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Sociology: News Feeds

Home Office News RSS Feed

The Home Office is the lead government department for policies on immigration, passports, counter-terrorism, policing, drugs and crime.

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Recent Publications RSS Feed from the Ministry of Justice

Ministry of justice, a great source for the latest government news, statistics and reports.

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Impact of Social Sciences - LSE Blog

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RSS Feeds and Podcasts

Front covers of several criminoliogy library books

  A guide to resources for Criminology.  I hope you find these links useful, please do contact me if you would like anything else added.

  • This part of the guide provides links to news feeds, useful governmanrt documents and podcasts.
  • It is essential to use the library catalogue to find where materials are located and to reserve items that are on loan or at different campuses.

University of Oxford Centre for Crimonology Blog

Everyday Sociology Blog

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UK|Crime News|

News items from the Crime section of the Guardian Newspaper's website.

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MDX Minds

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BBC podcast RSS Feed from Radio 4

Podcasts from the BBC. 

Thinking Alowed.  An excellent and highly recommended programme in which Laurie Taylor explores the latest research into how society works and discusses current ideas on how we live today.

Unreliable Evidance.  A series exploring and analysing the legal issues of the day with episodes dating back to 2009.

 Law in Action. Joshua Rozenberg investigates government powers to strip Britons of their citizenship. Also: should a woman escape liability if she was pressured to commit the crime by a man?

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