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- Martin, D., Mackenzie, N. and Healy, J., 2013. Balancing Risk and Professional Identity, secondary school teachers’ narratives of violence. Criminology & Criminal Justice: An International Journal, 13 (4), 398-414.
- Healy, J., 2008. Learning by teaching: Exploring the factors involved in successful learning and reflecting on good practice. Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues, 9 (1), 13-20.
- Martin, D., Mackenzie, N. and Healy, J., 2011. Teachers Experience of Violence in Secondary Schools. Crime, Anti-Social Behaviour and Schools. Springer.
- Healy, J., 2018. Exposing the domination and subordination of disabled people through disability hate crime. In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 9-13 July 2017 Sheffield Hallam University.
- Healy, J., 2014. “I am a nuisance and should never have been born”: Exploring experiences of disability hate crime. In: Understanding Hate Crime Conference 9 May 2014 University of Sussex.
- Healy, J., 2011. “Make verbal abuse a crime": Listening to disabled people’s experiences of hate crime. In: European Society of Criminology Annual Conference 21-23 September 2011 University of Vilnius, Lithuania.
- Healy, J., 2011. The good, the bad & the blameless: Analysis of the Pilkington Case and the role of media text in context. In: York Deviancy Conference 29 June-1 July 2011 University of York.
- Healy, J., 2010. Investigating the case of Fiona and Francecca Pilkington: Is this a watershed moment for disability hate crime? In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 12-16 July 2010 University of Leicester.
- Healy, J., Stenson, K., Loumaski, A. and Fitzgibbon, W., 2009. Revisiting Jacobs and Potter ten years on”. ‘Roundtable Discussion’. In: American Society of Criminology Annual Conference 3-6 November 2009 University of Philadelphia.
- Goodman, A., Hurcombe, R., Healy, J. and Goodman, S., 2009. Somehow in Britain, there’s like, a culture of drinking: Exploring the transmission of young people’s drinking cultures by peer group composition. In: British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 29 June-1 July 2009 Cardiff University.
- Healy, J., Goodman, A., Hurcombe, R. and Goodman, S., 2009. Somehow in Britain, there’s like, a culture of drinking: Exploring the transmission of young people’s drinking cultures by peer group composition. In: 5th Annaul Criminology Conference 16 June 2009 University College Dublin.
- Martin, D. and Healy, J., 2008. Secondary School Teachers Perceptions of Violence in the Workplace. In: Third Nordic Conference on Victimology & Victim Support 5-7 March 2008 Helsinki University.
- Healy, J., 2006. Crime and Victimisation in the UK and the Republic of Ireland: A Teenager’s Perspective. In: Common Session on Criminal Justice and Critical Criminology; Postgraduate Conference 10-12 May 2006 University of Hamburg.
- Goodman, A., Hurcombe, R., Healy, J., Goodman, S. and Ball, E., 2011. Teenage Drinking and Inter-Ethnic Friendships. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
- Healy, J., 2015. Why don’t we recognise Disability Hate Crime?. International Network for Hate Studies. Available from: http://www.internationalhatestudies.com/dont-recognise-disability-hate-crime/.
Profile of Teaching UG
- Introduction to Social Theory (Level 4)
- Introduction to Social Crime, Theory & Deviance (Level 4)
- What Hurts, where does it hurt, how much does it hurt? The Impact & Costs of Crime (Level 5)
- Anthropology of International Policy and Intervention (Level 6)
- Trafficking Migration & Criminality (Unit Lead) Level 5
- Social Exclusion and Discrimination (Unit Lead) Level 4
Public Engagement & Outreach Activities
- Community Panel Member for CPS Wessex
- BA (Hons) in Psychology (University College Dublin, 1994)
- MSc in Criminology & Forensic Psychology (Middlesex University, 2006)
- PGCE in Higher Education (Middlesex University, 2008)
- MSc in Social Science Research Methods (Middlesex University, 2010)
- MPhil in Criminology (Middlesex University, 2014)
- British Society of Criminology, Member (2006-),
- HEA, Fellow (2009-),
The data on this page was last updated at 10:08 on April 25, 2018.