On behalf of the Conference Committee, we thank those who submitted an abstract for presentation for the 32nd Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference being held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre 10-13 December 2019.

The theme of the 2019 Conference is ‘JUSTICE REIMAGINED: THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN ACADEMIA,GOVERNMENT, INDUSTRY AND THE COMMUNITY’.

The program will include a wide range of concurrent Oral Single Paper Presentations, Plenary Sessions, Roundtables, Posters and Panels.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference in Perth!

 

Dr. Jade Lindley & Dr. Hilde Tubex
on behalf of the 2019 ANZSOC Conference Committee

Presenters Registration

All presenters will be required to register for the conference by Friday 4 October and pay the appropriate registration fee. Presenters also need to meet their own travel and accommodation costs. Register here: anzsocconference.com.au/2019-registration 

Conference Streams

  • Crime prevention
  • Dangerous crimes and offenders
  • Globalised and transnational crime
  • Green criminology
  • Indigenous justice
  • Innovative justice
  • Minorities groups, crime and justice
  • Policing and justice
  • Sentencing and prisons
  • Teaching criminology
  • Victims of crime

Conference Keywords

  • Alternative and innovative approaches to justice
  • Border policing and migration
  • Borderless crime
  • Community-led justice
  • Corporate and white collar crime
  • Corrections, prisons and penology
  • Courts and sentencing
  • Crime and the media
  • Crime prevention
  • Criminal profiling
  • Cybercrime and digital criminology
  • Desistance from crime
  • Ethics
  • Family violence
  • Gender and justice
  • Green/environmental criminology
  • Heritage/art crime
  • Indigenous justice
  • Institutional abuses
  • Institutionalisation
  • Policing, security and intelligence
  • Queer criminology
  • Race
  • Restorative Justice
  • Sexual violence
  • Southern criminology
  • Sovereignty
  • Teaching criminology
  • Terrorism and radicalisation
  • Theoretical criminology
  • Victimology
  • Vulnerable people and human rights
  • Young people and crime
  • Other (please specify)

Conference Streams

You will have the opportunity to nominate a stream most suitable to your presentation when submitting your abstract online. If you are unsure or do not wish to nominate a stream when submitting please select “Other” in the online submission portal and you will be assigned a stream to suit the program.

Conference Keywords

You will be asked to nominate 3 keywords most suitable to your presentation when submitting your abstract online.

Presentation Formats

Authors are invited to submit abstracts for a Single Paper, Poster Presentation, for a complete Panel or Roundtable style session.

Important note: To ensure variety in the program and to allow the audience to hear from a broad cross section of presenters, authors may be limited to the delivery of one Oral Paper Presentation at the conference (not including contribution to a Roundtable). While you will be asked to indicate your preferred presentation format, the program committee may request an alternative format be considered. The committee will allocate presentations to the program taking into account the preference of authors and the balance of the program.

Oral Presentation (Single Paper)

It is anticipated Oral Presentations will be allocated 20 minutes for presentation, including question time.

Presentations are intended for individuals to discuss work that has been completed or where substantial progress has been made.

Importantly, presentations about work that has yet to begin or is only in the formative stage are not appropriate here and may be more suitable for a Poster or Roundtable session.

Abstracts will be assigned to session with other papers sharing a common theme or purpose (to the extent that this is possible).

Poster Submissions

Poster Presentations will be in A0 size, portrait orientation.

Posters can present research in progress, case studies, divisional projects or clinical topics.

Posters will be displayed in the breakout areas for the duration of the conference. Poster presenters’ contact details will be displayed on the Poster and presenters are encouraged to stand near their Poster Presentation during the breaks. This will allow presenters the opportunity to talk with delegates about their Poster and answer questions regarding their work. Further instructions about Poster submissions will be available on the Poster submissions page.

Panel Session

Participants are welcome to propose a full Panel Session and we encourage Panel submissions organised by individuals and other working groups.

Panel Sessions should have a minimum of 4 and maximum of 5 presentations of 20 minute duration each.

Roundtable

Roundtables should have a theme of critical interest to researchers and practitioners in Criminology. The purpose is to critically analyse a particular concern from diverse perspectives.

These sessions are generally less formal and more interactive than panel sessions, and typically do not involve the presentation of visual material.

How to Submit

Abstracts are due by Friday 19 July 2019 and must be submitted electronically through the submission portal.

Authors will be notified of the status of their submissions in August 2019

Oral Presentation (Single paper)

For Single Paper submissions you will be required to enter:

  • The title of your abstract
  • Select a stream
    • There are a number of organising streams which aim to develop critical linkages between criminological work. If you do not select a stream, we will endeavour to create thematically coherent panels based on your keywords and abstract.
  • Up to 3 keywords most suited to your abstract
  • Authors’ names (indicate presenting author), affiliations, and biography (up to 100 words – presenting author/s only).
  • Abstract (maximum 250 words)

Poster Presentation submissions

For single paper submissions you will be required to enter:

  • The title of your abstract and presentation type
  • Select a stream
    • There are a number of organising streams which aim to develop critical linkages between criminological work. If you do not select a stream, we will endeavour to create thematically coherent panels based on your keywords and abstract.
  • Up to 3 keywords most suited to your abstract
  • Authors’ names (indicate presenting author), affiliations, and biography (up to 100 words – presenting author/s only).
  • Abstract (maximum 250 words)

Panel submissions

For panel submissions you will be required to enter:

  • The title of your Panel Session
  • Select a stream
  • Up to 3 keywords most suited to the Panel
  • Authors’ names (indicate presenting author), affiliations, and biography (up to 100 words – presenting author/s only).
  • The title and abstract for each paper (minimum of 4, maximum 250 words each)
  • 100 word description of the theme of the Panel

Roundtable submissions

For Roundtable Presentations you will be required to enter:

  • The title of the Roundtable
  • Select a stream
  • Up to 3 keywords
  • Participants’ names, affiliations, and biography (up to 100 words) (Minimum of 5 participants including the chair)
  • A 250 word description of the theme of the Roundtable
  • Indicate if Roundtable will take the form of a collaborative conversation – i.e. participants are from a combination of academic, practitioner and civil society perspective (optional).
The organisers reserve the right to combine sessions or
add speakers where withdrawals by presenters leave only two in a session.

At the time of the Conference

Guidelines

  • Session Chair Guidelines – Coming soon
  • Presenter Guidelines – Coming soon

Audiovisual Equipment

Each session room will be equipped for the presentation of PowerPoint slides and include a data projector, computer with external speakers, lectern and microphone.

Presentation Files

Presenters will take their PowerPoint slides to the meeting on a memory stick, where an audiovisual technician will load your presentation.

Video and audio clips should be embedded in your PowerPoint slides rather than linking to external files.

All slides will be run from a central presentation computer. However, if you have a complex presentation, which includes multiple media files, we suggest you bring your own laptop as a backup in case of difficulties loading your presentation.

ABOUT ANZSOC

The society is devoted to promoting criminological study, research and practice in the region and bringing together persons engaged in all aspects of the field. The membership of the society reflects the diversity of persons involved in the field, including practitioners, academics, policy makers and students.

Conference Managers

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