Alison Young
Alison Young
Professor of Criminology, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Imagining crime
A Young
Sage Publications, 1996
5031996
Femininity in dissent
A Young
Taylor & Francis, 1990
2231990
‘Our desires are ungovernable’ Writing graffiti in urban space
M Halsey, A Young
Theoretical criminology 10 (3), 275-306, 2006
2072006
Judging the image: Art, value, law
A Young
Routledge, 2004
1612004
Street art, public city: Law, crime and the urban imagination
A Young
Routledge, 2013
1602013
The scene of violence: Cinema, crime, affect
A Young
Routledge-Cavendish, 2009
1232009
The meanings of graffiti and municipal administration
M Halsey, A Young
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 35 (2), 165-186, 2002
1172002
Negotiated consent or zero tolerance? Responding to graffiti and street art in Melbourne
A Young
City 14 (1-2), 99-114, 2010
882010
The waste land of the law, the wordless song of the rape victim
A Young
Melb. UL Rev. 22, 442, 1998
771998
From object to encounter: Aesthetic politics and visual criminology
A Young
Theoretical Criminology 18 (2), 159-175, 2014
532014
Criminal images: The affective judgment of graffiti and street art
A Young
Crime, Media, Culture 8 (3), 297-314, 2012
402012
The scene of the crime: Is there such a thing as ‘just looking’?
A Young
Framing Crime, 95-109, 2010
392010
Culture
RA Young, SK Marshall, L Valach, JF Domene, MD Graham, ...
Transition to Adulthood, 121-132, 2010
382010
Images in the aftermath of trauma: Responding to September 11th
A Young
Crime, media, culture 3 (1), 30-48, 2007
312007
Murder in the Eyes of the Law
A Young
STUDIES IN LAW POLITICS AND SOCIETY 17, 31-58, 1997
241997
The law of victimage in urbane realism: thinking through inscriptions of violence
A Young, P Rush
The Futures of Criminology. London: Sage, 1994
211994
2. The Authority of the Name
A Young
Feminism & Psychology 2 (3), 422-424, 1992
211992
Aesthetic vertigo and the jurisprudence of disgust
A Young
Law and Critique 11 (3), 241-265, 2000
202000
The screen of the crime: Judging the affect of cinematic violence
A Young
Social & Legal Studies 18 (1), 5-22, 2009
182009
In the frame: crime and the limits of representation
A Young
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 29 (2), 81-101, 1996
181996
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