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This article details a moral panic in 1998–2000 about “ethnic gangs” in Sydney's south-western suburbs and analyses its ideological construction of the links between ethnicity, youth and crime. It documents the racisms of labelling and targeting of immigrant young people which misread,...
This article explores the relationship between criminology and penal policy. It draws attention to recent developments in penal law and practice that have caused concern to criminologists and discusses some of the reasons why criminological ideas and findings appear to have had less impact on...
One hundred and eight non-fatal self-harm incidents that occurred in the Western Australian prison system over a nine-month period were examined. Descriptive data pertaining to these incidents and the 91 prisoners who enacted them are presented. Self-report data pertaining to motives for...
The study consisted of two cross-sectional surveys, conducted with a) community based juveniles and adults under suspicion of having committed an offence (n = 90) and b) adults remanded in custody in Perth prisons (n = 76). The focus of this paper is on describing the drug use and criminal...
An error was made in a selection of references in an article published in Issue 2 of Volume 33, 2000. The publisher and editor wish to apologise to the author, Adrian Howe, for this error. Below is the correct list of references.
The stolen art market is a large and highly profitable illegitimate industry. Despite the costs of art theft to the art industry and to society as a whole, little research has been conducted in this field. The present study gathered information about the prevalence, frequency and characteristics...
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