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2 CONTENTS WELCOME AND THANKS 1 OVERVIEW OF PROGRAM 2 GARDENS POINT CAMPUS MAP 4 DETAILED PROGRAM 5 PAPER ABSTRACTS SOZZO, Maximo: Keynote address Politics and Punishment: Visions from the Global South 15 WALKLATE, Sandra: Keynote address The Metamorphosis of Victimology? From Crime to Culture and the Implications for 16 Justice AFANDI, Fachrizal The Indonesian Prosecution Service Reform and Its Challenges: Toward a Transparent and Accountable Prosecution System ALVAREZ, Maria Fernanda Criminal Law and Violence against Women: A Critical Perspective 17 ANTILLANO, Andrés To Include and Punish: Penalty and Government of the Poor in Post neoliberal Venezuela BALL, Matthew The Prison of Love and Its Queer Discontents: On the Value of Paranoid and Reparative Readings in Queer Criminological Scholarship BEDFORD, Laura Police Reform and Change: A Case Study of the Role of Randomised Controlled Trials in Organisational Learning BERENTS, Helen So called Criminals and Invaders : The Urban Periphery, the Internally Displaced, and Social Exclusion in Colombia BESSANT, Judith Activists, Criminals and Terrorists: Liberal States and Criminalising Digital Dissent 20 CARLTON, Bree An Agenda for Change? Reconfigurations of Women s Prison Reform and Abolitionist Resistance in Victoria, Australia CANNING, Victoria Asylum, Gender and State Power: Harm and Structural Violence in the British Asylum System CAO, Liqun Differentiating Confidence in the Police, Trust in the Police, and Satisfaction with the Police CARPENTER, Belinda, TAIT, Gordon, QUADRELLI, Carol, NAYLOR, Charles Expert Testimony in a Death Investigation: Medical Opinion as Legal Fact i

3 CARRINGTON, Kerry Islamisation of Criminal Justice and Revival of Zina Offences: This is a Transnational Feminist Issue CLAUDIO, Fernanda, VAN DOOREN, Kate, YOUNG, Jesse, LENNOX, Nick Marginalising the Marginalised: How Researchers Have Contributed to the Disabling of Prisoners with Intellectual Disability CLEARY, Julian For Too Long Policies Have Been Designed by People Who Are Not Living in Our Reality : Youth Justice, Indigenous led Responses and the International Legal Framework COOMBER, Ross Situating the Social Supply of Recreational Drugs in the UK A Mix of Reasoned and Muddled Thinking: Sentencing Thresholds CROSS, Cassandra Policing Online Fraud in Australia: The Emergence of a Victim oriented Approach 24 CROWE, Kate Risk, Security and Rights of Young People in Secure Welfare Services in Victoria, Australia DE LINT, Willem Blended Ordering in South Australia's Justice Sector 25 DEAGON, Alex Sovereignty, Surveillance and Speeding: Considering the Panopticon as a Method of Policing DEATH, Jodi Recognising the I in Justice: Political Subjects, Public Inquiry and Child Sexual Abuse in Christian Institutions DEKESEREDY, Walter S Pornography and Violence against Women: The Contribution of Male Peer Support 26 DI LIETO, Giovanni International Law Issues of Justice at Work for Migrants 27 DONNERMEYER, Joseph Thinking Critically about a New Criminology of Crime and Place 27 DRAGIEWICZ, Molly, GURD, Amy Domestic Violence Education in Australia: Recommendations and Realities 28 DURFEE, Alesha, GOODMARK, Leigh Re envisioning Protective Orders for Domestic Violence 28 DURNIAN,Lisa Guilty, Your Honour : An Historical Investigation of the Guilty Plea Phenomenon 29 DWYER, Angela, ASQUITH, Nicole Underneath the Radar: LGBTIQ Young People in Criminal Justice Institutions 29 DWYER, Angela, BALL, Matthew, BOND, Christine, LEE, Murray, CROFTS, Thomas LGBTI Police Liaison Officers and Reporting Crime: Key Issues to Consider 30 EVANS, Karen Responding to Gender within Criminology and Criminal Justice Dreaming the Impossible Dream? FARALDO CABANA, Patricia On Fines: Rusche and Kirchheimer Revisited 31 FERGUSON, Claire, MALOUFF, John Assessing Police Classifications of Sexual Assault Reports: A Meta analysis of False Reporting Rates FILEBORN, Bianca, BARRETT, Catherine Putting the Sexual Assault of Older Women on the Justice Map ii

