Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 25 Number 3, March 2014
Current Issues in Criminal Justice Volume 25 Number 3, March 2014
Editors: Associate Professor Murray Lee and Associate Professor Arlie Loughnan
Institute of Criminology Press
ISSN: 1034-5329

Current Issues in Criminal Justice 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.


Are Judges Out of Touch? by Kate Warner, Julia Davis, Maggie Walter and Caroline Spiranovic

Measuring the Effects of Small Group Deliberation on Public Attitudes Towards Sentencing: Benefits and Challenges by Nigel Stobbs, Geraldine Mackenzie, Claire Ferguson and Karen Gelb

Punishing Proximity: Sentencing Preparatory Terrorism in Australia and the United Kingdom by Zoe Scanlon

Changes to Police Powers of Arrest in New South Wales by Vicki Sentas and Rebecca McMahon

The Neoliberal Penality Thesis in China: When Western Theory Meets Chinese Reality by Enshen Li

Legal Representation for Sexual Assault Victims: Possibilities for Law Reform? by Kerstin Braun

Contemporary Comment

The New South Wales Property Crime Decline by Garner Clancey and Rohan Lulham

Book Review

Non-Legality in International Law: Unruly Law reviewed by Pat O'Malley

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