In memoriam: Jock Young

@article{Memoriam2014InMJ,
  title={In memoriam: Jock Young},
  author={In Memoriam and Jock S. Young and William Stewart and Ren{\'e} van Swaaningen},
  journal={Punishment \& Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={353 - 359}
}
William Stewart ‘Jock’ Young passed away on 16 November 2013 in New York City. He was the colleague and very good friend of many in the original group that set up Punishment and Society and a great source of inspiration to the younger ones. We thought a very good way to commemorate his memory and his innumerable contributions would be to hear once more from his own voice. We were fortunate enough to have the help in this of René van Swaaningen who, a few years ago, interviewed him – an… 
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