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Deborah Jump
Deborah Jump
Reader of Criminology, Manchester Metropolitan University
Verified email at mmu.ac.uk
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Starting to stop: Young offenders’ desistance from crime
G McMahon, D Jump
Youth Justice 18 (1), 3-17, 2018
612018
The criminology of boxing, violence and desistance
D Jump
Policy Press, 2021
262021
Dropping your guard: The use of boxing as a means of forming desistance narratives amongst young people in the criminal justice system
D Jump, H Smithson
The International Journal of Sport and Society 11 (2), 56-69, 2020
172020
Why we should think some more. A response to ‘When you’re boxing you don’t think so much’: pugilism, transitional masculinities and criminal desistance among young Danish gang …
D Jump
Journal of youth studies 20 (8), 1093-1107, 2017
132017
They Didn't Know Whether to ‘Fuck Me or Fight Me': An Ethnographic Account of North Town Boxing Gym
D Jump
Mischief, Morality and Mobs, 11-28, 2016
102016
Fighting for change: Narrative accounts on the appeal and desistance potential of boxing
DL Jump
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2015
92015
The Youth Justice System's Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic
H Smithson, P Gray, D Jump, S Larner, A Nisbet
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies, 2021
62021
Serious youth violence and its relationship with adverse childhood experiences
P Gray, H Smithson, D Jump
Manchester Metropolitan University, 2021
52021
Serious youth violence and its relationship with adverse childhood experiences, HM Inspectorate of Probation Academic Insights 2021/13
P Gray, H Smithson, D Jump
Manchester: HM Inspectorate of Probation, 2021
52021
Adverse childhood experiences and serious youth violence
P Gray, D Jump, H Smithson
Policy Press, 2023
32023
“Look who is laughing now”: Physical capital, boxing, and the prevention of repeat victimisation.
D Jump
Oņati Socio-Legal Series 11 (5), 1095-1113, 2021
32021
The Appeal and Desistance-Promoting Potential of Boxing
D Jump
The Criminology of Boxing, Violence and Desistance, 17-46, 2020
32020
Cure de Jour: Exploring the potential of boxing as a mechanism for change among vulnerable groups
D Jump, A Blakemore
Sport, Physical Activity and Criminal Justice, 166-180, 2022
22022
The Youth Justice System's Response to the Covid 19 Pandemic: the impact in a secure children's home
D Jump, A Nisbet
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies, 2022
22022
Getting out for good: Preventing gangs through participation
D Jump, R Horan
Academic Insights 12, 2021
22021
Sports Criminology: A Critical Criminology of Sports and Games
D Jump
Sociology of Sport Journal 36 (3), 254-255, 2019
22019
Adverse Childhood Experiences
P Gray, D Jump, H Smithson
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Serious Youth Violence, 54-68, 2023
12023
The Youth Justice System's response to the Covid-19 pandemic-YOTs' adaptations and challenges to service delivery: a national picture
P Gray, H Smithson, A Nisbet, S Larner, D Jump
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies, 2022
12022
The Youth Justice System's Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic-Partnership Working
H Smithson, A Nisbet, S Larner, P Gray, D Jump
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies (MCYS), 2022
12022
The Youth Justice System's Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic-Children's Welfare Needs and Vulnerabilities
H Smithson, A Nisbet, S Larner, P Gray, D Jump
Manchester Centre fro Youth Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2022
12022
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