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AbstractPolice reform is high on the agenda of many societies, both developed and developing. In the early years of the 21st century, police reform in Britain became a central feature of the Labour Government's strategy on crime, and what followed was a reform agenda that by any measure could be...
AbstractHate crime is more than a legal category. It is also a moral category thatpromotes tolerance and respect over prejudice. In so doing, the concept of hatecrime makes a claim for social justice on behalf of those groups disadvantagedby racism, homophobia, anti-Semitism and so on. This...
AbstractChanges in scholarly influence in four major international journals of the English-speaking world (ANZ, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology; BJC, British Journal of Criminology; CJC, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice; CRIM, Criminology) were measured by...
AbstractThe possibility of racial bias in the criminal justice system is a recurring concern in Australia, as it is in other countries with high rates of minority overrepresentation in prison. In this country, however, very little research has been conducted on racial bias in sentencing. This...
AbstractCybercrime and Society, Majid Yar (2006) London, Sage Publications, 185 pp, ISBNs 101412907535, 101412907543, 139781412907538, 139781412907545.Crime Online, Yvonne Jewkes (Ed.) (2007) Cullompton, England, Willan Publishing, 189 pp, ISBN 13: 978-1-84392-197-4Virtually Criminal: Crime,...
AbstractThis article starts from the finding that (1) in spite of the numerous publications on restorative justice, relevant others have been a limited research topic and (2) when reference is made to relevant others, their presence is almost automatically assumed to be positive. However, the...
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