk Society" in Franklin, J., ed., The Politics of a Risk Society. Oxford: Polity Press.
  • Becker, Gary. (1968) "Crime and Punishment: An Economic Approach" Journal of Political Economy, 76(2), March-April, 169-217.
  • Becker, H. (1963) Outsiders: studies in the sociology of deviance. London: Free Press
  • Beirne & Messershmidt (2000) Criminology.  New York: Oxford University Press
  • Bottoms, A. & Tonry, M. (2002) Ideology, Crime and Criminal Justice: A Symposium in Honour of Sir Leon Radzinowicz, Devon: Willan
  • Bottoms, A. & Wiles, P. (1999) "Environmental Criminology" in Maguire, M. et al., ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 3rd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Box, S. (1981) Deviance Reality and Society. London: Macmillan
  • Box, S. (1987) Recession, Crime and Punishment. London: Macmillan, 1987
  • Brathwaite, J. (1979) Inequality, Crime and Public Policy. London: Routledge
  • Caspi, A. (1994)  "Are Some People Crime Prone? Replications of the Personality-Crime Relationship Across Countries, Genders, Races and Methods", Criminology 32,163-95
  • Cloward, R., & Ohlin, L. (1960) Delinquency & Opportunity. Free Press: New York
  • Clutterbuck, R. (1991) "Technology and Civil Liberties" in Clutterbuck, R. ed., Counter-Terrorism in Europe: Implications of 1992. London: Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism.
  • Cohen, A. (1955) Delinquent Boys: The Culture of the Gang. Illinois: Free Press
  • Cohen, S. (1971) Images of Deviance. Harmondsworth: Penguin
  • Cohen, S. (1988) Against Criminology. Oxford: Transaction.
  • Corman, H. & Morcan, H.N. (2000) "A Time-Series Analysis of Crime, Deterrance and Drug Abuse in New York City". American Economic Review, 90(3), June, 584-604.
  • Crawford, A. (2002) Crime and Insecurity: The Governance of Safety in Europe, Devon: Willan.
  • Dingwall, G. & Moody, S. (1999) Crime and Conflict in the Countryside. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
  • Downes, D. (1966) The Delinquent Solution: a Study in Subcultural Theory. London: Routledge
  • Downes, D. & Morgan, M. (2002) "The Skeleton in the Cupboard: The Politics of Law and Order at the Turn of the Millennium" in Maguire, M. Morgan, R. and Reiner, R. ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Downes, D. & Rock, P. (2007) Understanding Deviance: A Guide to the Sociology of Crime and Rule-Breaking. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Douglas, M. (1998) Missing Persons: A Critique of the Personhood in the Social Sciences. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Douglas, M. (1994) Risk and Blame: Essays in Cultural Theory. London: Routledge.
  • Eck, J. & Weisburd, D. (1995). Crime and Place. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.
  • Ewlad, U. (2000) "Criminal Victimisation and Social Adaptation in Modernity: Fear of Crime and Risk Perception in the New Germany" in Hope, T. & Sparks, R. ed.s., Crime, Risk and Insecurity. London: Routledge.
  • Farrington, D. (2002) "Developmental Criminology and Risk-Focused Prevention" in Maguire, M. et al., ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 3rd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Feeley, M. & Simon, J. (1992) "The New Penology: Notes on the Emerging Strategy of Corrections and its Implications" Criminology, 30, 449-474.
  • Feeley, M. & Simon, J. (1994) "Actuarial Justice: The Emerging New Criminal Law" in Nelken, D., ed., The Futures of Criminology. London: Sage
  • Feldman, P. (1993) Psychology and Crime. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Ferrell, J. (2004) "Boredom, Crime and Criminology" Theoretical Criminology, Special Edition. London: Sage.
  • Ferri, E. (2003) "The Causes of Criminal Behaviour" in Muncie, J., McLaughlin, M., & Hughes, G, Criminological Perspectives: Essential Readings, Sage
  • Field, S. (1999) Trends in Crime Revisited. London: Home Office
  • Floud, J. (1982) "Dangerousness and Criminal Justice" The British Journal of Criminology, 36:4, 213-228.
