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Ross Coomber
Ross Coomber
Professor of Criminology and Sociology, University of Liverpool
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Using the Internet for survey research
R Coomber
Sociological research online 2 (2), 49-58, 1997
6821997
Injecting drug users: a stigmatised and stigmatising population
L Simmonds, R Coomber
International journal of drug policy 20 (2), 121-130, 2009
2992009
Pusher myths
R Coomber
Re-Assessing the Drug Dealer, 2006
2102006
Beyond drug dealing: Developing and extending the concept of ‘social supply’of illicit drugs to ‘minimally commercial supply’
R Coomber, L Moyle
Drugs: education, prevention and policy 21 (2), 157-164, 2014
1962014
Arenas of drug transactions: adolescent cannabis transactions in England—social supply
R Coomber, P Turnbull
Journal of Drug Issues 37 (4), 845-865, 2007
1822007
# Drugsforsale: An exploration of the use of social media and encrypted messaging apps to supply and access drugs
L Moyle, A Childs, R Coomber, MJ Barratt
International Journal of Drug Policy 63, 101-110, 2019
1792019
The changing shape of street-level heroin and crack supply in England: Commuting, holidaying and cuckooing drug dealers across ‘county lines’
R Coomber, L Moyle
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (6), 1323-1342, 2018
1662018
The normalisation of drug supply: The social supply of drugs as the “other side” of the history of normalisation
R Coomber, L Moyle, N South
Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 23 (3), 255-263, 2016
1562016
Signing your life away?: Why Research Ethics Committees (REC) shouldn't always require written confirmation that participants in research have been informed of the aims of a …
R Coomber
Sociological Research Online 7 (1), 218-221, 2002
1092002
The risk environment of anabolic–androgenic steroid users in the UK: Examining motivations, practices and accounts of use
GH Santos, R Coomber
International Journal of Drug Policy 40, 35-43, 2017
1082017
A tale of two cities: Understanding differences in levels of heroin/crack market-related violence—A two city comparison
R Coomber
Criminal justice review 40 (1), 7-31, 2015
1042015
Street-level drug market activity in Sydney's primary heroin markets: Organization, adulteration practices, pricing, marketing and violence
R Coomber, L Maher
Journal of Drug Issues 36 (3), 719-753, 2006
1042006
Selling drugs on darkweb cryptomarkets: differentiated pathways, risks and rewards
J Martin, R Munksgaard, R Coomber, J Demant, MJ Barratt
The British Journal of Criminology 60 (3), 559-578, 2020
952020
The supply of steroids and other performance and image enhancing drugs (PIEDs) in one English city: Fakes, counterfeits, supplier trust, common beliefs and access
R Coomber, A Pavlidis, GH Santos, M Wilde, W Schmidt, C Redshaw
Performance Enhancement & Health 3 (3-4), 135-144, 2014
872014
Earning a score: An exploration of the nature and roles of heroin and crack cocaine ‘user-dealers’
L Moyle, R Coomber
British Journal of Criminology 55 (3), 534-555, 2015
832015
Qualitative methods and theory in addictions research
T Rhodes, R Coomber
Addiction research methods, 59-78, 2010
832010
How the media do drugs: Quality control and the reporting of drug issues in the UK print media
R Coomber, C Morris, L Dunn
International Journal of Drug Policy 11 (3), 217-225, 2000
792000
Reconceptualising drug markets and drug dealers—the need for change
R Coomber
Drugs and alcohol today 10 (1), 10-13, 2010
752010
‘Vulnerable’kids going country: children and young People’s involvement in county lines drug dealing
J Windle, L Moyle, R Coomber
Youth justice 20 (1-2), 64-78, 2020
692020
There's no such thing as a free lunch: How “freebies” and “credit” operate as part of rational drug market activity
R Coomber
Journal of Drug Issues 33 (4), 939-962, 2003
682003
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