Sports Criminology: A Critical Criminology of Sports and Games

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Deborah JumpManchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom.

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  • Hirschi, T. (1969). Causes of delinquency. Berkeley, CA: University of California.

  • Jump, D. (2017). Why we should think some more. A response to ‘When you’re boxing you don’t think so much: pugilism, transitional masculinities and criminal desistance among young Danish gang members. Journal of Youth Studies, 20(8), 10931107. doi:10.1080/13676261.2017.1307331

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  • Matthews, C. R., & Channon, A. (2017). Understanding sports violence: revisiting foundational explorations. Sport in Society, 20(7), 751767. doi:10.1080/17430437.2016.1179735

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  • McMahon, S., & Belur, J. (2013). Sports-based programmes and reducing youth violence and crime, Project Oracle report October 2013. Retrieved from https://project-oracle.com/uploads/files/Project_Oracle_Synthesis_Study_02-2013_Sport_interventions_HQ.pdf

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  • Meek, R. (2014). Sport in prison: Exploring the Role of Physical Activity in Penal Practices/Correctional Settings. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

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  • Messner, M. (1990). When bodies are weapons: masculinity and violence in sport. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 25(3), 203220. doi:10.1177/101269029002500303

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  • Morris, P.H., & Lewis, D. (2003). “Tackling diving: the perception of deceptive intentions in association football (soccer). Journal of Nonverbal Behaviour, 34(1), 113. doi:10.1007/s10919-009-0075-0

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  • Sampson, A., & Vilella, M.R. (2012). Fight for peace in Rio and London- Assessing their progress and impact. London, UK: Centre for Institutional studies, University of East London.

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  • Sutherland, E. H., Cressey, D. R., & Luckenbill, D. (1995). The theory of differential association. Deviance: a symbolic interactionist approach (pp. 6468). Lanham, MD: General Hall.

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