The Crime and Justice Research Centre has been well-represented by Centre members and postgraduate students at this year’s annual ANZSOC conference in Adelaide, hosted by Flinders University.
The main conference kicked off yesterday with a keynote presentation by the CJRC’s Professor Kerry Carrington discussing Southern Criminology and Global Justice.
Other CJRC member presentations include:
- Dr Claire Ferguson – “Collision or collusion? An analysis of homicides staged as car accidents.”
- Dr Kelly Richards – “‘A noose would be a whole lot cheaper’: public support for circles of support and accountability in Australia.”
- Dr Cassandra Cross – “The ACA effect: the role of current affairs programs in creating unrealistic victim understandings and responses to online fraud.”
- Associate Professor Mark Lauchs – “Testing the sliding scale of police deviance.”
Postgraduate students who presented at the postgraduate day and the main conference include:
- Brodie Evans – “Constructions of animal cruelty and the production of power in australian public discourse: a study of the live export debate.”
- Elizabeth Rowe – “Investigating asylum seekers decision-making processes and their journey.”
- Antonia Randles – “Policing a vulnerable population: an experience of ineffective communication”