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Explaining Crime, Social Theory and Crime: Labelling Theory
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 8 mins
Traditionally criminology focused on criminal action and its control. Labelling theory widened the focus to include the social reaction to crime and its consequences. This video documents the rise and fall of labelling theory and illustrates how aspects of it continue to influence contemporary criminology and crim...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 8 mins
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Explaining Crime, Social Theory and Crime: Space, Place and Windows
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 7 mins
Spatial criminology asks whether it’s possible to reduce crime by changing social spaces. This video begins with Zimbardo’s influential abandoned cars experiment and the development of Wilson and Kelling’s broken windows theory. It looks at the impact of broken windows policy on crime in New York in the 1990...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 7 mins
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Explaining Crime, Social Theory and Crime: Strain Theory
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 5 mins
Merton was one of the first sociologists to look at the relationship between culture and crime. This video provides a clear introduction to Merton’s strain theory, looks at it's application to contemporary consumer societies and its continuing influence on modern theories of crime.
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Explaining Crime (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 5 mins
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Group Counseling with Inmates: San Quentin Prison
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presented by Adam Zagelbaum, fl. 2008 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 1 hour 34 mins

In this video, viewers will enter into maximum security San Quentin State Prison to witness a group of inmates participate in their weekly support and skill building group. Co-facilitated by Adam Zagelbaum, Professor of Counseling at Sonoma State University and volunteer at San Quentin, as well as Charlie – an i...

presented by Adam Zagelbaum, fl. 2008 (Alexandria, VA: Microtraining Associates, 2017), 1 hour 34 mins
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Control and Protect: Collaboration, Carceral Protection, and Domestic Sex Trafficking in the United States
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written by Jennifer Musto, 1979- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 251 page(s)
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Whistleblowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care
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presented by Angie Ash, fl. 1994 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 186 page(s)
Those who speak up about poor, corrupt or unethical practice often do so at a great personal cost. This timely book explores our understanding of the ethics of whistleblowing and shows how managers and organisations can support individuals speaking out. While some professional guidelines formalize duties to speak...
presented by Angie Ash, fl. 1994 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 186 page(s)
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A Dream Denied: Incarceration, Recidivism, and Young Minority Men in America
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written by Michaela Soyer, 1980- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 186 page(s)
Young minority men are often portrayed in popular media as victims of poverty and discrimination. A Dream Denied delves deeper, investigating the social and cultural implications of the “American dream” narrative for young minority men in the juvenile justice systems in Boston and Chicago. This book connects y...
written by Michaela Soyer, 1980- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2016), 186 page(s)
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Hidden Cameras: Everything you Need to Know About Covert Recording, Undercover Cameras and Secret Filming
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written by Joe Plomin, fl. 2011 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 226 page(s)
The complete and authoritative guide to the use of hidden cameras to expose abuse or wrongdoing. Secret filming is no longer the preserve of specialists, professional journalists and private investigators. Drawing on the author's own experience producing undercover documentaries and wearing secret cameras, this bo...
written by Joe Plomin, fl. 2011 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016, originally published 2016), 226 page(s)
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Crime and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Myths and Mechanisms
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presented by Neil Brewer, fl. 2005 and Robyn Young, fl. 2005 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
Having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can - given certain situational conditions - make individuals more vulnerable to becoming caught up in criminal activity and vulnerable to unfavourable interactions once in the criminal justice system. Guided by empirical research, psychological theory and illustrative case st...
presented by Neil Brewer, fl. 2005 and Robyn Young, fl. 2005 (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
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See You in Court: A Social Worker's Guide to Presenting Evidence in Care Proceedings
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written by Lynn Davis, 1962- (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
Now fully revised and updated, See You in Court is an accessible guide for social workers on being a witness in care proceedings. This book de-mystifies the court system explaining court structures and procedures, roles and responsibilities and basic rules of evidence. It considers how to present effective written...
written by Lynn Davis, 1962- (London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2015, originally published 2015), 226 page(s)
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