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Cambridge Scholars (www.cambridgescholars.com)
Cambridge Scholars are pleased to provide a 20% discount code to British Criminology Society members for selected criminology titles. Go to their website and enter the code criminology20 before proceeding through checkout.
Cambridge Scholars have over 5,000 titles in their catalogue across a range of subjects, with a particular focus on the arts, humanities and social sciences. They provide a dedicated author service, with no cost to the editor or author, complimentary copies, a substantial author discount, and free access to all eBook titles. They also offer a generous royalty structure, where authors receive royalties from the very first sale. In addition, the publishing process is faster than most other publishers, usually being less than six months after final submission without compromising either the quality of the publication or the balance between editorial guidance and the author’s control over the integrity of their original argument.
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The Criminology team at Emerald Publishing are pleased to provide a 20% discount code to British Criminology Society members on all criminology titles. Go to emeraldpublishing.com/bookstore and enter the code EMERALDBSC20 when you checkout.
Leanne McRae, Curtin University, Australia
This first title in the new series Emerald Studies in Deviant Leisure is based around a series of case studies from the ‘wave of terror across Europe’ – the Bataclan Theatre and Stade de France in Paris, the German Christmas Market van attack in Berlin, the Reina Nightclub shooting in Istanbul, the Stockholm lorry attack, the bombing of the Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester and knife attacks on London Bridge – that are used to rethink the relationships between harm, crime, deviance, leisure and capitalism.
Emerald Publishing are an award-winning, independent academic publisher, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire. They are proud to be working with publisher Julia Willan to build a path-breaking new criminology books list.
Established by academics in 1967, Emerald was born of the communities it was set up to serve, with a commitment to help people make decisions that count, based on research that matters. Their aim has always been to publish rigorous academic research that helps students, researchers, educators and practitioners at all stages of their career. They combine strong roots in publishing with innovative author services and expertise in education, learning and development designed to nurture fresh thinking and publish research that makes a difference within and beyond academia.
In 2018 Emerald were named the IPG Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year, and also shortlisted for the British Book Awards in the Academic, Educational and Professional category.
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Criminologies of the Military
Militarism, National Security and Justice
Edited by Andrew Goldsmith and Ben Wadham
This innovative collection offers one of the first analyses of criminologies of the military from an interdisciplinary perspective. While some criminologists have examined the military in relation to the area of war crimes, this collection considers a range of other important but less explored aspects such as private military actors, insurgents, paramilitary groups and the role of military forces in tackling transnational crime. Drawing upon insights from criminology, this book’s editors also consider the ways the military institution harbours criminal activity within its ranks and deals with prisoners of war. The contributions, by leading experts in the field, have a broad reach and take a truly global approach to the subject.
Ben Wadham is Associate Professor of Sociology, Flinders University, Australia.
Andrew Goldsmith is Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Crime Policy & Research, Flinders University, Australia.
June 2018 | 9781509904860 | 224pp | Hardback | RSP: £65
Discount Price: £52
Order online at www.hartpublishing.co.uk – use the code CV7 at the checkout to get 20% off your order
Policy Press (www.policypress.co.uk)
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Policy also offer a 25% discount for BSC members on all their titles. At checkout please enter the following code: POBSC
New Horizons in Criminology provides concise authoritative texts in criminology which reflect cutting edge thought and theoretical development with an international scope. Divided into eight chapters, these short accessible texts are written so that the non-specialist academic, student or practitioner can understand them by explaining principles and developments clearly before going deeper into the subject.
Written by leading authors in their fields, the series aims to become essential reading for all academics and students (and practitioners) interested in where criminology is heading.
Key Themes in Policing is a textbook series designed to fill a growing need for research-informed policing within Higher Education curriculums and in practice. Edited by three experienced policing scholars, these concise, authoritative texts reflect the increasingly politicized, professionalized and scrutinized landscape of contemporary policing, and draw out both change and continuities in key areas of police work.
Aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate students and practitioners interested in policing and criminal justice issues, the series contains titles from leading authors reflecting cutting edge themes and issues impacting on contemporary policing nationally and internationally and with a focus on research-based evidence.
Accompanied by a companion website which provides a central information hub and additional resources for students and lecturers using them, each title in the series will include further reading sections and review questions to aid students’ understanding of the subject.
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Jones & Bartlett learning books are offering 25% discount & free Postage & packaging to members of the British Society of Criminology on all titles. The discount code is BSC17
Delinquency in Society, Tenth Edition – 9781284112955
Exploring Criminal Justice, Third Edition – 9781284112979
Criminal Investigation, Fifth Edition – 9781284082852
Criminology: Theory, Research and Policy – 9781284090925
An Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation, Third Edition – 9781284108149
CyberEthics – 9781284081398
SAGE Publishing is offering a 25% discount on all books to BSC members. Use code UKCRIM25 when you checkout from their website.
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CCJ is the journal of the BSC and is published by SAGE with an editorial team led by Editors-in-Chief, Michele Burman, Laura Piacentini and Sarah Armstrong.
Online First – Criminology and Criminal Justice offers OnlineFirst, by which forthcoming articles are published online before they are scheduled to appear in print.
Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group) offer BSC members a unique 20% discount code BSC17. It is valid through to December 31, 2017 on all books on their website. It cannot be combined with any other offers.
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