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Studies in Social Harm

Series Editors: Christina Pantazis, University of Bristol, UK, Simon Pemberton, University of Birmingham, UK and Steve Tombs, The Open University

Social harm in its many forms is an emerging field of study which contributes to contemporary social and political debate.  This exciting series offers a fresh perspective on issues of social harm and will move the debate towards a holistic approach that seeks to understand the production of harm within contemporary society.

Topical and relevant, this inter-disciplinary series offers comparative and international perspectives to understand the global and regional distribution of harm and combines new theory and empirical researching linking broader theoretical understandings.

Download the series flyer here.

Contact regarding proposals

If you would like to submit a proposal, or discuss ideas, then please contact the Series Editors:
Christina Pantazis, c.pantazis@bristol.ac.uk
Simon Pemberton, s.pemberton.1@bham.ac.uk
Steve Tombs, steve.tombs@open.ac.uk
Rebecca Tomlinson, Rebecca.Tomlinson@bristol.ac.uk (Commissioning Editor for Criminology, Bristol University Press)