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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

Journal article

Sim J. 2019. Aching desolation: Liverpool prison and the regressive limits of penal reform in England and Wales Critical and Radical Social Work, 7 :41-58 >DOI >Public Url

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sim J. 2010. THE HOUNDING OF DAVID OLUWALE BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 50 :158-U12 >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. The emancipation of prisoners: A socio-historical analysis of the dutch prison experience JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY, 25 :448-451 >Link

Sim J. 1998. Critical criminology: Visions from Europe. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, 38 :701-703 >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. PUNISHMENT AND MODERN SOCIETY - GARLAND,D SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 28 :617-618 >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. 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

Chapters

Carlton B, Sim J. 2018. Deaths in sites of state confinement: A continuum of routine violence and terror Loss, Dying and Bereavement in the Criminal Justice System :54-63 9781138283572 >DOI

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 9780415745659 >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 9781843926436 :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 9781107030749 >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

Tombs SP, Coleman R, Sim J, Whyte D. 2009. Introduction: State, Power, Crime Coleman R, Sim J, Tombs S, Whyte D. State, Power, Crime :1-19 Sage. London 9781412948043

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

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

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

Book

Coleman R, Sim J, Tombs S, Whyte D. 2009. State, power, crime :1-278 9781412948050 >DOI

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