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Article

Moore, J. (2015) Reframing the ‘Prison Works’ debate. For whom and in what ways does prison work? Reclaim Justice Network Blog, 2015 (Mar).

Moore, J. (2014) Is the empire coming home? Liberalism, exclusion and the punitiveness of the British state. Papers from the British Criminology Conference, 14. pp. 31-48. ISSN 1759-0043

Moore, J. (2014) Can criminal justice be civilised? European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Newsletter, 2014 (Nov).

Moore, J. (2014) Vulnerable individuals or harmful institutions? Criminal Justice Matters, 98 (1). pp. 16-17. ISSN 0962-7251

Moore, J. (2014) Who or what is to blame for deaths in custody? Centre for Crime and Justice Website.

Singleton, A., Moore, J. and Bunyan, T. (2014) Welcome to the European Union: Visit to Moria first reception centre, Moria, nr. Mytilini, Lesvos, Greece 11th May 2014. StateWatch News, 2014 (Jul). ISSN 1756-851X

Hope, T., Stanley, C., McMahon, T., Bowling, B., Moore, J. and Beaumont, J. (2014) I would give up…. Criminal Justice Matters, 96 (1). pp. 14-17. ISSN 0962-7251

Moore, J. (2014) I would give up...using criminal justice to solve social problems. Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.

Moore, J. (2012) The deliberate infliction of pain. Reclaim Justice Network.

Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2012) It's not just about profits: Privatisation, social enterprise and the 'John Lewis' prison. Criminal Justice Matters, 87 (1). pp. 42-43. ISSN 0962-7251

Moore, J. (2011) Alexander Maconochie’s ‘mark system’. Prison Service Journal, 198. pp. 38-46. ISSN 0300-3558

Moore, J. (2011) Book review of “Penal Abolitionism” by Ruggiero, V. British Journal of Criminology, 51 (2). pp. 469-472. ISSN 0007-0955

Moore, J. (2011) Classic text revisited: Slavery and the penal system. Criminal Justice Matters, 85 (1). p. 40. ISSN 0962-7251

Moore, J. (2009) Penal reform: A history of failure. Criminal justice Matters, 77 (1). pp. 12-13. ISSN 0962-7251

Moore, J. (2008) Prison – more than detention? Criminal Justice Matters, 71 (1). pp. 39-40. ISSN 0962-7251

Book Section

Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2014) Beyond criminal justice. In: Moore, J., Rolston, B., Scott, D. and Tomlinson, M., eds. (2014) Beyond Criminal Justice. European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9780951170847

Scott, D. and Moore, J. (2014) 'It’s a long road to wisdom, but it is a short one to being ignored': Moving forward towards abolition. In: Moore, J., Bill, R., Scott, D. and Tomlinson, M., eds. (2014) Beyond Criminal Justice. European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, pp. 253-260. ISBN 9780951170847

Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2013) Critique and dissent: An introduction. In: Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D., eds. (2013) Critique and Dissent: An anthology to mark 40 years of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control,. Ottawa: Red Quill Books, pp. 13-27. ISBN 9781926958286

Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2013) Towards a 'critical, emancipatory and innovative criminology'. In: Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D., eds. (2013) Critique and Dissent: An anthology to mark 40 years of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control,. Ottawa: Red Quill Books, pp. 31-40. ISBN 9781926958286

Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2013) The politics of dissent. In: Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D., eds. (2013) Critique and Dissent: An anthology to mark 40 years of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control,. Ottawa: Red Quill Books, pp. 237-243. ISBN 9781926958286

Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D. (2013) The resources of critique. In: Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D., eds. (2013) Critique and Dissent: An anthology to mark 40 years of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. Ottawa: Red Quill Books, pp. 129-137. ISBN 9781926958286

Report or Working Paper

Moore, J. and JMA Housing Solutions (2007) Offender and ex-prisoner housing protocol: A framework for reducing offending and homelessness. Documentation. North Herts District Council, National Probation Service Hertfordshire Area & Stevenage Borough Council, Stevenage.

Moore, J. and JMA Housing Solutions (2006) Prisons, probation and contestability: Implications for the voluntary sector and probation. Discussion Paper. JMA Housing Solutions, Ware.

Moore, J. and JMA Housing Solutions (2006) Review of offender accommodation advice services. Project Report. JMA Housing Solutions, Ware.

Conference or Workshop Item

Moore, J. (2015) What are the alternatives to prison? In: Centre for Crime & Justice, London - What are the Alternatives to Prison?, University of Liverpool in London, London, UK, 21 April 2015.

Moore, J. (2015) The penal excess of an enlightened reformer: Alexander Maconochie’s regimes for boys and women in Birmingham prison, 1849-1851. In: Criminal Justice Unit (UWE), UWE, Bristol, 24 March 2015.

