CCLJ Seminar Programme Spring 2013
Nick Johns (SOCSI) & Alison Green (Glyndwr University)
‘Street Pastors in the Night-Time Economy’
‘Beyond an adversarial politics of the street: urban patrol, need and management in the twenty-four hour city’
'Honour', agnation and collectivity in violence against diasporic Middle Eastern women’
‘Evidence-based legislation? The Violence Against Women and Domestic Abuse (Wales) Bill’
'Analysing the police and crime plans of policing and crime commissioners'
'Surveillance and Resistance: Social Control in the Digital Age'
'Narrative Constructions of Miscarriages of Justice'
‘Procedural traditions and miscarriages of justice’
‘Cross-Jurisdictional Research on Criminal Recidivists in Prison: Exploring a developing and developed country context’
‘Cannabis Control in the Netherlands and England and Wales: Weed-ing Out the Initial Findings’