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Professor Eugene McLaughlin

Professor of Criminology

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Sociology

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About

Background

Eugene McLaughlin is Professor of Criminology and co-director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Research. He completed his postgraduate criminology studies at the University of Cambridge and the University of Sheffield. Eugene has held various academic appointments including at the University of Hong Kong, Edge Hill University, the Open University and the University of Southampton. He has also been Visiting Professor at the Department of Sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, the Department of Communication Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. He was co-editor of Theoretical Criminology and has served on the editorial boards of the British Journal of Criminology, Critical Social Policy and the Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. He is currently an associate editor of Crime, Media and Culture.

Research

Research interests

Eugene’s current research focuses on two substantive areas. The first research topic is the inter-mediatisation of crime and justice and in particular, trial by media and media justice, high profile crimes and institutional corruption and scandal. The second topic is the rapidly changing politics and governance of the police in England and Wales.

His most recent books are Understanding Deviance (with Paul Rock and David Downes, Oxford, 7th edition, 2016Criminological Perspectives (with John Muncie, Sage, 3rd edition, 2013), The Sage Handbook of Criminological Theory (with Tim Newburn, paperback, Sage, 2013) and The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (with John Muncie, Sage, 3rd edition, 2012). He has also authored and co-authored numerous journal articles and book chapters.

Publications

Books (16)

  1. Downes, D., Rock, P. and McLaughlin, E. (2016). Understanding Deviance. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-874734-5.
  2. McLaughlin, E. and Cashmore, E. (Eds.), (2013). Out of Order? The Policing of Black People. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-03726-6.
  3. McLaughlin, E. (2013). Sage Handbook of Criminological Theory. McLaughlin, E. (Ed.), London: Sage. ISBN 978-1-4462-7053-0.
  4. McLaughlin, E. (2013). Criminological Perspectives. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), London: Sage. ISBN 978-1-4462-0786-4.
  5. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), (2012). The Sage Dictionary of Criminology. SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4129-1085-9.
  6. McLaughlin, E. (2007). The New Policing. London: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-8039-8905-4.
  7. McLaughlin, E., Fergusson, R., Hughes, G. and Westmarland, L. (Eds.), (2003). Restorative Justice: Critical Issues. London: SAGE Publications. ISBN 978-0-7619-4209-2.
  8. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), (2003). Criminological Perspectives. SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-4144-6.
  9. Muncie, J., Hughes, G. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), (2002). Youth Justice. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7619-4914-5.
  10. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), (2001). Controlling Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7619-6973-0.
  11. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), (2001). The Problem of Crime. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7619-6971-6.
  12. Hughes, G. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), (2001). Crime Prevention and Community Safety: New Directions. London: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-7409-3.
  13. Clarke, J., Gewirtz, S. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), (2000). New Managerialism, New Welfare? London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4129-3166-3.
  14. McLaughlin, E. (1994). Community, Policing, and Accountability. Aldershot: Avebury Series in Criminology. ISBN 978-1-85628-488-2.
  15. Clarke, J., Cochrane, A. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), (1994). Managing Social Policy. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-0-8039-7769-3.
  16. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. Trial by Media. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-60089-7.

Chapters (51)

