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South, N (2007) Issues in Green Criminology: Confronting Harms Against Environments, Humanity and Other Animals. Willan, Devon.
South, N (2006) Green Criminology [International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology - Second Series]. Ashgate, Dartmouth.
South, N (2004) Criminology: A Sociological Introduction. Routledge, London.
South, N (2002) Crime in Modern Britain. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
South, N (1999) Drugs: Cultures, Controls and Everyday Life. Sage, London.
South, N (1998) Comparing Prison Systems: Toward an International and Comparative Pedagogy. Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam.
South, N (1996) The Social Construction of Social Policy: Methodologies, Racism, Citizenship and the Environment. Macmillan, London.
South, N (1995) EuroDrugs: Drug Use, Markets and Trafficking in Europe. UCL Press, London.
South, N (1994) Coping with a Nightmare: Family Feelings about Long-Term Drug Use. Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence with Adfam National, London.
South, N (1992) AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care. Falmer Press, London and Washington.
South, N (2011) Environmental Offending: Regulation and 'the Legislative Balancing Act'. In Gobert, J. & Pascal, A (eds). (Eds.) European Developments in Corporate Criminal Liability. Routledge, London.
South, N (2010) The Ecocidal Tendencies of Late Modernity: Trans-national Crime, Social Exclusion, Victims and Rights. In White, R. (ed). (Ed.) Global Environmental Harm: Criminological Perspectives. Willan, Cullompton.
South, N (2009) Ecocide, Conflict and Climate Change: Challenges for Criminology and the Research Agenda in the 21st Century. In Kangaspunta, K. & Marshall, I. (eds) (Eds.) EcoCrime and Justice. UNICRI, Rome.
South, N (2008) Nature, Difference and the Rejection of Harm: Expanding the Agenda for a Green Criminology. In Sollund, R. (ed). (Ed.) Global Harms: Ecological Crime and Speciesism. Nova Publishers, New York, pp. 187-200.
South, N (2007) The Corporate Colonisation of Nature: Bio-Prospecting, Bio-Piracy and the Development of Green Criminology. In Beirne, P (co-auther & co-ed) (Ed.) Issues in Green Criminology: Confronting Harms Against Environments, Humanitiy and Other Animals. Willan, Devon, pp. 230-247.
South, N (2006) Introduction. In Beirne, P (co-auther & co-ed) (Ed.) Green Criminology. International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology, Dartmouth, xiii-xxvii.
South, N (2005) Inequalities, Crime and Citizenship. In Romero, M. & Margolis, E. (eds). (Eds.) The Blackwell Companion on Social Inequalities. Blackwell, Malden, pp. 350-371.
South, N (2004) Drugs, Cultures and Controls in Comparative Perspective. In Coomber, R. (co-author & co-editor) (Ed.) Drug Use in Cultural Contexts 'Beyond the West': Tradition, Change and Post-colonialism. Free Association Books, London, pp. 13-26.
South, N (2003) Policing and Drugs. In Lee, M. Newburn. T. (ed). (Ed.) The Handbook of Policing. Willan, Devon, pp. 421-442.
South, N (2002) Drugs, Alcohol and Crime. In Maguire, M., Morgan, R., & Reiner, R. (eds) (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford University, Oxford, pp. 914-946.
South, N (2001) The Police and Policing. In Budge, I., Crewe, I., McKay, D., & Newton, K. (eds) (Eds.) The New British Politics (2nd ed). Longman-Pearson Education, Harlow, pp. 505-535.
South, N (2000) Hidden From Heroin's History: Heroin Use and Dealing Within an English Asian Community - A Case Study. In Akhtar M., S. Hough & Natarajan, M. (eds) (Eds.) Crime Prevention Studies. Criminal Justice Press, New York, pp. 153-177.
South, N (1999) Debating Drugs and Everyday Life: Normalisatin, Prohibition and 'Otherness'. In South, N. (ed) (Ed.) Drugs: Cultures, Controls and Everyday Life. Sage, London, pp. 1-15.
South, N (1998) Corporate and State Crimes Against the Environment: Foundations for a Green Perspective in European Criminology. In Ruggiero, V., South, N., & Taylor, I. (eds) (Eds.) The New European Criminology. Routledge, London, pp. 443-461.
