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Dr Samantha Walker

Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Samantha Walker

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Condemned to precarity? Criminalised youths, social enterprise and the sub-precariat, Soppitt, S., Oswald, R., Walker, S. 15 Jun 2022, In: Social Enterprise Journal
  • On honour, culture and violence against women in black and minority ethnic communities, Walker, S., Gill, A. 2020, Emerald Handbook of Criminology, Feminism and Social Change, Emerald
  • The Culturalisation of ‘Honour’-Based Violence and its Impact on Service Provision in Rural Communities, Walker, S. Oct 2020, In: Journal of Gender-Based Violence
  • Transforming Rehabilitation: The impact of austerity and privatisation on day-to-day cultures and working practices in ‘probation’, Walker, S., Annison, J., Beckett, S. 1 Mar 2019, In: Probation Journal
  • Women who kill: Examining female homicide through the lens of honour and shame, Walker, S., Gill, A. Jul 2019, In: Women's Studies International Forum

Criminology PhD June 01 2018


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