Abstract Submission

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS CLOSE

EXTENDED - 6 August 2021

Abstracts CLOSE

NOTIFICATION OF ABSTRACT ACCEPTANCE

Late August 2021

RESULTS ADVISED

PRESENTER ACCEPTANCE DUE

10 Sept 2021

ACCEPTANCE DUE

PRESENTER REGISTRATION DUE

1 Oct 2021

REGISTRATION DUE

Call for Abstracts Closed

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee, thank you to everyone who has submitted an abstract for presentation at the 33rd Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference which will be held online from 8 – 10 December 2021.

The call for abstracts closed on Friday 6 August, and we expect author acceptance notification emails to be distributed later this month. If you have missed the deadline and would like to submit an abstract please contact mail@conferencedesign.com.au as the committee may consider late submissions.

Authors who have made a submission are able to log back into the submission portals to view their abstracts.

Dr Li Eriksson, Dr Keiran Hardy and Dr William Wood
2021 ANZSOC Conference Co-Chairs

Submission Information
Presentation Formats

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

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.

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.

The organisers reserve the right to combine sessions or add speakers where withdrawals by presenters leave only two in a session.

Oral Presentation (Single Paper)

It is anticipated Oral Presentations will be allocated 15 minutes for presentation, plus question time.

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

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

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 will have a total panel time of 60 minutes.

Presenter Registration

All presenters will be required to register for the conference by Friday 1 October and pay the appropriate registration fee.

How to Submit

Abstracts are due by Friday 6 August 2021 and must be submitted electronically through the appropriate submission portal.

Authors will be notified of the status of their submissions in late August 2021.

Oral Presentation (Single paper) submissions

For Oral Presentation (single paper) submissions, abstracts must be submitted via the online ORAL PRESENTATION submission portal.

You will be required to enter:

  • Abstract Title.
  • Abstract Author names (indicate presenting author), affiliations, and presenting author biography (up to 100 words – presenting author/s only).
  • Abstract (maximum 300 words).
  • 3 keywords that best relate to the abstract content.
Panel submissions

For Panel Session submissions, each associated abstract must be submitted individually via the online PANEL SESSION submission portal.

For each abstract you will be required to enter:

  • Abstract Title.
  • Abstract Author names (indicate presenting author), affiliations, and presenting author biography (up to 100 words – presenting author/s only).
  • Abstract (maximum 300 words).
  • The title of the Panel Session (the same title must be used for each abstract submitted for the relevant Panel Session).
  • A 100 word description of the panel theme (use the same theme for each abstract submitted for the relevant Panel Session).
  • 3 keywords that best relate to the abstract content.

Panel Sessions will have a total panel time of 60 minutes.

Post-Conference Publishing

Presentations (live and pre-recorded) will be made available to registered delegates for viewing in the 2021 ANZSOC Online Conference Portal following the conference unless you advise otherwise. Any additional files authors choose to share, as well as live Q & A/panel discussions will also be available to view during and after the presentation. Access to the Portal will be password protected and limited to conference registrants.

Copyright

If presentations are to be used or published in any other format or forum, your specific consent will be requested. Please ensure you have permission to use any images, music or content within your presentation. If you do not have copyright permission, your presentation will not be able to be used or published. Do not include any images copied from the internet.

Copyright Ownership

Consenting to have your presentation available in the portal or used in an alternative publication will not affect your ownership rights. The conference committee, or Conference Design will not acquire the ownership rights of your presentation should you agree for it to be included or used.

Will people be able to record or download my presentation?

During the registration process, delegates must acknowledge and agree to the virtual conference Terms & Conditions, which include strict rules around unauthorised photography and recording of convention material. While these measures can be taken, we cannot enforce this rule in an online environment. The assumption should be made that participants may indeed take unauthorised photographs, screenshots, audio, or video recordings, therefore you may wish to adjust the content of your presentation accordingly.

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