Proceedings of the 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference
Coventry, Garry, and Shircore, Mandy (2012) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference. Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference , 7 - 8 July 2011, Cairns, QLD, Australia .
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[Extract] Sponsorship and support for the 5th Annual ANZCCC was generously provided by the Cairns Institute and the School of Arts and Social Sciences at James Cook University. Our thanks go to these important 'arms' of the University for both their funding and staff time contributions to enable JCU to continue the successful hosting of the critical criminology conference, for the first time out of Sydney or Melbourne. We trust that JCU has set a precedent for other universities and organisations to host future annual conferences beyond our two major east coast cities.
The 2011 conference maintained the ANZ Critical Criminology branch's tradition of providing scholars, whether they were academics, practitioners or students, with opportunities to present and engage with critical criminological theoretical perspectives, research approaches and social/criminal justice system policies. It was a lively two days of interactive engagement for conference attendees. The warm winter tropical Australia weather was a bonus.
2011 conference proceedings are available online through The Sydney eScholarship Repository. To view the Table of Contents, paper abstracts and links to each refereed conference paper click here.
Also available are abstracts of the presentations given by the three keynote speakers at the conference: Professor James Austin, JFA Institute, Washington D.C., Professor Sharon Pickering, Monash University, Melbourne and Professor John Braithwaite, Australian National University, Canberra. The abstracts of these keynote addresses are included in the conference program.
Our thanks are extended to all paper contributors, those that refereed papers and provided comments and to Kylie Wilson for her efforts in bringing this collection of papers to its final closure for publication. Finally, we once again thank the contributions of the Cairns Institute and School of Arts and Social Sciences staff for ensuring a most successful conference. Also, we wish the University of Tasmania good fortune in its hosting of the 6th Annual Conference.
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