Items by Allum, Felia
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Allum, F., 2015. Mafia in the UK:The story can’t simply end in Uxbridge. The Conversation
Arsovska, J. and Allum, F., 2014. Introduction:women and transnational organized crime. Trends in Organized Crime, 17 (1-2), pp. 1-15.
Allum, F., 2014. Understanding criminal mobility:The case of the Neapolitan Camorra. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 19 (5), pp. 583-602.
Allum, F., 2013. "Godfathers, dark glasses, and pasta":Discussing British perceptions of Italian Mafias. SICUREZZA E SCIENZE SOCIALI, 2014 (3), pp. 51-68.
Allum, F. and Den Boer, M., 2013. United we stand? Conceptual diversity in the EU strategy against organized crime. Journal of European Integration, 35 (2), pp. 135-150.
Allum, F., 2013. "Padrini, occhiali scuri e pasta":percezioni inglesi delle mafie italiane. SICUREZZA E SCIENZE SOCIALI, 3, pp. 55-73.
Allum, F., 2013. Italian organized crime in the UK:continuing the debate. Policing, 7 (2), 227- 232.
Young, A. B. K. and Allum, F., 2012. A comparative study of British and German press articles on 'organised crime' (1999-2009). Crime, Law and Social Change, 58 (2), pp. 139-157.
Allum, F. and Gilmour, S., eds., 2011. Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime. Routledge.
Longo, F., Irrera, D. and Kostakos, P., 2010. Defining and Defying Organised Crime:Discourse, Perceptions and Reality. Routledge.
Allum, F., 2010. Local politics and organized crime in contemporary Italy: willing or unwilling bedfellows? In: Allum, F., Longo, F., Irrera, D. and Kostakos, P., eds. Defining and defying organized crime: discourse, perceptions and reality. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 144-160. (Routledge advances in international relations and global politics; 83)
Allum, F. and Allum, P., 2010. Revisiting Naples: clientelism and organized crime. In: Mammone, A. and Veltri, G. A., eds. Italy today: the sick man of Europe. London, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 185-198.
Allum, F. and Fyfe, N., 2008. Developments in state witness protection programmes:The Italian experience in international comparative perspective. Policing, 2 (1), pp. 92-102.
Allum, F. and Allum, P., 2008. Revisiting Naples: clientelism and organized crime. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 13 (3), pp. 340-365.
Allum, F., 2007. Women doing it for themselves or standing in for their men? Women in the Neapolitan Camorra 1950-2000. In: Fiandaca, G., ed. Women and the Mafia: Female roles in Organized Crime Structures. Amsterdam: Springer, pp. 9-17.
Allum, F., 2006. Tra Struttura e agenzia: un'analisi della Camorra. Teoria Politica, 3, pp. 1-24.
Allum, F., 2006. Il crimine organizato a napoli:The Transformation of Organized Crime in Post-War Naples. Northern Universities Press. (Italian Perspectives; 11)
Allum, F. and Siebert, R., 2003. Conclusion: organized crime and democracy: 'uncivil' or 'civil' society? In: Allum, F. and Siebert, R., eds. Organized Crime and the Challenge to Democracy. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 195-203. (Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science)
Allum, F. and Siebert, R., 2003. Introduction: organized crime: a threat to democracy? In: Allum, F. and Siebert, R., eds. Organized Crime and the Challenge to Democracy. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 1-22. (Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science)
Allum, F. and Sands, J., 2002. Explaining organized crime in Europe: Are economists always right? Crime, Law and Social Change, 7 (23), pp. 1-28.
Allum, F., 2001. Becoming a Camorrista: criminal culture and life choices in Naples. Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 6, 324--347.
Allum, F., 2001. Il cosidetto patto scellerato: politici e camoirristi negli anni 50 e 80. Meridioni, Sud e Nord nel Mondo, 1 (2), 184--197.
Allum, F. and Cilento, M., 2001. Parties and Personalities: the case of Antonio Bassolino, former Mayor of Naples. Regional and Federal Studies, 11 (1), pp. 26-33.
Allum, F. and Allum, P., 1996. The resistible rise of the new Neapolitan Camorra. In: Gundle, S. and Parker, S., eds. The New Italian Republic: From the Fall of the Berlin Wall to Berlusconi. London: Routledge, pp. 234-246.