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McLaughlin, Eugene and Muncie, John (eds.) (2005) The Sage dictionary of criminology. Second edition, London, GB, Sage, 504pp.

Demey, Dieter (2005) Fertility, child care and the combination of family and work. An analysis of Belgian panel data (1992-2002). University of Leuven, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, Masters Thesis , 158pp.

Fleming, Jenny (2005) Working together: neighbourhood watch, reassurance policing and the potential of partnerships , Canberra, AU, Australian Institute of Criminology (Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice 303).

Fleming, Jenny and Rhodes, R.A.W. (2005) Bureaucracy, contracts and networks: the unholy trinity and the police. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 38, (2), 192-205. (doi:10.1375/000486505774310244).

Fleming , Jenny and Peetz, David (2005) Essential service unionism and the new police industrial relations. Journal of Collective Negotiations (formerly Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector), 30, (4), 283-305. (doi:10.2190/1NYH-5QQQ-5FFR-VYEA).

Margheritis, Ana (2005) Book review. Searching for home abroad: Japanese Brazilians and transnationalism, by J. Lesser. The Latin Americanist, 48, (2), 128-130. (doi:10.1111/j.1557-203X.2005.tb00038.x).

McLaughlin, Eugene (2005) Forcing the issue: new labour, new localism and the democratic renewal of police accountability. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 44, (5), 473-489. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-2311.2005.00392.x).

McLaughlin, Eugene (2005) From reel to ideal: the Blue Lamp and the popular cultural construction of the English ‘bobby’. Crime Media Culture, 1, (1), 11-30. (doi:10.1177/1741659005050241).

Thomson, R. and Taylor, R. (2005) Between cosmopolitanism and the locals: mobility as a resource in the transition to adulthood. Young, 13, (4), 327-342. (doi:10.1177/1103308805057051).

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