ICRU's Publications

Please see below for a list of recently published and forthcoming work by members of ICRU. Further publications can be accessed through individual ICRU member profiles.

2017

  • Baldry, E., Briggs, D. B., Goldson, B., & Russell, S. (2018). 'Cruel and unusual punishment': an inter-jurisdictional study of the criminalisation of young people with complex support needs. (Journal article). Journal of Youth Studies, 21(5), 636-652.
  • Cunneen, C., Goldson, B., & Russell, S. (2018). Human rights and youth justice reform in England and Wales: A systemic analysis. (Journal article) Criminology & Criminal Justice, 18(4), 405-430.
  • Ciocchini, P., & Khoury, S. (2018). A Gramscian Approach to Studying the Judicial Decision-Making Process. (Journal article) Critical Criminology, 26(1), 75-90.
  • Ciocchini, P. L. (2017). Cambiando todo para no cambiar nada: Las reformas en el proceso penal bonaerense. (Chapter). In Kostenwein, Ezequiel (Ed.), Sociología de la Justicia Penal (pp. 315-374). Buenos Aires: Ediar.
  • Ciocchini, P., & Kostenwein, E. (2017). Presentación del dossier ‘Estudios actuales sobre la justicia penal’. (Journal article) Derecho y Ciencias Sociales, (17), 1.
  • Ciocchini, P. (2018). Reformers' unfulfilled promises: accountability deficits in Argentinean criminal courts (Journal article). International Journal of Law in Context, 14(01), 22-42.
  • Ciocchini, P. L. (2017). The Relevance of Criminal Courts in the Global South. (Journal article). Laws.
  • Columb, S. (2017). Disqualified Bodies: A Sociolegal Analysis of the Organ Trade in Cairo, Egypt. (Journal article) Law & Society Review, 51(2), 282-312.
  • Columb, S. (2017). Excavating The Organ Trade: An Empirical Study of Organ Trading Networks in Cairo, Egypt. (Journal article). British Journal of Criminology, 57(6), 1301-1321.
  • Crawford, A., & Evans, K. (2017). Crime Prevention and Community Safety. (Chapter). In The Oxford Handbook of Criminology (pp. 797-824). Oxford University Press.
  • Evans, K. (2017). Gender Responsive Justice A Critical Appraisal. (Book). Routledge.
  • Fox, M., & Thomson, M. (2017). Bodily Integrity, Embodiment, and the Regulation of Parental Choice. (Journal article) Journal of Law and Society, 44(4), 501-531.
  • Gibson, M. J. R. (2017). Diminished Responsibility in Golds and Beyond: Insights and Implications.  (Journal article). Criminal Law Review, (7), 543-553.
  • Gibson, M. J. R. (2017). Pragmatism Preserved? The Challenges of Accommodating Mercy Killers in the Reformed Diminished Responsibility Plea. (Journal article). Journal of Criminal Law, 81(3), 177-200.
  • Godfrey, B. (2017). Violence. (Chapter). In A Companion to The History of Crime and Criminal Justice (pp. 271-273).
  • Godfrey, B. (2017). Workplace crime. (Chapter). In A Companion to The History of Crime and Criminal Justice.
  • Godfrey, B., Cox, P., Shore, H., & Alker, Z. (2017). Young criminal lives: Life courses and life chances from 1850. (Book).
  • Hart, E. L., & van Ginneken, E. F. J. C. (2017). New perspectives on desistance: Theoretical and empirical developments. (Book)
  • Hart, E. L. (2017). Prisoners post release: The need for a critical desistance. (Chapter). In Unknown Book (pp. 267). New Perspectives on Desistance: Palgrave.
  • Hart, E. L. (2017). Women Prisoners and the Drive for Desistance: Capital and Responsibilization as a Barrier to Change. Women & Criminal Justice. (Journal article). 27(3), 151-169.
  • Pina-Sanchez, J., Lightowlers, C., & Roberts, J. (2017). Exploring the punitive surge: Crown Court sentencing practices before and after the 2011 English riots. (Journal article). Criminology & Criminal Justice, 17(3), 319-339.
  • Lightowlers, C. (2017). Heterogeneity in Drinking Practices in England and Wales and Its Association With Violent Behavior: A Latent Class Analysis. (Journal article). Substance Use & Misuse, 52(13), 1721-1732.
  • Lightowlers, C., & Pina-Sanchez, J. (2018). Intoxication and Assault: An Analysis of Crown Court Sentencing Practices in England and Wales. (Journal article). British Journal of Criminology, 58(1), 132-154.
  • McGarry, R. (2017). Demystifying the "Victimized State": A Civil-Military Crisis in Waiting?. Illness, crises, and loss. (Journal article). 25(1), 63-84.
  • McGarry, R., & Walklate, S. (2017). The ‘Criminology of War’, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing!. (Journal article). British Society of Criminology Newsletter, 80 (Summer 2017), 42-47.