  • Franklin, J. The Politics of Risk Society. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Gadd, D. & Jefferson, T. (2007) Psychosocial Criminology, London: Sage
  • Garland, D. (1996) "The Limits of the Sovereign State: Strategies of Crime Control in Contemporary Society", British Journal of Criminology, 36/4, 445-471
  • Garland, D. (2001) The Culture of Control: Crime and Social Order in Contemporary Society London: University of Chicago Press
  • Garland, D. (2002) "Of Crime and Criminals" in Maguire, M. et al., ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 3rd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Garside, R. (2004) "Understanding and Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour", Paper for the New Left Policy Forum July 1 2004.
  • Geis, G. (2000) "On the Absence of Self-Control as the Basis for a General Theory of Crime: A Critique" Theoretical Criminology,  4, 35-5
  • Giddens, A. (1998) "Risk Society: the Context of British Politics" in Franklin, J., ed. The Politics of a Risk Society. Oxford: Polity Press.
  • Goldsmith, V., McGuire, P. & Mollenkopt, J. (2000) Analysing Crime Patterns: Frontiers of Practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Hayward, K. & Young, J. (2004) "Cultural criminology: some notes on the script" Theoretical Criminology, 8, 259-273
  • Heidensohn, F. (1989) Crime and Society. London: Macmillan
  • Hirschi, T. & Gottfredson, M. (2000) "In Defense of Self-Control", Theoretical Criminology, 4/1,55-69
  • Hollin, C. (1989) Psychology and Crime: An Introduction to Criminological Psychology. London: Routledge
  • Hollin, C. (2002) "Criminological Psychology" in Maguire, M. et al., ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 3rd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Horst, E., Spengler, H. (2000) "Socioeconomic and Demographic Factors of Crime in Germany" International Review of Law and Economics, 20, 75-106.
  • Hudson, B. (2001) "Punishment, Rights and Difference: Defending Justice in the Risk Society" in Stenson, K. & Sullivan, R.R. ed.s. Crime, Risk and Justice. Cullompton: Willian.
  • Hudson, B. (2003) Justice in the Risk Society. London: Sage.
  • James, O. (1995) Juvenile violence in a winner-loser culture: socio-economic and familial origins of the rise in violence against the person. London: Free association books
  • Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice. (2007) Towards a Directory of Irish Criminological Research. Dublin: JCFJ.
    http://www.cfj.ie/content/view/149/90/
  • Jewkes. Y & Letherby, G., Criminology: A Reader. London: Sage
  • Joyce, P. (2006) Criminal Justice: An Introduction to Crime and the Criminal Justice System. Cullompton: Willian.
  • Jupp, V., Davies, P.M. & Francis, P. (2000) Doing Criminological Research, London: Sage
  • Katz, J (1988) Seductions of Crime: moral and sensual attractions in doing evil. New York: Basic Books
  • Kelley, R.D.G. (1994) "Kickin' Reality, Kickin' Ballistics: 'Gangsta Rap' in Post-Industrial Los Angeles" Race Rebels: Culture, Politics and the Black Working Class. New York: Simon and Schuster.
  • Kelly, Morgan. (2000) "Inequality and Crime" Review of Economics and Statistics, 82(4), 530-39.
  • Kerry, P. & Winkelman, R. (1998) Unemployment and Crime: New Answers to an Old Question, IZA (Bonn) Discussion Paper no.25
  • King, R.d. & Wincup, E. (2007) Doing Research on Crime and Justice, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Lacey, N., Wells, C. & Quick, O. (2003) Reconstructing Criminal Law. London: Butterworths.
  • Leddin, A. & Walsh, B. (1998) Macroeconomy of Ireland (4th ed.). Dublin: Gill & MacMillan.
  • Lee, M. (2007) Inventing Fear of Crime: Criminology and the Politics of Anxiety. Collumpton: Willan
  • Lee, M. & Stanko, E. (2002) Researching Violence. London: Routledge.
  • Levitt, S.D. (1995) "Why Do Increased Arrest Rates Appear to Reduce Crime: Deterrence, Incapacitation, or Measurement error?" National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper: 5268, September.