4 FITZ GIBBON, Kate Life Sentences in Australia: Current Practices and Future Needs for Reform from a Human Rights Perspective FLORES, Janeth Hernández The Gender Perspective and Human Rights Education as Criminal Policy against Femicide and Gender based Violence in Mexico FONSECA, David S Punishment and Democracy in Brazil: Mass Incarceration in Times of Social Inclusion FRIEDRICHS, David O, SALAMA, Olivia Transcending Criminological Parochialism: Critical New Directions on Crimes of States and Crimes of Globalisation GURD, Amy The Rurality of Commercial Sex: An Examination of the Restrictiveness of Queensland Legislation Regarding Legalised Sex Work in Rural Areas HAINES, Fiona Realising Justice for Corporate Crime? Exploring the Impact of Non judicial Mechanisms of Redress for Human Rights Abuse by International Business Enterprises HALL SANCHEZ, Amanda When Rural Men s Work Disappears: Implications for Rural Women Experiencing Abuse in Intimate Relationships HARKNESS, Alistair Farm Crime and Policing Strategies: Lessons from Victoria, Australia 36 HARRIS, Bridget Legitimate Spaces: Community Legal Centres and Police Accountability 36 HASSAN, Nazirah, KENDRICK, Andrew An Exploration of Institutional Social Culture and its Impact on Aggressive Behaviour among Incarcerated Young Offenders: A Mixed method Study HAYES, Sharon, MURPHY, Clare Enabling Coercive Control: The Role of the Criminal Justice System in Domestic and Family Violence Matters HOGG, Russell, QUILTER, Julia, MCNAMARA, Luke Panel: Criminalisation and Criminal Law Theory 38 HUGHES, Nathan Criminalising Neurodisability : The Collective Failure of the Justice System to Recognise and Respond to Childhood Neurodevelopmental Impairment HUTCHINSON, Terry Revisiting the Parent's Role in Youth Justice 39 JEFFERSON, Tony Becoming Racist: Othering, Prejudice and Hate motivated Violence 40 KEEN, Caroline Policing the Internet to Protect Children? An Analysis of Constructions of Childhood, Child Sexuality and Online Risks to Children in the Australian Filtering Debate KINGSTON, Sarah Women Who Pay for Sexual Services in the UK: A Findings Paper 41 KIRCHENGAST, Tyrone Victim Rights and the Right to Review 41 KUMAR, Navin Career Advancement in Sex Work 41 LARKIN, Ashleigh New Lads or Ladettes? A Critique of Current Theoretical Explanations for Young Women s Violence Proliferated over Social Media iii

