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Journal article

TATE, S. and WAHIDIN, A., 2013. Extraneare: pain, loneliness, and the incarcerated female body. Illness, Crisis, & Loss, 21 (3), pp. 203-217. ISSN 1054-1373

WAHIDIN, A., MOORE, L. and CONVERY, U., 2012. Unlocking a locked-down regime: the role of penal policy and administration in Northern Ireland and the challenges of change. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 51 (5). ISSN 0265-5527

WAHIDIN, A., 2011. Older women in prison: lessons to be learned from other jurisdictions. Irish Probation Journal, 8, pp. 109-124. ISSN 1649-6396

DEATON, D., ADAY, R.H. and WAHIDIN, A., 2009. The effect of health and penal harm on aging female prisoners' views of dying in prison. OMEGA - Journal of Death and Dying, 60 (1), pp. 51-70. ISSN 0030-2228

Authored book

WAHIDIN, A., 2016. Ex-combatants, gender and the peace process in Northern Ireland - women, the prison experience and political protest. Palgrave studies in compromise after conflict . London: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137363299

WAHIDIN, A. and CARR, N., 2012. Understanding criminal justice: a critical introduction. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9780415670227

WAHIDIN, A., 2004. Older women and the criminal justice system: running out of time. London: Jessica Kingsley. ISBN 9781843101703

Chapter in book

MOORE, L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2015. Transition, women and criminal justice in Northern Ireland. In: A.M. MCALINDEN and C. DWYER, eds., Criminal justice in transition: the Northern Ireland context. Oxford: Hart, pp. 277-300. ISBN 9781849465779

WAHIDIN, A., 2013. Gender and crime. In: C. HALE, A. HAYWARD, A. WAHIDIN and E. WINCUP, eds., Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 308-327. ISBN 9780199691296

WAHIDIN, A. and ADAY, R., 2013. Older female prisoners in the UK and US: finding justice in the criminal justice system. In: M. MALLOCH and G. MCIVOR, eds., Women, punishment and social justice: human rights and penal practices. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 65-79. ISBN 9780415529839

WAHIDIN, A., 2013. The prison enterprise. In: A. HUCKLESBY and A. WAHIDIN, eds., Criminal justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199694969

WAHIDIN, A. and MOORE, L., 2011. Ethics and criminological research. In: P. DAVIES, P. FRANCIS and V. JUPP, eds., Doing criminological research. London: SAGE, pp. 287-306. ISBN 9781848606531

WAHIDIN, A. and ADAY, R.H., 2010. Later life and imprisonment. In: D. DANNEFER and C. PHILLIPSON, eds., The SAGE handbook of social gerontology. London: SAGE, pp. 587-596. ISBN 9781412934640

POWELL, J.L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2009. From risk to trust? Reconfiguring conceptual and trust relations in health and welfare. In: J.L. POWELL and A. WAHIDIN, eds., Risk and social welfare. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 9781607416913

POWELL, J.L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2009. Introduction: risk and welfare: a contextual journey. In: J.L. POWELL and A. WAHIDIN, eds., Risk and social welfare. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 9781607416913

WAHIDIN, A., 2009. Prisons in context. In: A. HUCKLESBY and A. WAHIDIN, eds., Criminal justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 145-165. ISBN 0199215545

BENNETT, J. and WAHIDIN, A., 2008. Prison officer unionisation: past and present. In: J. BENNETT, B. CREWE and A. WAHIDIN, eds., Understanding prison staff. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, pp. 117-131. ISBN 9781843922759

WAHIDIN, A. and ARDLEY, J., 2008. Prisons and penal policy. In: B. STOUT, J. YATES and B. WILLIAMS, eds., Applied criminology. London: Sage, pp. 68-85. ISBN 9781412947312

Conference contribution

WAHIDIN, A. and ADAY, R., 2014. Dying inside – facing death and dying in prison. In: Socio-Legal Studies Association Seminar, The Cultural Lives of Death in Punishment, Senate House, London, 1 September 2014, London.

HUNTER, J. and WAHIDIN, A., 2014. Examining crime, ethnicity and gender within zones of transition and stability in Nottingham. In: BSC, Liverpool, 12 July 2014, Liverpool.

