Generation Share takes readers on a journey around the globe to meet the people who are changing and saving lives by... Læs mere
Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Engaging with contemporary debates about precarity, unfreedom and socio-legal status, this ground breaking book presents the first evidence of forced labour among displaced migrants who seek refuge in the UK.
In this book, the authors seek to question if a 'criminology of war' is possible, whilst providing an implicit critique of mainstream criminology. They also examine how this seemingly 'new horizon' of the discipline might be usefully informed by sociology.
This significant study reveals how participation is supported in the courts and tribunals of England and Wales.... Læs mere
Neoliberalism is having a detrimental impact on wider social and ethical goals in the field of... Læs mere
Using interviews with key thinkers in the party, this book gives a lively account of the ideological developments... Læs mere
Lily Hamourtziadou's important analysis of the scale and causes of civilian deaths in Iraq since the US-led coalition's 2003... Læs mere
Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. Using case studies and a strengths-based approach Best puts... Læs mere
This insightful book discusses the origins and theoretical underpinnings of family led decision making and brings together the current research on the efficacy and limitations of family group conferences into a single text.
Lessons from child protection errors and mistakes in 11 countries in Europe and North America... Læs mere
Modern slavery is growing despite the introduction of laws to try to stem it. This is the first book critically to assess the legislation, using evidence from across the field, and to offer strategies for improvement in policy and practice.
Lisa Mckenzie lived on the notorious St Ann's estate in Nottingham for more than 20 years. Her 'insider' status enables us to hear the stories of its residents, often wary of outsiders, to give a unique account of life in poor communities in contemporary Britain.