5 LATTAS, Judy Frontiers of Exception: Notorious and the Extraordinary Case of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs in Contemporary Australia LAUCHS, Mark Why Here and Why Now? The Policy Issue Attention Cycle and the Rise of Bikie Laws in Australia LE, Tien Hoang. TRINH, Thanh Van Self help Groups for Human Trafficking Victims in Vietnam: An Innovative Program Model LEE, Murray, CROFTS, Thomas Sexting: Understanding Young People s Motivations 43 LONEY HOWES, Rachel Reimagining the Framework of Real Justice through Online Anti rape Activism 44 LYNCH, Nessa The Collection and Retention of DNA from Suspects in New Zealand and Australian Jurisdictions MCCULLOCH, Jude Pre Crime: War on the Future 45 MANDI III, Jose G Web Content of the Cordillera Administrative Region and its Effect to the Philippine Digital Strategy, MARCUS, Anthony Sex Trafficking and Racialised Carceral Individualism in the US 46 MAXWELL, Maureen Realising Resilience: Preventing Child Imprisonment 46 MILLER, Stephanie Use of GPS Tracking Devices on Involuntary Forensic Mental Health Patients in Queensland, Australia O SULLIVAN, Carmel Prosecuting the Obedient Soldier: Should Impacts of Military Training and Combat Environments be Considered When Implementing Court Legal Standards? PAPAZIAN, Natasha Intimate Partner Violence within the Transgender Community: Perceptions of Service Provision in Queensland, Australia PAYER, Hannah, TAYLOR, Andrew Closing the Justice Gap? Researching Demographic Impacts from the Incarceration of Indigenous People in Australia s Northern Territory PRATT, John Sex Offenders, Risk and the Rise of the Security Sanction 49 QUINCE, Khylee I m Sorry I Can t Hear You: Western Legal Accountability and Maori Typologies of Remorse QUIRÓS, Diego Zysman Democracy, Punishment, Global trends and Transitional Justice in Argentina 50 RAWLINSON, Paddy Profits, Prevention and a Little Prick: Medical Colonialism and the Hidden Violence of the HPV Vaccination Programme RAYCHAUDHURI, Tilottama India s Sexual Harassment Law: Rendering Tokenism? 51 RICHARDS, Kelly Turning Over a New Leaf? Offender Accountability in Contemporary Penality 51 ROBERTS, Donna, CHAMBERLAIN, Peter, DELFABBRO, Paul How is Parental Responsibility Determined in the Context of Domestic Violence? iv

6 SALTER, Michael The Dick Pic 52 SARRE, Rick Metadata Retention in Australia and the Privacy Imperative 53 SELMAN, Donna Free the Weed? : Legalised Marijuana, Capitalism and Social Inequality 53 SCOTT, John Drug Supply and Social Capital 53 SIMON, Denis Empowering People Community Based Policing in Afghanistan 54 SPIVAKOVSKY, Claire Making Risk and Dangerousness Intelligible in Intellectual Disability 54 SULTANA, Habiba Sex Worker Activism, Feminist Discourse and HIV in Bangladesh 55 THOMAS, Mark Can an Ecdysiast Fag Speak the Voice of Transgender? Phoenix (Un)Rising and the 55 Assumptions in Re Kevin Revisited THOMAS, Natalie Democratising Drug Policy? Considering the Policy Role of the Non government 56 Sector in the Australian Alcohol and Other Drugs Field TOOLE, Kellie The Power to Prosecute Independence and Interdependence 56 TROSHYNSKI, Emily I Understanding the Civil Protection Order Process: Barriers Impacting Women s Access to Justice TUBEX, Hilde, NAYLOR, Bronwyn Challenges of Contemporary Prison Research 57 TYSON, Danielle, KIRKWOOD, Debbie, MCKENZIE, Mandy The Impact of Feminist Law Reforms: An Examination of Intimate Partner Homicide Cases Post Legislative Reform in Victoria, Australia VAN DE VEN, Katinka The War on Doping : The Illicit Steroid Market and the Diverging Policies of Belgium and the Netherlands VITIS, Laura Internalising Risk Management: Victorian Case Study on the Impacts of Sex Offender Registration on Young Adults Convicted After Sexting VITIS, Laura, GILMOUR, Fairleigh Dick Pics on Blast: Women s Resistance to Online Sexual Harassment Using Humour, Art and Instagram WATTS, Rob Rendering the Invisible, Visible : On Criminology, Blind Spots and Crimes of the State WEBER, Leanne Rethinking Border Control for a Globalising World v

