Oliver Smith, Ph.D.
Dr. Oliver Smith is a criminologist and ethnographer with an interest in leisure, harm, consumerism and culture. He is the author of ‘Contemporary adulthood and the night-time economy’, which uses the night time economy (NTE) as a lens through which to examine the relationship between global consumer culture and harms associated with the erosion of traditional forms of adult identity. Dr. Smith is a founding member of the Deviant Leisure group as well as the Critical Criminology sub-group of the British Society of Criminology.
- Raymen, T., & Smith, O. (2020). Gambling and harm in 24/7 capitalism. DOI: 10.4324/9780429424472-10.
- Raymen, T., & Smith, O. (2019). Deviant Leisure Criminological Perspectives on Leisure and Harm: Criminological Perspectives on Leisure and Harm. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-17736-2.
- Raymen, T., & Smith, O. (2019). Deviant Leisure: A Critical Criminological Perspective for the Twenty-First Century. Critical Criminology, 27. DOI: 10.1007/s10612-019-09435-x.
- Raymen, T., & Smith, O. (2017). Lifestyle gambling, indebtedness and anxiety: A deviant leisure perspective. Journal of Consumer Culture. DOI: 10.1177/1469540517736559.