Events

The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2012

Summary

Changing the Way We Think about Change: Shifting Boundaries, Changing Lives

Start Date

12th Jul 2012 8:30am

End Date

13th Jul 2012 5:00pm

Venue

Faculty of Arts, Sandy Bay campus

RSVP / Contact Information

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Changing the Way We Think about Change: Shifting Boundaries, Changing Lives

A two day conference for academics, practitioners, activists and students. The 2012 theme ˜Changing the Way We Think about Change: Shifting Boundaries, Changing Lives" encourages critical analysis of changing contexts, dynamic relations, innovative approaches, and emerging challenges in criminology and beyond.

The 2012 conference themes are as follows:
  • Contradictions, paradoxes and controversies
  • Global inequalities: people, places, politics
  • Green criminology in a climate of change
  • Institutions and culture: police, courts, probation, prisons
  • Ending offending: desistance and the process of change
  • Gaps, silences and forgotten minorities
  • What matters? What's important - and according to whom?
  • Advocacy, activism and resisting apathy
  • Over the horizon issues and emerging challenges
  • Thinking differently, innovation and research frontiers

Conference Convenor: Professor Rob White, School of Sociology & Social Work -  Email: R.D.White@utas.edu.au; Telephone: +61 3 6226 2877

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