7 Welcome and thanks On behalf of the conference organising committee and the Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), I welcome you to Brisbane and the 3rd Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference. The conference was established in 2011 due to a desire to internationalise and democratise criminology by bringing together international scholars and researchers to discuss a range of significant criminological and social justice issues. The aim of this conference is to reinvigorate the intellectual and policy debates about the link between social justice, social democracy and the reduction of harm, crime and victimisation through innovative justice responses and the building of more socially just and inclusive societies. The sheer range and depth of the keynote addresses, panel presentations and papers that has been assembled for this conference, has made the task of organising the conference a challenging but worthwhile one. Perhaps most importantly, this year we welcome scholars from an even greater diversity of geographical locations including Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America than ever before. This is a testament to the need to examine and address criminal and social justice issues in their global context. The conference committee, Professor Kerry Carrington, Professor John Scott, Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz, Dr Helen Berents, Kirsty Paynter, Alison Imber, Courtney Fletcher and Robyn Johnston provided superb strategic and administrative support and deserve a special thank you, as do Jess Rodgers and Alison McIntosh for their assistance with various aspects of the conference organisation. Thanks also to QUT Events staff Alana Hankey and Laurel Koh for their wonderful behind the scenes help, and to colleagues within the School of Justice for their support and assistance in the lead up to this year s conference. We would also like to acknowledge the generous support we received from the Executive Dean Professor John Humphrey, Faculty of Law, QUT. We greatly appreciate the support of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (especially the Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher sub committee) in selecting and funding five fantastic postgraduate students from outside the greater Brisbane region to attend the postgraduate day and the main conference. We congratulate the successful students and are sure they will gain much knowledge and many invaluable networks as a result of their participation. Finally we also warmly welcome the four South American scholars who were awarded scholarships to attend the conference. Once again, welcome to Brisbane, QUT and to the conference, and we encourage you to take time to see as much of our beautiful city as possible during your stay. Dr Kelly Richards Conference Convenor School of Justice, QUT 1

8 Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 3rd International Conference, QUT, Brisbane 9 10 July 2015 Overview of Program Thursday 9 July 2015 S Block QUT, Gardens Point campus Welcome to Country Welcome to Conference Keynote Presentation by Professor Maximo Sozzo Morning Tea Parallel Paper Session 1 Lunch (not provided) QUT Food Court Concurrent Panels Time 9.00am 9.15am 9.15am 10.15am 10.15am 10.30am 10.30am 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.45pm 12.45pm 2.00pm Panel 1 A Presenters: Green Criminology Nigel South Avi Brisman Rob White Reece Walters (Chair) Panel 1 B Presenters: Indigenous Justice Chris Cunneen Jill Guthrie Amanda Porter James Morton (Chair) Parallel Paper Session 2 Afternoon Tea 2.00pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 3.45pm Reflections Panel Day 1 Southern Criminology and Global Justice 5.15pm 6.15pm Presenters: Belinda Carpenter Kerry Carrington Willem De Lint Russell Hogg Murray Lee James Morton Darren Palmer John Scott Reece Walters Rob White Sandra Walklate (Chair) Conference Dinner Short Walk to The Shore Restaurant, South Bank 6.3pm 10.30pm 2

9 Friday 10 July 2015 S Block QUT, Gardens Point Keynote Presentation by Professor Sandra Walklate Morning Tea Parallel Paper Session 4 Lunch (not provided) QUT Food Court Time 9.00am 10.00am 10.00am 10.30am 10.30am 12.00pm 12.00pm 12.45pm Concurrent Panels Panel 2 A: Panel 2 B: Parallel Paper Session 5 Afternoon Tea Sex, Gender and Justice Nancy Wonders Loraine Gelsthorpe Joanne Belknap Kerry Carrington (Chair) Justice, Society and Punishment Patricia Faraldo Cabana Barry Goldson Elliott Currie Judith Bessant (Chair) 12.45pm 2.00 pm 2.00pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 3.45pm Reflections Panel Day 2 International Speakers Q & A 3.45pm 5.30 pm International Speakers Joanne Belknap Avi Brisman Patricia Faraldo Cabana Liqun Cao Elliott Currie Mona Danner Joseph Donnermeyer Tony Jefferson Barry Goldson Walter DeKeseredy Loraine Gelsthorpe Scott Poynting Nigel South Maximo Sozzo Sandra Walklate Nancy Wonders Ange Dwyer (Compere) 3