Moore, J. (2014) Things fall apart: From law, order and justice to lawlessness, disorder and injustice. In: Division of Sociology Seminar, University of Abertay, Dundee, University of Abertay, Dundee, 4 December 2014.

Moore, J. (2014) Maconochie at Birmingham prison, 1849-1851: Reformative rhetoric and corporal practice. In: Sites of Confinement II: Problematising Prisons, Liverpool John Moores University, 30 October 2014.

Moore, J. (2014) But what about the rapists? In: Penal Law, Abolitionist and Anarchism, Shire Hall, Nottingham, 26th - 27th April 2014.

Moore, J. (2013) From corporal to carceral? Changing economies of punishment in England from 1780 - 1850. In: European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference, University of Oslo, University of Oslo, Norway, September, 2013.

Moore, J. (2013) What about the murders and rapists? Difficult questions for abolitionism? In: University of Sheffield, Centre for Criminological Research, Incarceration Symposium., University of Sheffield, Centre for Criminological Research, 1st February 2013.

Moore, J. (2012) It is all in the mind: How the pseudo-science of phrenology changed penology's understanding of the reformation of criminals. In: Bristol University, Department of Historical Studies Research Seminar, Bristol University, December 2012.

Moore, J. (2012) An unwelcome colonial penal experiment: How the trial of Alexander Maconochie’s “Mark System” on Norfolk Island penal settlement between 1840 and 1844 was viewed from New South Wales. In: Open University, International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing and Justice, Research Symposium., Open University, 12 July 2012.

Moore, J. (2011) The empire’s coming home: Placing the “New Punitiveness” in a philosophical and historic context. In: Crime Violence and the Modern State III Law, Order and Individual Rights – Theory, Intent and Practice University of Lyon, University of Lyon, 8-10 September 2011.

Moore, J. (2011) What about the murders and rapists? Difficult questions for abolitionism. In: European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference, Université de Savoie, Chambéry, France, Université de Savoie, Chambéry, France, 3-7 September 2011., pp. 24-25

Moore, J. (2011) Drugs: The harms of criminal justice policy. In: Social Science in the City Seminar Series, University of the West of England, University of the West of England, 2 June 2011.

Moore, J. (2011) When criminal justice creates social problems and threatens community safety and cohesion: A critical evaluation of the war on drugs. In: Newport Centre for Criminal and Community Justice Conference University of Wales, Newport, University of Wales, Newport, 18 May 2011.

Moore, J. (2010) 12 steps to recovery for penal reformers. In: British Society of Criminology (NW branch) Symposium on controversial issues in prisons University of Central Lancashire, University of Central Lancashire, 22 September 2010.

Moore, J. (2010) Birmingham prison 1849-1854: Reformation, terror and scandal. In: Bristol University, Department of Historical Studies Research Seminar, Bristol University, March 2010.

Moore, J. (2010) Addiction: Should we penalise or treat? In: A public debate AHRC Funded Seminar Bristol Watershed, Bristol Watershed, 8 April 2010.

Moore, J. (2009) Why punishment fails: Excavating the imperial and slave roots of the modern penal system. In: The European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Annual Conference, Preston, UCLAN Preston, UK, 26-29 August 2009.

Moore, J. (2009) Alexander Maconochie’s ‘Mark System’: Reformation reconfigured. In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, University of Cardiff, 1st July 2009.

Moore, J. (2009) Captain Maconochie’s “Mark System”: The intellectual origins of reformation and Sir Walter Crofton’s Irish system. In: Fifth Irish Criminology Conference, University College Dublin, Ireland, June, 2009.

Moore, J. (2009) The elephant in the room: Drug and alcohol policy as generators of violence and other social harms. In: Newport Centre for Criminal and Community Justice Conference: ‘Drugs, Alcohol and Violent Crime: Policy and Practice?’, University of Wales, Newport, UK, April, 2009.

Moore, J. (2009) The mark system: The penal theories of Alexander Maconochie. In: Bristol University, Department of Historical Studies Research Seminar, Bristol University, UK, February, 2009.

Moore, J. (2008) Slavery, colonialism and punishment: Exploring the historic links. In: British Irish Section of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control Conference, University of Liverpool, UK, June, 2008.

Moore, J. (2007) Unmasking the fantasy prison: Pain, legitimacy and the reality of imprisonment. In: Crime and Society Foundation Conference, London, UK, July, 2007.

Book

Moore, J., Rolston, B., Scott, D. and Tomlinson, M., eds. (2014) Beyond Criminal Justice. European Group for the Study of deviance and Social Control. ISBN 9780951170847

Gilmore, J., Moore, J. and Scott, D., eds. (2013) Critique and dissent: An anthology to mark 40 years of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. Ottawa: Red Quill Books, pp. 13-27. ISBN 9781926958286

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