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    • The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2010 Proceedings: Transitional Justice and Settler States 

      Balint, Jennifer; Evans, Julie (Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2011-05-17)
      Transitional justice has become the dominant international framework for redressing mass harm and historical injustices. However, transitional justice is commonly premised on the notion of a recent point of rupture or ...
    • Domestic Violence: A Research Agenda 

      Bartels, Lorana (Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2011-05-17)
      This paper presents a brief overview of emerging issues in domestic violence research. Specifically, it sets out a research agenda in the context of rural and remote communities; gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and ...
    • Observations about the History of Critical Criminology in Australia 

      Carrington, Kerry; Hogg, Russell (Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2011-05-17)
      This paper provides some schematic genealogical observations of a rich and varied field of scholarship in Australia loosely badged as critical criminology. Those working in the critical criminology tradition have been ...
    • Organised Crime: A Chaotic Notion 

      Beesley, Julie (Sydney Institute of Criminology, 2011-05-17)
      Borrowed theories and principles from the physical sciences have enabled social scientists and criminologists to analyse well-worn theories and data from a new perspective. One such theory is chaos theory, a subset of the ...