  1. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2017). News Power, Crime and Media Justice. In Liebling, A. and McAra, L. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-871944-1.
  2. Goluandris, A. and McLaughlin, E. (2016). What's in a name? the UK newspapers' fabrication and commodification of Foxy Knoxy. In Gies, L. and Bortoluzzi, M. (Eds.), Transmedia Crime Stories: the Trial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito a Globalised Media Sphere London: Palgrave. ISBN 978-1-137-59003-9.
  3. McLaughlin, E. (2016). Arresting Images: the Power of Murder Scene Photography. In Amorelli, S. and Sezzi, R. (Eds.), Clue Cold: The Genesis of Forensic Photography Genoa: Tormena Editore.
  4. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2015). The return of the repressed: secrets. lies, denial and "historical" child sexual abuse scandals. In Whyte, D. (Ed.), How Corrupt is Britain London: Pluto Press. ISBN 978-0-7453-3530-8.
  5. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2014). Righting Wrongs: Citizen Journalism and Miscarriages of Justice. In Thorsen, E. and Allan, S. (Eds.), Citizen Journalism, Global Perspectives (Volume 2) (pp. 39–50). Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften. ISBN 978-1-4331-2282-8.
  6. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2012). Trial by Media: Phone-hacking, Riots, Looting, Gangs and Police Chiefs. In Peay, J. and Newburn, T. (Eds.), Policing, Politics, Culture and Control (pp. 135–154). London: Hart Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84946-300-3.
  7. Greer, C. (2011). Introduction to 'The Camera Never lies: Documenting G20'. The Camera Never Lies: Documenting G20 London: Giles Price.
  8. McLaughlin, E. (2011). Critical criminology: the renewal of theory, politics and practice. In Bosworth, M. and Hoyle, C. (Eds.), What is Criminology? Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-163541-0.
  9. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2010). Prevemos um motim?o policiamento da ordem publica, os novos ambientes mediaticos e a emergencia do cidadao-jornalista. In Machado, H. and Santos, F. (Eds.), Justica, Ambientes Mediaticos e Ordem Social Lisbon: HUMUS.
  10. McLaughlin, E. (2010). Rethinking policing and race: from community cohesion to national security. In Bloch, A. and Solomos, J. (Eds.), Race and Ethnicity in the 21st Century (pp. 93–111). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 978-0-230-00778-9.
  11. McLaughlin, E. (2010). Critical criminology. In McLaughlin, E. and Newburn, T. (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Criminology London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  12. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2010). 'Prevemos um Motim: O Policiamento da Ordem Pública, os Novos Ambientes Mediáticos e a Emergência do Cidadão-Jornalista'. In Machado, H. and Santos, F. (Eds.), Justiça, Media e Cidadania Almedina: Coimbra.
  13. McLaughlin, E. (2009). Postmodern policing. In Fleming, J. (Ed.), Sage Dictionary of Policing (pp. 237–240). London: SAGE. ISBN 978-1-4129-3099-4.
  14. McLaughlin, E. (2009). Transnational policing. In Fleming, J. (Ed.), Sage Dictionary of Policing (pp. 305–310). London: SAGE. ISBN 978-1-4129-3099-4.
  15. McLaughlin, E. (2007). Diversity or anarchy: the post-Macpherson blues. In Rowe, M. (Ed.), Policing Beyond Macpherson (pp. 18–42). Cullompton: Willan Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84392-212-4.
  16. McLaughlin, E. (2006). Anti-racism research. Sage Dictionary of Social Research Methods London: Sage Books.
  17. McLaughlin, E. and McLaughlin, E. (2005). Consuming crime and avoiding punishment: media influence in the shaping of public perceptions of crime and punishment. The Persistent Prison: Problems, Images and Alternatives (pp. 113–143). London: Francis Boutle Punlishers.
  18. McLaughlin, E. (2004). Recovering blackness/repudiating whiteness: the Daily Mail’s construction of the five white suspects accused of the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence. In Murji, K. and Solomos, J. (Eds.), Racialization : Studies in Theory and Practice (pp. 163–184). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-155518-3.
  19. McLaughlin, E., Fergusson, R., Hughes, G. and Westmarland, L. (2003). Justice in the round: contextualizing restorative justice. In McLaughlin, E., Fergusson, R. and Hughes, G. (Eds.), Restorative Justice: Critical Issues (pp. 1–19). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-4208-4.
  20. McLaughlin, E. and Hughes, G. (2003). Towards a new paradigm of sovereign power: community governance, preventative safety and the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships. In Cottee, S. and Smith, C. (Eds.), British Society of Criminology Conference Proceedings (pp. 30–44). Bangor: British Society of Criminology.
  21. McLaughlin, E. and Hughes, G. (2002). Together we’ll crack it’: partnership and the governance of crime. In Glendenning, C. and et al, (Eds.), Partnerships and Public Policy Bristol: Policy Press.
  22. McLaughlin, E. (2002). Same bed, different dreams: postmodern reflections on crime prevention and community safety. In Edwards, A. and Hughes, G. (Eds.), Crime Prevention and the Community Collumpton: Willan Press.
  23. McLaughlin, E. (2001). Controlling crime:introduction. In McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (Eds.), Controlling Crime (pp. 1–9). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-6972-1.
  24. McLaughlin, E. (2001). Key issues in policework. In McLaughlin, E. (Ed.), Controlling Crime (pp. 53–100). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-6972-1.
  25. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (2001). Loose connections and new directions: neo-liberalism, new managerialism and the modernisation of the British police. In Stenson, K. and Sullivan, R. (Eds.), Crime, Neo-Liberalism and the Risk Society Cambridge: Willan Press.
  26. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (2001). Drugs and European governance. In Guibernau, M. (Ed.), Governing European Diversity (pp. 229–258). London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7619-5465-1.
