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  British Journal of Criminology   (United Kingdom)
  Volume 50, Number 3, May 2010
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  • Articles
  • Globalization, Frontier Masculinities and Violence: Booze, Blokes and Brawls
        Kerry Carrington, Alison McIntosh, and John Scott
        p.393-413                                                                              +cite        
  • Responding TO Gun Crime in Ireland
        Liz Campbell
        p.414-434                                                                              +cite        
  • Studying the Microdynamics of the Rwandan Genocide
        Alette Smeulers and Lotte Hoex
        p.435-454                                                                              +cite        
  • ‘Securing’ the Past: Policing and the Contest over Truth in Northern Ireland
        Cheryl Lawther
        p.455-473                                                                              +cite        
  • Reporting Crime to the Police
        Roger Tarling and Katie Morris
        p.474-490                                                                              +cite        
  • Influencing Trust and Confidence in the London Metropolitan Police: Results from an Experiment Testing the Effect of Leaflet Drops on Public Opinion
        Katrin Hohl, Ben Bradford, and Elizabeth A. Stanko
        p.491-513                                                                              +cite        
  • Serendipity in Robbery Target Selection
        Bruce A. Jacobs
        p.514-529                                                                              +cite        
  • Are There Any True Adult-Onset Offenders?
        Tara Renae McGee and David P. Farrington
        p.530-549                                                                              +cite        
  • Not so Tough on Crime?: Why Weren't the Thatcher Governments More Radical in Reforming the Criminal Justice System?
        Stephen Farrall and Colin Hay
        p.550-569                                                                              +cite        
  • Problematizing Carceral Tours
        Justin Piché and Kevin Walby
        p.570-581                                                                              +cite        

  • Reviews
  • Child Pornography and Sexual Grooming: Legal and Societal Responses. By Suzanne Ost (Cambridge Studies in Law and Society) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, xiv + 273pp. £55.00 hb) • Internet Child Pornography and the Law: National and International Responses. By Yaman Akdeniz (Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2009, xviii + 307pp. £65.00 hb)
        Anne-Marie McAlinden
        p.582-586                                                                              +cite        
  • The Medieval Prison: A Social History. By G. Geltner (Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2008, xix + 197pp. $29.95/£20.95)
        Geoffrey Pearson
        p.587-589                                                                              +cite        
  • Review Symposium: Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity. By Loïc Wacquant (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2009, 384pp. £58.99 hb, £11.65 pbk): Reviews by Joe Sim, Barbara Hudson, Desmond King, Magnus Hörnqvist and Alessandro De Giorgi
        Joe Sim, Barbara Hudson, Desmond King, Magnus Hörnqvist, and Alessandro De Giorgi
        p.589-608                                                                              +cite        
  • The Politics of Imprisonment: How the Democratic Process Shapes the Way America Punishes Offenders. By Vanessa Barker (Oxford University Press, 2009, £22.50)
        Yvonne Jewkes
        p.608-610                                                                              +cite        
  • Punishment and Prisons: Power and the Carceral State. By Joe Sim (London: Sage, 2009, 183pp. £21.99 pbk, £65.00 hb)
        Christina Pantazis
        p.610-613                                                                              +cite        
  • Principles of European Prison Law and Policy: Penology and Human Rights. By D. Van Zyl Smit and S. Snacken (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, 464pp. £75.00 hb)
        Rod Morgan
        p.613-615                                                                              +cite