Month: November 2016

Yvonne Jewkes1 1Research Professor in Criminology, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton This presentation will discuss the limits to prisoners’ horizons that arise from pandering to perceived public opinion about digital media in correctional environments.  Writing a decade before the...
  • November 25, 2016
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Yvonne Jewkes1 1Research Professor in Criminology, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton This presentation will discuss the limits to prisoners’ horizons that arise from pandering to perceived public opinion about digital media in correctional environments.  Writing a decade before the...
  • November 25, 2016
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Russell Hogg1 1 Queensland University of Technology In their introduction to The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society the editors trace the emergence of ‘punishment and society’ as an assured and exciting field of contemporary scholarship. They acknowledge its multi-disciplinary...
  • November 25, 2016
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Russell Hogg1 1 Queensland University of Technology In their introduction to The Sage Handbook of Punishment and Society the editors trace the emergence of ‘punishment and society’ as an assured and exciting field of contemporary scholarship. They acknowledge its multi-disciplinary...
  • November 25, 2016
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Claude Roux1, Marie Morelato1, Frank Crispino2, Olivier Delémont3 and Olivier Ribaux3 1Centre for Forensic Science, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Technology Sydney.Forensic Science Research Group and International Centre for Comparative Criminology, Department Of 2Chemistry,...
  • November 24, 2016
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Mary Spiers Williams1 1ANU College of Law Legal practitioners have known for some time what young people experience in detention centres. The screening nationally of images of those places and the acts that have taken place was not a revelation...
  • November 24, 2016
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If we take an international view of things, Japan enjoyed its post-war reputation as one of the most crime-free countries. The number of homicides reported in Japan has constantly decreased since 1955, and the five years from 2009 to 2013...
  • November 4, 2016
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