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  1. Preliminary Reading 2 items
    1. Youth justice: ideas, policy, practice - Roger S. Smith 2014

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook

  2. General texts for the course 22 items
    Note: This list is not exhaustive but it does give a good indication of relevant literature
    1. Youth crime and juvenile justice - John Muncie, Barry Goldson 2009

      Book  3 vol set - see below for details and locations

    2. Vol. 1: The "youth problem" - John Muncie, Barry Goldson

      Book 

    3. Vol. 2: Juvenile corrections - John Muncie, Barry Goldson

      Book 

    4. Vol. 3: Children's rights and state responsibilities. - John Muncie, Barry Goldson

      Book 

    5. Youth, crime and justice - Cyndi Banks 2013

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook

    6. Youth justice: Past, present and future - S Case, S Creaney, Jo Deakin, K Haines

      Article  Pre-print accessible via Manchester Research Explorer

    7. Youth justice: ideas, policy, practice - Roger S. Smith 2014

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook

    8. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Maguire, Mike, Morgan, Rodney, Reiner, Robert c2007

      Book  See Chapter 18: Newburn,T. 'Youth Crime and Youth Culture' 575-601

    9. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

      Book  See 42: McAra, L. (2017) 'Youth Justice'

    10. Youth justice: critical readings - Muncie, John, Hughes, Gordon, McLaughlin, Eugene, Open University 2002

      Book 

    11. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Other editions also available

    12. SAGE Companion to Youth and Crime (4th Edition) - John Muncie

      Webpage  Publisher's accompanying website

    13. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

      Book 

    14. Youth offending and restorative justice: implementing reform in youth justice - Crawford, Adam, Newburn, Tim 2003

      Book 

    15. What works in probation and youth justice: developing evidence-based practice - Burnett, Ros, Roberts, Colin 2004

      Book 

    16. The New youth justice - Goldson, Barry 2000

      Book 

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

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook.

    18. Young people and offending: education, youth justice and social inclusion - Martin Stephenson 2005

      Book 

  3. A Useful Journal 1 item
    1. Youth Justice: the journal of the National Association for Youth Justice - National Association for Youth Justice (Great Britain) 2001-

      Journal  Publishes the most up-to-date peer-reviewed journal articles in this area and a good place to search for additional material.

  4. Lecture 1 - Introduction: Juvenile delinquency - the cultural sub-text 21 items
    1. The cultural sub-text 13 items
      1. Understanding youth and crime: listening to youth? - Brown, Sheila 1998

        Book  Also available as a VLeBook

      2. Young people and crime: findings from the 2004 offending, crime and justice survey (HOSB 1706) - Debbie Wilson, Clare Sharp, Alison Patterson

        Document  Available via the UK gov Archive website

      3. Delinquency and opportunity: a theory of delinquent gangs - Richard A. Cloward, Lloyd E. Ohlin 1960

        Book 

      4. Delinquent boys: the culture of the gang - Albert Kircidel Cohen 1955

        Book 

      5. The delinquent solution: a study in subcultural theory - David Downes 1966

        Book 

      6. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

        Book  Chapter 2: pp 20-32

      7. Children in society: contemporary theory, policy and practice - Pam Foley, Jeremy Roche, Stanley Tucker, Open University 2001

        Book  Read Chapter : Goldson, B. 'The demonisation of children: from the symbolic to the institutional' .

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

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 1: Hendrick, H. 'Histories of Youth Crime and Justice' 3-16

      9. Profane culture - Paul E. Willis 1978

        Book 

    2. What we know...official statistics 8 items
      1. Youth Justice Statistics

        Webpage  Available via the GOV.UK website

      2. Young people and offending: education, youth justice and social inclusion - Martin Stephenson 2005

        Book  Chapter 1

      3. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner c2007

        Book  Read Newburn, T. 'Young People, Crime and Youth Justice'

