1. Core Module Texts 7 items
    1. The penal system: an introduction - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, George Mair 2013

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    2. Crime and society in England, 1750-1900 - Clive Emsley 2018

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    3. Crime and society in England, 1750-1900 - Clive Emsley 2018 (electronic resource)

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  2. Week One 14 items
    1. Digitised Resource 1 item
      1. The History of Crime and Crime Control Institutions - Clive Emsley

        Chapter  Digitised chapter 7 The History of Crime and Crime Control Institutions by Clive Emsley pp203-230 in 3rd edition, 2002, AVAILABLE via Online link.

    2. Crime and the courts in England, 1660-1800 - J. M. Beattie 1986

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    3. Social principles and the democratic state - S. I. Benn, R. S. Peters 2010 (electronic resource)

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    4. Crime and society in England, 1750-1900 - Clive Emsley 2018

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    5. Crime and society in England, 1750-1900 - Clive Emsley 2018

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    6. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

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    7. Albion's fatal tree: crime and society in eighteenth-century England - Douglas Hay 2011

      Book Further Read Chapter Hay, D. (1975) 'Property, Authority and the Criminal Law'

    8. Justice through punishment: a critique of the 'justice' model of corrections - Barbara Hudson 1987

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    9. The metaphysics of morals - Immanuel Kant, Mary J. Gregor 2017

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    10. FATAL FLAWS - John H. Langbein 1983

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    11. Doing time: an introduction to the sociology of imprisonment - Roger Matthews 2009

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  3. Week Two 13 items
    1. The philosophy of punishment: a collection of papers - Harry Burrows Acton 1969

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    2. Social principles and the democratic state - S. I. Benn, R. S. Peters 2010 (electronic resource)

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    3. Punishment: the supposed justifications revisited - Ted Honderich 2006

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    4. Justice through punishment: a critique of the 'justice' model of corrections - Barbara Hudson 1987

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    5. The metaphysics of morals - Immanuel Kant, Mary J. Gregor 2017

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    6. Doing time: an introduction to the sociology of imprisonment - Roger Matthews 2009

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    7. Prisons & punishment: the essentials - David Gordon Scott, Nick Flynn 2014

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  4. Week Three 6 items
    1. Direct action and liberal democracy - April Carter 2010 (electronic resource)

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    2. Democracy and disobedience - Peter Singer 1974

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  5. Week Four 26 items
    1. Human rights: a very short introduction - Andrew Clapham 2015

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    2. States of denial: knowing about atrocities and suffering - Stanley Cohen 2001

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    3. State, power, crime - Roy Coleman 2009

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    4. What are human rights? - Maurice Cranston 1973

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    5. Universal human rights in theory and practice - Jack Donnelly 2013

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    6. Universal human rights in theory and practice - Jack Donnelly 2013 (electronic resource)

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    7. The enforcement of morals - Patrick Devlin 2009

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    8. Human rights: an interdisciplinary approach - Michael Freeman 2011

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    9. Mill on liberty: a defence - John Gray 2015

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    10. Mill on liberty: a defence - John Gray 1996 (electronic resource)

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    11. John Stuart Mill's On liberty - J. C. Rees, Geraint Williams 1985

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    12. State crime: governments, violence and corruption - Penny Green, Tony Ward 2004

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    13. Law, liberty and morality - H. L. A. Hart 1963

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    14. J. S. Mill "On liberty" in focus - John Stuart Mill, G. W. Smith, John Gray 1991

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    15. Law, morality and religion in a secular society - Basil Mitchell 1970

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    16. John Stuart Mill's On liberty - J. C. Rees, Geraint Williams 1985

      Book Further Read Chapter: Rees, J. (1985) 'A Re-reading of Mill On Liberty'

    17. Mill on liberty - Jonathan Riley 1998

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    18. John Stuart Mill - William Stafford c1998

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    19. Unmasking the crimes of the powerful: scrutinizing states & corporations - Steve Tombs, David Whyte 2009

      Book Further Read chapter: Tombs, S. & Whyte, D. (2003) “Scrutinizing the Powerful: Crime, Contemporary Political Economy & Critical Social Research”

  6. Week Five 22 items
    1. Public inquiries - Jason Beer 2011

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    2. Scarman and After - Benyon J. 1984

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    3. Policing by coercion: the Police and Criminal Evidence Bill - Louise Christian, Greater London Council. Police Committee Support Unit 1983

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    4. Crime and society in England, 1750-1900 - Clive Emsley 2018

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    5. Crime, class and corruption: the politics of the police - Audrey Farrell 1992

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    6. POLICING THE CITY - ANDREW T. HARRIS September 1, 2004 (Hardcover)

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    7. Handbook of policing - Tim Newburn 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read chapters: Jones T (2008) ‘The Accountability of Policing’ Newburn. T. (2008) ‘Policing since 1945’

    8. The Stephen Lawrence inquiry: report of an inquiry by Sir William Macpherson of Cluny - William Macpherson of Cluny, Great Britain. Home Office 1999

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    9. Hooligan: a history of respectable fears - Geoffrey Pearson 1983

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    10. The politics of the police - Robert Reiner 2000

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    11. The Scarman report - Scarman, Leslie George Sir 1983

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    12. The state of the police - Phil Scraton 1985

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    13. Crime and society: readings in history and theory - Mike Fitzgerald, Gregor McLennan, Jennie Pawson, Open University 1988

