Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Current Issues in Criminal Justice is produced by the Institute of Criminology Press and is the major Australian journal on criminal justice. Contributors include academics, researchers and professionals, who provide expert analysis of the many aspects of criminal justice. The Journal covers national and international issues, and has subscribers from many different countries and disciplines.
The Journal features ‘Contemporary Comments’ which are at the cutting edge of the crime and justice debate, as well as reviews of recently released books.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Volume 25 Number 1, July 2013
Special Issue: Ethnography, Crime and Criminal Justice
Issue Editors: Dr Max Travers, Dr Judy Putt and Dr Deirdre Howard-Wagner
- Max Travers, Judy Putt and Deirdre Howard-Wagner, Special Issue on Ethnography, Crime and Criminal Justice
- David Brown, Vale Dr Sandra Egger
- Judy Putt, Community Studies Using Ethnographic Techniques: Still Relevant to Criminology?
- Julie van den Eynde and Arthur Veno, Participatory Action Research with High-Risk Groups: Best Practice for Researchers' Safety and Data Integrity
- Janet Chan, Ethnography as Practice: Is Validity an Issue?
- Jasmine Bruce, Understanding 'Back Stage' and 'Front Stage' Work in Restorative Justice Conferences: The Benefits of Using Ethnographic Techniques
- Helena Menih, Applying Ethical Principles in Researching a Vulnerable Population: Homeless Women in Brisbane
- David Calvey, Covert Ethnography in Criminology: A Submerged yet Creative Tradition
- Max Travers, The Uneasy Relationship between Criminology and Qualitative Research
- Sarah Ciftci, Courting Kids: Inside an Experimental Youth Court by Carla J Barrett
- David Dixon, Cops and Crooks: Hilarious Tales from the Beat by Tim Priest and Fair Cop by Christine Nixon