Papers from the British Criminology Conference 2019

Vol. 19 ISSN 1759-0043

Public Criminologies: Communities, Conflict and Justice

University of Lincoln

Editor’s Note

The British Society of Criminology’s 2019 Conference was held from 2-7 July at University of Lincoln. The theme was ‘Public Criminologies’ and the keynote speakers featured Patrick Williams, Rob White and Sylvia Walby .

The papers submitted to this volume went through the journal’s rigorous peer review process and five out of nine submissions were accepted. Many thanks to the peer reviewers for their essential work in enabling publication of the journal and for the helpful comments that they provided to help further strengthen the submissions. Thanks is also due to the authors for their prompt revisions and co-operation. The timeline for journal is short and its production is greatly aided by this willingness to meet deadlines.

Lizzie Seal (Chair, BSC Publications Committee)

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Editorial 2019
Lizzie Seal

Kinking it Up: An exploration of the role of online social networking site FetLife in the stigma management of kink practices.
Rachela Colosi and Billie Lister

Assessing the Health Needs of Offenders Residing in the Community: a mixed-methods approach to reducing criminal behaviour.
Rosie Cooper

Thinking outside the box: intersectionality as a hate crime research framework.
Jane Healy

Exploring the Criminology Curriculum.
Kelly J. Stockdale and Rowan Sweeney

How Criminology is Taught and Researched Today.
Charlotte Harris, Helen Jones and Peter Squires