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  1. Week 1: OVERVIEW OF THE COURSE AND BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE CJS 0 items
    For those wanting some general background reading prior to the course, please see the attachment on “Additional Readings.”
  2. Week 2: EXPERTS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: NGOS, ACADEMICS AND SCIENTISTS 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Journal of Prisoners on Prisons (Special Issue) 2012

        Journal  Read Richards, S.C., Ross, J.I. et al 'Convict Criminology: Prisoner Re-Entry Policy Recommendations' 16-35. In addition, the editors introduction sets the context nicely .

    2. Further Reading 5 items
      1. Power/knowledge: selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 - Michel Foucault, Colin Gordon c1980

        Book  See Chapter 2 'Prison Talk' by M. Foucault - available as a digitised reading - see next entry

      2. Prison Talk - Michel Foucault

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

  3. Week 3: THE ROLE OF RESEARCH IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: FROM THEORY INTO PRACTICE 6 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
      1. Public criminologies - Christopher Uggen, Michelle Inderbitzin 11/2010

        Article Essential

    2. Further Reading 3 items
      1. Qualitative Research in Criminology (Advances in Criminological Theory #20) 2015

        Book  See Chapter 16: Maruna, S. 'Qualitative Research, Theory Development and Evidence-Based Corrections: Can Success Stories Be “Evidence”?' 311-338

  4. Week 4: ETHICS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 5 items
      1. Research ethics in criminology: dilemmas, issues and solutions 2017

        Book  Please read Chapter 5: Peter Neyroud 'The Ethics of Learning by Testing: The Police, Professionalism and Researching the Police' 77-94. Available as a digitised reading - see next entry.

      2. The Ethics of Learning by Testing: The Police, Professionalism and Researching the Police - Peter Neyroud

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

      3. Doing Criminological Research in Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Contexts - Manuel Eisner, Alpa Parmar

        Chapter  Digitised Reading - Restricted access to students on the course - University username and password required for access

    2. Further Reading 3 items
      1. Changing contours of criminal justice 2016

        Book Further Read Chapter 5: Parmar, A. "Race, Ethnicity and Criminal Jusitce: Refocusing the Criminological Gaze"

  5. Week 5: “QUESTION TIME” PANEL SESSION WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALS 6 items
    1. Essential Reading 3 items
    2. Further reading 3 items
  6. Week 7: CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: POLICE WORK SPEAKER 6 items
    1. Essential reading 3 items
    2. Further reading 3 items
  7. WEEK 8 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: GOVERNING PRISONS SPEAKER - GRAHAM BECK, HMP KIRKHAM 6 items
    1. Essential reading 3 items
      1. Legitimacy and Order in Prisons - J. R. Sparks, A. E. Bottoms 03/1995

        Article 

    2. Further reading 3 items
      1. The prisoner society: power, adaptation, and social life in an English prison - Ben Crewe, Oxford Scholarship Online (Online service) 2009

        Book  Available as an OUP ebook

  8. Week 9: CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: YOUTH JUSTICE 5 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
      1. Youth Justice? - Lesley McAra, Susan McVie 07/2007

        Article 

    2. Further Readings 2 items
  9. Week 10: CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN ACTION: PROBATION SPEAKER 5 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
      1. Transforming Rehabilitation - Lol Burke, Steve Collett 06/2016

        Article 

    2. Further Readings 2 items
      1. ‘Personalisation’ - Chris Fox, Caroline Marsh 06/2016

        Article 

  10. Recent Publications of Interest 2 items
    1. Lammy Review: final report 08/09/2017

      Webpage  An independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the criminal justice system. Available to download from the Gov.UK website

    2. Hate crime, England and Wales, 2017 to 2018

      Book  Official Statistics available via the Gov.UK website