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Barnsdale, Lee, MacRae, Rhoda, McIvor, Gill, Brown, Alison, Eley, Susan, Malloch, Margaret, et al. (2006) Evaluation of the Airdrie Sheriff Youth Court Pilot. Scottish Executive, Social Research, Edinburgh.
Bessant, Judith, Emslie, Michael, & Watts, Rob (2012) In defence of Victoria's Children's Court : its value and role in the child protection system. Alternative Law Journal, 37(4), pp. 244-248.
Bond, Christine & Jeffries, Samantha (2009) Sentencing Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Women in Western Australia’s Higher Courts. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 99999(1), pp. 1-9.
Bond, Christine & Jeffries, Samantha (2012) Sentencing indigenous and non-indigenous women in Western Australia's higher courts : A summary of the main findings of a narrative study. In Coventry, Garry & Shircone, Mandy (Eds.) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, James Cook University, Cairns campus.
Bond, Christine & Jeffries, Samantha (2009) An examination of the sentencing remarks of Indigenous and non-Indigenous criminal defendants in South Australia’s Higher Courts. In Proceeding of The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2009, The Australian Sociological Association, Australian National University, Canberra.
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.
Carpenter, Belinda, Tait, Gordon, Stobbs, Nigel, & Barnes, Michael (2015) When coroners care too much: Therapeutic jurisprudence and suicide findings. Journal of Judicial Administration, 24(3), pp. 172-183.
Carrington, Kerry, Dwyer, Angela E., Hutchinson, Terry C., & Richards, Kelly (2012) Submission to the Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee - Youth Justice (Boot Camp Orders) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012. Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology.
Faraldo‐Cabana, Patricia (2014) Towards equalisation of the impact of the penal fine : why the wealth of the offender was taken into account. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3(1), pp. 3-15.
Jeffries, Samantha & Bond, Christine (2010) Discrimination or Differential Involvement? A Review of the Research Exploring the Impact of Indigenous Status on Sentencing. In The annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association 2010, 6-9 December, 2010, Macquarie University.
Jeffries, Samantha & Bond, Christine (2010) Narratives of mitigation : sentencing Indigenous criminal defendants in South Australia’s Higher Courts. Journal of Sociology, 46(3), pp. 219-237.
Lauchs, Mark A. (2010) Providing 'access to English' in Queensland Courts. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, 12(1&2), pp. 171-184.
Lauchs, Mark A. (2010) Rights versus reality : the difficulty of providing 'access to English' in Queensland courts. In 17th Annual National Conference, Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics, 15-17 June 2010, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
Lauchs, Mark Adam (2010) Rights versus reality : the difficulty of providing 'access to English' in Queensland Courts. School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane , Queensland.
Mackenzie, Geraldine Isabel, Spiranovic, Caroline, Warner, Kate, Stobbs, Nigel, Gelb, Karen, Indermaur, David, et al. (2012) Sentencing and public confidence : results from a national Australian survey on public opinions towards sentencing. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 45(1), pp. 45-65.
Mackenzie, Geraldine Isabel, Stobbs, Nigel, Ferguson, Claire, & Gelb, Karen (2014) Measuring the effects of small group deliberation on public attitudes towards sentencing : benefits and challenges. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25(3), pp. 745-761.
Pereira, Margaret & Scott, John (2011) Inequalities of crime. In Marmo, Marinella, de Lint, Willem, Palmer, Darren, , , & , (Eds.) Crime and Justice : A Guide to Criminology (4th ed.). Lawbook Co, Sydney Australia, pp. 327-357.
Popham, Frank, McIvor, Gill, Brown, Alison, Eley, Susan, Malloch, Margaret, Murray, Cathy, et al. (2005) Evaluation of the Hamilton Youth Court Pilot 2003-2005. Scottish Government, Edinburgh.
Quadrelli, Carol A. (1997) Women in prison : where are we going? Themis: The Journal for Justice Professionals, 2(2), pp. 15-22.
Richards, Kelly & Renshaw, Lauren (2013) Bail and remand for young people in Australia : a national research project. Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra, ACT.
Stobbs, Nigel, Kleinau, Lisa, & Kolstad, Shelley (2014) ‘Structuring’ judicial sentencing discretion : consistency, guidance or pandering to the punitive? Alternative Law Journal, 39(2), pp. 156-158.
Stobbs, Nigel, Mackenzie, Geraldine, & Gelb, Karen (2015) Sentencing and public confidence in Australia: The dynamics and foci of small group deliberations. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 48(2), pp. 219-237.
Tait, Gordon & Carpenter, Belinda (2013) Regulating bereavement : inquests, family pressure and the gate keeping of suicide statistics. Proceedings of the 2nd INternational Conference on Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 1, pp. 194-201.
Tait, Gordon, Carpenter, Belinda, & , (2015) Suicide, statistics and the coroner: A comparative study of death investigations. Journal of Sociology, 51(3), pp. 553-565.
Tait, Gordon & Carpenter, Belinda J. (2013) Suicide and the therapeutic coroner : inquests, governance and the grieving family. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2(3), pp. 92-104.