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Majid Yar
Majid Yar
Professor of Criminology, Lancaster University
Verified email at lancaster.ac.uk
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Cybercrime and society
M Yar, KF Steinmetz
Sage, 2019
7862019
The Novelty of ‘Cybercrime’ An Assessment in Light of Routine Activity Theory
M Yar
European Journal of Criminology 2 (4), 407-427, 2005
6732005
The ‘chav’phenomenon: Consumption, media and the construction of a new underclass
K Hayward, M Yar
Crime, Media, Culture 2 (1), 9-28, 2006
4742006
Applying routine activity theory to cybercrime: A theoretical and empirical analysis
ER Leukfeldt, M Yar
Deviant Behavior 37 (3), 263-280, 2016
3142016
The global ‘epidemic’of movie ‘piracy’: crime-wave or social construction?
M Yar
Media, Culture & Society 27 (5), 677-696, 2005
2082005
Panoptic Power and the Pathologisation of Vision: Critical Reflections on the Foucauldian Thesis.
M Yar
Surveillance & Society 1 (3), 254-271, 2003
2032003
Handbook of Internet crime
Y Jewkes, M Yar
Routledge, 2013
1732013
Crime, media and the will-to-representation: Reconsidering relationships in the new media age
M Yar
Crime, media, culture 8 (3), 245-260, 2012
1672012
Computer hacking: Just another case of juvenile delinquency?
M Yar
The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 44 (4), 387-399, 2005
1452005
The rhetorics and myths of anti-piracy campaigns: Criminalization, moral pedagogy and capitalist property relations in the classroom
M Yar
New media & society 10 (4), 605-623, 2008
1222008
Critical criminology, critical theory and social harm
M Yar
New directions in criminological theory, 70-83, 2012
1022012
Recognition and the Politics of Human (e) Desire
M Yar
Theory, Culture & Society 18 (2-3), 57-76, 2001
1022001
Criminology: The key concepts
M O'brien, M Yar
Routledge, 2008
952008
From actor to spectator: Hannah Arendt’s ‘two theories’ of political judgment
M Yar
Philosophy & Social Criticism 26 (2), 1-27, 2000
872000
Beyond Nancy Fraser's' perspectival dualism'
M Yar
Economy and society 30 (3), 288-303, 2001
852001
The cultural imaginary of the internet: Virtual utopias and dystopias
M Yar
Springer, 2014
652014
Screening crime: Cultural criminology goes to the movies
M Yar
Framing Crime, 80-94, 2010
652010
E-Crime 2.0: the criminological landscape of new social media
M Yar
Information & Communications Technology Law 21 (3), 207-219, 2012
542012
’Con me if you can’ Exploring crime in the American cinematic imagination
R Tzanelli, M Yar, M O’Brien
Theoretical Criminology 9 (1), 97-117, 2005
512005
The politics of misrecognition
S Thompson, M Yar
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2011
502011
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