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Perriam, Jessamy and Copson, Lynne (2024). Poor policy made durable: when digital transformation meets social harm. In: Perriam, Jessamy and Meldgaard Kjær, Katrine eds. Digitalization in Practice: Intersections, Implications and Interventions. De Gruyter Contemporary Social Sciences, 14. Berlin, Boston: De Guyter, pp. 141–161.

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Copson, Lynne (2022). Finding hope in hopeless times. In: van Klink, Bart; Soniewicka, Marta and van den Broeke, Leon eds. Utopian Thinking in Law, Politics, Architecture and Technology: Hope in a Hopeless World. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 19–37.

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Copson, Lynne (2021). Beyond Criminology: Taking Harm Seriously. In: Gordon, Faith and Newman, Daniel eds. Leading Works in Law and Social Justice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 169–190.

Copson, Lynne (2021). Crime, Harm and Justice: The Utopia of Harm and Realising Justice in a ‘Good Society’. In: Leighton, Paul; Davies, Pamela and Wyatt, Tanya eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Social Harm. Palgrave, pp. 313–347.

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Copson, Lynne and Boukli, Avi (2020). Queer utopias and queer criminology. Criminology & Criminal Justice, 20(5) pp. 510–522.

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Copson, Lynne (2018). Beyond 'Criminology vs. Zemiology': Reconciling crime with social harm. In: Boukli, Avi (Paraskevi) and Kotze, Justin eds. Zemiology: reconnecting crime and social harm. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 33–56.

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Copson, Lynne (2016). After Penal Populism: Punishment, Democracy and Utopian Method. In: Dzur, Albert W.; Loader, Ian and Sparks, Richard eds. Democratic Theory and Mass Incarceration. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 162–186.

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Copson, Lynne (2013). Towards a Utopian Criminology. In: Malloch, Margaret and Munro, Bill eds. Crime, Critique and Utopia. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 114–135.


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