Noel Cross

Pub Date: 12/2009
Pages: 232

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Noel Cross

Further Reading

These online readings have been selected to complement your use of Criminal Law & Criminal Justice: An Introduction by Noel Cross. We have selected appropriate, insightful and relevant articles from SAGE journals.
1. Introduction

2. Actus reus

3. Mens rea

4. General defences in the criminal law

5. Alternative forms of criminal liability

6. Non-fatal assaults

7. Sexual assaults

8. Homicide

9. Property offences

10. Conclusions

Chapter 1

Bill Dixon and David Gadd (2006)
Getting the Message? 'New' Labour and the Criminalization of 'Hate'
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 6: 309-328

Lindsay Farmer (1996)
The Obsession with Definition: the Nature of Crime and Critical Legal Theory
Social & Legal Studies, 5: 57-73.

Martin Killias (2006)
The Opening and Closing of Breaches: A Theory on Crime Waves, Law Creation and Crime Prevention
European Journal of Criminology, 3: 11-31

Elena Loizidou (2004)
Criminal Law and Punishment: Indexical Permission
Punishment & Society, 6: 303-318.

Jayne Mooney and Jock Young (2006)
The Decline in Crime and the Rise of Anti-Social Behaviour
Probation Journal, 53: 397-407

Chapter 2

Richard Ericson (2007)
Rules in Policing: Five Perspectives
Theoretical Criminology, 11: 367-401

Peter Gill (2002)
Policing and Regulation: What is the Difference?
Social & Legal Studies, 11: 523-546

Ian Loader (1994)
Democracy, Justice and the Limits of Policing: Rethinking Police Accountability
Social & Legal Studies, 3: 521-544.

Ian Loader (2000)
Plural Policing and Democratic Governance
Social & Legal Studies, 9: 323-345

Ian Loader and Neil Walker (2001)
Policing as a Public Good: Reconstituting the Connections between Policing and the State
Theoretical Criminology, 5: 9-35

Chapter 3

Fiona Brookman, Lesley Noaks, and Emma Wincup (2001)
Access to Justice: Remand Issues and the Human Rights Act
Probation Journal, 48: 195-202

Michael Lynch and Ruth McNally
'Science', 'Common Sense', and DNA Evidence: A Legal Controversy about the Public Understanding of Science
Public Understanding of Science, 12: 83-103.

Mike McConville and Chester Mirsky (1993)
Looking through the Guilty Plea Glass: the Structural Framework of English and American State Courts
Social & Legal Studies, 2: 173-193

Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu (2007)
'Getting through the List': Judgecraft and Legitimacy in the Lower Courts
Social and Legal Studies, 16: 341-361

Michael Naughton (2005)
'Evidence Based Policy' and the Government of the Criminal Justice System - Only If the Evidence Fits!
Critical Social Policy, 25: 47-69

Chapter 4

Gavin Dingwall and Laurence Koffman (2008)
Determining the Impact of Intoxication in a Desert-Based Sentencing Framework
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 8: 335-348

Barbara Hudson (1999)
Punishment, Poverty and Responsibility: The Case for a Hardship Defence
Social & Legal Studies, 8: 583-591

Neil Hutton (1999)
Sentencing, Inequality and Justice
Social & Legal Studies, 8: 571-582

Andrew Millie, Jacqueline Tombs, and Mike Hough (2007)
Borderline Sentencing: A Comparison of Sentencers' Decision Making in England and Wales, and Scotland
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 7: 243-267

Mark Tunick (2004)
Can Culture Excuse Crime? Evaluating the Inability Thesis
Punishment & Society, 6: 395-409

Chapter 5

Leonidas K. Cheliotis (2006)
How Iron is the Iron Cage of New Penology? The Role of Human Agency in the Implementation of Criminal Justice Policy
Punishment & Society, 8: 313-340

David Faulkner (2008)
The New Shape of Probation in England and Wales: Values and Opportunities in a Changing Context
Probation Journal, 55: 71-83

Stephen Jones (2008)
Partners in Crime: A Study of the Relationship between Female Offenders and Their Co-defendants
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 8: 147-164

Roger Matthews (2005)
The Myth of Punitiveness
Theoretical Criminology, 9: 175-201

