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51 Brit. J. Criminology [i] (2011)

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British Journal of Criminology
Volume 51 Number 1 January 2011
Articles
Unemployment, Inequality, Poverty and Crime: Spatial Distribution Patterns of Criminal
Acts in Belgium, 2001-06
Marc Hooghe, Bram Vanhoutte, Wim Hardvns and Tuba Bircan  1
Youth Justice and Neuroscience: A Dual-Use Dilemma
Charlotte Walsh 21
Illusions of Difference: Comparative Youth Justice in the Devolved United Kingdom
John Muncie 40
'Doing Gender' in Fear of Crime: The Impact of Gender Identity on Reported
Levels of Fear of Crime in Adolescents and Young Adults
Diederik Cops and Stefaan Pleysier 58
Feelings and Functions in the Fear of Crime: Applying a New Approach
to Victimisation Insecurity
Emily Gray, Jonathan Jackson and Stephen Farrall 75
Emotions and Interaction Ritual: A Micro Analysis of Restorative Justice
Meredith Rossner 95
The Construction and Interpretation of Risk Management Technologies in Contemporary
Probation Practice
Karen Bullock 120
Why do the Crime-reducing Effects of Marriage Vary with Age?
Delphine Theobald and David R Farrington 136
Workplace Assaults in Britain: Understanding the Influence of Individual
and Workplace Characteristics
Trevor Jones, Amanda Robinson, Ralph Fevre and Duncan Lewis 159
Convergence, Not Divergence?: Trends and Trajectories in Public Contact
and Confidence in the Police
Ben Bradford 179
'Like Some Rough Beast Slouching Towards Bethlehem to be Born': A Historical
Perspective on the Institution of the Prison in South Africa, 1976-2004
Gail Super 201
Reviews
Shooting to Kill? Policing Firearms and Armed Response, by Peter Squires and Peter Kennison
Colin Roberts 222
Hard Knocks: Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Storytelling, by Janice Haaken
Framing Crime: Cultural Criminology and the Image, by K_ J. Hayward and M. Presdee
Maggie O'Neill 225
Hard Lives, Mean Streets: Violence In The Lives Of Homeless Women, by L. J. Jasniki,
K.J. Wesley, D.J. Wright and E. E. Mustaine
Vickie Cooper 230
Crime and Muslim Britain: Culture and the Politics of Criminology among
British Pakistanis, by M. Bolognani
Michael Rowe 233

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