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Bouncers: Violence and governance in the night-time economy
D Hobbs
Clarendon Studies in Criminolo, 2003
7102003
Criminal identities and consumer culture: crime, exclusion and the new culture of narcissm
S Hall, S Winlow, C Ancrum
Routledge, 2013
5412013
Violent night: Urban leisure and contemporary culture
S Winlow, S Hall
Berg, 2006
4162006
Violent night: Urban leisure and contemporary culture
S Winlow, S Hall
Berg, 2006
4162006
Badfellas: Crime, tradition and new masculinities
S Winlow
Routledge, 2020
3822020
Receiving shadows: governance and liminality in the night‐time economy1
D Hobbs, S Lister, P Hadfield, S Winlow, S Hall
The British Journal of Sociology 51 (4), 701-717, 2000
3422000
Revitalizing Criminological Theory:: Towards a new Ultra-Realism
S Hall, S Winlow
Routledge, 2015
2962015
Rethinking social exclusion: The end of the social?
S Winlow
Sage Publications Ltd, 2013
2582013
The rise of the right: English nationalism and the transformation of working-class politics
S Winlow, S Hall, J Treadwell
Policy Press, 2017
2152017
Shopocalypse now: Consumer culture and the English riots of 2011
J Treadwell, D Briggs, S Winlow, S Hall
British Journal of Criminology 53 (1), 1-17, 2013
1772013
Get ready to duck. Bouncers and the realities of ethnographic research on violent groups
S Winlow, D Hobbs, S Lister, P Hadfield
British journal of criminology 41 (3), 536-548, 2001
1462001
Riots and political protest
S Winlow, S Hall, D Briggs, J Treadwell
Routledge, 2015
1452015
Door lore: the art and economics of intimidation
D Hobbs, P Hadfield, S Lister, S Winlow
Brit. J. Criminology 42, 352, 2002
1422002
Violent hypocrisy: Governance and the night-time economy
D Hobbs, S Winlow, P Hadfield, S Lister
European journal of criminology 2 (2), 161-183, 2005
1412005
Retaliate first: Memory, humiliation and male violence
S Winlow, S Hall
Crime, Media, Culture 5 (3), 285-304, 2009
1342009
Violence in the night‐time economy; bouncers: The reporting, recording and prosecution of assaults1
S Lister, D Hobbs, S Hall, S Winlow
Policing and Society: An International Journal 10 (4), 383-402, 2000
1182000
What is an ‘ethics committee’? Academic governance in an epoch of belief and incredulity
S Winlow, S Hall
The British Journal of Criminology 52 (2), 400-416, 2012
912012
Living for the weekend: Youth identities in northeast England
S Winlow, S Hall
Ethnography 10 (1), 91-113, 2009
902009
Cultural criminology and primitive accumulation: A formal introduction for two strangers who should really become more intimate
S Hall, S Winlow
Cultural Criminology, 549-557, 2017
892017
New directions in criminological theory
S Hall, S Winlow
Routledge, 2012
82*2012
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