What Is to Be Done about Crime and Punishment?: Towards a 'Public Criminology' (Paperback)
Chapter 1. Introduction: Towards a Public Criminology; Roger Matthews.- Chapter 2. The Violence Divide: Taking 'Ordinary' Crime Seriously in a Volatile World; Elliott Currie.- Chapter 3. Domestic Violence: The Increasing Tensions Between Experience, Theory, Research, Policy and Practice; Nicole Westmarland and Liz Kelly.- Chapter 4. Critical Realism and Gang Violence; John Pitts.- Chapter 5. Middle Range Critical Realism for Crime Prevention; Nick Tilley.- Chapter 6. Policing; Past, Present and Future; Ben Bowling, Shruti Iyer, Robert Reiner and James Sheptycki.- Chapter 7. Seven Ways to Make Prisons Work; Francis Cullen, Cheryl Jonson, Daniel Mears and Angela Thielo.- Chapter 8. Five Steps Towards a More Effective Global Drugs Policy; Caroline Chatwin.- Chapter 9. Taming Business? Understanding Effectiveness in the Control of Corporate and White Collar Crime; Fiona Haines.- Chapter 10. Cybercrime 4.0: Now What is to be Done?; Mike McGuire.- Chapter 11. Addressing Prostitution: The Nordic Model and Beyond; Helen Johnson and Roger Matthews.
Roger Matthews is Professor of Criminology at the University of Kent, UK. His main areas of interest and research include imprisonment, sex trafficking and prostitution, social theory, crime prevention and community safety. He is author of Prostitution, Politics and Policy (2008), Doing Time: An Introduction to the Sociology of Imprisonment (2009), Realist Criminology (2014) and is co-author of Exiting Prostitution: A Study in Female Desistance (2014). He is currently involved in an ESRC funded research project examining patterns of victimisation in the inner city