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Dr Danna-Mechelle Lewis

VC Senior Fellow

Department: Social Sciences

Danna-Mechelle Lewis

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  • Living on the Edge: Young Offenders and Emotive Offending, Lewis, D. 2 Jan 2018, In: Deviant Behavior
  • A Matter for Concern: Young Offenders and the Importance of Mattering, Lewis, D. 2 Nov 2017, In: Deviant Behavior
  • Book Review: Making Sense of Reality: Culture and Perception in Everyday Life, Lewis, D. 1 Mar 2016, In: Cultural Sociology
  • The risk factor – (Re-) visiting adult offender risk assessments within criminal justice practice, Lewis, D. 17 Jun 2014, In: Risk Management
  • Dealing with Disaffection: Young People, Mentoring and Social Inclusion, Lewis, D. Oct 2006, In: Crime Prevention and Community Safety
  • How Important are Prisons as a Locality within the Community?, Lewis, D. 2005, In: Prison Service Journal
  • Changing Face of Crime, Lewis, D. 2003
  • Responding to a violent incident: physical restraint or anger management as therapeutic interventions, Lewis, D. Feb 2002, In: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing

  • Criminology PhD October 30 2011
  • Member British Sociological Association (BSA) 2020

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