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Article

Andell, Paul (2017) Developing a context for change in gang affected neighbourhoods. Exploring synergies and discords at micro and macro levels. Procedia of Economics and Business Administration, 4 (1). pp. 8-19. ISSN 2392-8174

Andell, Paul and Pitts, John (2018) Article: the end of the line? the impact of county lines drug distribution on youth crime in a target destination. Youth & Policy. ISSN 2057-4266

Bidwell, Lili and Polley, Laura (2022) "Mind your language" What people in prison think about the language used to describe them. The Howard journal of crime and justice. ISSN 2059-1101 (In Press)

Kyriakou, Aristea, Loovers, Jan Peter Laurens, Moir, Annette, Peers, Eleanor and Ruiter, Keith (2018) Sharing a voice: early-career scholars and the arctic. Education in the North, 25 (1-2). pp. 181-185. ISSN 2398-0184

Maitra, Dev Rup (2020) ‘If you’re down with a gang inside, you can lead a nice life’: prison gangs in the age of austerity. Youth justice, 20 (1-2). pp. 128-145. ISSN 1473-2254

Rzepnikowska Phillips, Alina (2016) Convivial cultures in Manchester and Barcelona: exploring the narratives of Polish Migrant Women. Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 42 (2). ISSN 2081-4488

Rzepnikowska Phillips, Alina (2020) Migrant experiences of conviviality in the context of Brexit: Polish migrant Women in Manchester. Central and Eastern European Migration Review (CEEMR), 9 (1). pp. 65-83. ISSN 2300-1682

Rzepnikowska Phillips, Alina (2018) Racism and xenophobia experienced by Polish migrants in the UK before and after Brexit vote. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45 (1). pp. 61-77. ISSN 1369-183X

Rzepnikowska phillips, Alina (2017) Conviviality in the workplace: the case of Polish migrant Women in Manchester and Barcelona. Central and Eastern European Migration Review (CEEMR), 6 (2). pp. 51-68. ISSN 2300-1682

Rzepnikowska phillips, Alina (2018) Polish migrant Women’s narratives about language, raced and gendered difference in Barcelona. Gender Place and Culture, 25 (6). pp. 850-865. ISSN 0966-369X

Rzepnikowska phillips, Alina (2023) Racialisation of Polish migrants in the UK and in Spain (Catalonia). Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS). ISSN 1369-183X

Book Section

Andell, Paul (2021) Utilizing southern criminology in the global north: applying southern criminology to over-standings of English gang research. In: Routledge International Handbook of Critical Gang Studies. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 3-15. ISBN 9781138616110

Psarologaki, Liana and Zografos, Stamatis (2020) Reclaiming the habitat: food, fire and affordance in designing and living the urban. In: Design Commons Practices, Processes and Crossovers. DERF Springer. (In Press)

Shafique, Tanzil and Mejias Villatoro, Paco (2018) Karail: a social assemblage in Dhaka’s center. In: Dhaka Totem. Edicions Altrim S.L, Barcelona, Spain, pp. 116-137. ISBN 9788494234231

Book

Andell, Paul (2019) Thinking seriously about gangs: towards a critical realist approach. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland. ISBN 9783030128913

Andell, Paul and Pitts, John (2019) Preventing the violent and sexual victimisation of vulnerable gang-involved and gang-affected children and young people in Ipswich. University of Suffolk, Ipswich, UK. ISBN 9781913160036

Rzepnikowska Phillips, Alina (2019) Convivial cultures in multicultural cities. Routledge, London, England. ISBN 9781351233552

Seal, Mike (2018) Participatory pedagogic impact research: co-production with community partners in action. Routledge Advances in Social Work . Routledge, London, England. ISBN 9781138849969

Seal, Mike and Harris, Pete (2016) Responding to youth violence through youth work. Policy Press, Bristol. ISBN 9781447323099

Show/Exhibition

Stein, Chris, Duggan, Eddie and Triggs, Teal (2017) À la recherche du punk perdu: images, memories and the 1970s. [Show/Exhibition]

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