Dr Sally Atkinson-Sheppard

Staff

DepartmentSocial Sciences
Research groupCentre for the Study of Democracy

Research outputs

Reimagining the landscape of gangs; reflections from Bangladesh and China
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2021. Reimagining the landscape of gangs; reflections from Bangladesh and China. in: Brotherton, D. and Gude, R. (ed.) International Handbook of Critical Gang Studies Routledge.

Through the lens of labour; reconceptualising young people’s involvement in organised crime in the global South and beyond
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2021. Through the lens of labour; reconceptualising young people’s involvement in organised crime in the global South and beyond. British Society of Criminology Annual Conference . 07 - 09 Jul 2021

Tales from the field; an invitation to criminological research in Asia
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2021. Tales from the field; an invitation to criminological research in Asia. Asian Criminological Society 12th Annual Conference pre-event. 03 - 03 Feb 2021

Re-imagining the landscape of gangs; reflections from Bangladesh and China
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2021. Re-imagining the landscape of gangs; reflections from Bangladesh and China. Asian Criminological Society 12th Annual Conference. Ryukoku University, Japan 18 - 21 Jun 2021

Book review: Wong, R. The Illegal Wildlife Trade in China: Understanding the Distribution Networks
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2020. Book review: Wong, R. The Illegal Wildlife Trade in China: Understanding the Distribution Networks. Asian Journal of Criminology. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11417-020-09335-y

Organised crime, gangs and the complexity of group offending in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2020. Organised crime, gangs and the complexity of group offending in Dhaka, Bangladesh. in: Jaishankar, K. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of South Asian Criminology Routledge.

Impulsiveness or self-protection? Exploring individual perceptions, family and school strains related to why adolescents run away from home in China
Yanping Yu, Atkinson-Sheppard, S. and Yunjiao Gao 2020. Impulsiveness or self-protection? Exploring individual perceptions, family and school strains related to why adolescents run away from home in China. Children and Youth Services Review. 108, p. 104615 104615. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.104615

Pathways to delinquency for street children in China: Institutional anomie, resilience and crime
Yu, Y., Gao, Y. and Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2019. Pathways to delinquency for street children in China: Institutional anomie, resilience and crime. Children and Youth Services Review. 102, pp. 158-168. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.05.012

Conceptual similarities; distinct difference: Exploring ‘the gang’ in Mainland China
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. and Hayward, H. 2019. Conceptual similarities; distinct difference: Exploring ‘the gang’ in Mainland China. British Journal of Criminology. 59 (3), p. 614–633. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjc/azy051

The Gangs of Bangladesh; Mastaans, Street Gangs and ‘Illicit Child Labourers’ in Dhaka
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2019. The Gangs of Bangladesh; Mastaans, Street Gangs and ‘Illicit Child Labourers’ in Dhaka. Palgrave Macmillan.

Developing a ‘Global South’ Perspective of Street Children’s Involvement in Organised Crime
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2018. Developing a ‘Global South’ Perspective of Street Children’s Involvement in Organised Crime. in: Carrington, K., Hogg, R., Scott, J. and Sozzo, M. (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and the Global South Palgrave. pp. 473-492

A Review of the National Policies on Street Children in China
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2018. A Review of the National Policies on Street Children in China. Children and Youth Services Review. 93, pp. 79-87. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2018.07.009

Gender dynamics and ‘illicit labour’; exploring street children’s involvement in organised crime in Bangladesh and China
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2018. Gender dynamics and ‘illicit labour’; exploring street children’s involvement in organised crime in Bangladesh and China . UNODC International Conference on Gender and Organised Crime. Florence, Italy

Street Children and Dhaka’s Gangs: Using a Case Study to Explore Bangladeshi Organised Crime
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2018. Street Children and Dhaka’s Gangs: Using a Case Study to Explore Bangladeshi Organised Crime. SAGE Research Methods Cases. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526427625

A rough life: exploring the involvement of street children in organised crime in Dhaka
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2018. A rough life: exploring the involvement of street children in organised crime in Dhaka. LSE South Asia Blog.

Prevalence and Risk Factors of Child Maltreatment Among Migrant Families in China
Gao. Y., Atkinson-Sheppard, S. and Liu, X. 2017. Prevalence and Risk Factors of Child Maltreatment Among Migrant Families in China. Child Abuse & Neglect. 65, pp. 171-181. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.01.023

Mastaans and the Market for Social Protection: Exploring Mafia Groups in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2017. Mastaans and the Market for Social Protection: Exploring Mafia Groups in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Asian Journal of Criminology. 12 (4), pp. 235-253. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11417-017-9246-9

Street Children and ‘Protective Agency’: Exploring Young People’s Involvement in Organised Crime in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2017. Street Children and ‘Protective Agency’: Exploring Young People’s Involvement in Organised Crime in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Childhood. 24 (3), pp. 416-429. https://doi.org/10.1177/0907568217694418

Developing a ‘global south’ perspective of street children’s involvement in organised crime
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2017. Developing a ‘global south’ perspective of street children’s involvement in organised crime . Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South. Cairns, Australia 18 - 20 Jul 2017

The Gangs of Bangladesh: Exploring Organised Crime, Street Gangs and ‘Illicit Child Labourers’ in Dhaka
Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2016. The Gangs of Bangladesh: Exploring Organised Crime, Street Gangs and ‘Illicit Child Labourers’ in Dhaka. Criminology & Criminal Justice. 16 (2), pp. 233-249. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748895815616445

Understanding the Psychology of Gang Violence: Implications for Designing Effective Violence Reduction Interventions
Harris, D., Turner, R., Garrett, I. and Atkinson-Sheppard, S. 2011. Understanding the Psychology of Gang Violence: Implications for Designing Effective Violence Reduction Interventions. Ministry of Justice.





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