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Publications

Journal articles

  1. Skudder, H., Brunton-Smith, I., Druckman, A., Cole, J., and McInnes, A. (forthcoming) ‘The crime drop and untold environmental impacts’. British Journal of Criminology.
  2. Brunton-Smith, I., and Tarling, R. (forthcoming) ‘Harnessing paradata and multilevel multiple imputation when analysing longitudinal survey data: A case study’. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
  3. Skudder, H., Brunton-Smith, I., Tseloni, A., McInnes, A., Cole, J., Thompson, R., and Druckman, A. (online first) ‘Investigating the carbon footprint of burglary prevention measures’. Security Journal.
  4. McCarthy, D., and Brunton-Smith, I. (online first) ‘The effect of penal legitimacy on prisoners’ post-release desistance’. Crime and Delinquency.
  5. Williams, J., Sturgis, P., Brunton-Smith, I., and Moore, J. (online first) ‘Fieldwork effort, response rate and the distribution of survey outcomes: a multi-level meta-analysis’. Public Opinion Quarterly.
  6. Sindall, K., McCarthy, D., and Brunton-Smith, I. (online first) ‘Young people and the formation of attitudes towards the policeEuropean Journal of Criminology.
  7. Brunton-Smith, I., Sturgis, P., and Leckie, G. (online first) ‘Detecting and understanding interviewer effects on survey data by using a cross-classified mixed effects location-scale model’. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A.
  8. Skudder, H., Druckman, A., Cole, J., Ansaloni, G. P., Brunton-Smith, I., and McInnes, A. (online first) ‘Addressing the carbon-crime blind spot: A carbon footprint approach’. Journal of Industrial Ecology.
  9. Brunton-Smith, I., and McCarthy, D. (online first) ‘The effects of prisoner attachment to family on re-entry outcomes: A longitudinal assessment’. British Journal of Criminology.
  10. Brunton-Smith, I., and McCarthy, D. (2016) ‘The social characteristics of online piracy offenders and their offending pathways’. Victims and Offenders. 11(4): 509-533.
  11. Brunton-Smith, I., and McCarthy, D. (2016) ‘Prison legitimacy and procedural fairness: the view from prisoners across England and Wales’. Justice Quarterly. 33(6): 1029-1054.
  12. Bullock, K., Meadows, R., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2014) ‘‘DiscoverQuants’: Integrating quantitative methods (QM) and substantive teaching for first year undergraduate sociology studentsEnhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 6(2): 6-20.
  13. Brunton-Smith, I., Carpenter, J., Kenward, M., and Tarling, R. (2014) ‘Multiple Imputation for handling missing data in social researchSocial Research Update, no 65.
  14. Brunton-Smith, I., Sutherland, A., and Jackson, J. (2014) ‘Bridging structure and perception; On the social ecology of beliefs and worries about neighbourhood violence in LondonBritish Journal of Criminology. 54(4): 503-526. *Editors choice
  15. Barrett, M., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2014) ‘Political and civic participation: Towards an integrative perspectiveJournal of Civil Society, 10(1): 5-28.
  16. Sturgis, P., Brunton-Smith, I., Jackson, J., and Kuha, J. (2014) ‘Ethnic diversity and the social cohesion of neighbourhoods in LondonEthnic and Racial Studies, 37(8): 1286-1309.
  17. Sutherland, A., Brunton-Smith, I., and Jackson, J. (2013) ‘Collective efficacy and violence in LondonBritish Journal of Criminology, 53(6): 1050-1074.
  18. Brunton-Smith, I., Sturgis, P., and Williams, J. (2012) ‘Is success on the doorstep correlated with the magnitude of the interviewer design effect?Public Opinion Quarterly, 76(2): 265-286. *Honourable mention - European Survey Research Association early career researcher award
  19. Brunton-Smith, I., and Sturgis, P. (2011) ‘Do neighborhoods generate fear of crime?: An empirical test using the British Crime Survey’. Criminology, 49(2): 331-369. *Winner of the Jon Rasbash memorial prize for quantitative social science 2012
  20. Brunton-Smith, I. (2011) ‘Untangling the relationship between fear of crime and perceived disorder: Evidence from a longitudinal study of young people in England and Wales’. British Journal of Criminology, 51(6): 885-899.
  21. Sturgis, P., Brunton-Smith, I., Read, S., and Allum, N. (2011) ‘Does ethnic diversity erode trust?: Putnam’s ‘Hunkering-Down’ thesis reconsidered’. British Journal of Political Science, 41(1): 57-82.
  22. Sturgis, P., Brunton-Smith, I., and Fife-Schaw, C. (2010) ‘Public attitudes to genomic science: An experiment in information provision’. Public Understanding of Science, 19(2): 166-180.
  23. Allum, N., Sturgis, P., Tabourazi, D., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2008) ‘Science knowledge and attitudes across cultures: A meta-analysis’. Public Understanding of Science, 17(1): 35-54.

