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Kate Tudor

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Kate Tudor

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Toxic Sovereignty: Understanding Fraud as the Expression of Special Liberty in Late-Capitalism, Tudor, K. 2020, Crime, Harm and Consumerism, Oxon, Routledge
  • Symbolic Survival and Harm: Serious Fraud and Consumer Capitalism's Perversion of the Causa Sui Project, Tudor, K. Sep 2019, In: British Journal of Criminology
  • Toxic Sovereignty: Understanding Fraud as the Expression of Special Liberty Within Late-Capitalism, Tudor, K. 2018, In: Journal of Extreme Anthropology
  • After the Crisis: New Directions in Theorising Corporate and White-Collar Crime, Burdis, K., Tombs, S. 28 Mar 2014, Critical Criminology, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge
  • After the Crisis: New Directions in Theorising Corporate and White-Collar Crime, Burdis, K., Tombs, S. 12 Jun 2012, New Directions in Criminological Theory, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge

Qualifications

  • Criminology PhD December 06 2019
  • Criminology MA (Hons) June 01 2009
  • Fellowship of the HEA


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