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CIP Bibliography


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CIP Bibliography

  1. 1. This bibliography contains a mix of sources that may be useful for your work. The utilityof these will be dependent on what you are interested in going in to when you graduate.Organisational culture and career planning:Arnold, J et al (2004) Work Psychology: Understanding Human Behaviour in theworkplace. Harlow: Financial Times Press.Capon, C. (2004) Understanding Organisational Context. Harlow: Prentice Hall.CBI (2009) Future Fit: Preparing graduates for the world of work. CBI HigherEducation Task Force., B. & Watts, A. G. (2003) Dots Analysis. Cambridge: The career-learning network.See, B. (2008) Managing and delivering performance: How government, public sectorand not-for-profit organisations can measure and manage what really matters.Butterworth Heinemann.Moreau, M-P.&Leathwood, C. (2006) Graduates Employment and the Discourse ofEmployability: a critical analysis, pp 305-324 in Journal of Education and Work, 19(4)Newman, M. (2009) Business firmly woven into the fabric of new framework.The TimesHigher Education 5/11/09. Accessed 20/04/10 for Employability group (2006) Pedagogy for Employability.Learning andEmployability Series 1. The Higher Education Academy, April 2006Purcell, K. and P. Elias (2004) Seven years on: Graduate careers in a changing labourmarket. Employment Studies Research Unit. University of Warwick.Reeve and Gallacher (2005) Employer–university ‘partnerships’: a key problem for work-based learning programmes? Journal of Education and Work Vol. 18, No. 2, June 2005.219–233Schein, E. (2004) Organisational Culture and Leadership. London: Jossey-Bass.Schein, E. H. (1993). Career anchors. San Diego, CA: Pfeiffer(Jossey-Bass).Tomlinson M. (2008) ‘The degree is not enough: Student’s perceptions of the role ofHigher Education credentials for graduate work and employability. British Journal ofSociology of Education.Vol 29, Issue 1.
  2. 2. Yorke M. (2006) Employability and higher education: what it is – what it is not.Learningand Employability Series 1.The Higher Education Academy April 2006.Yorke, M. and Knight P. (2007) Evidence-informed pedagogy and the enhancement ofstudent employability.Teaching in Higher EducationVol 12, No. 2, April 2007, pp157 -170.The Criminal Justice Process: Theories and perspectives.Beckmann, A. & Cooper, C. (2004) ‘Globalisation’, the New Managerialism andEducation: Rethinking the Purpose of Education in Britain. The Journal for CriticalEducation Studies.Vol 2. No 2.Bottoms, A.E. (1995) ‘The Philosophy and Politics of Punishment and Sentencing’ inC.M.V. Clarkson and R. Morgan (Eds) The Politics of Sentencing Reform, OxfordUniversity Press.Christie, N. (1993) Crime Controlas Industry: Towards Gulags, Western Style. London:Routledge.Crawford, A. (2007) Crime prevention and Community Safety in Ch 26 in Maguire, M. etal Ed (2007) Oxford handbook of Criminology. Oxford: OUP.Currie, E. (2007) ‘Against Marginality: Arguments for a Public Criminology’ TheoreticalCriminology, 11(2): 175-190.Davies, M., Croall, H. &Tyrer, J. (1995) Criminal Justice: An introduction to theCriminal Justice system in England and Wales,Longman.Feeley, M. and J Simon (1994) ‘Actuarial justice: the emerging new criminal law’ in D.Nelkin (ed) The futures of criminology. London: Sage.Feeley, M. & J. Simon (1992) ‘ The new penology’ in Muncie, Mclaughlin and Langan(eds) Criminological perspectives. London: Sage.Goodman, A. (2003) ‘Probation into the millennium: The punishing service’, R.Matthews & J Young (eds) The new politics of crime and punishment.Uffculme: Willan.Hafford-Letchfield, T. (2009) Management and organisations in social work. LearningMatters Ltd.Hale, C, K. Hayward, A. Wahidin, and E. Wincup (2005) Criminology. Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press.Johnston, L. (2000) ‘Private policing: problems and prospects’ in F Leishmann, BLoveday and S. Savage (eds) Core issues in policing. Harlow: Pearson/Longman.Johnston. L. (2000) Policing Britain: Risk, Security and Governance. London: Longman.Jones, T. (2007) The governance of Security: Pluralisation, Privatisation and Polarisationin Crime Control in Ch 25 in Maguire, M. et al Ed (2007) Oxford handbook ofCriminology. Oxford: OUP.
  3. 3. Loader, I. and R Sparks (2002/7) ‘ Contemporary landscapes of crime, order and control:Governance, risk and globalisation’ in M. Maguire, R. Morgan & R. Reiner (eds) TheOxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford university press. (ch3 in 2007 edt).Matthews R.& J Young (eds) The new politics of crime and punishment.Uffculme:Willan.Matthews Roger The myth of punitivenessTheoretical Criminology 2005; 9; 175 E. & Muncie, J. ed (2001) Sage Dictionary of Criminology. London: SageMcLaughlin E. et al ed. (2003) Criminological Perspectives London: SageMuncie, J. & Wilson, D. (2004) Student Handbook of Criminal Justice and CriminologyCavendish Publishing.Nelken, D (1994) The Futures of Criminology. London: Sage.Nash, M. (1999) Police, probation and protecting the public.London: Blackstone press.Newburn, T (2007) Criminology. Uffculme: Willan. Ch 24 Crime Prevention andcommunity safety pp 564-594Newburn, T (2007) Criminology. Uffculme: Willan. Ch 16 Late Modernity,governmentality and risk pp318-338O’Malley, P, (2010) ‘Governmental criminology’ in E McLaughlin and T Newburn(eds), The Sage Handbook of Criminological Theory, Sage: London 319-336O’Malley, P, (2008) ‘Neo-Liberalism and Risk in Criminology’ in T Anthony & CCunneen (eds), The Critical Criminology Companion, Hawkins Press: Sydney 55-67O’Malley, P, (2008) ‘Governmentality and risk’ in J Zinn (eds). Social Theories ofRisk and Uncertainty, Blackwell Publishing: Oxford 52-75O’Malley P, (2006) ‘Risk and criminology’ in G Mythen and S Walklate (eds),Critical Reflections on Risk and Human Security: Towards a Holistic Approach,McGraw-Hill/Open University Press:London 43-59O’Malley, P, (2006) ‘Risk and restorative justice’ in I.Aertson et al (eds),TheInstitutionalisation of Restorative Justice, Willan: Devon 216-236QAA (2007) Subject benchmark statements: Criminology. The Quality AssuranceAgency for Higher Education., P. (2007) Community Penalties: Probation, ‘What works’ and offendermanagement in Ch 31 in Maguire, M. et al Ed, Oxford handbook of Criminology.Oxford: OUP
  4. 4. Riddell, S. &Tett, L. (eds) (2001) Education, social justice and inter-agency working:Joined-up or fractured policy? London: Routledge.Smith, D. (2000) ‘Corporatism and the New Youth Justice’ in Goldson, B. (Ed) The NewYouth Justice.Tierney, J (2010) Criminology: Theory and Context. Harlow, Pearson: Longman.Valier, C. (2002) Theories of crime and punishment.Longman crime series.See ch 9‘Crime and punishment in late modernity’.Williams, K. (2001) Textbook on criminology. Oxford: OUP. See Ch 19 Governance riskand globalisation.