      Book Further Read chapter: Storch RD (1975) ‘The Plague of Blue Locusts: Police Reform and Popular Resistance in Northern England 1840-1857’

    14. Crime and society: readings in history and theory - Mike Fitzgerald, Gregor McLennan, Jennie Pawson 1981 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read chapter: Storch RD (1975) ‘The Plague of Blue Locusts: Police Reform and Popular Resistance in Northern England 1840-1857’

  7. Week Six 8 items
    1. Sentencing and punishment: the quest for justice - Susan M. Easton, Christine Piper 2016

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    2. Power/knowledge: selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 - Michel Foucault, Colin Gordon 1980

      Book Further Read chapter: Foucault, M. (1977) “Two Lectures”

    3. The handbook of the criminal justice process - Michael McConville, Geoffrey Wilson 2002

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    4. Criminal justice - Andrew Sanders, Richard Young, Mandy Burton c2010

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  8. Week Seven 10 items
    1. Sledgehammer: women's imprisonment at the millennium - Pat Carlen 1998

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    2. The female offender: girls, women, and crime - Lisa Pasko, Meda Chesney-Lind 2012

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    3. Gender and power: society, the person and sexual politics - Raewyn Connell 1987

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    4. Women who offend - Gill McIvor 2004

      Book Further Read Chapter: Gelsthorpe, L. (2004) ‘Female Offending: A Theoretical Overview’

    5. Gender, crime and criminal justice - Sandra Walklate 2011

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  9. Week Eight 12 items
    1. Power, discourse and resistance: a genealogy of the Strangeways prison riot - Eamonn Carrabine 2004

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    2. The penal system: an introduction - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, George Mair 2013

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    3. Strangeways 1990: a serious disturbance - Nicki Jameson 1995

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    4. Handbook on prisons - Rob Allen 2016 (electronic resource)

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    5. Penal Policy and Social Justice - Barbara Hudson 1993

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    6. Prisons after Woolf: reform through riot - Elaine Player, Michael Jenkins 1994

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    7. Controversial issues in prisons - David Scott, Helen Codd 2010

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    8. Controversial issues in prisons - David Scott, Helen Codd 2010 (electronic resource)

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    9. Prisons & punishment: the essentials - David Gordon Scott, Nick Flynn 2014

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  10. Week Nine 13 items
    1. History of madness - Michel Foucault, Jonathan Murphy 2004, ©2004

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    2. The divided self: an existential study in sanity and madness - R. D. Laing 2010

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    3. Critical psychiatry 2004

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    4. Self and others - R. D. Laing 1999 (electronic resource)

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    5. A sociology of mental health and illness - Anne Rogers, David Pilgrim 2014 (electronic resource)

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    6. A social history of madness: stories of the insane - Roy Porter 1987

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    7. The Power of psychiatry - Peter M. Miller, Nikolas Rose 1986

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    8. The myth of mental illness: foundations of a theory of personal conduct - Thomas Stephen Szasz 2010

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  11. Week Ten 10 items
    1. Restorative justice & responsive regulation - John Braithwaite 2002 (electronic resource)

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    2. Folk devils and moral panics: the creation of the Mods and Rockers - Stanley Cohen 2011

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    3. Restorative justice: how it works - Marian Liebmann 2007 (electronic resource)

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    4. Crime, disorder, and community safety: a new agenda? - Roger Matthews, John Pitts 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read chapter: Pitts, John (2001) ‘The New Correctionalism: Young People, Youth Justice & New Labour’ in Pitts, J. & Matthews, R

    5. Youth Justice: A Critical Introduction - Stephen Case 2018

      Book Further Read chapters 6 & 7

    6. Comparative youth justice: critical issues - John Muncie, Barry Goldson 2006

      Book Further Read chapter: Muncie, J. and Goldson, B. (2006) ‘England & Wales: The New Correctionalism’

    7. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

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    8. Rougher justice: anti-social behaviour and young people - Peter Squires, Dawn Stephen 2005

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  12. Week Eleven 18 items
    1. Ten men dead: the story of the 1981 Irish hunger strike - David Beresford 1994

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    2. Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? June 2004 (Paperback)

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    3. Modernity and the Holocaust - Zygmunt Bauman 2007, c1989 (electronic resource)

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    4. Modernity and the Holocaust - Zygmunt Bauman c2000

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    5. Who rules the world? - Noam Chomsky 2017

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    6. The Futures of criminology - David Nelken 1994

      Book Further Read chapter: Feeley, M., & Simon, J. (1994) “Actuarial Justice: The Emerging New Criminal Law”,

    7. Moral Agent or Actuarial Subject: - KELLY HANNAH-MOFFAT 02/1999

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    8. Expanding Realms of the New Penology - KIMBERLY KEMPF-LEONARD, ELICKA S.L. PETERSON 01/2000

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    9. Crime and the risk society 1998

      Book Further Read chapter: Glaser, D. (1998). Who Gets Probation & Parole: Case Study versus Actuarial Decision Making

    10. Hidden agendas - John Pilger 1999

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    11. Youth crime and justice: critical issues - Barry Goldson, John Muncie 2006

      Book Further Read chapter: Smith, R. (2006) ‘Actuarialism & Early Intervention in Contemporary Youth Justice in’

  13. Visions of social control: crime, punishment and classification - Stanley Cohen 1985

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