LOWMAN, John




Author Tags: Law, Women

A Professor of criminology at SFU since 1981, John Lowman received the 1997 Nora and Ted Sterling Prize in Support of Controversy for his ongoing studies of prostitution. He is the author of The Vancouver Field Study of Prostitution, and Street Prostitution: Assessing the Impact of the Law. He is also co-editor of Crime Control and Policing in the 1990s; and Regulating Sex. Fellow SFU criminologist Colin Campbell, a former casino dealer and pit boss, and Lowman have examined Canada's $8 million gambling industry in Gambling in Canada: Golden Goose or Trojan Horse, sponsored by the Solicitor-General of Canada. With Brian D. MacLean, he co-edited Realist Criminology: Crime Control and Policing in the 1990s (UTP, 1992). Lowman co-authored Protecting Research Confidentiality: What happens when law and ethics collide? (Lorimer $27.95) with fellow SFU Criminology Professor Ted Palys.

BOOKS

The Vancouver Field Study of Prostitution

Street Prostitution: Assessing the Impact of the Law

Gambling in Canada: Golden Goose or Trojan Horse

Protecting Research Confidentiality: What happens when law and ethics collide?(Lorimer 2014) 978-1-4594-0703--9



[BCBW 2014]