  27. McLaughlin, E. (2001). ’The crisis of the social and the materialisation of community safety. In Hughes, G. and et al, (Eds.), Crime Prevention and Community Safety: New Directions London: SAGE Publications.
  28. McLaughlin, E. and Hughes, G. (2001). Teetering on the edge: the futures of crime control and community safety. In Hughes, G. and et al, (Eds.), Crime Prevention and Community Safety: New Directions (pp. 318–340). London: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-7409-3.
  29. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (2001). Ways of seeing: the news media and the reporting of racist violence. In May, M. and et al, (Eds.), Understanding Social Problems (pp. 263–278). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-0-631-22030-5.
  30. McLaughlin, E. (2001). Political Violence, Terrorism and States of Fear. In Muncie, J. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), The Problem of Crime (pp. 283–330). London: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-7619-6971-6.
  31. McLaughlin, E., Clarke, J. and Gewritz, S. (2000). Reinventing the welfare state. In Clarke, J., Gewirtz, S. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), New Managerialism, New Welfare (pp. 1–26). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-6756-7.
  32. McLaughlin, E. (2000). Police stations. In Pile, S. (Ed.), City A-Z London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-20727-4.
  33. McLaughlin, E. (2000). Crime. In Pile, S. (Ed.), City A-Z London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-20727-4.
  34. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (2000). The criminal justice system: New Labour's partnerships. In Clarke, J., Gewirtz, S. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), New Managerialism, New Welfare (pp. 169–185). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-6756-7.
  35. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (2000). Partners in crime prevention: new managerialism, New Labour and the modernisation of criminal justice. In Clarke, J., Gewirtz, S. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), New Managerialism, New Welfare? (pp. 169–185). London: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4129-3166-3.
  36. McLaughlin, E. (1999). Cultural constructions of Englishness: the case of the English ‘Bobby’. In Leskela, M. (Ed.), Outsiders or Insiders? Constructing Identities in an Integrating Europe Turku: Unipaps University of Turku. ISBN 978-951-29-1503-3.
  37. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (1999). Walled Cities: surveillance, regulation and segregation. In Brook, C. (Ed.), Disorderly Cities London: Routledge.
  38. McLaughlin, E. (1998). Social Work or social control? Remaking probation work. In Hughes, G. and Lewis, G. (Eds.), Unsettling Welfare: the Reconstruction of Social Policy (Social Policy: Welfare, Power and Diversity) (pp. 159–208). London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-18134-1.
  39. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1997). The future lasts along time: public policework and the managerialist paradox. In Francis, P., Davies, P. and Jupp, V. (Eds.), Policing Futures Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-312-17597-9.
  40. McLaughlin, E. (1996). Political violence, terrorism and states of fear. In Muncie, J. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), The Problem of Crime (pp. 283–331). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-6971-3.
  41. McLaughlin, E. (1996). Police, policing and policework. In McLaughlin, E. (Ed.), Controlling Crime (pp. 51–106). London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-5000-1.
  42. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1996). Times Change: new formations and representations of police accountability. In Critcher, C. and Waddington, D. (Eds.), Policing Disorder: Theoretical and Practical Issues Aldershot: Avebury.
  43. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1995). The end of public policing? police reform and the ‘new managerialism. In Noaks, L., Maguire, M. and Levi, M. (Eds.), Contemporary issues in criminology Cardiff: University of Wales Press. ISBN 978-0-7083-1297-1.
  44. McLaughlin, E., Clarke, J. and Cochrane, A. (1994). Mission accomplished or unfinished business?: the impact of managerialisation. In Clarke, J., Cochrane, A. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Managing Social Policy (pp. 226–242). London: Sage. ISBN 0-8039-7768-9.
  45. McLaughlin, E. and Clarke, J. (1994). Why management matters. In Clarke, J., Cochrane, A. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Managing Social Policy (pp. 1–12). London: Sage. ISBN 0-8039-7768-9.
  46. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (1994). Managing criminal justice. In Clarke, J., Cochrane, A. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Managing Social Policy London: SAGE. ISBN 978-0-8039-7769-3.
  47. McLaughlin, E. (1993). Hong Kong: a Residual Welfare Regime. In Cochrane, A. and Clarke, J. (Eds.), Comparing Welfare States London: Sage.
  48. McLaughlin, E. (1993). Ireland: From Catholic Corporatism to Social Partnership. In Cochrane, A. and Clarke, J. (Eds.), Comparing Welfare States London: Sage.
  49. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (1993). Juvenile delinquency. In Dallos, R. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Social Problems and the Family London: Sage. ISBN 978-0-8039-8837-8.
  50. McLaughlin, E. and Cashmore, E. (1991). Out of order?; the policing of black people. In Cashmore, E. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Out of Order: The Policing of Black People London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-03726-6.
  51. McLaughlin, E. (1991). Police accountability and black people: into the future. In Cashmore, E. and McLaughlin, E. (Eds.), Out of Order: The Policing of Black People London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-03726-6.

Journal Articles (50)

  1. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2017). Theorizing institutional scandal and the regulatory state. Theoretical Criminology, 21(2), pp. 112–132. doi:10.1177/1362480616645648.
  2. McLaughlin, E. (2016). Taking stock: The Establishment of a Distinctive Criminological Tradition. Social Transformations in Chinese Society .
  3. Lowe, K. and McLaughlin, E. (2015). ‘Caution! The Bread is Poisoned’: The Hong Kong Mass Poisoning of January 1857. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 43(2), pp. 189–209. doi:10.1080/03086534.2014.974904.
  4. McLaughlin, E. (2015). On Flypaper. London Review of Books, (December) .
  5. McLaughlin, E. (2014). See also Young 1971: Marshall McLuhan, moral panics and moral indignation. Theoretical Criminology: an international journal, 18(4), pp. 422–431.
  6. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2013). Julgamento Pelos Media: Policiamento, Ambiente Mediatico das Noticias 24/7 e a Politica da Indignacao (Portuguese translation of 'Trial By Media: Policing, The 24-7 News Mediasphere, And The Politics Of Outrage'). Comunicação & Cultura, 14, pp. 23–57.
  7. Greer, C. and McLaughlin, E. (2013). The Sir Jimmy Savile Scandal: Child Sexual Abuse and Institutional Denial at the BBC. Crime Media Culture: An International Journal, 9(3), pp. 243–264.
  8. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2012). 'This is not Justice: Ian Tomlinson, Institutional Failure and the Press Politics of Outrage. British Journal of Criminology, 52(6), pp. 274–293. doi:10.1093/bjc/azr086.
  9. McLaughlin, E. (2012). A paedophile scandal foretold: Sir Jimmy Savile, child sexual abuse scandals and the BBC. British Society of Criminology Newsletter, (7), pp. 1–5.
  10. McLaughlin, E. and Fleming, J. (2012). Researching Public Confidence. Policing and Society, 22(3) .
  11. McLaughlin, E. and Fleming, J. (2012). Through a different lens: researching the rise and fall of New Labour's ‘public confidence agenda. Policing and Society, 22(3), pp. 280–294. doi:10.1080/10439463.2012.704921.
  12. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2012). Media Justice: Madeleine McCann, Intermediatisation and 'Trial by Media' in the British Press. Theoretical Criminology, 16(4), pp. 395–416. doi:10.1177/1362480612454559.
  13. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2011). 'Trial by Media: Policing, the 24-7 News Mediasphere, and the Politics of Outrage. Theoretical Criminology, 15(1), pp. 23–46. doi:10.1177/1362480610387461.

