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Dr Roy Coleman B.A, M.A, PhD

Lecturer Sociology and Criminology Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Publications

Selected Publications

  1. Surveillance and Crime (Book - 2011)
  2. 'They just look wrong': visualizing 'crime' and grime in the post social city (Journal article - 2009)
  3. Policing the Working Class in the City of Renewal (Chapter - 2009)
  4. Reclaiming the Streets: Surveillance, Social Control and the City (Book - 2004)
  5. Imagining the City State: Synoptic Power and Urban Ordering (Chapter - 2013)

2018

The Synoptic City: State, ‘Place’ and Power (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2018). The Synoptic City: State, ‘Place’ and Power. Space and Culture, 120633121775178. doi:10.1177/1206331217751780

DOI: 10.1177/1206331217751780

2014

Surveillance (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2014). Surveillance. In A Companion to Criminal Justice, Mental Health & Risk.

2013

Imagining the City State: Synoptic Power and Urban Ordering (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2013). Imagining the City State: Synoptic Power and Urban Ordering. In K. Ball, & L. Snider (Eds.), The Surveillance-Industrial Complex (pp. 177-198). London: Routledge.

‘Managing the Mendicant: Repression and Regeneration in Liverpool’ (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2013). ‘Managing the Mendicant: Repression and Regeneration in Liverpool’. Criminal Justice Matters.

2011

Surveillance and Crime (Book)

Coleman, R., & McCahill, M. (2011). Surveillance and Crime. London: Sage.

2009

'They just look wrong': visualizing 'crime' and grime in the post social city (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2009). 'They just look wrong': visualizing 'crime' and grime in the post social city. Criminal Justice Matters.

Culture and Curfew in Fantasy City: Whose time, whose place? (Journal article)

Coleman, R., & Hancock, L. (2009). Culture and Curfew in Fantasy City: Whose time, whose place?. Nerve, (14), 12-13. Retrieved from http://www.catalystmedia.org.uk/

Policing the Working Class in the City of Renewal (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2009). Policing the Working Class in the City of Renewal. In R. Coleman, J. Sim, S. Tombs, & D. Whyte (Eds.), State, Power, Crime (pp. i-347). London: Sage.

State, Power, Crime (Book)

Coleman, R., Sim, J., Tombs, S., & Whyte, D. (Eds.) (2009). State, Power, Crime. London: Sage Publishers.

Surveillance and Social Ordering (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2009). Surveillance and Social Ordering. In D. Drake, J. Muncie, & L. Westmorland (Eds.), Criminal Justice: Local and Global (pp. 176-199). Cullompton: Open University/Willan.

2008

Carceral Society (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2008). Carceral Society. In Y. Ywekes, & J. Bennett (Eds.), Dictionary of Prisons and Punishment (pp. 32-34). Cullompton: Willan.

Social Harm (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2008). Social Harm. In B. Goldson (Ed.), Dictionary of Youth Justice (pp. 329-331). Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

2007

Confronting the hegemony of vision (Chapter)

Coleman, R., & al, E. (2007). Confronting the hegemony of vision. In K. Corteen (Ed.), Expanding the Criminological Imagination (pp. 46-88). Cullompton: Willan.

The new politics of surveillance and visibility. (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2007). The new politics of surveillance and visibility.. British Journal of Criminology, 47, 364-366. doi:10.1093/bjc/azm008

DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azm008

Whose Right to the City? Surveillance and Policing of the Working Class in the Regenerating City (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2007). Whose Right to the City? Surveillance and Policing of the Working Class in the Regenerating City. In R. Roberts, & W. McMahon (Eds.), Social Justice and Criminal Justice (pp. 170-185). London: Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. Retrieved from http://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/opus408/socialjusticecriminaljusticeweb.pdf

2005

'Contemporary Statecraft and the 'Punitive Obsession': A Critique of the New Penology Thesis' (Chapter)

Coleman, R., & Sim, J. (2005). 'Contemporary Statecraft and the 'Punitive Obsession': A Critique of the New Penology Thesis'. In J. Pratt, D. Brown, S. Hallsworth, M. Brown, & W. Morrison (Eds.), The New Punitiveness: Current Trends, Theories and Perspectives (pp. 101-118). Cullompton: Willan.

