Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Sandra Walklate mainly investigates Criminology, Terrorism, Victimology, Law and Context. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scrutiny and Politics. Her Scrutiny research incorporates themes from Computer security and Subject.
Her Terrorism research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Culture of fear, Political economy, Risk society and State. Sandra Walklate has included themes like Gender violence and Compensation in her Law study. Her Criminal justice research incorporates elements of Masculinity, Sexual violence and Crime prevention.
Her primary areas of study are Criminology, Victimology, Law, Domestic violence and Politics. Her research integrates issues of Economic Justice and Terrorism in her study of Criminology. Sandra Walklate integrates Victimology with Feminism in her research.
Her Domestic violence research spans across into subjects like Criminal law and Control. Her study ties her expertise on Fear of crime together with the subject of Politics. Her Fear of crime study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Crime prevention.
Criminology, Domestic violence, Victimology, Terrorism and Femicide are her primary areas of study. Her Criminology research includes themes of Economic Justice and Phenomenon. Victimology is integrated with Narrative, Politics and Psychoanalysis in her research.
Her study in the field of Radicalization is also linked to topics like The Conceptual Framework. Her work in Criminal law covers topics such as Power which are related to areas like Complicity and State. The various areas that Sandra Walklate examines in her Criminal justice study include Relation and Policy transfer.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Criminology, Domestic violence, Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention and Terrorism. In most of her Criminology studies, her work intersects topics such as Law. Her Domestic violence research overlaps with Criminal justice, Women's Lives, Medical emergency, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and Pandemic.
Her Criminal justice study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Optimism, Legislation and Policy transfer. Human factors and ergonomics is closely attributed to Injury prevention in her study. Her work on Radicalization as part of general Terrorism study is frequently linked to The Conceptual Framework and Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
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Critical Victimology: International Perspectives
R. I. Mawby;Sandra Walklate.
Gender, crime, and criminal justice
Kate Esther Fitz-Gibbon;Sandra Lyn Walklate.
Imagining the Victim of Crime
Criminology and Terrorism Which Thesis? Risk Society or Governmentality?
Gabriel Mythen;Sandra Walklate.
British Journal of Criminology (2006)
Understanding Criminology: Current Theoretical Debates
Communicating the terrorist risk: Harnessing a culture of fear?
Gabriel Mythen;Sandra Walklate.
Crime, Media, Culture (2006)
‘I’m a Muslim, but I'm not a Terrorist’: Victimization, Risky Identities and the Performance of Safety
Gabe Mythen;Sandra Walklate;Fatima Khan.
British Journal of Criminology (2009)
RISK AND CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION A Modernist Dilemma
British Journal of Criminology (1997)
Terrorism, Risk and International Security: The Perils of Asking 'What If?':
Gabe Mythen;Sandra Walklate.
Security Dialogue (2008)
Reframing criminal victimization: Finding a place for vulnerability and resilience:
Theoretical Criminology (2011)
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