This series is host to episodes created by the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford which is part of the Faculty of Law, within the Social Sciences Division. The series reflects this department’s world-leading research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as rights and justice. In addition to that, some topics related to politics, penal culture, crime and mental health and immigration.
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Course Credit: University of Oxford
|Moving Targets: Reputational Risk, Rights and Accountability in Punishment||00:51:00|
|Death and Other Dire Outcomes of Delinquent Youth: New Findings from the Northwestern Juvenile Project||01:01:00|
|Experiments in public confidence and police legitimacy: Promise, potential and pitfalls||00:54:00|
|Revisiting Nordic Exceptionalism: The view from inside||00:45:00|
|Experiments in public confidence and police legitimacy||00:30:00|
|Stuck in the middle: Waiting and Uncertainty in Immigration Detention||00:22:00|
|Knowing what we know now. International crimes in historical perspective||00:54:00|
|Private Security and Regulatory Space: In Search of the Public Interest||00:32:00|
|Too Big to Jail: Theory and Evidence on Corporate Crime Enforcement in the U.S.||01:04:00|
|Re-thinking police legitimacy||00:57:00|
|Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma 1||00:14:00|
|Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma 2||01:02:00|
|Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma 3||00:25:00|
|Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma 4||00:22:00|
|Crime and Mental Health: Vulnerability and Resilience in the Face of Trauma 5||01:00:00|
|Prisons and the problem of trust: contrasting approaches to risk, radicalisation and personal growth in two high security prisons||01:00:00|
|Doing Research with/out Impact: Policing Studies as a Global Field of Interest||00:21:00|
|Blogging and Social Media in Criminology||00:28:00|
|The Problems of Long-term Imprisonment||01:00:00|
|Crime, Order and the Two Faces of Conservatism||00:52:00|
|Exploring the Long Term Effects of ‘Thatcherite’ Social and Economic Policies for Crime||01:00:00|
|Moving Beyond Punitivism: Anthropological Engagements with Punishment and State Failure||00:58:00|
|Nordic Nationalism and Penal Order: Walling the Welfare State||00:54:00|
|Seeing and Seeing-as: Building a politics of visibility in criminology||00:30:00|
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