The latest edition of the Australian criminology journal, ‘Current Issues in Criminal Justice’, has just been published and features an article co-authored by Ms Ashleigh Larkin, PhD candidate from the School of Justice at QUT and Associate Professor Angela Dwyer from the University of Tasmania.
The article is based on Ms Larkin’s PhD research which focuses on violence between young women and the use of social media websites as a tool to promote and view recorded footage of such violence. To find out more information about this research, or to participate in the survey, click here.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Latest Issue: Volume 27 Number 3, March 2016
- Criminalising Bribery in a Corporate World
- Fighting Like a Girl … or a Boy? An Analysis of Videos of Violence between Young Girls Posted on Online Fight Websites
Ashleigh Larkin and Angela Dwyer
- The ‘Focal Concerns’ of Parole Board Decision-Making: A Thematic Analysis
- Marginalisation, Managerialism and Wrongful Conviction in Australia
Joseph MacFarlane and Greg Stratton
- Child Sexual Abuse in Fiji: Authority, Risk Factors and Responses
John Whitehead and James Roffee
Paul Byrne SC Memorial Lecture
Keeping the Criminal Law in ‘Serviceable Condition’: A Task for the Courts or the Parliament?
Virginia Bell AC
- White-Collar Offenders and Desistance from Crime: Future Selves and the Constancy of Change by Ben Hunter
- Crime, Justice and Human Rights by Leanne Weber, Elaine Fishwick and Marinella Marmo