1. Core Reading 10 items
    1. Comparative criminal justice: making sense of difference - David Nelken 2010

      Book Core

    2. Comparative criminal justice: making sense of difference - David Nelken 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    3. Comparative criminal justice - Francis Pakes 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    4. Comparative criminal justice - Francis J. Pakes 2019

      Book Core

    5. Penal systems: a comparative approach - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, Michael Cavadino, Don Anspach 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    6. Penal systems: a comparative approach - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, Don Anspach 2006

      Book 

    7. Justice, community and civil society: a contested terrain - Joanna Shapland 2008

      Book 

  2. Seminar 1 8 items
    1. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017, ©2017

      Book  Chapter by Nelken - 'Rethinking Comparative Criminal Justice' - Pages 416-437.

    2. International handbook of criminology - S. Giora Shoham, Paul Knepper, Martin Kett ©2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 8 by Aebi - 'Methodological Issues in the Comparison of Police-Recorded Crime Rates'

    3. International handbook of criminology 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 8 by Aebi - 'Methodological Issues in the Comparison of Police-Recorded Crime Rates'

  3. Seminar 2 9 items
    1. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017, ©2017

      Book Core Chapter by Reiner - 'Political Economy, Crime, and Criminal Justice'

    2. Penal policy and political economy - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan 11/2006

      Article Core

    3. Criminal justice and political cultures: national and international dimensions of crime control - Tim Newburn, Richard Sparks 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter by Newburn & Sparks - 'Criminal Justice and Political Cultures'

    4. Criminal justice and political cultures: national and international dimensions of crime control - Tim Newburn, Richard Sparks 2012

      Book Core Chapter by Newburn & Sparks - 'Criminal Justice and Political Cultures'

    5. Penal systems: a comparative approach - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, Michael Cavadino, Don Anspach 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 1 - Introducing Comparative Penology

    6. Penal systems: a comparative approach - Michael Cavadino, James Dignan, Don Anspach 2006

      Book Optional Chapter 1 - Introducing Comparative Penology

    7. Justice, community and civil society: a contested terrain - Joanna Shapland 2008

      Book Core Chapter 1 - 'Contested Ideas of Community and Justice'

    8. Justice, community and civil society: a contested terrain - Joanna Shapland 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 1 - 'Contested Ideas of Community and Justice'

  4. Seminar 3 7 items
    1. Comparative criminal justice and globalization - David Nelken 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter by Brants - 'Comparing Criminal Process as Part of Legal Culture'

    2. Comparative criminal justice and globalization - David Nelken 2016

      Book 

    3. Jury Systems Around the World - Valerie P. Hans 12/2008

      Article Further

    4. Comparative criminal justice - Francis Pakes 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 5

  5. Seminar 4 19 items
    1. Criminal justice in transition: the Northern Ireland context - Nicola Carr 2015, ©2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter by Topping - 'Policing in Transition'

    2. Criminal justice in transition: the Northern Ireland context 2017

      Book Further Chapter by Topping - 'Policing in Transition'

    3. Criminal justice and political cultures: national and international dimensions of crime control - Tim Newburn, Richard Sparks 2012

      Book Further

    4. Comparative criminal justice - Francis Pakes 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 4

    5. International Journal of Police Science & Management

      Journal  Terpstra & Fyfe (2019) 'Great Expectations? Assessing the creation of national police organisations in Scotland and the Netherlands'

    6. Plural policing: a comparative perspective - Trevor Jones, Tim Newburn c2006 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    7. Plural policing: a comparative perspective - Trevor Jones, Tim Newburn 2006

      Book 

    8. Who patrols the streets?: an international comparative study of plural policing - Jan Terpstra, Bas van Stokkom, Ruben Spreeuwers 2013, ©2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    9. Who patrols the streets?: an international comparative study of plural policing - Jan Terpstra, Ruben Spreeuwers, Bas van Stokkom, WODC, Ministry of Security and Justice 2013

