Dr Charlotte Barlow

Lecturer in Criminology

Research Overview

Charlotte's research falls within the remit of of feminist criminology and she is particularly interested in the ways in which gender and intersecting inequalities influence pathways into crime, offending behaviour, experiences of violence and abuse and interactions with the criminal justice system. Her recent and ongoing research projects include police officer responses to coercive control, media and legal representations of female co-offenders and a qualitative exploration of co-offending women's pathways into crime and experiences of coercion and agency. Her broad research intersts include female (co) offending, media representations of gender, crime and deviance, violence against women and girls and police responses to domestic violence.

“You need to be sorted out with a knife”: the attempted online silencing of women and people of Muslim faith within academia
Barlow, C., Awan, I. 1/10/2016 In: Social Media + Society. 2, 4, p. 1-11. 11 p.
Journal article

Coercion and women co-offenders: a gendered pathway into crime
Barlow, C.F. 14/09/2016 Policy Press. 112 p.

UK and Ireland
Ross, K., Barlow, C.F., Ging, D. 29/08/2016 In: Gender equality and the media. London : Routledge
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Sketching women in court: the visual construction of co-accused women in court drawings
Barlow, C.F. 07/2016 In: Feminist Legal Studies. 24, 2, p. 169-192. 24 p.
Journal article

Documents as 'risky' sources of data: a reflection on social and emotional positioning- a research note
Barlow, C.F. 06/2016 In: International Journal of Social Research Methodology. 19, 3, p. 377-384. 8 p.
Journal article

Silencing the other: gendered representations of co-accused women offenders
Barlow, C.F. 12/2015 In: The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice. 54, 5, p. 469-488. 20 p.
Journal article

(The good), the bad and the ugly: the visual construction of female child sex offenders
Barlow, C.F., Lynes, A. 22/09/2015 In: Journalism and Mass Communication. 5, 9, p. 480-494. 15 p.
Journal article

Coerced into crime?: Legal and media framing of co-accused women
Barlow, C.F. 2015 University of Liverpool. 356 p.
Doctoral Thesis

Coercion into crime: a gendered pathway into criminality
Barlow, C.F. 2014 Howard League ECAN Bulletin

Constructing Crime: Deviance and Cultural Representations of Crime and Deviance by Christina Gregoriou
Barlow, C.F. 12/2013 In: Crime, Media, Culture. 9, 3, 3 p.
Book/Film/Article review