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Criminology and Criminal Justice - February 2006 issue

Posted by Criminal Profiling Staff on: Tuesday 31 January 2006

Special Issue: What Lies Beyond? Problems, Prospects and Possibilities for Life After Punishment: Edited by: Stephen Farrall and Richard Sparks

Stephen Farrall and Richard Sparks -
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Mike Maguire and Peter Raynor -
How the resettlement of prisoners promotes desistance from crime: Or does it?
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Fergus McNeill -
A desistance paradigm for offender management
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Elaine Crawley and Richard Sparks -
Is there life after imprisonment?: How elderly men talk about imprisonment and release
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Ros Burnett and Shadd Maruna -
The kindness of prisoners: Strengths-based resettlement in theory and in action
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Tim McSweeney and Mike Hough -
Supporting offenders with multiple needs: Lessons for the ‘mixed economy’ model of service provision
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Martin Frisher and Helen Beckett -
Drug use desistance
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Simon Hallsworth -
Book Review: Cultural Criminology Unleashed
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Rod Morgan -
Book Review: Power, Discourse and Resistance: A Genealogy of the Strangeways Prison Riot
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Robin Bryant -
Book Review: Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


Graham Smith -
Book Review: The New World of Police Accountability
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2006


J. Robert Lilly -
Book Review: Electronic Monitoring of Offenders: Key Developments Issues in Community and Criminal Justice—Monograph 5


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