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Sandra Walklate
Sandra Walklate
Professor of Criminology, Monash University
Verified email at monash.edu
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Critical victimology: International perspectives
R Mawby, S Walklate
Sage, 1994
6681994
Gender, crime and criminal justice
S Walklate
Willan, 2013
4932013
Imagining the victim of crime
S Walklate
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2006
4772006
Victimology (Routledge Revivals): The victim and the criminal justice process
S Walklate
Routledge, 2013
3942013
Criminology and Terrorism: Which Thesis? Risk Society or Governmentality?
G Mythen, S Walklate
British journal of criminology 46 (3), 379-398, 2006
3572006
Understanding criminology: Current theoretical debates
S Walklate
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2007
3522007
‘I’ma Muslim, but I'm not a Terrorist’: Victimization, Risky Identities and the Performance of Safety
G Mythen, S Walklate, F Khan
The British Journal of Criminology 49 (6), 736-754, 2009
3372009
Communicating the terrorist risk: Harnessing a culture of fear?
G Mythen, S Walklate
Crime, Media, Culture 2 (2), 123-142, 2006
2482006
Gender and crime
S Walklate
An Introduction. London etc, 1995
2371995
Introducing policework
M Brogden, T Jefferson, S Walklate
Unwin Hyman, 1988
2371988
Terrorism, risk and international security: The perils of asking'what if?'
G Mythen, S Walklate
Security dialogue 39 (2-3), 221-242, 2008
2252008
Risk and criminal victimization: A modernist dilemma?
S Walklate
The British Journal of Criminology 37 (1), 35-45, 1997
2251997
Reframing criminal victimization: Finding a place for vulnerability and resilience
S Walklate
Theoretical criminology 15 (2), 179-194, 2011
2092011
Handbook of victims and victimology
S Walklate
Routledge, 2012
2022012
Crime and community: fear or trust?
S Walklate
British Journal of Sociology, 550-569, 1998
1751998
What is to be Done About Violence Against Women? Gender, Violence, Cosmopolitanism and the Law
S Walklate
The British journal of criminology 48 (1), 39-54, 2008
1712008
EBOOK: Beyond the Risk Society: Critical Reflections on Risk and Human Security
G Mythen, S Walklate
McGraw-hill education (UK), 2006
1572006
Victims: Trauma, testimony and justice
R McGarry, S Walklate
Routledge, 2015
1442015
‘Why should we have to prove we’re alright?’: Counter-terrorism, risk and partial securities
G Mythen, S Walklate, F Khan
Sociology 47 (2), 383-398, 2013
1412013
Whom can you trust? The politics of ‘grassing’on an inner city housing estate
K Evans, P Fraser, S Walklate
The Sociological Review 44 (3), 361-380, 1996
1111996
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