      4. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

        Book  Chapter 1

      5. Flood-Page, Claire - Youth Crime: Home Office Research Study 209 - Home Office.

        Webpage  E-Publication | Available as a pdf file. Click on link for access

      6. Companions in crime: the social aspects of criminal conduct - Warr, Mark 2002

        Book  Read Chapter 3

      7. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner 2002

        Book  Read Chapter ?: Smith, D.J. (2002). 'Crime and the lifecourse'

      8. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

        Book  Chapter 4

  5. Lecture 2 - Theories of juvenile delinquency 11 items
    Combined Reading - also applicable to Lecture 3
    1. Youth justice: ideas, policy, practice - Roger S. Smith 2014

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 7 'Theorizing youth justice' and Chapter 8 'Expecting miracles'

    2. Companions in crime: the social aspects of criminal conduct - Warr, Mark 2002

      Book  Read Chapter 4

    3. Forensic psychology: concepts, debates and practice - Adler, Joannar 2004

      Book  See Paternoster, R. & Moffitt, T.E. ‘Persistent Offending.’ Note, this is a recent review/concise summary of their original (1993) theoretical paper. See next entry for full text of this

    4. Adolescent Development - Laurence Steinberg, Amanda Sheffield Morris 02/2001

      Article 

    5. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

      Book  See Chapter 4

    6. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  ch 3 and 4

    7. Youth crime & justice 2015

      Book  Chapters 2, 3 and 4.

    8. Young People, Crime and Justice - Roger Hopkins Burke 2016

      Book  Available as an Ebook Central eBook. Chapters 7, 8, 9 and 10.

    9. An introduction to life-course criminology - Christoffer Carlsson, Jerzy Sarnecki 2016

      Book  Read Chapters 5: Risk and Prediction of Criminal Careers, 76-95; 6,7,8.

  6. Lecture 3 - Poverty Marginalisation and Criminalisation 0 items
    Combined Reading with Lecture 2 - see listings above
  7. Lecture 4 - Criminal responsibility of minors and sentencing 10 items
    1. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

      Book  Read Chapter 21: Scraton, P. and Haydon, D. 'Challenging the criminalization of children and young people: securing a rights-based agenda'

    2. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

      Book  See Chapter 2

  8. Lecture 5 - Overview of the youth justice system 11 items
    Combined Reading - also applicable to Lecture 7
    1. Youth justice: Past, present and future - S Case, Sean Creaney, Jo Deakin, K Haines

      Article  Pre-print version available via Manchester Research Explorer.

    2. Youth justice: ideas, policy, practice - Roger S. Smith 2014

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 1: 'The 1980s: Margaret Thatcher – soft on crime'; Chapter 2 'Where did it all go wrong?' and Chapter 3 'Old wine, new bottles – New Labour and youth justice'

    3. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

      Book  Read Chapter 2: Harry Hendrick 'Constructions and Reconstructions of British Childhood: an interpretative survey, 1800 to present'

    4. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

      Book  Part II is relevant to the introduction and construction of the concept of youth justice.

    5. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Read Chapter 8

    6. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

      Book  See Chapter 3

    7. The youth justice system in action 3 items
      1. Youth justice 2004: a review of the reformed youth justice system - Audit Commission for Local Authorities and the National Health Service in England and Wales 2004

        Book 

      2. Review of the youth justice system (Cm 9298) - Charlie Taylor Dec 2016

        Book  Available to download from the GOV.UK website.

      3. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

        Book  See Chapters 3,5 and 6

    8. Comparative models of youth justice 2 items
      1. Youth crime and youth justice: comparative and cross-national perspectives - Tonry, Michael, Doob, Anthony N. c2004

        Book 

  9. Lecture 7 - Working with Young People who offend 0 items
    Combined Reading - also applicable to Lecture 7
  10. Lecture 8 - Restorative justice aspects in the youth justice system 20 items
    1. Approaches 7 items
      1. Youth crime and justice: critical issues - Goldson, Barry, Muncie, John 2006

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 8: Haines, K and O'Mahony, D 'Restorative Approaches, Young People and Youth Justice' 110-124

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

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 1: Hendrick, H. 'Histories of Youth Crime and Justice' 3-16