Capital, Crime Control and Statecraft in the Entrepreneurial City (Journal article)

Coleman, R., Tombs, S., & Whyte, D. (2005). Capital, Crime Control and Statecraft in the Entrepreneurial City. Urban Studies, 42(13).

Capital, crime control and statecraft in the entrepreneurial city (Journal article)

Coleman, R., Tombs, S., & Whyte, D. (2005). Capital, crime control and statecraft in the entrepreneurial city. URBAN STUDIES, 42(13), 2511-2530. doi:10.1080/00420980500380428

DOI: 10.1080/00420980500380428

Surveillance in the city: Primary definition and urban spatial order (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2005). Surveillance in the city: Primary definition and urban spatial order. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, 1(2), 131-148. doi:10.1177/1741659005054018

DOI: 10.1177/1741659005054018

Terrorism, Risk and the City (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2005). Terrorism, Risk and the City. Unknown Journal, 12(2), 167-197.

2004

'Reclaiming the Streets: Closed Circuit Television, Neoliberalism and the Mystification of Social Divisions' (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2004). 'Reclaiming the Streets: Closed Circuit Television, Neoliberalism and the Mystification of Social Divisions'. Surveillance and Society, (2/3)(2).

Images from a Neoliberal City: The State, Surveillance and Social Control (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2004). Images from a Neoliberal City: The State, Surveillance and Social Control. Critical Criminology, 12(1), 21-42. doi:10.1023/B:CRIT.0000024443.08828.d8

DOI: 10.1023/B:CRIT.0000024443.08828.d8

Reclaiming the Streets: Surveillance, Social Control and the City (Book)

Coleman, R. (2004). Reclaiming the Streets: Surveillance, Social Control and the City. Collompton: Willan Publishing.

Watching the degenerate: street camera surveillance and urban regeneration (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2004). Watching the degenerate: street camera surveillance and urban regeneration. Local Economy, 19(3), 199-211. doi:10.1080/0269094042000230559

DOI: 10.1080/0269094042000230559

2003

'CCTV Surveillance, Power and Social Order: The State of ontemporary Social Control' (Chapter)

Coleman, R. (2003). 'CCTV Surveillance, Power and Social Order: The State of ontemporary Social Control'. In S. Tombs, & D. Whyte (Eds.), Researching the Crimes of the Powerful: Scrutinising States and Corporations (pp. 87-104). New York: Peter Lang.

Surveillance as Social Sorting: Privacy, Risk and Digital Discrimination (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2003). Surveillance as Social Sorting: Privacy, Risk and Digital Discrimination. Unknown Journal, 12(4), 556-558.

The Surveillance Web (Journal article)

Coleman, R. (2003). The Surveillance Web. Unknown Journal, 12(2), 281-282.

2002

Power, Politics and Partnerships (Chapter)

Coleman, R., Sim, J., & Whyte, D. (2002). Power, Politics and Partnerships. In G. Hughes, & A. Edwards (Eds.), Crime Control and Community: the new politics of public safety (pp. 86-108). Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Surveillance, Power and Social order (Thesis / Dissertation)

Coleman, R. (2002). Surveillance, Power and Social order. (PhD Thesis, Liverpool John Moores University).

2001

Eye Spy (Journal article)

Carter, H. (2001). Eye Spy. The Guardian, 1 plus 3.

‘The State’ (Chapter)

Coleman, R., & Coleman, R. (2001). ‘The State’. In McLaughlin, E and Muncie, J, & E. McLaughlin (Eds.), The Sage Dictionary of Criminology. London: Sage.

2000

'You'll never walk alone': CCTV surveillance, order and neo-liberal rule in Liverpool city (Journal article)

Sim, R. C. J. (2000). 'You'll never walk alone': CCTV surveillance, order and neo-liberal rule in Liverpool city. British Journal of Sociology, 51(4), 623-639. doi:10.1080/00071310020015299

DOI: 10.1080/00071310020015299

1998

From the Dockyards to the Disney Store: Surveillance, Risk and Security in Liverpool (Journal article)

Coleman, R., & Sim, J. (1998). From the Dockyards to the Disney Store: Surveillance, Risk and Security in Liverpool. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 12(1), 27-46.
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