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Stevens, Alisa 2019. Access-denied: Research on sex in prison and the subjugation of 'deviant knowledge'. Criminology and Criminal Justice 10.1177/1748895819839740
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Stevens, Alisa 2017. Sexual activity in British men's prisons: A culture of denial. British Journal of Criminology 57 (6) , pp. 1379-1397. 10.1093/bjc/azw094

Stevens, Alisa 2017. Rehabilitation. In: Kerley, Kent R. ed. The Encyclopedia of Corrections, Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1002/9781118845387.wbeoc126)

Stevens, Alisa 2016. Therapeutic communities. In: Jewkes, Yvonne, Bennett, Jamie and Crewe, Ben eds. Handbook on Prisons, Routledge, pp. 497-513.

Stevens, Alisa 2015. 'Serious therapy' for serious female offenders: The democratic therapeutic community at HMP Send. In: Annison, Jill and Brayford, Jo eds. Women and Criminal Justice: From the Corston Report to Transforming Rehabilitation, Policy Press, pp. 173-188.

Stevens, Alisa 2014. 'Difference' and desistance in prison-based therapeutic communities. Prison Service Journal 213 , pp. 3-9.

Stevens, Alisa 2013. The 'Meanings' of female staff in male therapeutic community prisons: gender as symbolism and specialism. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 52 (5) , pp. 479-497. 10.1111/hojo.12039

Stevens, Alisa 2013. Prisoners' motivations for therapeutic community treatment. Probation Journal 60 (2) , pp. 152-167. 10.1177/0264550513478321

Stevens, Alisa 2013. Offender rehabilitation and therapeutic communities: Enabling change the TC way. International Series on Desistance and Rehabilitation, London and New York: Routledge.

Stevens, Alisa 2012. 'I am the person now I was always meant to be': identity reconstruction and narrative reframing in therapeutic community prisons. Criminology and Criminal Justice 12 (5) , pp. 527-547. 10.1177/1748895811432958

Stevens, Alisa 2011. A "very decent nick": ethical treatment in prison-based democratic therapeutic communities. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice 11 (2-3) , pp. 124-150. 10.1080/15228932.2011.537581

Stevens, Alisa 2010. Introducing forensic democratic therapeutic communities. In: Shuker, Richard and Sullivan, Elizabeth eds. Grendon and the Emergence of Forensic Therapeutic Communities: Developments in Research and Practice, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 7-24.

Stevens, Alisa 2007. Not Of Much Significance (yet): NOMS from the perspective of prison staff. Prison Service Journal 172 , pp. 3-11.

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