PECRC Oral

T.Bartlett, Monash University, tess.bartlett@monash.edu This paper draws from data gathered for an Australian Research Council funded study conducted in Victoria and NSW between 2011-2015 that examined how dependent children are responded to when their primary carer is imprisoned, with a specific focus...
  • August 12, 2016
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T.Bartlett, Monash University, tess.bartlett@monash.edu This paper draws from data gathered for an Australian Research Council funded study conducted in Victoria and NSW between 2011-2015 that examined how dependent children are responded to when their primary carer is imprisoned, with a specific focus...
  • August 12, 2016
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Laura McDonald, University of Sydney, laura.mcdonald@sydney.edu.au This paper explores the creation, dissemination and control of crime-images, specifically those of victims of crime. The public’s engagement with visual representations of crime is rising in the digital age, highlighting how crime is increasingly...
  • August 12, 2016
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D.S Gavara-Nanu, Flinders University, gava0014@uni.flinders.edu.au In 1997, the United Nations met to consider methods to combat the destruction of the World’s forests and contain the emission of carbon dioxide.  Enter the Kyoto Protocol (“Protocol”) which facilitated the development of Emissions Trading Schemes...
  • August 12, 2016
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D.S Gavara-Nanu, Flinders University, gava0014@uni.flinders.edu.au In 1997, the United Nations met to consider methods to combat the destruction of the World’s forests and contain the emission of carbon dioxide.  Enter the Kyoto Protocol (“Protocol”) which facilitated the development of Emissions Trading Schemes...
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Armin Alimardani*, Ph.D. student, University of New South Wales, Australia  *corresponding author: a.alimardani@student.unsw.edu.au   Identifying numerous causal factors of crime, and their interrelationship, provides a complex basis for explaining crime. The absence of a comprehensive and coherent method may prevent criminologists...
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Milda Istiqomah*, Ph.D. Student, University of New South Wales, Australia  *Corresponding author: m.istiqomah@student.unsw.edu.au   Deradicalization program has long been the subject of investigation. There is a steadily growing interest in examining the results on how Islamist terrorists agree to abandon violence...
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Helen Williamson*, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton *corresponding author: h.williamson2@brighton.ac.uk   The decade between 2004 and 2014 witnessed the number of recorded firearm offences in England and Wales fall significantly from 24,094 offences in the year ending March...
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Dat T. Bui*, PhD candidate at Law School, Macquarie University; Lecturer at Law School, Vietnam National University Hanoi  *corresponding author’s email: buitiendat2001@yahoo.com   By affirming the right to be presumed innocent and the right to remain silent, the Vietnamese Criminal Proceedings...
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Estrella Pearce, Western Sydney University, Australia  *corresponding author: e.pearce@westernsydney.edu.au The ethos of restorative justice as a viable alternative to more punitive measures has been received with varying degrees of enthusiasm across different jurisdictions. In NSW, for example, only 3% of young...
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