John Pratt (1998)
Towards the 'Decivilizing' of Punishment?
Social & Legal Studies, 7: 487-515

Chapter 6

Ruth Lewis, R Emerson Dobash, Russell P Dobash, and Kate Cavanagh (2001)
Law's Progressive Potential: The Value of Engagement with the Law for Domestic Violence
Social & Legal Studies, 10: 105-130

Leslie J. Moran (1995)
Violence and the Law: the Case of Sado-Masochism
Social & Legal Studies, 4: 225-251

Herschel Prins (2005)
Mental Disorder and Violent Crime: A Problematic Relationship
Probation Journal, 52: 333-357

David Smith, Larry Ray, and Liz Wastell (2002)
Racist Violence and Probation Practice
Probation Journal, 49: 3-9

Elizabeth Stanko (2001)
The Day to Count: Reflections on a Methodology to Raise Awareness about the Impact of Domestic Violence in the UK
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 1: 215-226

Chapter 7

Emily Finch and Vanessa E. Munro (2007)
The Demon Drink and the Demonized Woman: Socio-Sexual Stereotypes and Responsibility Attribution in Rape Trials Involving Intoxicants
Social & Legal Studies, 16: 591-614

Ruth Graham (2006)
Male Rape and the Careful Construction of the Male Victim
Social & Legal Studies,15: 187-208

Jan Jordan (2004)
Beyond Belief? Police, Rape and Women's Credibility
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 4: 29-59

Hazel Kemshall and Mike Maguire (2001)
Public Protection, Partnership and Risk Penality: The Multi-Agency Risk Management of Sexual and Violent Offenders
Punishment & Society, 3: 237-264

Anne-Marie McAlinden (2006)
Managing Risk: From Regulation to the Reintegration of Sexual Offenders
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 6: 197-218

Paul Almond (2009)
Understanding the Seriousness of Corporate Crime: Some Lessons for the New 'Corporate Manslaughter' Offence
Criminology and Criminal Justice, 9: 145-164

Chapter 8

Anna Carline (2005)
Zoora Shah: 'An Unusual Woman'
Social & Legal Studies, 14: 215-238

Russell P Dobash, R Emerson Dobash, Kate Cavanagh, Duncan Smith, and Juanjo Medina-Ariza (2007)
Onset of Offending and Life Course Among Men Convicted of Murder
Homicide Studies, 11: 243-271

Lesley Malone (2007)
In the Aftermath: Listening to People Bereaved by Homicide
Probation Journal, 54: 383-393

Claire Wardle (2007)
Monsters and Angels: Visual Press Coverage of Child Murders in the USA and UK, 1930-2000
Journalism, 8: 263-284

Chapter 9

Trevor Bennett and Fiona Brookman (2008)
The Role of Violence in Street Crime: A Qualitative Study of Violent Offenders
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, August 2008

Jason Ditton (1977)
Learning to 'Fiddle' Customers: An Essay on the Organised Production of Part-Time Theft
Work and Occupations, 4: 427-450

Mark Halsey and Alison Young (2006)
'Our Desires are Ungovernable': Writing Graffiti in Urban Space
Theoretical Criminology, 10: 275-306

Tony Kearon and Rebecca Leach (2000)
Invasion of the 'Body Snatchers': Burglary Reconsidered
Theoretical Criminology, 4: 451-472

Torin Monahan (2009)
Identity Theft Vulnerability: Neoliberal Governance through Crime Construction
Theoretical Criminology, 13: 155-176

Chapter 10

Bill Jordan (2003)
Criminal Justice, Social Exclusion and the Social Contract
Probation Journal, 50: 198-210

Nicola Lacey (1996)
Normative Reconstruction in Socio-Legal Theory
Social & Legal Studies, 5: 131-157

John Lea (1999)
Social Crime Revisited
Theoretical Criminology, 3: 307-325

Pat O'Malley (2008)
Experiments in Risk and Criminal Justice
Theoretical Criminology, 12: 451-469

Jock Young (2003)
Merton with Energy, Katz with Structure: The Sociology of Vindictiveness and the Criminology of Transgression
Theoretical Criminology, 7: 388-414