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  14. McLaughlin, E. and Fleming, J. (2010). The public gets what the public wants?: interrogating the public confidence agenda. Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice, 4(3), pp. 199–202. doi:10.1093/police/paq024.
  15. McLaughlin, E. and Greer, C. (2010). 'We Predict a Riot: Public Order Policing, News Coverage and the Rise of the Citizen Journalist. British Journal of Criminology, 50(6), pp. 1041–1059. doi:10.1093/bjc/azq039.
  16. McLaughlin, E. and Neal, S. (2009). Researching up: interviews, emotionality and policy making elites. Journal of Social Policy, 38(4), pp. 689–707. doi:10.1017/S0047279409990018.
  17. McLaughlin, E. (2008). Hitting the panic button: policing/mugging/media/crisis. Crime, Media and Culture, 4(1), pp. 145–154. doi:10.1177/1741659007087280.
  18. McLaughlin, E. (2008). Straining towards dissolution : global Merton vs global jihad. Theoretical Criminology, 12(4), pp. 531–534. doi:10.1177/13624806080120040603.

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  19. McLaughlin, E. (2008). Last one out turn off the ‘Blue Lamp’: the geographical placement of police performance management. Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice, 2(3), pp. 266–275. doi:10.1093/police/pan041.
  20. McLaughlin, E. and Neal, S. (2007). Who can speak to race and nation? Intellectuals, public policy formation’ and the future of multi-ethnic Britain’. Cultural Studies, 21(6), pp. 911–931. doi:10.1080/09502380701470791.
  21. McLaughlin, E. and Chancer, L. (2007). Public Criminologies: Diverse perspectives on academia and policy. Theoretical Criminology: an International Journal, 11(2) . doi:10.1177/1362480607075845.

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  22. McLaughlin, E. (2005). Forcing the Issue: New Labour, New Localism and the Democratic Renewal of Police Accountability’. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 44(5), pp. 473–489. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2311.2005.00392.x.
  23. McLaughlin, E. (2005). Book Review: Policing and the Condition of England. Theoretical Criminology, 9(1), pp. 122–125.
  24. McLaughlin, E. (2005). From Reel to Ideal: the ‘Blue Lamp’ and the cultural construction of PC George Dixon. Crime, Media and Culture: an International Journal, 1(1), pp. 1–32. doi:10.1177/1741659005050241.

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  25. McLaughlin, E. and Neal, S. (2004). Misrepresenting the multi-cultural nation: the policy making process, news media management and the Parekh Report’. Policy Studies, 25(3), pp. 155–174. doi:10.1080/0144287012000277462.
  26. McLaughlin, E. and Hughes, G. (2003). Upravlanje kriminalitete in neredov v skupnosti: trendi in nestabilnosti v Velki Britainiji. Prakso Varstvoslovja, 5(4), pp. 273–282.
  27. McLaughlin, E. and johansen, A. (2002). A force for change: the prospects for applying restorative justice to citizen complaints against the police in England and Wales. British Journal of Criminology, 42(3), pp. 635–653. doi:10.1093/bjc/42.3.635.
  28. McLaughlin, E. (2002). Rocks and hard places: the politics of hate crime. Theoretical Criminology, 6(4), pp. 445–451. doi:10.1177/136248060200600408.
  29. McLaughlin, E., Hughes, G. and Muncie, J. (2002). Aan de rand de afgrond: de toekomst van misdaadbestrijding en publiek veiligheid. Justitiele Verkenningen, 4(2), pp. 63–87.
  30. McLaughlin, E. (2002). Cause for concern: the policing of hate crime. Criminal Justice Matters, 48(1), pp. 38–40.
  31. McLaughlin, E., Hughes, G. and Muncie, J. (2001). The permanent revolution: New Labour, new public management and the modernisation of criminal justice. Criminal Justice and Criminology, 3(3), pp. 301–318. doi:10.1177/1466802501001003003.
  32. McLaughlin, E. (2000). Book Review: A New Criminal Type. Theoretical Criminology, 4(4), pp. 399–204.
  33. McLaughlin, E., Fergusson, R., Muncie, J. and Pye, D. (2000). Normalised dislocation and new subjectivities in post-16 markets for education and work. Critical Social Policy, 20(3), pp. 283–307. doi:10.1177/026101830002000302.

