Indigenous Criminology

Dr Silke Meyer Central Queensland University This presentation is based on qualitative face-to-face interviews with Indigenous women in two regional Queensland research sites. Interviews focused on women’s experiences of domestic and family violence, related housing instabilities and the role of...
  • August 22, 2016
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H. Tubex University of Western Australia This paper reports on a project aiming to identify the needs of Indigenous male and female offenders on (supervised or full time) release to develop effective community-based throughcare strategies. It will summarise the experiences...
  • August 22, 2016
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Matthew Willis1*, Sarah Holcombe2 1 Australian Institute of Criminology 2 Australian National University * corresponding author: matthew.willis@aic.gov.au The NPY Lands of Central Australia are home to 13 communities speaking five Western Desert languages. The Lands straddle the cross border region...
  • August 22, 2016
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A. Deckert School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, adeckert@aut.ac.nz Canada and the United States both incarcerate Indigenous peoples at disproportionate rates. Previous studies have shown that scholarly discourse in high-ranked criminology journals has remained markedly silent...
  • August 22, 2016
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A. Deckert School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, adeckert@aut.ac.nz Canada and the United States both incarcerate Indigenous peoples at disproportionate rates. Previous studies have shown that scholarly discourse in high-ranked criminology journals has remained markedly silent...
  • August 22, 2016
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Professor Maggie Walter Pro Vice-Chancellor Aboriginal Research and Leadership, University of Tasmania Population statistics are not neutral data. And statistical non-neutrality poses significant, but frequently disregarded or misunderstood ethical issues in the doing of Indigenous criminology. Indigenous population statistics in...
  • August 22, 2016
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Chris Cunneen   This paper draws on the recently published book Indigenous Criminology (Policy Press, 2016) and co-authored with Juan Tauri. In a non-prescriptive way, it sets out what we see as the key elements that make-up an Indigenous criminology....
  • August 21, 2016
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Chris Cunneen   This paper draws on the recently published book Indigenous Criminology (Policy Press, 2016) and co-authored with Juan Tauri. In a non-prescriptive way, it sets out what we see as the key elements that make-up an Indigenous criminology....
  • August 21, 2016
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