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11 Detailed Program with Parallel Sessions Thursday 9 July 2015 S Block QUT, Gardens Point Time Room Welcome to Country Welcome to Conference Keynote Presentation by Professor Maximo Sozzo 9.00am 9.15am 9.15am 10.15am S403 Morning Tea 10.15am 10.30am Foyer Parallel Paper Session am 12.00pm PPS1.1 Politics and practice of responding to offenders S403 Chair: Maximo Sozzo John Pratt Sex Offenders, Risk and the Rise of the Security Sanction Willem De Lint Blended Ordering in South Australia's Justice Sector Kate Fitz Gibbon Life Sentences in Australia: Current Practices and Future Needs for Reform from a Human Rights Perspective PPS1.2 Current issues in addressing intimate partner violence S410 Chair: Loraine Gelsthorpe Amanda Hall Sanchez When Rural Men s Work Disappears: Implications for Rural Women Experiencing Abuse in Intimate Relationships Molly Dragiewicz, Amy Gurd Domestic Violence Education in Australia: Recommendations and Realities Walter DeKeseredy Pornography and Violence against Women: The Contribution of Male Peer Support Danielle Tyson, Debbie Kirkwood, Mandy McKenzie The Impact of Feminist Law Reforms: An Examination of Intimate Partner Homicide Cases Post Legislative Reform in Victoria, Australia PPS1.3 Current issues in Indigenous justice S305 Chair: Chris Cunneen Hannah Payer, Andrew Taylor Closing the Justice Gap? Researching Demographic Impacts from the Incarceration of Indigenous People in Australia s Northern Territory Khylee Quince I m Sorry I Can t Hear You: Western Legal Accountability and Maori Typologies of Remorse Julian Cleary, Roxanne Moore For Too Long Policies Have Been Designed by People Who Are Not Living in Our Reality : Youth Justice, Indigenous led Responses and the International Legal Framework 5

12 Parallel Paper Session 1 (continued) 10.30am 12.00pm PPS1.4 Challenging disciplinary boundaries: New criminological frontiers S307 Chair: Jianhong Liu Alex Deagon Sovereignty, Surveillance and Speeding: Considering the Panopticon as a Method of Policing Jude McCulloch Pre Crime: War on the Future Judith Bessant Activists, Criminals and Terrorists: Liberal States and Criminalising Digital Dissent Joseph Donnermeyer Thinking Critically about a New Criminology of Crime and Place PPS1.5 Historical perspectives on crime and punishment S308 Chair: Russell Hogg Patricia Faraldo Cabana On Fines: Rusche and Kirchheimer Revisited Bree Carlton An Agenda for Change? Reconfigurations of Women s Prison Reform and Abolitionist Resistance in Victoria, Australia Lisa Durnian Guilty, Your Honour : An Historical Investigation of the Guilty Plea Phenomenon Lunch (not provided) QUT Food Court 12.00pm 12.45pm Concurrent Panels 12.45pm 2.00pm Panel 1 A Green Criminology S403 Presenters: Nigel South Avi Brisman Rob White Reece Walters (Chair) Panel 1 B Indigenous Justice S410 Presenters: Chris Cunneen Jill Guthrie Amanda Porter James Morton (Chair) 6