Other publications

  1. Brunton-Smith, I. (forthcoming) ‘Fear 2.0: Worry about cybercrime in England and Wales’. International handbook of fear of crime.
  2. Brunton-Smith, I. (in press) ‘Chapter 31 – Systematic Social Observation’ in Johnson, S., and Bruinsma, G. (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Criminology, Oxford University Press.
  3. Saunders, C., Brunton-Smith, I., Garrod, B., Stepanek, M., Vignoles, A., and Sutherland, A. (2016) ‘Missing Key Stage 2 data in LSYPE2: user guide.’ Report for the Department for Education.
  4. Saunders, C., Brunton-Smith, I., Garrod, B., Stepanek, M., Vignoles, A., and Sutherland, A. (2016) ‘Missing Key Stage 2 data in LSYPE2: technical report.’ Report for the Department for Education.
  5. Davies, M., Brunton-Smith, I., Pina-Sanchez, J., and Sutherland, A. (2016) ‘Evaluation of sentencing council guidelines: Drug offences final report’. Rand Europe: Report for Office of the Sentencing Council.
  6. Stoneman, P., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2016) ‘Chapter 5 - The foundations of quantitative research’ in Stoneman, P., and Gilbert, N. (eds) Researching Social Life, 3rd Edition.
  7. Barrett, M., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2016) ‘Political and civic participation: Towards an integrative perspective’ Edited collection. Taylor and Francis.
  8. Brunton-Smith, I., and Barrett, M. (2014) ‘Political and civic participation: findings from the modelling of existing survey data sets’ in Barrett, M., and Zani, B. (eds) Political and Civic Participation: Theories and Findings from the PIDOP Project. Routledge.
  9. Brunton-Smith, I., Jackson, J., and Sutherland, A. (2014) ‘Chapter 4 – The role of neighbourhoods in shaping crime and perceptions of crime’ in van Ham, M., and Manley, D. (eds) Neighbourhood Effects or Neighbourhood based Problems? A Policy Context. Springer.
  10. Brunton-Smith, I., and Hopkins, K. (2014) ‘The impact of experience in prison on the employment status of prisoners after release: Findings from the first 3 waves of Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR)’. Report for Ministry of Justice.
  11. Brunton-Smith, I., Carpenter, J., Kenward, M., and Tarling, R. (2014) ‘Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR) Using multiple imputation to recover missing data from the SPCR’. Report for Ministry of Justice.
  12. Hopkins, K., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2014) ‘Prisoners’ experience of prison and outcomes on release: Results from Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR). Report for Ministry of Justice.
  13. Sturgis, P., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2014) ‘Examining potential bias in the sampling methodology for the Green Deal Assessment Survey’. Report for the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
  14. Brunton-Smith, I., and Hopkins, K. (2013) ‘The factors associated with reconviction following release from prison: Findings from the first 3 waves of Surveying Prisoner Crime Reduction (SPCR). Report for Ministry of Justice.
  15. Brunton-Smith, I., and Jackson, J. (2012) ‘Chapter 2 - Urban fear and its roots in place’ in Ceccato, V. (ed) Urban Fabric of Crime and Fear. Springer.
  16. Sturgis, P., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2011) ‘An evaluation of the potential utility of interviewer observation variables for reducing nonresponse error in the National Survey for Wales’. Report for the Welsh Assembly Government.
  17. Brunton-Smith, I. (2011) ‘Processes Influencing Democratic Ownership and Participation work package 5: Modelling existing survey data’. Work Package 5. Report for European Commission.
  18. Brunton-Smith, I., Sindall, K., and Tarling, R. (2010) ‘The effect of demographic make-up on perceptions of antisocial behaviour in London as measured by the British Crime Survey and 2008 Place Survey’. Report for Government Office for London.
  19. Brunton-Smith, I., and Allen, J. (2009) ‘Chapter 3 - Measuring crime’ In M. Bulmer, J. Gibbs and L. Hyman (eds) Social Measurement through Social Surveys: an Applied Approach. Ashgate.
  20. Sturgis, P., Allum, N., and Brunton-Smith, I. (2008) ‘Chapter 7 - Attitudes over time: The psychology of panel conditioning’ In P. Lynn (ed) Methodology of Longitudinal Surveys. Wiley.