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Geoff Sharp

First Published in jimsresearchnotes 3 Oct 2011 One of the most interesting points Jock Young makes in The Criminological Imagination (p. 208) is that the early criminology literature was part of “the deconstructionist impulse” which began in the United States in the early … Continue reading

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Alan G. Davis: 1941-1996: an appreciation

First Published in jimsresearchnotes 26 January 2010, minor revisions 12 Aug 2014 I was first introduced to symbolic interaction in 1966 when Alan Davis invited me to apply for an assistant lectureship at Aberdeen. At the time I was at … Continue reading

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