      Book Further

    10. Handbook of policing - Tim Newburn 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter by Mawby - 'Models of Policing'

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

      Book Core Chapter by Mawby - 'Models of Policing'

    12. Handbook of policing - Tim Newburn 2008

      Book Core Chapter by Mawby - 'Models of Policing'

  6. Seminar 5 15 items
    1. Penal exceptionalism?: Nordic prison policy and practice - Thomas Ugelvik, Jane Dullum 2012

      Book Further

    2. Penal exceptionalism?: nordic prison policy and practice - Thomas Ugelvik, Jane Dullum 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. Comparative criminal justice - Francis Pakes 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 9

    4. Explaining imprisonment in Europe - Tapio Lappi-Seppälä 07/2011

      Article Core

    5. The Scandinavian Prison Study (Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology) - Stanton WheelerHugh F. ClineDavid J. Armor& 0 more 2019

      Book 

  7. Seminar 6 9 items
    1. Community punishment: European perspectives 2016

      Book Core

    2. Probation journal - Napo (Great Britain)

      Journal Core Special Edition - Volume 58, Issue 4 - Includes articles relating to probation in America, France, Russia, Australia, Japan, Norway and Korea.

    3. Alternatives to Imprisonment in Comparative Perspective - Anna Alvazzi Zvekic, Uglijesa; del Frate 1994

      Book Further

  8. Seminar 7 34 items
    1. Mind the gap - Andrew Henley 09/2018

      Article Core

    2. A comparative, cross-cultural criminal career analysis - Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, Ineke Haen Marshall, Alex R Piquero 07/2015

      Article Core

    3. The Routledge companion to rehabilitative work in criminal justice - Pamela Ugwudike, Hannah Graham, Fergus McNeill, Peter Raynor 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter by Graham and McNeill - 'Diversifying Desistance Research'

    4. The Routledge companion to rehabilitative work in criminal justice 2020

      Book Further Chapter by Graham and McNeill - 'Diversifying Desistance Research'

    5. The architecture of desistance 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter 2 by Segev - 'Comparing the Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Desistance

    6. The architecture of desistance 2019

      Book Core Chapter 2 by Segev - 'Comparing the Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of Desistance'

    7. Criminal careers in transition: the social context of desistance from crime - Stephen Farrall, Ben Hunter, Gilly Sharpe, Adam Calverley 2014

      Book 

    8. Criminal careers in transition: the social context of desistance from crime - Stephen Farrall, Ben Hunter, Gilly Sharpe, Adam Calverley 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    9. Understanding desistance from crime: emerging theoretical directions in resettlement and rehabilitation - Stephen Farrall, Adam Calverley 2006

      Book 

    10. The dynamics of desistance: charting pathways through change - Deirdre Healy 2012

      Book 

    11. Social structures and desistance from crime - Stephen Farrall, Anthony Bottoms, Joanna Shapland 11/2010

      Article 

    12. Mind the Gap: Hong Kong’s Sexual Conviction Record Scheme - Rebecca ONG, Sandy SABAPATHY, Wing Hong CHUI 12/2015

      Article 

    13. Setting Aside Criminal Convictions in Canada - Rick Ruddell, L. Thomas Winfree 12/2006

      Article 

  9. Seminar 8 4 items
    1. Comparative criminal justice and globalization - David Nelken 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Chapter by Munice - 'On Globalisation and Exceptionalism' AND Chapter by Downes - 'Comparative Criminology, Globalisation and the 'Punitive Turn''

    2. Comparative criminal justice and globalization - David Nelken 2016

      Book 

    3. Policy mobilities and comparative penality - Tim Newburn, Trevor Jones, Jarrett Blaustein 11/2018

      Article Core

    4. Comparative criminal justice - Francis Pakes 2019 (electronic resource)

      Book  Chapter 14

  10. Additional Reading 4 items