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Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals (2024)
Journal Article
Smusz, M., Allely, C., Birkbeck, C., & Bidgood, A. (2024). Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals. Sexuality and Disability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11195-024-09857-8

Purpose The literature indicates that sexuality education provided in schools/colleges in the United Kingdom (UK) may not be appropriate for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). There appears to be a lack of understanding of the subject rega... Read More about Exploring the Experience of Romantic Relationships and Sexuality Education in Neurodivergent and Neurotypical Young Individuals.

La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.) (2023)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C., Hazel, N., & Bailey, L. (2023). La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.). #Journal not on list, 51-105

Typically, Criminology and Victimology focus on the person either as an offender or as a victim, yet there may be many individuals who have experiences of each within a relatively short period of time. We present the results of a scoping review o... Read More about La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.).

Moral work in victim–offender meetings (2022)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C., & Smith, G. (2022). Moral work in victim–offender meetings. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 24(1), 59-78. https://doi.org/10.1177/17488958221095976

Although many studies of restorative justice touch on its moral dimensions, they provide a rather fragmentary view of the moral work that takes place in meetings between victims and offenders. We treat moral work as a discursive phenomenon that emerg... Read More about Moral work in victim–offender meetings.

“You and your laws and us with our laws” : a murderer’s stories navigate conflicting normative domains (2021)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C., & Rodríguez, J. (2021). “You and your laws and us with our laws” : a murderer’s stories navigate conflicting normative domains. Dilemas : Revista de Estudos de Conflito e Controle Social (Impresso), 14(3), 641-658. https://doi.org/10.4322/dilemas.v14n3.43542

Employing Labov’s structural model of stories and Schönbach’s typology of accounts, we examine an interview with a murderer in Venezuela and compare two stories that were narrated within it: one about the murder and one about his family life. Wh... Read More about “You and your laws and us with our laws” : a murderer’s stories navigate conflicting normative domains.

Talking as restorative justice : a conversation analysis of victim-offender meetings (2021)
Thesis
Langford, R. Talking as restorative justice : a conversation analysis of victim-offender meetings. (Thesis). University of Salford

The purpose of this research was to examine the restorative justice meeting as a form of institutional talk, identifying significant asymmetries in the talk, and acknowledging how this contributed to achieving restoration. This study used audio-rec... Read More about Talking as restorative justice : a conversation analysis of victim-offender meetings.

Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK (2019)
Thesis
Khan, A. Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK. (Thesis). University of Salford

The main objective of this thesis is to capture, describe, understand and articulate the ways in which Muslim women view and interpret crime, deviance and moral dilemmas in contemporary society. This study will evaluate the contrasts and overlaps bet... Read More about Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK.

Victimization, crime propensity and deviance: a multinational test of general strain theory (2019)
Journal Article
Teijon Alcala, M., & Birkbeck, C. (2019). Victimization, crime propensity and deviance: a multinational test of general strain theory. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 35(4), 410-430. https://doi.org/10.1177/1043986219870941

General Strain Theory (GST) identifies victimization as one of the strains most strongly related to crime which, like other sources of strain, is moderated by individual and social factors. Recently, Agnew (2013) extended the theorization of coping s... Read More about Victimization, crime propensity and deviance: a multinational test of general strain theory.

A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates (2018)
Thesis
Alshehhi, M. (in press). A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates. (Thesis). University of Salford

The thesis critically examines the qualitative experiences of Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) amongst a sample of police officers in UAE prior to the formal implementation of this technology. It considers the relevance, strengths and limitations of BWC tec... Read More about A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates.

Conducta antisocial adolescente bajo un enfoque integrador de tres teorías criminológicas (2018)
Journal Article
Morillo, S., & Birkbeck, C. (2018). Conducta antisocial adolescente bajo un enfoque integrador de tres teorías criminológicas. Revista de ciencias sociales (Maracaibo), 23(3), 76-88

In order to test the theories of Differential Association, Social Control and General Crime, the relationship between antisocial behavior and key constructs of the theories was analyzed, namely, “favourable definitions” (differential association), “... Read More about Conducta antisocial adolescente bajo un enfoque integrador de tres teorías criminológicas.

Venezuela, Corrections in (2017)
Book Chapter
Pérez Santiago, N., & Birkbeck, C. (2017). Venezuela, Corrections in. In The Encyclopedia of Corrections (1041-1048). Beverly Hills, California: Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118845387.wbeoc189

The correctional system of Venezuela is best understood as a system of internment. The inmate population doubled between 2008 and 2015, and overcrowding is at 270%. Remand and sentenced inmates are usually not segregated and most centers are in a ver... Read More about Venezuela, Corrections in.

Internationalizing the study of gang membership : validation issues from Latin America (2016)
Journal Article
Rodriguez, J., Perez Santiago, N., Birkbeck, C., Crespo, F., & Morillo, S. (2017). Internationalizing the study of gang membership : validation issues from Latin America. British Journal of Criminology, 57(5), 1165-1184. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azw058

Developing valid measures of gang membership for self-report surveys is a challenging task in comparative cross-national research. In this article we use the Venezuelan case to assess the validity of the Eurogang indicators of gang membership. Based... Read More about Internationalizing the study of gang membership : validation issues from Latin America.

Surveys as cultural artefacts : applying the international self-report delinquency study to Latin American adolescents (2015)
Journal Article
Rodríguez, J., Pérez Santiago, N., & Birkbeck, C. (2015). Surveys as cultural artefacts : applying the international self-report delinquency study to Latin American adolescents. European Journal of Criminology, 12(4), 420-436. https://doi.org/10.1177/1477370815581701

Survey instruments are often watermarked with the language, thought patterns, experience and expectations of their designers’ cultural world. This creates some evident challenges when using surveys in international research projects (for example, in... Read More about Surveys as cultural artefacts : applying the international self-report delinquency study to Latin American adolescents.

La moralidad historiada: El melodrama de la criminalidad en las Américas (2014)
Other
Birkbeck, C. (2014). La moralidad historiada: El melodrama de la criminalidad en las Américas. Madrid

Esta monografía examina el discurso moral que materializa en los comentarios sobre la criminalidad reportados en la prensa latinoamericana y angloamericana. Encuentra allí múltiples pero pocas variadas «historias del presente» que encierran una visió... Read More about La moralidad historiada: El melodrama de la criminalidad en las Américas.

Media representations of crime and criminal justice (2014)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C. (2014). Media representations of crime and criminal justice. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935383.013.15

To date, criminologists have approached the media from a communications perspective that, directly or indirectly, treats them as a powerful social force. However, systematic research (conducted mainly outside but also within criminology) has failed t... Read More about Media representations of crime and criminal justice.

Imprisonment and internment: Comparing penal facilities North and South (2011)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C. (2011). Imprisonment and internment: Comparing penal facilities North and South. Punishment and Society, 13(3), 307-332. https://doi.org/10.1177/1462474511404320

Recent references to the ‘warehouse prison’ in the United States and the prisión-depósito in Latin America seem to indicate that penal confinement in the western hemisphere has converged on a similar model. However, this article suggests otherwise.... Read More about Imprisonment and internment: Comparing penal facilities North and South.