The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
Dr Jane Wood
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Psychology
- Prison gang activity
- Street gang formation and activity
- Bullying in prison and schools
- Public opinion of criminal justice
Wood, J., Williams, G. & James, M., (2010). Incapacitation and Imprisonment: Prisoners' Involvement in Community-based Crime. Psychology Crime and Law, 16, 601-614.
Wood, J., & Alleyne, E. (2010). Street gang theory and research: Where are we now and where do we go from here? Special Issue: Group Processes and Aggression. Gannon, T.A. and Wood J.L., (Eds) Aggression and Violent Behavior, pp. 100-111.
Wood, J. & Moir, A. and James M, (2009). Prisoners' gang-related activity: the importance of bullying and moral disengagement. Psychology Crime and Law, 15, 569-581.
Wood, J., Kade, C. & Sidhu, M.(2009). What works for offenders and staff: Comparing two multi-agency approaches to offender resettlement. Pscyhology, Crime & Law, 15, 661-678.
Barnett, G., & Wood, J. (2008). Agency, relatedness, inner peace and problem-solving in sexual offending: How sexual offenders prioritise and operationalise their Good Lives conceptions, Sexual Abuse, 20 (4), 444-465.