Stephen Farrall, University of Sheffield

Was the New Right Any Good at Controlling Crime and Imposing ‘Law and Order?’ The Case of 1980s Britain

Date: 
Wed, 04/15/2015
Location: 
Rutgers University, New Brunswick: Hickman Hall, 6th floor, Sigel Lounge, 89 George Street (parking in front of building)
Audience: 
By Invitation Only


Map and directions: http://rumaps.rutgers.edu/location/hickman-hall

Light dinner provided for those who RSVP in advance to jrivkin@princeton.edu

Stephen Farrall is a criminologist and Chair of Criminology at the University of Sheffield School of Law. He works in several areas, including: the long-term impact of Thatcherite social and economic policies on crime; fear of crime; desistence from crime; middle-class criminal offending; and research methods (particularly measurement issues in survey techniques). Farrall has his D.Phil from the University of Oxford and has previously taught at Keele University, the University of Oxford, and Australia National University.