WAHIDIN, A., 2014. Women’s experience of imprisonment: the case for penal abolition. In: Staffordshire University, School of Arts and Humanities, 20 March 2014, Staffordshire.

WAHIDIN, A., 2014. A libertarian criminology or are criminologists zoo keepers of deviancy? In: Penal Law, Abolitionism and Anarchism, European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control and Hulsman Foundation, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, 25-27 April 2014., Nottingham.

WAHIDIN, A., 2014. The violence of incarceration and the politics of state sanctioned sexual violence against females members of the IRA. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2014 - Changing Society, Leeds, 23–25 April 2014, Leeds.

WAHIDIN, A., 2014. The violence of incarceration – strip searching of women at Armagh Gaol. In: Prison Policy and Practice, Faculty of Socio-legal Studies and Criminal Justice, University of Toronto, 1 October 2014, Toronto.

WAHIDIN, A., 2013. From footnote soldiers to frontline soldiers. In: Dublin Institute of Technology, 13 November 2013, Dublin.

MOORE, L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2013. The spectre of the past and moving forward: transitional justice in Northern Ireland. In: Critical Legal Conference, Queen’s University, Belfast, 5-7 September 2013, Belfast.

WAHIDIN, A., 2012. Ageing offenders – a developing concern. In: Brotherhood of St. Lawrence, Melbourne University, 27 September 2012, Melbourne.

WAHIDIN, A., 2012. Beyond punishment: facing the challenges of ageing prisoners. In: Institute of Criminology, University of Sydney, 29 October 2012, Sydney.

WAHIDIN, A., 2012. Women of Armagh Gaol. In: CSW Colloquium, Florida State University, 19 November 2012, Florida.

WAHIDIN, A., 2011. Managing ageing offenders. In: Australian Correctional Leadership Program, Bush Farm Correctional Services Academy, Sydney, 9-11 October 2011, Sydney.

Edited book

BECKMANN, A., MOORE, J.M. and WAHIDIN, A., 2016. Penal abolitionism: papers from the Penal Law, Abolition and Anarchism Conference: volume 1. EG Press. ISBN 9781911439004

COWBURN, M., GELSTHORPE, L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2016. Research ethics in criminology – dilemmas, issues and solutions. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138803695

HUCKLESBY, A. and WAHIDIN, A., 2013. Criminal justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199215546

HALE, C., HAYWARD, K., WAHIDIN, A. and WINCUP, E., 2013. Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199691296

POWELL, J.L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2009. Risk and social welfare. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 9781608767984

BENNETT, J., CREWE, B. and WAHIDIN, A., 2007. Understanding prison staff. Cullompton: Willan Press. ISBN 9781843922742

WAHIDIN, A. and CAIN, M., 2006. Ageing, crime and society. Cullompton: Willan Press. ISBN 9781843921523

POWELL, J.L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2006. Foucault and ageing. New York: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 9781594546020

Journal editorship

WAHIDIN, A., 2012. The legacy of conflict and the impact on the Northern Irish criminal justice system [special issue]. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. on behalf of the Howard League.

Research report for external body

CONVERY, U., MOORE, L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2014. Evaluation of Quaker Connections' befriending project at HMP Maghaberry, Northern Ireland. Research report for external body. UNSPECIFIED.

HUNTER, J. and WAHIDIN, A., 2013. Examining crime, ethnicity and gender in Nottingham. Research report for external body. Crime and Drug Partnership.

MARTYNOWICZ, A., MOORE, L. and WAHIDIN, A., 2012. 'She’s a legend': the role of significant adults in the lives of children and young people in contact with the criminal justice system. Research report for external body. Belfast: Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY).

WAHIDIN, A., 2007. Bridging the gaps in offending learning: final evaluation for Hull University's Centre for Lifelong Learning, Hull City Council's Adult Education Service and HMP Hull. Research report for external body. UNSPECIFIED.

WILSON, D. and WAHIDIN, A., 2006. The disjuncture between policy and practice: the absence of ‘the real’ in real work in prisons. Research report for external body. The Indigo Trust.

WENTWORTH-JAMES, S., EVANS, C., WAHIDIN, A., PIZEY, N. and SIMPSON, R., 2005. Older prisoners need, well-being and community support: training and resource pack. Research report for external body. Nacro.

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