  • Loader, I. & Sparks, R. (2002) "Contemporary Landscapes of Crime, Order and Control: Governance, Risk and Globalisation" in Maguire, M. et al., The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (2nd Ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Maguire, M., Morgan, R. & Reiner, R. (2007) Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Marcus, B., (2004) "Self-Control in the General Theory of Crime: Theoretical Implications of a Measurement Problem", Theoretical Criminology, 8/1,33-55
  • Matza, D. (1964) Delinquency and Drift. London: Wiley
  • Matza, D. (1969) Becoming Deviant. London: Prentice Hall
  • Maxfield, M. & Babbie, E. (2005) Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology. Thompson/ Wadsworth.
  • McCullagh, C. (1999) "Crime and Punishment" Studies, 88(350), 126-132.
  • McLaughlin, E. & Muncie, J. (1996) Controlling Crime, London: Sage
  • Melossi, D (2000) "Changing Representations of the Criminal", British Journal of Criminology, 40/2, 296
  • Merton, R. (1938) "Social Structure and Anomie", American Sociological Review, 3
  • Metcalf, C. & Stenson, K. (2004) "Managing Risk and the Causes of Crime" Criminal Justice Matters, 55, Spring. 8-9, 42.
  • Morrison, W. (1997) Theoretical Criminology: from Modernity to Post-Modernism. London: Cavendish
  • Muncie, J. and McLaughlin, E. (2001) "The Construction and Deconstruction of Crime" in Muncie, J. and McLaughlin, E., ed.s., The Problem of Crime 2nd edition. London: Sage.
  • Muncie, J., McLaughlin, E. & Langan, C. (2001) Criminological Perspectives: A Reader. London: Sage
  • Muncie, J., McLaughlin, M., & Hughes, G, Criminological Perspectives: Essential Readings, Sage
  • Murray, C., The Emerging British Underclass (London: IEA Health and Welfare Unit, 1990)
  • Murray, C. (1983) "The Physical Environment and Community Control of Crime" in Wilson, J.,ed., Crime and Public Policy,  San Francisco: ICS Press.
  • Newburn, T. (2007) Criminology. Collumpton: Willan
  • Noaks, L. & Wincup, E. (2004) Criminological Research: Understanding Qualitative Methods, London: Sage
  • O' Donnell, I. (1998) "Challenging the Punitive Obsession", Irish Criminal Law Journal, 8/1, 51
  • Peay, J. (2002) "Mentally Disordered Offenders, Mental Health and Crimes" in Maguire, M. et al., ed.s, The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 3rd Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Pratt, J. (1996) "Governing the Dangerous: An Historical Overview of Dangerous Offender Legislation", Social and Legal Studies, 5:1, 21-36.
  • Pratt, J., Brown, D., Brown, M., Hallsworth, S. & Morrisson, W. (2005) The New Punitiveness: Trends, Theories, Perspectives, Devon: Willan
  • Presdee, M. (2004) "Cultural Criminology: The Long and Winding Road" Theoretical Criminology, 8, 275
  • Reiner, R. (2002) "Media Made Criminality: The Representation of Crime in the Mass Media", in Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R. ed.s., The Oxford Handbook of Criminality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Rock, P. (2002) "Sociological Theories of Crime" in in Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R. ed.s., The Oxford Handbook of Criminality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Rubenstein, E. & Woodson, R. (1995) "Crime in America: Fighting Back with Moral and Market Virtues" IMPRIMIS August 1995, 24(8)
  • Rudolph, W.E. & Raphael, S. (1999) Identifying the Effect of Unemployment on Crime, CEPR (London) Discussion Paper no. 2129
  • Sampson, R. J. & Laub, J. (1993) Crime in the making: Pathways and Turning Points Through Life. London: Harvard University Press
  • Sampson, R. & Laub, J. (2005) Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents. Thousand Oaks: Sage
  • Sampson, R. & Laub, J. (2006) Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives. Cambridge: Harvard University Press
  • Sampson, R. & Wikstrom, P. (2006) The Explanation of Crime: Context, Mechanisms, Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Sanjay, D., Brand, S., Harries, R., Price, R. (1999) Modelling and Predicting Property Crime Trends (Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Research Study 198). London: Home Office.
