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

Ruth Armstrong, Amy Ludlow, Ingrid Obsuth & Simon Larmour. (2020). ‘The learning happens in the interaction’: exploring the ‘magic’ of the interpersonal in Learning TogetherPrison Service Journal

 

Matthew Bland:

Matthew Bland. (2020). Algorithms can predict domestic abuse, but should we let them?  Published in Policing in the Era of AI and Smart Societies,139-155

Matthew Bland and Barak Aerial. (2020).  Targeting Domestic Abuse with Police Data

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Paolo Campana:

I. Gollini, A. Caimo & Paolo Campana. (2020). Modelling interactions among offenders: A latent space approach for interdependent ego-networksSocial Networks, 63, 134-149

Paolo Campana & Loraine Gelsthorpe. (2020). "Choosing a Smuggler: Decision-making Among Migrants Smuggled to Europe".   European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research

 

Ben Crewe. (2020). ‘The depth of imprisonment’. Punishment & Society

 

Jane Dominey & Loraine Gelsthorpe. (2020). Resettlement and the Case for Women. The Probation Journal

 

Manuel Eisner

Ana Paula Loch, ..., Marcelo Ryngelblum, Manuel Eisner et al. (2020). Victims, bullies and bully–victims: prevalence and association with negative health outcomes from a cross-sectional study in São Paulo, Brazil. International Journal of Public Health

Xanthe Hunt, ..., Stefani du Toit & Manuel Eisner. (2020). Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and mHealth: The Frontiers of the Prevention of Violence Against Children. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence

 

David P. Farrington

David P. Farrington & L. Ahonen. (2020). Rolf Loeber’s research and life-course-persistent offenders. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 30, 153-158

David P. Farrington, A. Barnett & A. Blumstein. (2020). The meaning of “intermittency” in criminal careers. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology, 6, 524-528

E. G. Cohn, David P. Farrington & A. Iratzoqui. (2020). Changes in scholarly influence in major American criminology and criminal justice journals between 1986 and 2015. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 31, 580-608

E. Kobayashi & David P. Farrington. (2020). Why is student deviance lower in Japan than in the United States? Influences of individual, parental, peer, social and environmental factors. International Criminal Justice Review, 30, 365-385

Raquel Espejo-Siles, Izabella Zych, David P. Farrington & Vincent Llorent. (2020) Moral disengagement, victimization, empathy, social and emotional competencies as predictors of violence in children and adolescents. Children and Youth Services Review, 118, 105337

 

Alison Liebling:

Alison Liebling, Berit Johnsen, Bethany E Schmidt et al. (2020). Where two ‘exceptional’ prison cultures meet: Negotiating order in a transnational prison. The British Journal of Criminology

Alison Liebling, Ryan Williams & Elinor Lieber. (2020). More Mind Games: How ‘The Action’ and ‘The Odds’ have Changed in Prison.  The British Journal of Criminology

 

Guy Skinner et al. (2020). A Systematic Literature Review for Evidence Behind the Toxic Trio. Children and Youth Services Review

 

Sumit Kumar, Lawrence Sherman & Heather Strang. (2020). Racial Disparities in Homicide Victimisation Rates: How to Improve Transparency by the Office of National Statistics in England and Wales. Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policing

 

Adam Ramiz, Paul Rock & Heather Strang. (2020). Detecting Modern Slavery on Cannabis Farms: The Challenges of Evidence. Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policing

 

Anina Schwarzenbach, Justice Tankebe & Dietrich Oberwittler. (2020). In Their Own Hands: Young People and Self-Justice Retaliation in Germany. Crime & Delinquency

 

Sara Valdebenito, Manuel Eisner et al. (2020). Evidence for Better Lives Study: a comparative birth-cohort study on child exposure to violence and other adversities in eight low- and middle-income countries – foundational research (study protocol). BMJ Open