Latest Issue of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Available Now!

International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

The latest issue of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is now available. Volume 5, Number 2 is a Special Issue titled “Fighting Feminism: Organised Opposition to Women’s Rights” and features papers by international feminist scholars, including guest editior and CJRC member, Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz. To access the articles, click on the links below. Read more

Recently Published — “Harm reduction and the ethics of drug use: contemporary techniques of self-governance”

Dr Margaret Pereira and Professor John Scott from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, have co-authored an article recently published in the journal Health Sociology Review titled “Harm reduction and the ethics of drug use: contemporary techniques of self-governance.”

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Recently published: Domestic Violence on #qanda: The ‘‘Man’’ Question in Live Twitter Discussion on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Q&A

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Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law and Professor Jean Burgess, Director of the QUT Digital Media Research Centre and Professor of Digital Media in the Creative Industries Faculty recently published: Domestic Violence on #qanda: The ‘‘Man’’ Question in Live Twitter Discussion on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Q&A in volume 28.1 of The Canadian Journal of Women and the Law.

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Recently Published: Latest edition of ‘Current Issues in Criminal Justice’ Journal

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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.

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Recently Published – “Decision-making in a death investigation: Emotions, families and the coroner”

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CJRC Members Professor Belinda Carpenter and Dr Carol Quadrelli from the Faculty of Law, QUT, have recently co-authored an article with Associate Professor Gordon Tait (Faculty of Education, QUT) and Michael Barnes (Chief Coroner, NSW) titled “Decision-making in a death investigation: Emotions, families and the coroner”.

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Recently Published – “The commodification and exploitation of fresh water: Property, human rights and green criminology”

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PhD candidate from the School of Law, Hope Johnson, along with the CJRC’s Professor Reece Walter and Adjunct Professor Nigel South, have recently co-authored an article published in the International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice. Read more

Recently Published: “Who Leaves Suicide Notes? An Exploration of Victim Characteristics and Suicide Method of Completed Suicides in Queensland”

                                       Brisbane on December 04, 2012.Who Leaves Suicide Notes? An Exploration of Victim Characteristics and Suicide Method of Completed Suicides in Queensland

Professor Belinda Carpenter from the Crime and Justice Research Centre, along with co-authors Christine Bond (Griffith University), Gordon Tait (QUT), Moira Wilson and Kris White, have recently published an article in Archives of Suicide Research. Read more