Journals and Book Publications

Cox, A. (2018) Trapped in a Vice: The Consequences of Confinement for Young People (Rutgers University Press)

Cox, A. (2018) Juvenile Facility Staff Contestations of Change. in Youth Justice (OnlineFirst)

Osafo, J., Akotia, C. S., Boakye, K. E, & Dickson, E. (2018) Between moral infraction and existential crisis: Exploring Physicians and Nurses Attitudes to Suicide, the Suicidal Patient and the Law in Ghana. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 85: 118-125

Sankofa, j., Cox, A., Fader, J., Inderbitzin, M., Nurse, A., and Abrams, L. (2018) Juvenile Corrections in an Era of Reform: A Meta-synthesis of Qualitative StudiesInternational Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, Vol. 62, Issue 7.

Sowatey, E and Tankebe, J (2018) Doing research with police elites in Ghana. Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Tankebe, J (2018) In their own eyes: an empirical examination of police self-legitimacy. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice

Akoensi, T. (2017). In this job, you cannot have time for family’: Work–family conflict among prison officers in GhanaCriminology and Criminal Justice

Akoensi, T. (2017). Ghana, Corrections. In Kerley, K. R. ed. The Encyclopaedia of Corrections. Wiley, pp. 344-352.

Appiah, R. Boakye, K.E., Ndaa, P., & Aziato, L. (2017) Tougher than ever: An exploration of relapse prevention strategies among patients recovering from poly-substance use disorders in GhanaDrugs: Education, Prevention & Policy

Bottoms, AE and Tankebe, J (2017) Police Legitimacy and the Authority of the State. In A. du Bois-Pedain, M. Ulväng and P. Asp (2017) Criminal Law and the Authority of the State. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Nivette, A. and Akoensi, T (2017). Determinants of Police Satisfaction in a developing country. A randomized vignette studyPolicing and Society.

Osafo, J. Akotia, C.S., Boakye, K.E., & Quarshie, E. N-B (2017) ‘We now have a patient and not a criminal’: Judges and lawyers views on suicide attempters and the law criminalising attempted suicide in GhanaInternational Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 62(6): 1488-1508

Osafo, J., Akotia, C. S., Quarshie, Boakye, K. E. & E. N-B, Andoh-Arthur, J. (2017) Police views of suicidal persons and the law criminilising attempted suicide in Ghana: A qualitative studySage Open, 7(3) doi/abs/10.1177/2158244017731803

Cox, A. (2015) Fresh air funds and functional families: the enduring politics of race, family and place in juvenile justice reform, Theoretical Criminology, Vol. 19, Issue 4, pp. 554-570.

Cox, A. (2015) Responsible Submission: The Racialized Consequences of Neoliberal Juvenile Justice PracticesSocial Justice (Special Issue on Youth Under Control in a Neoliberal State), Vo1. 41, Issue 4, pp. 23-39.

Tankebe, J., Boakye, K. E. & Atupare, P. A. (2014) Summary Report on Public Support for the Death Penalty in Ghana

Atupare, A. P. (2014) Reconciling Socioeconomic Rights and Directive Principles with a Fundamental Law of Reason in Ghana and Nigeria. HHRJ: 71 – 106

Tankebe, J. (2014) The Making of “Democracy’s Champions”: Understanding Police Support for Democracy in Ghana. J.of Criminology & Criminal Justice 14: 25 – 43 

Boakye, K.E. (2013) Correlates and Predictors of Juvenile Delinquency in Ghana. Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 34: 257 – 278

Tankebe, J. (2013) Viewing Things Differently: The Dimensions of Public Perceptions of Police Legitimacy. Criminology 51: 103 – 135 

Bottoms, A. E. and Tankebe, J. (2012) Beyond Procedural Justice: A Dialogic Approach to Legitimacy in Criminal Justice. J. of Crim Law & Criminology 102: 119 – 170 

Tankebe, J. (2010) Public Confidence in the Police: Testing the Effects of Experiences of Police Corruption in Ghana. Brit. J. of Criminology 50: 296 – 319

Tankebe, J. (2009) Self-help, Policing, and Procedural Justice: Ghanaian Vigilantism and the Rule of Law. Law & Soc. Review 43: 245 – 270 

Boakye,K. E. (2009) Culture and Nondisclosure of Child Sexual Abuse in Ghana: A Theoretical and Empirical Exploration. Law & Social Inquiry 34: 951 – 979