English posts

Life in a bubble 4: Williamsburg (16 Sept 2016)

#myfirstsevenjobs (

The harm of experienced inequality (

Discriminatory policing (10 June 2016)

Life in a bubble 3: a quiz (29 April 2016)

10 years of ineffective discriminatory policy (on Leiden Law Blog, 30 March 2016)

Against socioeconomic marginality as a risk factor – 2 (4 March 2016)

Against socioeconomic marginality as a risk factor (19 Feb 2016)

Pardon for productive members of society (29 Jan 2016)

Anger and affluenza (8 Jan 2016)

Life in a bubble 2: Upper West Side (18 Dec 2016)

Letting offenders pay, part 2 (on Leiden Law Blog, 9 Dec 2015)

Psycho-compulsion in Dutch workfare (23 Oct 2015)

A new aristocracy (14 Aug 2015)

Life in a bubble 1: The Hague (31 July 2015)

Are algorithms class-blind? (17 July 2015)

Two toothbrushes and half freedom (on Leiden Law Blog, 17 June 2015)

Box bikes, austerity and urban balance (5 June 2015)

‘Everything about them smelled of decay’ (22 May 2015)

Letting offenders pay (on Leiden Law Blog, 29 April 2014)

Job, house, car? You’re bailed out (8 May 2015)

‘Will the real fraud please stand up?’ (20 Feb 2015)

Punishing unemployment? (6 Feb 2015)

Payback time (29 Nov 2014)

The Constitution as window dressing (19 Sept 2014)

‘They were beneath suspicion’: Big Brother and the underclass (5 Sept 2014)

Criminal injustice cartoons (13 June 2014)

Suddenly I realized she was not white (30 May 2014)

Inequality is not the problem (2 May 2014)

Hurray, celebrate the city? (21 March 2014)

‘You live in a community now’ (24 Jan 2014)

Individual responsibility as condition for rehabilitation (10 Jan 2014)

Sanctions, exclusion and stigma: 5 low points of Dutch politics in 2013 (27 Dec 2013)

Stop peering down the class structure! (says Jock Young) (29 Nov 2013)

Moving to the ‘ghetto’ (8 Nov 2013)

‘No class justice in the Netherlands’, or is there? (1 Nov 2013)

Is the (punitive) middle class fed up with the lower class? (25 Oct 2013)

Crime, class and social policy (18 Oct 2013)

Why this blog? (8 Oct 2013)

The start of a new research (7 Oct 2013)

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