South, N (1997) Late-Modern Criminology: 'Late' as in 'Dead' or 'Modern' as in 'New'? In Owen, D. (ed) (Ed.) Sociology After Postmodernism. Sage, London, pp. 81-102.
South, N (1996) Social Policy Isn't What it Used to Be: The Social Construction of Social Policy in the 1980s and 1990s. In Samson, C. (co-author & co-ed) (Ed.) The Social Construction of Social Policy. Macmillan, London, pp. 1-13.
South, N (1995) Drug Markets and Law Enforcement. In Dorn D. (ed), N. Hobbs (Ed.) Professional Criminals. International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Penology, Dartmouth, pp. 25-42.
South, N (1994) Drugs: Control, Crime and Criminological Studies. In Maguire, M., Morgan, R., & Reiner, R. (eds) (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 393-440.
South, N (1993) After Mr Bennett and Mr Bush: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Prospects for Drug Control. In Dorn F., N. Pearce & Woodiwiss, M. (eds) (Eds.) Global Crime Connections: Dynamics and Control. Macmillan, Lond, pp. 72-90.
South, N (1992) Moving Murky Money: Drug Trafficking, Law Enforcement and the Pursuit of Criminal Profits. In Offenders and Victims: Theory and Policy. British Society of Criminology and the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency, London, pp. 167-93.
South, N (1991) Drugs, Crime and Law Enforcement: Some Issues for Europe. In Dorn, N. (Ed.) Crime in Europe. Routledge, London and New York, pp. 72-83.
South, N (2010) Green criminology and dirty collar crime. Critical Criminology: international journal, 18(4), pp. 251-262.
South, N (2007) Green Exercise in the UK Countryside: Effects on Health and Psychological Well-being and Implications for Policy and Planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 50(2), pp. 211-231.
South, N (2006) They Say You are a Danger But You Are Not: Representations and Construction of the Moral Self in Narratives of 'Dangerous Individuals'. Deviant Behavior: an interdisciplinary journal, 27(3), pp. 299-328.
South, N (2005) Court Based Psychiatric Assessment: A Case for an Integrated and Diversionary Public Health Role. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 16(3), pp. 577-591.
South, N (2004) Managing Work, Hedonism and 'the Borderline' Between the Legal and Illegal Markets: Two Case Studies of Recreational Heavy Drug Users. Addiction Research and Theory, 12(6), pp. 525-538.
South, N (2002) Cultures of Consumption and Social Exclusion. Criminal Justice Matters, 47(Spring), pp. 28-29.
South, N (2001) Idle Hands' [Thematic Review on Drug Treatment and Unemployment]. Drug and Alcohol Findings, 1(6), pp. 24-30.
South, N (2000) Social Wrongs and Human Rights in Late-Modern Britain: Social Exclusion, Crime Control and Prospects for a 'Public Criminology'. Social Justice, 27(2), pp. 193-211.
South, N (1999) Criminal Justice 2000 - Late Modern Tensions Not Post-Modern Transformations. Criminal Justice Matters, 38(Winter), pp. 5-6.
South, N (1998) Greening Criminology. Criminal Justice Matters, 34, pp. 7-8.
South, N (1997) New Directions in the Study of Criminal Organisation: Honouring the Work of Mary McIntosh. Sociology Review, 7(2), pp. 19-20.
South, N (1996) The Drug Economy, the Inner-City and Social Policy: Letters from America. Criminal Justice Matters, 24(Summer), pp. 23-24.
South, N (1995) So What's New? Some Trends in Security and Surveillance. Criminal Justice Matters, 20(Summer), p. 17.
South, N (1994) Voices from the Past: Drugs and Social History. International Journal of Drug Policy, 5(4), pp. 254-6.
South, N (1993) Criminal Justice versus Public Health: Decriminalisation, Legalisation and Harm Reduction. , 12(Summer), p. 10.
South, N (1992) A Sense of Worth: Drug Users as Community Volunteers. Druglink, 7(5), pp. 8-10.
South, N (1991) Abby: The Ecstacy Dealer. Druglink, 6(6), pp. 14-15.