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Below is a list of all dissertations published by the Hallam Criminology Society to date.
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Strategic facilitation and the policeBethany Middleton
Inappropriate Imprisonment? Reforming Women's Penal Policy from a Gender-specific PerspectiveRebecca Brackett
Islamic Extremist Terrorism: The Public's Perception of its Causes
Is contemporary anti-terror legislation counterproductive?
How effective is the utilisation of increased street lighting as a situational crime prevention method?
Is The Use Of Illegal Drugs Normalised Within A Student Population?
Public Perceptions of Criminal Justice Responses towards Sex Offenders and the Impact that Parenthood has upon these
An Exploration of Media Campaigns & Policy Formulation
Youth Gang Membership: An Investigation of Young People Joining and Leaving Gangs
Daniel S Hounslea
The influence of the ‘hip-hop lifestyle’ on the possession and use of weapons by young male gang members in the UK
Sugar and Spice...And all Things Nice? Perceptions and Understandings of Female Perpetrators of Filicide
Sex Offenders & How They Use the Internet
Drug use at U.K. Music Festivals
Laura E Eaton
Youth Offending Teams: Preventing Crime and Social Exclusion
Rape and Responsibility: A quantitative study into gendered student perceptions of female rape and the attribution of responsibility
Rebecca C King
The Impact of Gender upon Fear of Crime in Victims and Non-Victims
A sociopsychological investigation into the possible motivations of youth involvement within delinquent gangs in contemporary society
Kayley Louise Cracknell
Do Women Need Gender Specific Secure Services?
To What Extent has Recreational Drug Use become Normalised within a Contemporary Student Population?
Is there a correlational relationship between a person's perceived level of adaptive unconscious and the rate of accuracy in the detection of deception?