      3. Restorative justice: critical issues - McLaughlin, Eugene, Open University 2003

        Book 

      4. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

        Book  See Chapter 8

      5. Youth offending and restorative justice: implementing reform in youth justice - Crawford, Adam, Newburn, Tim 2003

        Book  See Chapters: 2 - ‘Restorative justice: practices and ideals;’ 3- ‘Implementing restorative justice initiatives;’ 4 - ‘Referral orders and youth offender panels;’ 5 - ‘Organising the delivery of referral orders’ and 7 ‘Youth Offender panels’

      6. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

        Book  Read Chapter 9

      7. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

        Book  Read Gelsthorpe, L and Morris, A. 'Restorative youth justice'

    2. What works with young offenders (and what doesn’t) 13 items
      1. Youth crime and justice: critical issues - Goldson, Barry, Muncie, John 2006

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 10: Goldson, B. ‘Penal Custody: Intolerance, irrationality and indifference’ 139-156

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

        Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 9: McNeil, F. ‘Community Supervision: Context and relationship matter’ 125-138

      3. What works in probation and youth justice: developing evidence-based practice - Ros Burnett, Colin Roberts 2004

        Book  Read Chapter 9: Moore, R. 'Intensive supervision and surveillance programmes for young offenders: the evidence base so far.'

      4. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

        Book  Read Chapter 9

      5.  

        -          Youth Justice Board (2005) Role of Risk and Protective Factors. Youth Justice Board, London (available at http://www.youth-justice-board.gov.uk/Publications/Scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=277&eP=YJB)

         

      6. Children, risk and crime: the On Track Youth Lifestyles surveys - Armstrong, Derrick, Great Britain 2005

        Book 

      7. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

        Book  Read Goldson, Barry 'New Punitiveness: the politics of child incarceration'

      8. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

        Book  See Chapter 7

  11. 9. Additional lecture: Incarcerating young people: prisons, containment and the ‘secure estate’ 11 items
    1. Youth crime and justice: critical issues - Goldson, Barry, Muncie, John 2006

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 10: Goldson, B. ‘Penal Custody: Intolerance, irrationality and indifference’ 139-156

    2. The effects of imprisonment - Alison Liebling, Shadd Maruna 2005

      Book  Read Chapter 17: Murray, J. 'The effects of imprisonment on families and children of prisoners' 442-492

    3.  Parker, A., & Meek, R. (2013). Sport, physical activity and youth imprisonment. Youth sport, physical activity and play: Policy, intervention and participation.

       

      Pitts, J. (2015). Youth Crime and Youth Justice. Youth & Policy, 114, 31.

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

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 10: Goldson, B. ‘Penal Custody: Intolerance, irrationality and indifference’ 139-156

    5.  

      Bateman, T. (2011). Child imprisonment: exploring injustice by geography. Prison Service journal.

  12. Lecture 10 - Responding to youth crime: Parents, schools and the voluntary sector 16 items
    1. Devils and angels: youth policy and crime - Fionda, Julia 2005

      Book  Chapter 9

    2. Homeroom security: school discipline in an age of fear - Aaron Kupchik 2012

      Book 

    3. Young offenders and the law: how the law responds to youth offending - Raymond Arthur 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book  Available as a Taylor & Francis eBook. Read Chapter 11: 'Punishing Parents for Youth Offending' 112-122

    4. Parenting in the Youth Justice Context - Clem Henricson, John Coleman, Debi Roker 11/2000

      Article 

    5. Internet Journal of Criminology

      Website  Read Holt, A. (2009) 'Parent Abuse: Some Reflections on the Adequacy of a Youth Justice Response'

  13. Lecture 11 - Policing youth: ASBOs, stop and searches and dispersal of groups 18 items
    1. Youth, policing and democracy - Ian Loader 1996

      Book 

    2. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Chapter 7

    3. The usual suspects? - Lesley Mcara, Susan Mcvie 02/2005

      Article 

    4. Making people behave: anti-social behaviour, politics and policy - Elizabeth Burney 2005

      Book 

    5. Youth, crime and police work - Lee, Maggy 1998

      Book 

    6.  