13 Parallel Paper Session pm 3.30pm PPS2.1 Transnational human rights S403 Chair: Nancy Wonders Janeth Hernández Flores The Gender Perspective and Human Rights Education as Criminal Policy against Femicide and Gender based Violence in Mexico Kerry Carrington Islamisation of Criminal Justice and Revival of Zina Offences: This is a Transnational Feminist Issue David Friedrichs, Olivia Salama Transcending Criminological Parochialism: Critical New Directions on Crimes of States and Crimes of Globalisation Diego Zysman Quiros Democracy, Punishment, Global trends and Transitional Justice in Argentina PPS2.2 Gender, sexuality, harm S410 Chair: Joanne Belknap Maria Fernanda Alvarez Criminal Law and Violence against Women: A Critical Perspective Tony Jefferson Becoming Racist: Othering, Prejudice and Hate motivated Violence Angela Dwyer, Nicole Asquith Paddy Rawlinson Underneath the Radar: LGBTIQ Young People in Criminal Justice Institutions Profits, Prevention and a Little Prick: Medical Colonialism and the Hidden Violence of the HPV Vaccination Programme PPS2.3 Sexual assault and harassment S305 Chair: Walter DeKeseredy Bianca Fileborn, Catherine Barrett Putting the Sexual Assault of Older Women on the Justice Map Tilottama Raychaudhuri India s Sexual Harassment Law: Rendering Tokenism? Rachel Loney Howes Reimagining the Framework of Real Justice through Online Anti rape Activism Laura Vitis, Fairleigh Gilmour Dick Pics on Blast: Women s Resistance to Online Sexual Harassment Using Humour, Art and Instagram 7

14 Parallel Paper Session 2 (continued) 2.00pm 3.30pm PPS2.4 Criminal justice system responses to people with disabilities S307 Chair: Victor Minichiello Claire Spivakovsky Making Risk and Dangerousness Intelligible in Intellectual Disability Nathan Hughes Criminalising Neurodisability : The Collective Failure of the Justice System to Recognise and Respond to Childhood Neurodevelopmental Impairment Stephanie Miller Use of GPS Tracking Devices on Involuntary Forensic Mental Health Patients in Queensland, Australia Fernanda Claudio, Kate van Dooren, Jesse Young, Nick Lennox Marginalising the Marginalised: How Researchers Have Contributed to the Dis abling of Prisoners with Intellectual Disability PPS2.5 Policing and prosecution: Reform and accountability S308 Chair: Willem De Lint Fachirzal Afandi The Indonesian Prosecution Service Reform and Its Challenges: Toward a Transparent and Accountable Prosecution System Laura Bedford Police Reform and Change: A Case Study of the Role of Randomised Controlled Trials in Organisational Learning Kellie Toole The Power to Prosecute Independence and Interdependence Bridget Harris Legitimate Spaces: Community Legal Centres and Police Accountability Afternoon Tea 3.30pm 3.45pm Foyer Parallel Paper Session pm 5.15pm PPS3.1 Corporate crimes and new technologies S403 Chair: Liqun Cao Rob Watts Rendering the Visible, Invisible : On Criminology, Blind Spots and Crimes of the State Fiona Haines Realising Justice for Corporate Crime? Exploring the Impact of Non judicial Mechanisms of Redress for Human Rights Abuse by International Business Enterprises Jose Mandi III Web Content of the Cordillera Administrative Region and its Effect to the Philippine Digital Strategy, Rick Sarre Metadata Retention in Australia and the Privacy Imperative 8

15 Parallel Paper Session 3 (continued) 3.45pm 5.15pm PPS3.2 Responding to domestic violence: Contemporary challenges S410 Chair: Mona Danner Alesha Durfee, Leigh Goodmark Donna Roberts, Peter Chamberlain, Paul Delfabbro Sharon Hayes, Clare Murphy Re envisioning Protective Orders for Domestic Violence How is Parental Responsibility Determined in the Context of Domestic Violence? Enabling Coercive Control: The Role of the Criminal Justice System in Domestic and Family Violence Matters Emily Troshynski Understanding the Civil Protection Order Process: Barriers Impacting Women s Access to Justice PPS3.3 Critical victimology S305 Chair: Tony Jefferson Tyrone Kirchengast Victim Rights and the Right to Review Michael Salter The Dick Pic Jodi Death Recognising the I in Justice: Political Subjects, Public Inquiry and Child Sexual Abuse in Christian Institutions Tien Hoang Le, Thanh Van Trinh Self help Groups for Human Trafficking Victims in Vietnam: An Innovative Program Model PPS3.4 Inequality, punishment and social exclusion in Latin America S307 Chair: Kerry Carrington David Fonseca Punishment and Democracy in Brazil: Mass Incarceration in Times of Social Inclusion Helen Berents So called Criminals and Invaders : The Urban Periphery, the Internally Displaced, and Social Exclusion in Colombia Andrés Antillano To Include and Punish: Penalty and Government of the Poor in Post neoliberal Venezuela PPS3.5 Policing diverse people and places S308 Chair: Joseph Donnermeyer Alistair Harkness Farm Crime and Policing Strategies: Lessons from Victoria, Australia Denis Simon Empowering People Community Based Policing in Afghanistan Angela Dwyer, Matt Ball, Christine Bond, Murray Lee, Thomas Crofts LGBTI Police Liaison Officers and Reporting Crime: Key Issues to Consider Cassandra Cross Policing Online Fraud in Australia: The Emergence of a Victim oriented Approach 9

