See James Buccellato’s research cited in the following texts:

  • The Myth of the ‘Crime Decline’: Exploring Change and Continuity in Crime and Harm by Justin Kotzé (2019: Routledge)
  • “Some people have a ghost town, we have a ghost city”: Gothic, the Other, and the American Nightmare in Lauren Beukes’s Broken Monsters” by Carys Crossen in Otherness: Essays and Studies (2019)
  • “The Commodification of Abstinence” by Justin Kotzé in Crime, Harm and Consumerism (2019: Taylor & Francis)
  • The Elusive Purple Gang: Detroit’s Kosher Nostra by Gregory A. Fournier (2019: Wheatmark Inc.)
  • Vinnitta: The Birth of the Detroit Mafia by Daniel Waugh (2018: Lulu)
  • Gangs and Organized Crime bGeorge W. Knox et al. (2018: Routledge)
  • A rejoinder to John Lea’s review of Revitalizing Criminological Theory by Steve Hall (2018)
  • The Grapevine of the Black South: The Scott Newspaper Syndicate in the Generation Before the Civil Rights Movement by Thomas Aiello (2018: University of Georgia Press)
  • Minds, objects, and persons – narratives of perpetrators of violent crime by Angelo Ridge Dias (2017: University of Witwatersrand)
  • Unwilling Executioner: Crime Fiction and the State by Andrew Pepper (2017: Oxford University Press)
  • Anarchism and Art: Democracy in the Cracks and on the Margins by Mark Mattern (2016: SUNY Press)
  • Keeping It Real: Dick Hobbs’ Legacy of Classic Ethnography and the New Ultra-Realist Agenda by Steven Hall and Simon Winlow in Illegal Entrepreneurship, Organized Crime and Social Control edited by Georgios A. Antonopoulos (2016: Springer)
  • What is the Nexus Between Organized Crime and Gangs? in Journal of Gang Research by Stephen L. Mallory et al. (Fall, 2015)
  • Pandering to Prejudice: The ‘Yardie’Problem of the 1990s as a Media-Constructed Moral Panic by MG Warenycia (2015: Ryerson University)
  • Revitalizing Criminological Theory:: Towards a new Ultra-Realism  by Steve Hall and Simon Winlow (2015: Routledge)
  • Understanding Street Culture: Poverty, Crime, Youth and Cool by Jonathan Ilan (2015: Palgrave)
  • Between Repression and Heroism: Young People’s Politics in Mexico City After 1968 by Nicholas Jon Crane (2014: Ohio State University)
  • Crime and poverty in Detroit: A cross-referential critical analysis of ideographs and framing by Jacob, J. Nickell (2014: Illinois State University)
  • The Mafia: A Guide to an American Subculture by Nate Hendley (2013: Greenwood)
  • Diary of a Motor City Hitman by Christian Cipollini (2013: Strategic Media)

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