cjm 87: The August 2011 Riots

Wednesday, 14 March 2012
Topical articles include John Shute examining the Coalition strategy towards gang and youth violence and finds it wanting.  Paul Taylor discusses disability hate crime, and Helen Baker cautions against using popular assumptions to explain parent abuse. In the In Focus section, Helen Mills examines the role of a housing support charity in the resettlement of ex-prisoners with a conviction for sexual offences.
To view this issue of cjm online please visit the Taylor & Francis Online website here.

Online access to the back catalogue is available free to all Centre for Crime and Justice Studies' members. To find out more about membership click here. 

In this edition

By P A J Waddington

By Bob Jeffery and Will Jackson

By Sam Waterton and Kanja Sesay

By John Lea and Simon Hallsworth

By Various Authors

By Various Authors