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Farrell, Ann, Danby, Susan J., Skoien, Petra V., & Quadrelli, Carol A. (2001) Women inmates' accounts of education in Queensland corrrections. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education, 6(1 & 2), pp. 47-61.
Quadrelli, Carol A. (1997) Women in prison : where are we going? Themis: The Journal for Justice Professionals, 2(2), pp. 15-22.
Quadrelli, Carol & Robertson-Stainsby, Debra (2013) Risky business : mapping ethical landscapes and negotiating governance tensions when researching female offending. In Richards, Kelly (Ed.) Crime, Justice and Social Democracy : Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology.
Carpenter, Belinda, Tait, Gordon, & Quadrelli, Carol (2013) Arguing the Autopsy : mutual suspicion, jurisdictional confusion and the socially marginal. In Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 10-18.
Danby, Susan J., Farrell, Ann, Skoien, Petra V., & Quadrelli, Carol A. (2000) Inmate women as participants in education in Queensland correctional centres. In Women in Corrections: Staff and Clients Conference, Australian Institute of Criminology, 31 October - 1 November 2000, Adelaide.
Quadrelli, Carol A. & Grevis-James, Nancy (2013) Cracking the code : a checklist to complement CRAs for first year Justice students. In 2012 QUT Learning & Teaching Grant Symposium, 7 November 2012, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
Taylor, Peter G., Lopez, Lucy, & Quadrelli, Carol A. (1996) Flexibility, Technology and Academics' Practices : Tantalising Tales and Muddy Maps. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, Australia.
Quadrelli, Carol A. (2003) Aberrance, agency and social constructions of women offenders. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.