Deckert, Antje

The Palgrave Handbook of Australian and New Zealand Criminology, Crime and Justice

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Table of contents

Part I. The Crime and Justice Landscape

1. Fifty Years of Australian Criminology
Duncan Chappell

2. A Short History of New Zealand Criminology
James Rodgers, Philip Stenning

3. Public Sector Criminological Research
Russell G. Smith

4. The Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators
David Biles

5. Crime and Justice Data
Fiona Dowsley, Timothy C. Hart

6. Crime, News, and the Media
Judy McGregor

7. Law Reform Targeting Crime and Disorder
Lorana Bartels, Rick Sarre

Part II. Patterns of Crime

8. Mapping Common Crime
Jason L. Payne, Fiona Hutton

9. Violent Crime
Stuart Ross, Ken Polk

10. Commercial Armed Robbery
Emmeline Taylor

11. Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs
Mark Lauchs, Jarrod Gilbert

12. Samoan Youth Crime
Laumua Tunufa’i

13. Domestic Violence, Violence in Close Relationships, and Violence Against Women
Samantha Jeffries, Sharon Hayes

14. Sexual Violence and Harassment in the Digital Era
Anastasia Powell, Nicola Henry

15. Cybercrime in Australia
Roderic Broadhurst

16. Corporate and White Collar Crime
Fiona Haines

17. Corruption
Adam Graycar

18. Fraud Victimisation and Prevention
Tim Prenzler

19. Rural Crime
Elaine M. Barclay

20. Transnational Organised Crime, Border Policing, and Refugees
Michael Grewcock

Part III. State and Non-state Responses

21. A Gallipoli Trope on Australian Peacekeeping
John Braithwaite

22. Terrorism and Anti-terrorism Laws
Selda Dagistanli, Scott Poynting

23. New Zealand Penal Policy in the Twenty-first Century
John Pratt

24. Sentencing Theories, Practices, and Trends
James C. Oleson

25. Indigenous Sentencing Courts in Australia
Elena Marchetti

26. Restorative Justice
Masahiro Suzuki, William Wood

27. Emotion and Language in Restorative Youth Justice
Hennessey Hayes

28. Child Witnesses in the Criminal Courts
Kirsten Hanna, Emily Henderson

29. Children of Prisoners
Catherine Flynn, Anna Eriksson

30. Redress for Historical Institutional Abuse of Children
Kathleen Daly

31. Privatisation of Criminal Justice
Alice Mills

32. Third Sector Involvement in Criminal Justice
Janet Ransley, Lorraine Mazerolle

33. The Pluralisation of Policing
Trevor Bradley

34. Policing and Crime Policy
Andrew Goldsmith

35. The Police Complaints Process
John W. Buttle, Antje Deckert

Part IV. Crime and Justice Through Different Theoretical Lenses

36. Strain Theory and Crime
Li Eriksson, Lisa Broidy

37. Developmental and Life-Course Criminology
Paul Mazerolle, Tara Renae McGee

38. Left Realist Criminology
David Brown

39. Feminist Criminology
Kathryn Henne

40. Convict Criminology
Greg Newbold

41. Green Criminology
Rob White, Sarah Wright Monod

42. Narrative Criminology
Mark Halsey

43. Victims, Legal Consciousness, and Legal Mobilisation
Robyn L. Holder

Part V. Indigenous Perspectives on Crime and Justice

44. Indigenous Peoples and Criminal Justice in Australia
Chris Cunneen, Amanda Porter

45. Māori Experiences of Colonisation and Māori Criminology
Robert Webb

46. Colonial Law, Dominant Discourses, and Intergenerational Trauma
Rawiri Waretini-Karena

47. Rangatahi Courts
Khylee Quince

48. Māori and Prison
Tracey McIntosh, Kim Workman

49. Crime and Māori in the Media
Simone Bull

50. Doing Research With The Aboriginal Domain as a Non-indigenous Criminologist
Harry Blagg

51. Imagining an Indigenous Criminological Future
Juan Marcellus Tauri

Part VI. Crime Prevention Policies

52. Australian Gun Laws
Philip Alpers

53. Alcohol Policies
Joseph M. Boden

54. Developmental Prevention
Ross Homel, Kate Freiberg

55. Rehabilitation Programmes in Australian Prisons
Karen Heseltine, Andrew Day

56. Criminal Profiling
Geoff Dean, Sarah Yule

Keywords: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory, Human Rights and Crime, Ethnicity, Class, Gender and Crime, Crime and Society, Transnational Crime

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