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Key Publications

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  • Gambling and harm in 24/7 capitalism, Raymen, T., Smith, O. 23 Jan 2020, Crime, Harm and Consumerism, London, Routledge
  • Lifestyle gambling, indebtedness and anxiety, Raymen, T., Smith, O. 1 Nov 2020, In: Journal of Consumer Culture
  • Deviant Leisure, Raymen, T., Smith, O. 8 Oct 2019
  • Deviant Leisure, Raymen, T., Smith, O. Mar 2019, In: Critical Criminology
  • Lifestyle Gambling in Accelerated Culture, Raymen, T. 2019, Deviant Leisure, Palgrave
  • The Enigma of Social Harm and the Barrier of Liberalism, Raymen, T. Mar 2019, In: Justice, Power and Resistance
  • The Paradox of Parkour, Raymen, T. 2019, Deviant Leisure, Palgrave
  • Deviant Leisure, Raymen, T., Smith, O. 1 Feb 2018, In: Theoretical Criminology
  • Living in the end times through popular culture, Raymen, T. 1 Dec 2018, In: Crime, Media, Culture
  • Parkour, Deviance and Leisure in the Late Capitalist City, Raymen, T. 5 Dec 2018

Professional Activity

Qualifications

  • Sociology PhD January 11 2018
  • Research Methods MA September 16 2013

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

I am an ultra-realist criminologist and co-founder of the deviant leisure research network. To-date, my research has focused upon the social harms that emerge at the intersection of commodified leisure and consumer capitalism, publishing on issues around violence, gambling, consumerism, social media, tourism and environmental harm, parkour and freerunning, urban space and crime control. My research interests span the fields of criminology, leisure studies, psychoanalysis, moral and political philosophy, cultural geography and urban studies. I am currently dedicated to developing a theory of social harm rooted in a post-liberal ethics.

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