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  34. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (2000). The Postmodern Condition of the Police. Liverpool Law Review, 21(1), pp. 217–240. doi:10.1023/A:1005637612120.
  35. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1999). After Stephen Lawrence. Critical Social Policy, 19(3), pp. 371–385. doi:10.1177/026101839901900305.
  36. McLaughlin, E. (1999). Cop out: the Macpherson report. Fortnight pp. 48–48.
  37. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1998). Resistance through representation: ‘storylines’, advertising and Police Federation Campaigns. Policing and Society, 8(1), pp. 367–399. doi:10.1080/10439463.1998.9964796.
  38. Lowe, K. and McLaughlin, E. (1995). Dollars and dim sum: merchandising Chinese history. History Today, 45(6) .
  39. McLaughlin, E. (1994). Book Review: Watching Police, Watching Communities. Critical Social Policy, 14(40), pp. 110–113.
  40. McLaughlin, E. (1993). Book Review: Dynamics of Collective Conflict. Social and Legal Studies, 2(2), pp. 243–246.
  41. McLaughlin, E. and Lowe, K. (1993). An El Dorado of riches and a place of unpunished crime: the politics of penal reform in Hong Kong, 1877–1882’. Criminal Justice History: An Annual Review, 14, pp. 57–91.
  42. McLaughlin, E. and Murji, K. (1993). Controlling the bill: restructuring the police in the 1990s. Critical Social Policy, 13(1), pp. 95–103.
  43. McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (1993). The silent revolution: market-based criminal justice in England and Wales. The Australian Socio-Legal Journal, 9(1), pp. 4–14.
  44. McLaughlin, E. (1992). Book Review: The Stalker Affair and the Press. British Journal of Criminology, 32(2), pp. 256–258.
  45. McLaughlin, E. (1992). Book Review: Inside the RUC:. Soical and Legal Studies, 1(1), pp. 117–119.
  46. McLaughlin, E. and Lowe, K. (1992). Sir John Pope Hennessy and the “Native Race Craze”: colonial government in Hong Kong, 1877–1882. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 20(2), pp. 223–247. doi:10.1080/03086539208582871.
  47. McLaughlin, E. (1992). The democratic deficit: European union and the accountability of the British police. British Journal of Criminology, 32(4), pp. 473–484.
  48. McLaughlin, E., Jefferson, T. and Robertson, L. (1988). Monitoring the monitors: accountability, democracy and police-watching in Britain. Contemporary Crises, 12(2), pp. 91–106. doi:10.1007/BF00729669.
  49. McLaughlin, E. and Redhead, S. (1986). Here we go again. Marxism Today .
  50. McLaughlin, E. and Redhead, S. (1985). Soccer’s style wars. New Society, 73(1181), pp. 225–228.

Reports (2)

  1. Gillespie, M. and McLaughlin, E. (2003). Media and the Shaping of Public Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Crime and Punishment. London.
  2. Hall, S., McLaughlin, E. and Lewis, G. (1998). Racial Stereotyping in the Police: Statement on Research on Stereotyping and Racial Attitudes. Milton Keynes: Open University.

Other (3)

  1. McLaughlin, E. (2003). Controlling Crime.
  2. McLaughlin, E. (2003). Problem of Crime.
  3. McLaughlin, E. (2003). Restorative Justice.

Education

Areas of PhD Supervision

Eugene welcomes enquiries from prospective doctoral or post-doctoral applicants wishing to work in the areas of: mediatisation of crime and criminal justice; high profile crimes; crimes of the powerful; institutional scandal; policing; police accountability; and criminological theory

Other Activities

Editorial Activities (5)

  1. Previously served as a co-editor of 'Critical Social Policy' (Sage).
  2. Previously served on the editorial board of the 'British Journal of Criminology' (Oxford University Press).
  3. Previously the co-editor of 'Theoretical Criminology: an International Journal' (Sage).
  4. Editorial Board Member: 'Criminal Justice Matters' (Centre for Crime and Justice, London).
  5. Associate Editor: 'Crime, Media and Culture: An International Journal (Sage).

Online Articles (3)

  1. 'Anders Breivik Reconstruction - making a killer look cool'. The Guardian
  2. 'How trial by media is redefining justice'. The Guardian
  3. 'Police reform'. Daily Telegraph

Television Programmes (3)

  1. The Undertones - Here Comes the Summer. BBC 4 (interview)
  2. Rebranding Britain. BBC 3 (academic consultant)
  3. Moral Panics. BBC 2 (academic consultant and interview).

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.