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Conference Notice

Conference Notice 2 (1 QQ1\ :h A N7J Crim 9th Annual Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference SYDNEY 28 September - 1 October 1993 Call for Papers/Presentations Closing date: 12 April 1993* Keynote Speaker: David Garland University of Edinburgh Conference Theme: "Crime and Social Division" Conveners: C. Cunneen, J. Stubbs, Institute of Criminology, Sydney University The following focus areas have been establiShed: Politics, Crime and Justice Focussing on the issues of political intervention and the need to develop stronger links between academics and activists Juvenile Justice Examining the national perspective on changes in juvenile justice legislation and the move towards 'informalism' with family group conferences Class, Race and Gender A look at the inter-relationship between various forms of social division Ethics, Responsibility and Accountability Focussing on the issue of how criminal justice agencies are held responsible. both individually and collectively. for their actions Criminology and the Information Economy A look at the changes in the nature of power, the development of computer and communications technology and its effect on representations of crime, the responses of criminal justice and the nature of research Colonialism and CrimilUll Justic« An examination of the links between the administration of criminal justice and the forms of colonial and postcolonial power Culture, Crime and Criminal Justice Cultural representations of crime and criminal justice themes in film. television. sport, video and fiction PARTICIPANTS ARE INVITED TO NOMINATE PAPERS ETC. IN OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST Expressions of interest after this date may not be included in the programme. The Conveners, ANZ Society of Criminology Conference, cJ~ Institute or Criminology, Faculty of Law I University of Sydney, 173-175 Phillip Street. Sydney NSW 2000 Tel: (02) 225 9239 Fax: (02) 221 5635 Email: fionaw@sulaw.law.su.oz.au http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology SAGE

Conference Notice

Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology , Volume 26 (1): 1 – Mar 1, 1993

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
©The Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology and Authors, 1992
ISSN
0004-8658
eISSN
1837-9273
DOI
10.1177/000486589302600102
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Abstract

2 (1 QQ1\ :h A N7J Crim 9th Annual Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference SYDNEY 28 September - 1 October 1993 Call for Papers/Presentations Closing date: 12 April 1993* Keynote Speaker: David Garland University of Edinburgh Conference Theme: "Crime and Social Division" Conveners: C. Cunneen, J. Stubbs, Institute of Criminology, Sydney University The following focus areas have been establiShed: Politics, Crime and Justice Focussing on the issues of political intervention and the need to develop stronger links between academics and activists Juvenile Justice Examining the national perspective on changes in juvenile justice legislation and the move towards 'informalism' with family group conferences Class, Race and Gender A look at the inter-relationship between various forms of social division Ethics, Responsibility and Accountability Focussing on the issue of how criminal justice agencies are held responsible. both individually and collectively. for their actions Criminology and the Information Economy A look at the changes in the nature of power, the development of computer and communications technology and its effect on representations of crime, the responses of criminal justice and the nature of research Colonialism and CrimilUll Justic« An examination of the links between the administration of criminal justice and the forms of colonial and postcolonial power Culture, Crime and Criminal Justice Cultural representations of crime and criminal justice themes in film. television. sport, video and fiction PARTICIPANTS ARE INVITED TO NOMINATE PAPERS ETC. IN OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST Expressions of interest after this date may not be included in the programme. The Conveners, ANZ Society of Criminology Conference, cJ~ Institute or Criminology, Faculty of Law I University of Sydney, 173-175 Phillip Street. Sydney NSW 2000 Tel: (02) 225 9239 Fax: (02) 221 5635 Email: fionaw@sulaw.law.su.oz.au

Journal

Australian & New Zealand Journal of CriminologySAGE

Published: Mar 1, 1993

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