VICTORIAN BRITAIN 2000-2001 [N.B.]

Police and Crime

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Booklist:

C.Emsley

Crime and Society in England, 1750-1900.

D.Philips

Crime and Authority in Victorian England.

J.J.Tobias

Crime and Industrial Society in the Nineteenth Century.

D.Taylor

Crime, Policing and Punishment in England, 1750-1914.

M.J.Weiner

Reconstructing the Criminal; Culture, Law and Policy in England, 1830-1914.

A.W.B.Simpson

'Law, Crime & the Victorians,' [Review article], Journal of British Studies (1993).

B.S.Godfrey & J.P.Locker 'The nineteenth century decline of Custom and its impact on theories of 'Workplace Theft' and 'White Collar' Crime,' Northern History (2001).

G.Robb

White-Collar Crime in Modern England; Financial Fraud and Business Morality 1845-1929.

D.Hay & F.Snyder

Policing and Prosecution in Britain, 1750-1850.

H.Taylor 'Rationing Crime; the Political Economy of Criminal Statistics since the 1850s,' Economic History Review (1998).

R.Wells

'Popular Protest and Social Crime; the Evidence of Criminal Gangs in Rural Southern England,' Southern History (1991).

R.Sindall

'The London Garrotting Panics of 1856 and 1862,' Social History (1987).

I.Donachie

''Utterly Irreclaimable'; Scottish Convict Women and Australia, 1787-1852,' P.Swan and D.Foster (eds.) Essays in Regional and Local History in Honour of E.M.Signsworth.

A.R.Higginbotham

'"Sin of the Age"; Infanticide and Illegitimacy in Victorian London,' Victorian Studies (1989).

N.Tomes

''A Torrent of Abuse'; Crimes of Violence between Working Class Men and Women in London, 1840-1875,' Journal of Social History (1978).

C. McQuoid '"Don't let him loose or he'll murder me intirely"; Domestic Crime on Wearside 1841-1901,' North East History, 2001.
R.Swift 'Heroes or Villains? The Irish, Crime and Disorder in Victorian England,' Albion, (1997).

P.Johnson

'Class Law in Victorian England,' Past & Present (1993).

C.Emsley

The English Police

D.Taylor

The New Police; Crime, Conflict and Control in Nineteenth Century England.

V.Bailey (ed.)

Policing and Punishment in Nineteenth Century Britain.

A.Brundage

'Ministers, Magistrates, and Reformers; the Genesis of the Rural Constabulary Act of 1839', Parliamentary History (1986).

D. Philips

''A New Engine of Power and Authority'; The Institutionalisation of Law Enforcement in England, 1750-1850,' V.A.C.Gattrell, B.Lenman and G.Parker (eds.) Crime and the Law.

D.Jones

'The New police, Crime and People in England and Wales, 1829-1888', Trans. Royal Hist. Soc. (1983).

J.Hart

'Reform of the Borough Police, 1835-56', Eng. Hist. Rev. (1955).

J.Hart

'The Country and Borough Police Act, 1856', Public Administration (1956).

R.Swift

'Urban Policing in Early Victorian England; A Reappraisal', History (1988).

C.Steedman

Policing the Victorian Community; the Formation of English Provincial Police Forces 1856-80.

R.E.Foster

'A Cure for Crime? The Hampshire Constabulary, 1839-1856,' Southern History (1990).

R.D.Storch

'The Plague of Blue Locusts; Police Reform & Popular Resistance in Northen England, 1840-57', Int. Rev. Social Hist. (1975).

R.D.Storch

'The Policeman as Domestic Missionary; Urban Discipline and Popular Culture in Northern England, 1850-80', Journal of Social History, (1976).

M.McManus

‘Policing Street Nuissance in Mid-Victorian Durham; Bobby’s Thoroughly Bourgeoisie Agency of Social Control,’ North East History (1998).

D.Taylor

‘A Well-Chosen Effective Body of Men’; The Middlesbrough Police Force, 1841-1914.

E.C.Midwinter

Law and Order in Early Victorian Lancashire.

D.Philips

'Riots and Public Order in the Black Country, 1835-60', J.Stevenson & R.Quinault (eds.) Popular Protest & Public Order.

V.A.C.Gattrell

'The Decline of Theft and Violence in Victorian and Edwardian England,' Gattrell, B.Lenman, & G.Parker (eds.) Crime & the Law.

A.R.Higginbotham

''Sin of the Age'; Infanticide and Illegitimacy in Victorian London,' Victorian Studies (1989).

R.Sindall

'The London Garotting Panics of 1856 & 1862,' Social Hist. (1987)

M. J. Weiner

‘The Sad Story of George Hall: Adultery, Murder, and the Politics of Mercy in mid-Victorian England,’ Social History, (1999).

M.Ignatieff

A Just Measure of Pain; the Penitentiary in the Industrial Revolution.

R.McGowen

'Civilising Punishment: the End of Public Execution in England,' Journal of British Studies (1994).

M.H.Tomlinson

'Prison Palaces; A Reappraisal of Early Victorian Prisons', Bulletin Inst. Hist. Research (1978).

U.R.Q.Henriques

'The Rise and Decline of the Separate System of Prison Discipline,' Past and Present (1972).

R.McGowen

'A Powerful Sympathy: Terror, the Prisons, and Humanitarian Reform in Early Nineteenth Century Britain', Journal of British Studies (1986).

M.Cale

'Girls and the Perception of Sexual Danger in the Victorian Reformatory System,' History (1993).

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