      -          Use of Dispersal Powers (Home Office, Research and Statistics Directorate, June 2005)

       

    7.  

      -          McAra, L., & McVie, S. (2018). Transformations in youth crime and justice across Europe: Evidencing the case for diversion. In Juvenile Justice in Europe (pp. 73-103). Routledge.

       

       

  14. 12. Course review and essay preparation 4 items
    1. Some additional reading on welfare and early intervention to help you with your essays 4 items
      1. Prevention and youth crime: is early intervention working? - Maggie Blyth, Enver Solomon, Centre for Crime and Justice Studies (Great Britain), ProQuest (Firm) 2009

        Book  Available as an eBook Central eBook

  15. Seminar 1: Explaining Youth Crime (Week 2) 1 item
    1. Companions in crime: the social aspects of criminal conduct - Warr, Mark 2002

      Book  Read Chapter 4

  16. Seminar 2 - Radical and Realist Explanations (Week 3) 4 items
    1. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Read Chapter 4: 'Explaining Youth Crime II: Radical and Realist Criminologies' 118-156. Available as a digitised Reading - see next entry

  17. Seminar 3 - Presentation Groupwork (Week 4) 0 items
  18. Seminar 4 - Managing Youth (Week 5) 7 items
    You can choose from the following chapters/journal articles in preparation for this seminar
    1. Youth justice: Past, present and future - S Case, S Creaney, Jo Deakin, K Haines

      Article  Pre-print accessible via Manchester Research Explorer

    2. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner 2002

      Book  Read Newburn, T. (2001) ‘Young people, crime and youth justice’ (esp pages 549-570)

    3. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner c2007

      Book  See Chapter 5:

    4. Youth justice: ideas, policy, practice - Roger S. Smith 2014

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapters 3 & 5.

    5. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Read Chapters 8 & 9. This is quite lengthy but provides a very good overview of the key issues in youth justice strategies.

    6. Punishing Disadvantage - Jessica Jacobson, Bina Bhardwa, Tracey Gyateng, Gillian Hunter

      Document  Available via the Prison Reform Trust website

    7. Youth Justice Board for England and Wales

      Webpage  Provides up-to-date information about the YJS. Available via the GOV.UK website

  19. Seminar 5 - Presentation Groupwork (Week 6) 0 items
  20. Seminar 6 - Restorative Justice Approaches (Week 8) 5 items
    1. Youth crime and justice: critical issues - Goldson, Barry, Muncie, John 2006

      Book  Also available as a Dawson eBook. Read Chapter 8: Haines, K and O’Mahony, D. 'Restorative approaches, young people and youth justice' 110-124

    2. Youth justice: critical readings - John Muncie, Gordon Hughes, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University 2002

      Book  Read Gelsthorpe, L and Morris, A. 'Restorative youth justice'

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

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 10: Goldson, B. ‘Penal Custody: Intolerance, irrationality and indifference’ 139-156

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

      Book  Also available as a Dawson ebook. Read Chapter 9: McNeil, F. ‘Community Supervision: Context and relationship matter’ 125-138

    5. Or see the texts referenced for lecture 8

  21. Seminar 7 - Presentation Groupwork (Week 9) 0 items
  22. Seminar 8 - Responding to Youth (Week 10) 4 items
    1. Youth crime & justice 2015, ©2015

      Book  Read Chapter 12: Edwards, A, Hughes, G, and Swann, R 'Community safety and the policing of young people in austere times' 191-208

    2. Youth and crime (4th edition) - John Muncie 2014

      Book  Read Chapter 7 for additional context

  23. Seminar 9 - Essay Preparation - group session (Week 11) 0 items
  24. Seminar 10 - Essay Troubleshooting – individual sign-up session (Week 12) 0 items
  25. Chapter 5: Risk and Prediction of Criminal Careers - Christoffer Carlsson, Jerzy Sarnecki

    Chapter  Digitised reading in progress