Hannah Graham
Hannah Graham
Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR), University of
Verified email at stir.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Doing educational research in rural settings: Methodological issues, international perspectives and practical solutions
S White, M Corbett
Routledge, 2014
62*2014
Working with offenders: A guide to concepts and practices
R White, H Graham
Routledge, 2013
392013
Creativity and effectiveness in the use of electronic monitoring: A case study of five jurisdictions
A Hucklesby, K Beyens, M Boone, F Dunkel, G McIvor, H Graham
University of Leeds, 2016
322016
Innovative justice
H Graham, R White
Routledge, 2014
322014
Scottish and International Review of the Uses of Electronic Monitoring
H Graham, G McIvor
232015
Desistance: envisioning futures
H Graham, F McNeill
Routledge, 2017
192017
Rehabilitation work: supporting desistance and recovery
H Graham
Routledge, 2016
192016
Greening Justice: Examining the Interfaces of Criminal, Social and Ecological Justice
R White, H Graham
British Journal of Criminology, 2015
192015
Young people, dangerous driving and car culture
H Graham, R White
Youth Studies Australia 26 (3), 28, 2007
182007
Advancing electronic monitoring in Scotland: Understanding the influences of localism and professional ideologies
H Graham, G McIvor
European Journal of Probation 9 (1), 62-79, 2017
112017
Electronic monitoring in Scotland
G McIvor, H Graham
72016
Returning citizens: A quiet revolution in prisoner reintegration
H Graham, S Graham, J Field
Scottish Justice Matters 3 (1), 32-33, 2015
62015
Innovative Justice: According to Whom?
H Graham, R White
Reflexivity in Criminological Research, 313-325, 2014
62014
The influences of electronic monitoring in desistance processes: practitioner and decision-maker perspectives
H Graham, G McIvor
Scottish Journal of Criminal Justice Studies 22, 5-17, 2016
52016
The Path Forward: Policing, Diversion and Desistance
H Graham
52012
A foot in the (revolving) door? A preliminary evaluation of Tasmania's mental health diversion list
H Graham
University of Tasmania, 2007
52007
The ethics of innovation in criminal justice
H Graham, R White
The Routledge Handbook of Criminal Justice Ethics, 267, 2016
42016
Catholic Church responses to clergy-child sexual abuse and mandatory reporting exemptions in Victoria, Australia: A discursive critique
M Guerzoni, H Graham
International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 4 (4), 58-75, 2015
42015
A marriage of (in) convenience?: navigating the research relationship between ethical regulators and criminologists researching'vulnerable populations'
H Graham
42011
A foot in the (revolving) door
H Graham
A Preliminary Evaluation of Tasmania's Mental Health Diversion List, 2007
42007
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