  • Mythen, G., Walklate, S., & Peatfield, E. -J. (2017). Assembling and deconstructing radicalisation in PREVENT: A case of policy-based evidence making?. (Journal article). Critical Social Policy, 37(2), 180-201.
  • Mythen, G. (2018). Thinking with Ulrich Beck: security, terrorism and transformation. (Journal article). Journal of Risk Research, 21(1), 17-28.
  • Singh, S. F. (2017). ‘Criminalizing Vulnerability: Protecting ‘Vulnerable’ Children and Punishing Their ‘Wicked’ Mothers’,. (Journal article). Social and Legal Studies: an international journal.
  • Shillito, M. (2017, May 22). Criminal Abuse of Non-Traditional Payment Methods: A Comparative Analysis of the Application of Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Frameworks in the United Kingdom, United States and Australia. (Thesis / Dissertation) (University of Liverpool).
  • Rowe, M., Pearson, G., & Turner, E. (2018). Body-Worn Cameras and the Law of Unintended Consequences: Some Questions Arising from Emergent Practices. (Journal article). Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 12(1), 83-90.
  • Turner, E., & Rowe, M. (n.d.). Police culture, talk and action: narratives in ethnographic data. (Journal article). European Journal of Policing Studies, 4(4)-5(1), 52-68.
  • Turner, E. R. (2017). Public Confidence in Criminal Justice A History and Critique. (Book). Springer.
  • Mythen, G., Walklate, S., & Peatfield, E. -J. (2017). Assembling and deconstructing radicalisation in PREVENT: A case of policy-based evidence making?. (Journal article) Critical Social Policy, 37(2), 180-201.
  • Hopkins, A., Walklate, S., & Wheatcroft, J. M. (2017). Indicative influences of retraction in domestic violence. (Conference Paper). In British Society of Criminology Annual Conference. Sheffield.
  • Walklate, S., Fitz-Gibbon, K., & McCulloch, J. (2018). Is more law the answer? Seeking justice for victims of intimate partner violence through the reform of legal categories. (Journal article). Criminology & Criminal Justice, 18(1), 115-131.
  • Walklate, S. (2017). Mediated suffering. (Chapter). In Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology (pp. 166-176).
  • Walklate, S. (2017). Reflections on 'victims' and 'victimisation': An autobiography of ideas. (Chapter). In Criminal Justice Research: Inspiration Influence and Ideation (pp. 31-52).
  • Fitz-Gibbon, K., & Walklate, S. (2017). The efficacy of Clare's Law in domestic violence law reform in England and Wales. (Journal article). Criminology & Criminal Justice, 17(3), 284-300.
  • McGarry, R., & Walklate, S. (2017). The ‘Criminology of War’, what is it good for? Absolutely nothing! (Journal article). British Society of Criminology Newsletter, 80 (Summer 2017), 42-47.
  • Walklate, S. L. (2017). Witnessing and victimhood. (Chapter). In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology: Crime, Media and Popular Cutlure (pp. 1-24). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Briggs, D. B. (2017, May 23). Youth Justice and Youth Penalty in England and Wales: A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration. (Thesis / Dissertation).
  • Waxman, S. R. (2017). Applying the preconception welfare principle and the harm threshold: Doing more harm than good?. (Journal article). Medical Law International, 17(3), 134-157.
  • Kebbell, S. (2017, October 30). Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Issues in Top 50 UK Headquartered Law Firms in England and Wales. (Thesis / Dissertation).
  • Whyte, D. (2017). Deception and the powerful research subject: uncovering neo-liberal corruption in post-war Iraq. (Chapter). In E. Nathan (Ed.), SAGE Research Methods: Cases in Social Science Ethics. London: Sage.
  • Poynting, S., & Whyte, D. (2017). Special Edition: Corruption Downunder - Guest Editors’ Introduction. (Journal article). International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 6(4), 1.
  • Bernat, I., & Whyte, D. (2017). State-Corporate Crime and the Process of Capital Accumulation: Mapping a Global Regime of Permission from Galicia to Morecambe Bay. (Journal article). Critical Criminology, 25(1), 71-86.
  • Whyte, D. (2017). The criminal corporate person. (Chapter). In The Corporation: A Critical, Multi-Disciplinary Handbook (pp. 384-391).