The development and unification of criminology as a discipline, as a distinct terrain of study and knowledge complex has mostly revolved and condensed around two interrelated focuses: 1. legally defined crimes or deviance and transgression from social-moral norms, and 2. the criminalisation, control and punishment that relate to these. Condensing its gaze on crime and


(CC) Pedro Ribeiro Simões What are the connections between scholarly knowledge production on security on the one hand and security expertise, policy-making and practices on the other? Under what conditions can scholars assume that they can create an impact on ‘real-world practices’ rather than simply engaging in ‘policy-based evidence making’? What are the possibilities »

Warbling security