Rural Criminology in Ireland
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In this episode we speak with Dr. Matt Bowden about rural criminology in Ireland. Matt is a senior lecturer in sociology at Technological University Dublin, Ireland. He has taught social theory, criminological theory, policing and security governance and was program leader in criminology from 2011 to 2016.His research interests are in the politics and everyday realities of security, plural policing and crime prevention and is currently researching on rural security / safety, security consumption, police culture and police habitus.Matt is co-editor of the Bristol University Press series Research in Rural Crime with Alistair Harkness. He was Treasurer of the Sociological Association of Ireland from 2012-2017 and Vice-President 2017-2018. Matt is also now Head of Research at the College of Arts and Tourism, Technological University Dublin, City Campus.
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