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Sunday 19 November 2017
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Volume 9, Issue 3 (Winter 2011/12)

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Volume 9, Issue 3 of the recently redesigned British Journal of Community Justice, was published in Winter 2011/12.  We hope that you will enjoy our new design and we welcome your feedback.

 

This Edition contains five papers, including the Brian Williams Memorial Prize 2010 Winner, in addition to the Editorial, Community Justice Files and Book Reviews.

 

To view abstracts of the papers before purchasing, please click the appropriate paper name.  To purchase individual papers, please click the 'Buy now' button adjacent to your chosen paper.  Individual papers cost £7.50 each.

 

You can purchase a hard copy of this special edition for just £10.00.  To purchase your copy, please send a cheque made payable to 'Sheffield Hallam University' to the following address:

 

FAO: Jessica Bamonte

Hallam Centre for Community Justice

Sheffield Hallam University

220 Southbourne

37 Clarkehouse Rd

Sheffield S10 2LD

 

Please include your name, address and a contact telephone number.

 

 

Alternatively, to purchase a PDF of the entire Edition for just £20.00 click the adjacent button >


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Editorial: 'Evidence-Informed Policy and Practice: A More Feasible Nomenclature?' (Paul Senior)

 

Mental Health Needs of Community Based Young Offenders in Manchester (Ruth Marshall, Louise Theodosiou, Benedict Pease, Natalie Kirby, Jade Ark)


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Community Justice Files 26 (edited by Nick Flynn)

 

Book Reviews (edited by Rose Parkes)


 

Once your payment has been processed, the paper will be instantly downloaded.   

 

For further information on the British Journal of Community Justice, or to download a subscription order form, please click the appropriate links below.

 

 

Subscribers to the BJCJ can access these articles online by clicking here 

 

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