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In-text: (Ayton, Rasool and Cottrell, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Ayton, A., Rasool, H. and Cottrell, D. (2003). Deliberate self-harm in children and adolescents: Association with social deprivation. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 12(6), pp.303-307.
In-text: (Cooter and Porat, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Cooter, R. and Porat, A. (2004). Total Liability for Excessive Harm. SSRN Electronic Journal, 36.
In-text: (Dennis et al., 2007)
Your Bibliography: Dennis, M., Wakefield, P., Molloy, C., Andrews, H. and Friedman, T. (2007). A study of self-harm in older people: Mental disorder, social factors and motives. Aging & Mental Health, 11(5), pp.520-525.
In-text: (Friedrichs and Schwartz, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Friedrichs, D. and Schwartz, M. (2007). Editors’ introduction: on social harm and a twenty-first century criminology. Crime, Law and Social Change, 48(1-2), pp.1-7.
In-text: (HAWTON et al., 2001)
Your Bibliography: HAWTON, K., HARRISS, L., HODDER, K., SIMKIN, S. and GUNNELL, D. (2001). The influence of the economic and social environment on deliberate self-harm and suicide: an ecological and person-based study. Psychological Medicine, 31(05).
In-text: (Hillyard and Tombs, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Hillyard, P. and Tombs, S. (2007). From ‘crime’ to social harm?. Crime, Law and Social Change, 48(1-2), pp.9-25.
In-text: (Jorgenson, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Jorgenson, A. (2007). Does Foreign Investment Harm the Air We Breathe and the Water We Drink? A Cross-National Study of Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Organic Water Pollution in Less-Developed Countries, 1975 to 2000. Organization & Environment, 20(2), pp.137-156.
In-text: (Lasslett, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Lasslett, K. (2010). Crime or social harm? A dialectical perspective. Crime, Law and Social Change, 54(1), pp.1-19.
In-text: (McMahon and Roberts, 2008)
Your Bibliography: McMahon, W. and Roberts, R. (2008). Where's the harm in it?. Criminal Justice Matters, 71(1), pp.43-44.
In-text: (Ogus, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Ogus, A. (2002). Sanctions for Pollution: Do We Have The Right Regime?. Journal of Environmental Law, 14(3), pp.283-298.
In-text: (Pemberton, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Pemberton, S. (2007). Social harm future(s): exploring the potential of the social harm approach. Crime, Law and Social Change, 48(1-2), pp.27-41.
In-text: (Pemberton, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Pemberton, S. (2012). Social harm and the structure of societies - University of Birmingham. [online] Birmingham.ac.uk. Available at: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/accessibility/transcripts/dr-simon-pemberton-social-harm.aspx [Accessed 7 Mar. 2018].
In-text: (Room, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Room, R. (1996). Alcohol consumption and social harm—conceptual issues and historical perspectives. Contemporary Drug Problems, 23(3), pp.373-388.
In-text: (Room, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Room, R. (2000). Concepts and items in measuring social harm from drinking. Journal of Substance Abuse, 12(1-2), pp.93-111.
In-text: (Shrivastava, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Shrivastava, P. (1995). Industrial/environmental crises and corporate social responsibility. The Journal of Socio-Economics, 24(1), pp.211-227.
In-text: (Walker et al., 2005)
Your Bibliography: Walker, G., Mitchell, G., Fairburn, J. and Smith, G. (2005). Industrial pollution and social deprivation: Evidence and complexity in evaluating and responding to environmental inequality. Local Environment, 10(4), pp.361-377.
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