Theoretical Criminology Annual Best Article Prize
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'Nordic Exceptionalism revisited: Explaining the paradox of a Janus-faced penal regime' by Vanessa Barker
The Editors of Theoretical Criminology are pleased to announce the 2013 Theoretical Criminology Best Article Prize has been awarded to Vanessa Barker for “Nordic Exceptionalism revisited: Explaining the paradox of a Janus-faced penal regime”. Each year the winning article is deemed to advance critical inquiry in the field of theoretical criminology. Qualities sought include clarity of writing, breadth of ambition and original inquiry. Particular weight is given to work from emerging scholars. All articles published in Theoretical Criminology will be considered for the prize by a committee made up of the journal’s Editorial Board members. The winner will be announced in the first issue of each year and their article will publicised by SAGE. The winner will also receive £100 worth of SAGE books of their choice.
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