16 Reflections Panel Day 1 Southern Criminology and Global Justice 5.15pm 6.15pm S403 Presenters: Belinda Carpenter Kerry Carrington Willem De Lint Russell Hogg Murray Lee James Morton Darren Palmer John Scott Reece Walters Rob White Chair: Sandra Walklate Conference Dinner Short Walk to The Shore Restaurant, South Bank 6.30pm 10.30pm The Shore Restaurant South Bank, Brisbane (07)

17 Friday 10 July 2015 S Block QUT, Gardens Point Time Room Keynote Presentation by Professor Sandra Walklate 9.00am 10.00am S403 Morning Tea 10.00am 10.30am Foyer Parallel Paper Session am 12.00pm PPS4.1 Criminalisation and criminal law theory PANEL S403 Chair: Elliott Currie Russell Hogg The Criminalisation Problem Julia Quilter Towards a New Theory of Criminalisation Luke McNamara Criminalisation and Consorting Laws PPS4.2 Sex work: Contemporary issues S410 Chair: Sharon Hayes Navin Kumar Career Advancement in Sex Work Habiba Sultana Sex Worker Activism, Feminist Discourse and HIV in Bangladesh Sarah Kingston Women Who Pay for Sexual Services in the UK: A Findings Paper Amy Gurd The Rurality of Commercial Sex: An Examination of the Restrictiveness of Queensland Legislation Regarding Legalised Sex Work in Rural Areas PPS4.3 Policy responses to organised crime S305 Chair: Donna Selman Natalie Thomas Democratising Drug Policy? Considering the Policy Role of the Non government Sector in the Australian Alcohol and Other Drugs Field Katinka Van de Ven The War on Doping : The Illicit Steroid Market and the Diverging Policies of Belgium and the Netherlands Judy Lattas Frontiers of Exception: Notorious and the Extraordinary Case of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs in Contemporary Australia Mark Lauchs Why Here and Why Now? The Policy Issue Attention Cycle and the Rise of Bikie Laws in Australia 11

18 Parallel Paper Session 4 (continued) 10.30am 12.00pm PPS4.4 Young people and the criminal justice system S307 Chair: Rob White Terry Hutchinson Revisiting the Parent's Role in Youth Justice Maureen Maxwell Realising Resilience: Preventing Child Imprisonment Nazirah Hassan, Andrew Kendrick An Exploration of Institutional Social Culture and its Impact on Aggressive Behaviour among Incarcerated Young Offenders: A Mixed method Study Kate Crowe Risk, Security and Rights of Young People in Secure Welfare Services in Victoria, Australia PPS4.5 Contemporary challenges in legal processes S308 Chair: Kate Fitz Gibbon Nessa Lynch The Collection and Retention of DNA from Suspects in New Zealand and Australian Jurisdictions Claire Ferguson, John Malouff Belinda Carpenter, Gordon Tait, Carol Quadrelli, Charles Naylor Carmel O'Sullivan Assessing Police Classifications of Sexual Assault Reports: A Meta analysis of False Reporting Rates Expert Testimony in a Death Investigation: Medical Opinion as Legal Fact Prosecuting the Obedient Soldier: Should Impacts of Military Training and Combat Environments be Considered When Implementing Court Legal Standards? Lunch (not provided) QUT Food Court 12.00pm 12.45pm Concurrent Panels 12.45pm 2.00 pm Concurrent Panel 2A: Sex, Gender and Justice S403 Nancy Wonders Loraine Gelsthorpe Joanne Belknap Kerry Carrington (Chair) Concurrent Panel 2B: Justice, Society and Punishment S410 Patricia Faraldo Cabana Barry Goldson Elliott Currie Judith Bessant (Chair) 12

