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Publications: March - July 2020

Please find below a list of recent publications by members of the Institute of Criminology:

Ruth Armstrong and Amy Ludlow 'What's so good about participation? Politics, ethics and love in Learning Together'.  Methodological Innovations 
Matthew Bland Algorithms can predict domestic abuse, but should we let them?  Published in Policing in the Era of AI and Smart Societies
I. Gollini, A. Caimo and Paolo Campana Modelling interactions among offenders: A latent space approach for interdependent ego-networks. Social Networks
Paolo Campana Human Smuggling: Structure and Mechanisms. Crime and Justice
Paolo Campana and F. Varese Studying organized crime networks: data sources boundaries and the limits of structural measures. Social Networks
Ben Crewe and Alice Ievins 'Tightness’, recognition and penal powerPunishment & Society Journal
Jane Dominey and Loraine Gelsthorpe

Resettlement and the Case for Women. The Probation Journal

Aimee Neaverson, Aja Louise Murray, Denis Ribeaud, and Manuel Eisner A Longitudinal Examination of the Role of Self-Control in the Relation between Corporal Punishment Exposure and Adolescent AggressionJournal of Youth and Adolescence

Aja Louise Murray, Manuel Eisner, and Denis Ribeaud

Within-person analysis of development cascades between externalising and internalising problemsThe Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Manuel Eisner and Amy Nivette

Violence and the Pandemic, published by the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation

 Manuel Eisner Violence and Pandemic report

Amy Nivette, Denis Ribeaud, Aja Louise Murray, Annekatrin Steinhoff, Laura Bechtiger, Urs Hepp, Lilly Shanahan, and Manuel Eisner

Non-compliance with COVID-19-related public health measures among you ng adults: Insights from a longitudinal cohort study.  SocArXiv Papers 

Marieke Liem, Katharina Krüsselmann, and Manuel Eisner

From Murder to Imprisonment: Mapping the Flow of Homicide Cases—A Systematic ReviewHomicide Studies

Izabela Zych, David P. Farrington, Vicente J. Llorent, Denis Ribeaud, and Manuel Eisner

Childhood Risk and Protective Factors as Predictors of Adolescent Bullying Roles.  International Journal of Bullying Prevention

Loraine Gelsthorpe, Perveez Mody and Brian Sloan (Eds)

Book: Spaces of Care

 Spaces of Care - Book

J. Gunn, P. J. Taylor, A. Forrester, J. Parrott, and Adrian Grounds

Telemedicine in prisons: A Crime in Mind perspective. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health / Volume 30, Issue 2-3

Adrian Grounds, David P. Farrington, and Anthony Bottoms

Professor Donald West, MD, LittD, FRCPsych; June 9, 1924 – January 31, 2020 (Obituary)Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 30 151-152.

Beth Hardie

Book: Studying Situational Interaction: Explaining behaviour by analysing person-environment convergence

 Beth Hardie Book

Alice Ievins

‘Perfectly individualized and constantly visible’? Lateral tightness in a prison holding men convicted of sex offences. Incarceration

Ben Jarman

Only one way to swim? The offence and the life course in accounts of adaptation to life imprisonment.  British Journal of Criminology 

Ben Laws


Reimaging ‘the Self’ in Criminology: Transcendence, Unconscious States and the Limits of Narrative Criminology.   Theoretical Criminology

Alison Liebling, Ryan Williams, and Elinor Lieber

More Mind Games: How ‘The Action’ and ‘The Odds’ have Changed in Prison.  The British Journal of Criminology

Peter Neyroud, David B. Wilson, and Lorraine Mazerolle Campbell Collaboration systematic reviews and the Journal of Experimental Criminology: Reflections on the last 20 years.
A co-authored report by the Lancet Group Commission (Guy C.M. Skinner)

Institutionalisation and deinstitutionalisation of children 1: a systematic and integrative review of evidence regarding effects on developmentThe Lancet, Psychiatry

Guy C.M. Skinner and David P. Farrington

A systematic review and meta-analysis of premature mortality in offendersAggression and Violent Behavior

Guy C.M. Skinner and David P. Farrington

A systematic review and meta-analysis of offending versus suicide in community (non-psychiatric and non-prison) samplesAggression and Violent Behavior

Guy C.M. Skinner, David P. Farrington, and Jonathan P Shepherd

Offender trajectories, health and hospital admissions: relationships and risk factors in the longitudinal Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

Members of the Institute of Criminology and University associates, former Metropolitan Police Commissioners and UK Chief Constables

How to Count Crime: the Cambridge Harm Index Consensus.  The Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policing

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