- Angus Bancroft
- 4f1 18 Buccleuch Place Edinburgh UK EH8 9JS
- +44 (0)131 650 6642
- Research Interests
- Drug users, dealers and traffickers, drug policy, drug culture, Alcohol, the darknet, digital culture, Digital Sociology, illicit markets, binge drinking
Guidance and Feedback Hours
- Wednesday 9-11am - please phone or email to see me outside of this time. Accessibility: My office does not have lift access. If it presents any problems for accessibility please contact me and I will be glad to meet you at a more accessible location.
I am currently researching cyber-security, illicit markets and views of darknet users.
Selected Publications - you can find many of these at my SocArxiv page or please email me if you cannot get access:
Angus Bancroft and Peter Scott Reid (2017) 'Challenging the techno-politics of anonymity: the case of cryptomarket users', Information, Communication and Society, 20, 4, pp. 497-512, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2016.1187643
Angus Bancroft and Peter Scott Reid (2016) 'Concepts of illicit drug quality among darknet market users: Purity, embodied experience, craft and chemical knowledge', International Journal of Drug Policy, 35, pp. 42-49 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2015.11.008
Angus Bancroft, Mariah Jade Zimpfer, Orla Murray and Martina Karels (2014) 'Working at Pleasure in Young Women's Alcohol Consumption: A Participatory Visual Ethnography', Sociological Research Online, 16, 2, 20, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/19/3/20.html.
Angus Bancroft (2012) 'Drinking With and Without Fun: Female students' accounts of pre-drinking and club-drinking', Sociological Research Online, 17 (4). http://www.socresonline.org.uk/17/4/7.html
Angus Bancroft (2009) Drugs, Intoxication and Society, Cambridge: Polity Press. Buy at Amazon UK.
Angus Bancroft (2005) Roma and Gypsy-Travellers in Europe: Modernity, Race, Space and Exclusion, Avebury: Ashgate Press.
Topics interested in supervising
I am keen to supervise PhD students in the fields of: illicit drug use and regulation, the darknet, cybercrime, illicit markets, digital sociology, alcohol, and policing.
If you are interested in being supervised by Angus Bancroft, please see the links below for more information: