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The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference promotes critical and analytical perspectives on crime and justice. The Conference fosters dialogue beyond traditional boundaries of the discipline of criminology, with theoretically informed and politically committed criminologists engaging with current issues in crime and crime control. The Conference showcases ground-breaking research of internationally renowned and widely published critical criminologists from Australia and New Zealand.

The Institute of Criminology at the University of Sydney, in partnership with the School of Social Sciences at the University of Western Sydney, hosted the Conference in 2010. The 2010 Proceedings are edited by Associate Professor Gail Mason, University of Sydney; Dr Murray Lee, University of Sydney; and Dr Sanja Milivojevic, University of Western Sydney.

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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
17-May-2011ANZCCC Proceedings 2010 Table of ContentsSydney Institute of Criminology; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Force Selling: Policing and the Manufacture of Public Confidence?Lee, Murray; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Curiosity Killed the M-Cat: an Examination of Illicit Drugs and MediaLancaster, Kari; Hughes, Caitlin; Spicer, Bridget; Matthew-Simmons, Francis; Dillon, Paul; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011(Re)Gendering Violence: Men, Masculinities and ViolenceSeymour, Kate; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Social Networking Sites and Crime: Is Facebook more than just a Place to Procrastinate?Milivojevic, Sanja; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011‘This is Africa’: Filmic Negotiations of Crime, Justice and Global ResponsibilityDuncanson, Kirsty; McMillan, Nesam; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Tweeting the News: Criminal Justice Agencies and their Use of Social Networking SitesMcGovern, Alyce; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Refugee Women’s Experiences of Violence and Resilience: Early ExplorationsPulvirenti, Mariastella; Mason, Gail; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011The Integration of Victim Lawyers into the Adversarial Criminal TrialKirchengast, Tyrone; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Discourse of ‘Dysfunction’: Sentencing Narratives and the Construction of Indigenous OffendingJeffries, Samantha; Bond, Christine; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Securing Nightlife: Media Representations of Public and Private PolicingWadds, Phillip; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Felon Fights: Masculinity, Spectacle and SufferingTomsen, Stephen; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Organised Abuse and Testimonial LegitimacySalter, Michael; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011The Utopian Nightmare: Key Issues about Lesbian Domestic Violence according to Brisbane Domestic Violence ServicesHotten, Justine; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011‘Damaged Goods’: Riskiness and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Young People’s Interactions with PoliceDwyer, Angela; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Offences against the (Moral) Person: HIV Transmission Offences in AustraliaHoulihan, Annette; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Jeopardising Justice for What? Keeping Sentence Indications in VictoriaFlynn, Asher; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011The Subject in PerilDoyle, Kylie; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011The Law of the Ruler?Cowdery, Nicholas; Sydney Institute of Criminology
17-May-2011Made to Order: A Preliminary Review of Crime Risk Assessments in New South Wales, AustraliaClancey, Garner; Sydney Institute of Criminology
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