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Humanities and Social Science

Prof Joe Sim

Prof Joe Sim

Telephone: 0151 231 5143

Publications

Highlighted publications

Sim J. 2009. Punishment and Prisons: Power and the Carceral State Sage Publications Limited. London 9780761960041

Sim J. 2008. Pain and Punishment: The Real and the Imaginary in Penal Institutions Carlen P. Imaginary Penalties Willan 978-1-84392-375-6

Sim J, Cooper . Punishing the Detritus and the Damned: Why Prison in Liverpool? Scott D. Why Prison Cambridge University Press. Cambridge 9781107030749

Chapters

Ryan M, Sim J. 2016. Campaigning for and campaigning against prisons: Excavating and reaffirming the case for prison abolition Handbook on Prisons: Second Edition :712-733 9781317754541 >DOI

Coleman R, Sim J. 2013. Contemporary statecraft and the ‘punitive obsession’: A critique of the new penology thesis The New Punitiveness: Trends, Theories, Perspectives :101-118 9781843926436 >DOI

Sim J. 2012. At the centre of the new professional gaze: Women, medicine and confinement Women, Madness and the Law: A Feminist Reader :211-226 9781843146063 >DOI

Cooper V, Sim J. 2010. Punishing the detritus and the damned: Penal and semi-penal institutions in Liverpool and the North West Why Prison? :189-210 9781139344258 >DOI

Coleman R, Sim J, Tombs S, Whyte D. 2009. Introduction: State, Power, Crime State, Power, Crime :1-19 9781446269527 >DOI

Sim J, Tombs S. 2009. State Talk, State Violence: 'Violence at Work in the UK' Leys C, Panitch L. Violence Today The Socialist Register 2009 Actually Existing Barbarism Merlin Press 9780850366075

Sim J. 2008. Pain and Punishment: The Real and the Imaginary in Penal Institutions Carlen P. Imaginary Penalties Willan 978-1-84392-375-6

Sim J. 2007. An Inconvenient Criminological Truth: Pain, Punishment and Prison Officers Bennett J, Crewe B, Wahidin A. Understanding Prison Staff Willan Routledge

Cooper V, Sim J. Punishing the Detritus and the Damned: Why Prison in Liverpool? Scott DG. Why Prison? Cambridge University Press. Cambridge

Sim J, Cooper . Punishing the Detritus and the Damned: Why Prison in Liverpool? Scott D. Why Prison Cambridge University Press. Cambridge 9781107030749

Journal Articles

Sim J. 2015. The toxic legacy of New Labour Criminal Justice Matters, 102 :31-32 >DOI

Sim J. 2015. Strangeways: twenty-five years on Criminal Justice Matters, 100 :31 >DOI

Sim J. 2014. For Stuart Hall: Joe Sim remembers his PhD supervisor Criminal Justice Matters, 96 :28 >DOI

Sim J. 2014. OFFENDER REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES: ENABLING CHANGE THE TC WAY BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 54 :972-975 >DOI >Link

Coleman R, Sim J. 2013. Managing the mendicant: Regeneration and repression in Liverpool: Roy Coleman and Joe Sim explore constructs of inclusion - and exclusion Criminal Justice Matters, 92 :30-31 >DOI

Sim J. 2012. 'Shock and Awe': Judicial responses to the riots: Joe Sim focuses on the authoritarian response to the August 2011 disturbances Criminal Justice Matters, 89 :26-27 >DOI

Sim J. 2011. Review: Criminal Justice in Scotland Critical Social Policy, 31 :481-483 >DOI

Christie N, Currie E, Kennedy H, Morgan R, Laycock G, Sim J, Tombs J, Walters R, Loader I, Sparks R. 2011. A SYMPOSIUM OF REVIEWS OF PUBLIC CRIMINOLOGY? BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 51 :707-738 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2011. Criminal Justice in Scotland CRITICAL SOCIAL POLICY, 31 :481-483 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2010. Thinking about state violence Criminal Justice Matters, 82 :6-7 >DOI

Sim J. 2010. The toxic legacy of New Labour: Joe Sim argues that New Labour stands indicted for intensifying politically and spiritually corrosive policies in the criminal justice system Criminal Justice Matters, 79 :30-31 >DOI

Sim J. 2010. THE HOUNDING OF DAVID OLUWALE BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 50 :158-U12 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2010. PUNISHING THE POOR: THE NEOLIBERAL GOVERNMENT OF SOCIAL INSECURITY BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 50 :589-593 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2009. My Father's Watch: The Story of a Child Prisoner in 70s Britain. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 49 :281-284 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2005. Ironies of imprisonment PUNISHMENT & SOCIETY-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PENOLOGY, 7 :483-485 >DOI >Link

Hillyard P, Sim J, Tombs S, Whyte D. 2004. Leaving a 'stain upon the silence' - Contemporary criminology and the politics of dissent BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 44 :369-390 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2003. Engendering resistance: Agency and power in women's prisons. SOCIAL & LEGAL STUDIES, 12 :145-147 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2003. Captive audience: Media, masculinity and power in prisons THEORETICAL CRIMINOLOGY, 7 :239-242 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 2002. The future of prison health care: A critical analysis Critical Social Policy, 22 :300-323 >DOI

Sim J. 2002. Mass imprisonment: Social causes and consequences. SOCIAL & LEGAL STUDIES, 11 :312-314 >DOI >Link

Coleman R, Sim J. 2000. 'You'll never walk alone': CCTV surveillance, order and neo-liberal rule in Liverpool city centre. Br J Sociol, 51 :623-639 >Link

Sim J. 1998. Critical criminology: Visions from Europe. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 38 :701-703 >Link

Sim J. 1998. The emancipation of prisoners: A socio-historical analysis of the dutch prison experience JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, 25 :448-451 >Link

Sim J. 1997. The order of terror: The concentration camp - Sofsky,W SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 31 :835-837 >DOI >Link

SIM J. 1995. DISCOURSE, POWER AND JUSTICE - TOWARDS A NEW SOCIOLOGY OF IMPRISONMENT - ADLER,M, LONGHURST,B SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 29 :739-740 >DOI >Link

SIM J. 1994. THE PERSISTENT PRISON - RETHINKING DECARCERATION AND PENAL REFORM - MCMAHON,MW SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 28 :320-321 >DOI >Link

SIM J. 1994. PUNISHMENT AND MODERN SOCIETY - GARLAND,D SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 28 :617-618 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 1993. Turning the Prison Screw Criminal Justice Matters, 14 :12 >DOI

SIM J. 1993. SUSPECT COMMUNITY - HILLYARD,P JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, 20 :475-478 >DOI >Link

Sim J. 1987. Repressing the living dead: Penal policy and the peterhead demonstration Critical Social Policy, 7 :68-72 >DOI

Books

Coleman R, Sim J, Tombs S, Whyte D. 2009. State, power, crime :1-278 9781446269527 >DOI

Sim J. 2009. Punishment and Prisons: Power and the Carceral State Sage Publications Limited. London 9780761960041