  • Sarnoff, A.M. , Gabrielli, W.F. & Hutchings, B. (1998) "Genetic Factors in the Etiology of Crime" in Muncie, J., McLaughlin, E. & Langan, C.M. ed.s., Criminological Perspectives: A Reader. London: Sage, Ch9, 67-80.
  • Sheehy, W. & McKeogh, K. (1995) Power, Social Order, Social Control. Dublin: DCU.
  • Smith, A. & Review Group. (2006) Crime Statistics: An Independent Review. London: Secretary of State for the Home Department.
  • Simon, F. (1999) Trends in Crime Revisited (Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Research Study 195). London: Home Office.
  • Simon, J. (1988) "The Ideological Effects of Actuarial Practices", Law and Society Review. 22, 771-800.
  • Simon, J. (2001) "Entitlement to Cruelty: Neo-Liberalism and the Punitive Mentality in the United States" in Stenson, K. and Sullivan, R.R. ed.s. Crime, Risk and Justice. Cullompton: Willan.
  • Sparks, R. (2000) "Perspectives on Risk and Penal Politics" in Hope, T. & Sparks, R., ed.s., Crime, Risk and Insecurity. London: Routledge.
  • Stephen, P., Deadman, D. & Pyle, D. (2000) "The Relationship Between Crime and Punishment and Economic Conditions: Is Inference Reliable When Crimes are Under-Recorded" Statistics in Society (Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, series A), 163, 81-98.
  • Sudnow, D. (1965) "Normal Crimes: Sociological Features of the Penal Code in a Public Defender Office", Social Problems, 12, 255
  • Sykes, G. & Matza. D. (1957) "Techniques of Neutralization" American Sociological Review 22
  • Taylor, C. (2001) "The Relationship Between Social and Self-Control: Tracing Hirschi's Criminological Career" Theoretical Criminology, 5:3, 369-388.
  • Taylor, I., Walton, P. & Young, J. (1973) The New Criminology: For a Social Theory of Deviance (International Library of Sociology). London: Routledge.
  • Taylor, I. (1999) "Crime in Context: A critical criminology of market societies" in Jewkes, Y., & Letherby, G., Criminology: A Reader. London: Sage.
  • Tonry, M. (2003) "Evidence, Elections and Ideology in the Making of Criminal Justice Policy" in Tonry, M. ed. Confronting Crime: Crime Control Policy under New Labour. Cullompton: Willan.
  • Tonry, M. (2004) Punishment and Politics: Evidence and Emulation in the Making of English Crime Control Policy. Cullompton: Willan.
  • Treadwell, J. (2006) Criminology. London: Sage.
  • Tyler, T. (1994) "Governing Amidst Diversity: The Effect of Fair Decision-making on the Legitimacy of Government" Law and Society Review, 28, 809-831.
  • Vaughan, B., (2000) "Punishment and Conditional Citizenship" Punishment and Society. 2 (1): 23-39.
  • Vaughan, B., (2000) "The Civilising Process and the Janus Face of Modern Punishment". Theoretical Criminology, 4(1): 71-92.
  • Vaughan, B., (2001) "Handle With Care: On the Use of Structuration Theory Within Criminology" British Journal of Criminology. 41 (1), 185-200.
  • Vaughan, B. (2002) "The Punitive Consequences of Consumer Culture", Punishment and Society, 4(2), 195-211.
  • Vaughan, B. (2002) "Cultured Punishments: The Promise of Grid-group Theory", Theoretical Criminology, 4(2), 195-211.
  • Vaughan, B. (2002) "The Potential Dangers of Risk Analysis for the Criminal Justice System", Irish Criminal Law Journal, 12(3), 6-10
  • Vold, G.B., Bernard, T.J. & Snipes, J. (2002) Theoretical Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Von Hirsch, A. et al. (1995) "Overtaking on the Right" New Law Journal, 145, 1501
  • Wager, N. (2004) "Psychobiology and Crime: ADHD" Criminal Justice Matters, 55, 20-21
  • Walker, N. (1982) "Unscientific, Unwise, Unprofitable or Unjust?" The British Journal of Criminology, 22:3, 276-283.
