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Simon Winlow is the author of Badfellas: Crime, Tradition and New Masculinities (2001, Berg) and co-author of Bouncers: Violence and Governance in the Night-time Economy (2003, Oxford University Press), Violent Night: Urban Leisure and Contemporary Culture (2006, Berg), Criminal Identities and Consumer Culture: Crime, Exclusion and the New Culture of Narcissism (2008, Willan), Rethinking Social Exclusion: The End of the Social? (2013, Sage), Revitalizing Criminological Theory: Towards a New Ultra-Realism (2015, Routledge) and Riots and Political Protest: Notes from the Post-Political Present (2015, Routledge). 2016 will see the publication of Rise of the Right: The EDL and the Transformation of Working-Class Politics (Policy). He is also the co-editor of New Directions in Criminological Theory (2012, Routledge) and New Directions in Crime and Deviancy (2012, Routledge).
With Steve Hall, Winlow founded and directed the Teesside Centre for Realist Criminology between 2013-2015. He is currently the director of the British Society of Criminology's Critical Criminology Network.
Simon is happy to discuss all possible postgraduate applications in the fields of sociology or criminology. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
He tweets at @winlow_s
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