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    Bancroft, Angus
    Sociology, May 2000, Vol.34(2), pp.354-355 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Sage Journals (Sage Publications), SAGE HSS (Sage Publications), SAGE Sociology (Sage Publications), SAGE Journals (Sage Publications)
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    Roma and Gypsy-Travellers in Europe : modernity, race, space, and exclusion

    Bancroft, Angus
    Aldershot, Hants ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate
    2005
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    Titre: Roma and Gypsy-Travellers in Europe : modernity, race, space, and exclusion / Angus Bancroft
    Auteur: Bancroft, Angus
    Edition: 1st ed.
    Editeur: Aldershot, Hants ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate
    Date: 2005
    Collation: 198 p. ; 24 cm.
    Collection: Research in migration and ethnic relations series
    Documents dans cette collection: Research in migration and ethnic relations series
    Sujet RERO: Tsiganes - Europe
    Sujet LCSH: Romanies -- Europe
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [172]-194) and index.
    Identifiant: 0754639215 (alk. paper) (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb40246909p (URN)
    No RERO: R005892746
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R005892746/html?view=GE_V1

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    Responsible use to responsible harm: illicit drug use and peer harm reduction in a darknet cryptomarket

    Bancroft, Angus
    Health, risk & society, 17 November 2017, Vol.19(7-8), pp.336-350 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis Medical Library, Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Responsible use to responsible harm: illicit drug use and peer harm reduction in a darknet cryptomarket
    Auteur: Bancroft, Angus
    Sujet: Risk ; Darknet ; Illicit Drugs ; Cryptomarkets ; Harm Reduction ; Medicine ; Social Sciences (General) ; Public Health
    Description: Sale of illicit drugs through online 'cryptomarkets' is a notable innovation in the illicit drug market. Cryptomarkets present new ways of configuring risk and harm in relation to drug use. I examine the kinds of knowledge and discourses users employed to do this. I argue that the lay/expert divide that creates a hierarchy of knowledge around drug use and harms is increasingly undermined by the creation of knowledge communities by drug users who make drug use work effectively for them. I draw on the discussion forum of a now defunct English language focused cryptomarket, anonymised as 'Merkat', collected between 2015 and 2016. Typically, vendors in the major cryptomarkets are based in the USA, UK, China, the Netherlands and Australia. Buyers were mainly located in the USA, UK, Australia and Western Europe. I scraped the market forum threads and coded on emergent themes. I found that risk worked along four axes, cultural normalisation/pathologisation, chemical potency, legal/policy...
    Fait partie de: Health, risk & society, 17 November 2017, Vol.19(7-8), pp.336-350
    Identifiant: 1369-8575 (ISSN); 1469-8331 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/13698575.2017.1415304 (DOI)

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    ‘Nice people doing shady things’: Drugs and the morality of exchange in the darknet cryptomarkets

    Masson, Kimberley, Bancroft, Angus
    The International journal of drug policy, August 2018, Vol.58, pp.78-84 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Challenging the techno-politics of anonymity: the case of cryptomarket users

    Bancroft, Angus, Scott Reid, Peter
    Information, communication & society, 03 April 2017, Vol.20(4), pp.497-512 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Taylor & Francis (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Challenging the techno-politics of anonymity: the case of cryptomarket users
    Auteur: Bancroft, Angus; Scott Reid, Peter
    Sujet: Cryptomarkets ; Anonymity ; Drug Use ; Darknet ; Engineering ; Sociology & Social History
    Description: Anonymity is treated as a problem of governance that can be subject to technical resolution. We use the example of the darknet to critically examine this approach. We explore the background assumptions that have been made about anonymity as a quality of social life. We conceive of anonymity as a way of engaging and maintaining social relationships in an anonymous mode. We draw on a study of darknet 'cryptomarket' users who mainly use the darknet to buy and sell illicit drugs, discuss drug quality and share information on safe and effective use. We identify the personal satisfaction that comes from interacting anonymously online, the challenges this represents for maintaining trusted interactions and how they are overcome, and the combination of technology and action involved in maintaining anonymity. We argue that attempts to promote de-anonymising norms and technology are based on an erroneous understanding of what anonymity is.
    Fait partie de: Information, communication & society, 03 April 2017, Vol.20(4), pp.497-512
    Identifiant: 1369-118X (ISSN); 1468-4462 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187643 (DOI)

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    Concepts of illicit drug quality among darknet market users: Purity, embodied experience, craft and chemical knowledge

    Bancroft, Angus, Scott Reid, Peter
    The International journal of drug policy, September 2016, Vol.35, pp.42-49 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    I came back here and started smoking again: perceptions and experiences of quitting among disadvantaged smokers

    Wiltshire, Susan, Bancroft, Angus, Parry, Odette, Amos, Amanda
    Health Education Research, 2003, Vol.18(3), pp.292-303 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    “They're doing people a service”—qualitative study of smoking, smuggling, and social deprivation

    Wiltshire, Susan, Bancroft, Angus, Amos, Amanda, Parry, Odette
    BMJ, 28 July 2001, Vol.323(7306), p.203 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    BMJ Journals (BMJ Publishing Group)
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    Titre: “They're doing people a service”—qualitative study of smoking, smuggling, and social deprivation
    Auteur: Wiltshire, Susan; Bancroft, Angus; Amos, Amanda; Parry, Odette
    Editeur: British Medical Journal Publishing Group
    Sujet: Smoking and Tobacco ; Epidemiologic Studies ; General Practice / Family Medicine ; Health Education ; Health Promotion ; Smoking ; Sociology
    Description: To examine the behaviour and attitudes related to smoking and contraband tobacco products among smokers in two socially deprived areas.
    Fait partie de: BMJ, 28 July 2001, Vol.323(7306), p.203
    Identifiant: 0959-8138 (ISSN); 1468-5833 (E-ISSN); 10.1136/bmj.323.7306.203 (DOI); 11473911 (PMID)

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    “It’s like an addiction first thing… afterwards it's like a habit”: daily smoking behaviour among people living in areas of deprivation

    Bancroft, Angus, Wiltshire, Susan, Parry, Odette, Amos, Amanda
    Social science & medicine (1982), 2003, Vol.56(6), pp.1261-1267 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    The habits of others are often hard to comprehend

    Bancroft, Angus
    Public health, January 2008, Vol.122(1), pp.105; author reply 105-6 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    MEDLINE/PubMed (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
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    Titre: The habits of others are often hard to comprehend
    Auteur: Bancroft, Angus
    Sujet: Income ; Smoking -- Epidemiology
    Fait partie de: Public health, January 2008, Vol.122(1), pp.105; author reply 105-6
    Identifiant: 0033-3506 (ISSN); 17950390 Version (PMID)