1. Personal eTextbook (Kortext) 2 items
    1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential – PeT This is your Personal eTextbook (Kortext) access the book from your myLearning module area as above

  2. Week 1: Introduction to the Module 2 items
    1. Essential 1 item
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: The Introduction and Chapter One 'The 6th Street Boys and Their Legal Entanglements'

    2. Additional 1 item
      1. The Travails of Urban Field Research - William Julius Wilson 11/2014

        Article Additional

  3. Week 2: Exploring Contemporary Social Worlds: Studying City and Community Life 3 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Appendix A Methodological Note pp.213-263

      2. Criminology Skills - Emily Finch, Stefan Fafinski 13/08/2019

        Book Essential

    2. Additional 1 item
      1. Researching the city - Kevin Ward 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Additional Read: Lathan, A. (2014) Using Diaries to Study Urban World

  4. Week 3: Ethnographies of Crime 11 items
    1. Essential 4 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Two 'Techniques for Evading the Authorities' pp. 23-53

      2. Handbook of ethnography - Paul Atkinson, Amanda Coffey, Sara Delamont, John Lofland 2001

        Book Essential Read: Hobbs, D. (2001) Ethnography and the Study of Deviance

      3. Criminology skills - Emily Finch, Stefan Fafinski 2016

        Book Digitisation Chapter 13: Research ethics, pp.281-309

    2. Additional 7 items
      1. Ethnography: principles in practice - Martyn Hammersley, Paul Atkinson 2007

        Book Additional

      2. Interpreting the field: accounts of ethnography - Dick Hobbs, Tim May 1993

        Book Additional

  5. Week 4: Researching Youth Leisure Cultures 8 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Three 'When the Police Knock Your Door In'

      2. Criminology - Tim Newburn 2017

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Ten 'Cultures and Subcultures and Cultural Criminology' pp. 208-225

    2. Additional 5 items
      1. Making Race Matter: Bodies, Space and Identity - Les Back 2005

        Chapter Additional Read Digitised Chapter: Back, L. (2005) ''Home from Home': Youth, Belonging and Place'

      2. Flashback: drugs and dealing in the golden age of the London rave scene - Jennifer R. Ward 2015

        Book Additional Read: Introduction 'Rave Club Culture' digitised below and Chapter Six 'The Role of Women in Drug Selling'

      3. Introduction: Rave culture club - Jennifer R. Ward 2010

        Chapter Digitisation

  6. Week 5: Understanding Street Culture 3 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Five 'The Social Life of Criminalized Young People'

      2. Understanding street culture: poverty, crime, youth and cool - Jonathan Ilan 2015

        Book Digitisation Read: Chapter Two 'Understanding Urban Poverty, Culture and Crime'

  7. Week 6: Independent Learning Week 0 items
  8. Week 7: Crime Prevention Strategies in the City 5 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

      2. An introduction to criminal justice 2017

        Book Digitisation Read: Esther F.J.C. van Ginneken - Chapter 10: Community safety and crime prevention, pp.189-207

    2. Additional 2 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of criminology - Alison Liebling, Maruna Shadd, Lesley McAra 2017

        Book Additional Read: Crawford, A. and Evans, K. (2017) 'Crime Prevention and Community Safety'

  9. Week 8: Policing and Security in the City 4 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Six 'The Market in Protections and Privileges'

    2. Additional 2 items
      1. Stop and search in global context - Leanne Weber, Ben Bowling 12/2011

        Article Additional

  10. Week 9: Experiencing Probation Supervision in the City 3 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

  11. Week 10: Migrant City 3 items
    1. Essential 1 item
      1. Mischief, Morality and Mobs - Dick Hobbs 2016-8-5

        Book Print on Order Read: Monrose, K. (2016) Shame, Scandal and Respectability Amongst the Children of the Windrush Generation

    2. Additional 2 items
      1. Migrant city - Les Back 2018

        Book Additional

  12. Week 11: 'Mass Incarceration': 'Urban Outcasts and Advanced Marginality' 6 items
    1. Essential 3 items
      1. On the run: fugitive life in an American city - Alice Goffman 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential

    2. Additional 3 items
  13. Week 12: Crimes in the City 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Social advantage and disadvantage - Hartley Dean, Lucinda Platt 2016

        Book Essential Read: Chapter Sixteen 'Social Disadvantage, Crime, and Punishment'

  14. Week 13: Tackling Crime in London and Social Inclusion 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
  15. Week 14: Working in the City: Criminal Justice Agencies - London Metropolitan Police 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
  16. Week 15: Working in the City: Criminal Justice Agencies - Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) 3 items
    1. Essential 3 items
  17. Week 16: Working in the City: Criminal Justice Agencies - Circles of Support and Accountability (COSAs) 3 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Circles South East: The First 10 Years 2002-2012 - Andrew Bates, Dominic Williams, Chris Wilson, Robin J. Wilson 07/2014

        Article Essential

    2. Additional 1 item
  18. Week 17: Student Guided Study Week 0 items
  19. Week 18: Doing your group research project 1 item
    1. Essential 1 item
      1. A student's guide to presentations: making your presentation count - Barbara Chivers, Michael Shoolbred 2007

        Book Essential Read: *pp. 63-65 'Set clear group and individual goals' *pp. 62-63 'Create a listening and decision-making culture' *pp. 59-62 'Assign roles and responsibilities within the group'

  20. Week 19: Doing your group research project 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Research methods: a practical guide for the social sciences - Bob Matthews, Liz Ross 2010

        Book Essential Read: *pp. 94-97 'What is Literature' *pp. 100-105 'Searching for Literature'

      2. A student's guide to presentations: making your presentation count - Barbara Chivers, Michael Shoolbred 2007

        Book Essential Read: *pp. 20-30 'What makes an effective presentation'

  21. Week 20: Doing your group research project 2 items
    1. Essential 1 item
      1. A student's guide to presentations: making your presentation count - Barbara Chivers, Michael Shoolbred 2007

        Book Essential Read: *pp. 67-77 'Ten steps for preparing your presentation'

    2. Additional 1 item
      1. The academic skills handbook - Diana Hopkins, Tom Reid, Tom Reid 2018

        Book Additional Read: *pp. 247-273 'Giving Effective Presentations'

  22. Week 21: Reflective Essay 2 items
    1. Essential 2 items
      1. Reflective practice: writing and professional development - Gillie Bolton, Russell Delderfield 2018

        Book Essential

  23. Week 22: Referencing - Library Exercise 5 items
    1. Essential 5 items
      1. The academic skills handbook - Diana Hopkins, Tom Reid, Tom Reid 2018

        Book Essential Read: *pp. 183-199 'Referencing with Accuracy'

      2. Criminology LibGuide - Middlesex University Library and Student Support 2019

        Webpage Essential

      3. Criminology Skills - Emily Finch, Stefan Fafinski 13/08/2019

        Book Essential Read: Chapter 8: Referencing and avoiding plagiarism, pp.147-168

      4. Referencing & Plagiarism LibGuide - Middlesex University Library and Student Support 2019

        Webpage Essential

  24. Further 1 item
    1. In addition, Criminology & Sociology is on Twitter. Please follow as @CrimAndSoc. Lecturers will post links to interesting journal and newspaper articles, TV and radio shows and blogs that you might find beneficial to your studies. If you come across something in your studies or the wider media that you think may be of interest to your fellow students, then please Tweet us to let us know. 

       

      The Library's Online Subject Guides (http://libguides.mdx.ac.uk/criminology) are a good place to start with your research, as they bring together the key research tools for your subject area and offer a wide range of support.

      Your Subject Liaison Librarian will also help you with your research, finding and accessing resources and referencing your work:

      • Ask your Librarian a question at http://askalibrarian.mdx.ac.uk
      • Book an appointment with your Librarian at http://libcal.mdx.ac.uk
      • Follow your Librarian on Twitter @CrimSocLibatMDX