  • Weatherburn, D. (2004) Law and Order in Australia: Rhetoric and Reality. Annandale: The Federation Press.
  • Weisburd, D. & Britt, C. (2003) Statistics in Criminal Justice: 2nd Edition. Thompson/ Wadsworth.
  • Williams, K. (2004) Textbook on Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Wilson, J.Q. (1985) Thinking About Crime. London: Vintage.
  • Witt, R., Clarke, A. & Fielding, N. (1999) "Crime and Economic Activity: A Panel Data Approach", British Journal of Criminology, 39/3.
  • Young, J. (1986) "The Failure of Criminology" in Matthews, R., & Young, J., Confronting Crime. London: Sage.
  • Young, J. (1999) The Exclusive Society. London: Sage

Gender and Crime

  • Adler, F. (1975) Sisters in Crime: The Rise of the New Female Criminal. New York: McGraw-Hill
  • Allen, H. (1987) "Rendering Them Harmless: The Professional Portrayal of Women Charged with Serious Violent Crimes" in Carle, P., & Worrall, A., ed.s, Criminal Justice, 16, Milton Keynes: Open University Press
  • Carrington, K. (1995) "Postmodernism and Feminist Criminologies: Disconnecting Discourses", International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 22, 26.
  • Chesney-Lind, M. (2003) The Female Offender. London: Sage Publications
  • Deakin, J. & Spencer, J.W. (2003) "Women Behind Bars: Explanations and Implications", Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 42/2,123-136
  • Dobash, R., Dobash, R., & Gutteridge, S. (1986) The Imprisonment of Women. Oxford: Basil Blackwell
  • Farrington, D.P. & Painter K.A. (2004) Gender Differences in Offending: implications for risk-focussed prevention. Home Office Online Report 09/04
  • Gelsthorpe, L. & Morris, A. (1990) Feminist Perspectives in Criminology. Milton Keynes: Open University Press
  • Gelsthorpe, L. (2002) "Feminism and Criminology" in Maguire, M.,  Morgan, R. & Reiner, R., ed.s, Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Heidensohn, F. (2002) "Gender and Crime" in Maguire, M., Morgan, R., & Reiner, R., ed.s, Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Jefferson, T. & Carlen, P. (1996) "Masculinity, Social Relations and Crime" British Journal of Criminology, 36/3
  • Kimmel, M., (2000), 'The Gendered Society', Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Lanctot, N. & Le Blanc M. (2002) "Explaining Deviance by Adolescent Females" in Tonry, M., ed., Crime and Justice, 29, 113–202
  • Leonard, E.B. (1982) Women, Crime and Society: a Critique of Criminology Theory New York, Longman
  • McIvor, G. (1998) "Jobs for the Boys: Gender Differences in Referral to Community Service", Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 37,280
  • Messerschmidt, J.W. (1995) "From Patriarchy to Gender: Feminist Theory, Criminology and the Challenge of Diversity" in Rafter, N. H. & Heidensohn, F., ed.s, International Feminist Perspectives in Criminology: Engendering a Discipline, 167-188.Buckingham: Open University Press
  • Messerschmidt, J. (1993) Masculinites and Crime. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc
  • Newburn, T. & Stanko, E. (1995) Just Boys Doing Business? Men Masculinities & Crime. London: Routledge
  • O'Sullivan, C. (1999) "Review Article: Sex and Gender in the Legal Process", Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly, 50, 254
  • Painter, K. & Farrington, D. (2004) "Gender Differences in Crime" Criminal Justice Matters 55, 6
  • Smart, C. (1992) "The Woman of Legal Discourse", Social and Legal Studies, 29
  • Walklate, S.(2004) Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice.  Cullompton: Willan
  • Williams, K. (2004) Textbook on Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Worrall, A. (1989) Offending Women: Female Workers and the Criminal Justice System. Routledge

 

 

 

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