19 Parallel Paper Session pm 3.30pm PPS5.1 Illicit drugs: Research and responses S403 Chair: Nigel South Ross Coomber John Scott Drug Supply and Social Capital Situating the Social Supply of Recreational Drugs in the UK A Mix of Reasoned and Muddled Thinking: Sentencing Thresholds Donna Selman Free the Weed? : Legalised Marijuana, Capitalism and Social Inequality PPS5.2 Young people, sex and gender, and new technologies S410 Chair: Scott Poynting Ashleigh Larkin Caroline Keen New Lads or Ladettes? A Critique of Current Theoretical Explanations for Young Women s Violence Proliferated over Social Media Policing the Internet to Protect Children? An Analysis of Constructions of Childhood, Child Sexuality and Online Risks to Children in the Australian Filtering Debate. Murray Lee, Thomas Crofts Sexting: Understanding Young People s Motivations Laura Vitis Internalising Risk Management: Victorian Case Study on the Impacts of Sex Offender Registration on Young Adults Convicted After Sexting PPS5.3 Theorising sexuality and gender in criminology S305 Chair: Murray Lee Matthew Ball The Prison of Love and Its Queer Discontents: On the Value of Paranoid and Reparative Readings in Queer Criminological Scholarship Karen Evans Responding to Gender within Criminology and Criminal Justice Dreaming the Impossible Dream? Mark Thomas Natasha Papazian Can an Ecdysiast Fag Speak the Voice of Transgender? Phoenix (Un)Rising and the Assumptions in Re Kevin Revisited Intimate Partner Violence within the Transgender Community: Perceptions of Service Provision in Queensland, Australia PPS5.4 Crossing borders S307 Chair: Belinda Carpenter Giovani Di Lieto International Law Issues of Justice at Work for Migrants Victoria Canning Asylum, Gender and State Power: Harm and Structural Violence in the British Asylum System Leanne Weber Rethinking Border Control for a Globalising World Anthony Marcus Sex Trafficking and Racialised Carceral Individualism in the US 13

20 Parallel Paper Session 5 (continued) 2.00pm 3.30pm PPS5.5 Critical perspectives on policing and punishment S308 Chair: Russell Hogg Kelly Richards Turning Over a New Leaf? Offender Accountability in Contemporary Penality Liqun Cao Differentiating Confidence in the Police, Trust in the Police, and Satisfaction with the Police Hilde Tubex Challenges of Contemporary Prison Research Afternoon Tea 3.30pm 3.45pm Foyer Reflections Panel Day 2 International Speakers Q & A session 3.45pm 5.30 pm S403 International Speakers Joanne Belknap Avi Brisman Patricia Faraldo Cabana Liqun Cao Elliott Currie Mona Danner Walter DeKeseredy Joseph Donnermeyer Tony Jefferson Barry Goldson Loraine Gelsthorpe Scott Poynting Nigel South Maximo Sozzo Sandra Walklate Nancy Wonders Compere: Ange Dwyer 14

21 Keynote address: Politics and Punishment: Visions from the Global South Professor Maximo Sozzo, National University of Litoral Máximo Sozzo is Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Santa Fe, Argentina). He is the Director of the MA in Criminology, Director of the Program for University Education inside Prisons and Director of the Social Involvement Program Crime and Society at the same university. He has been adjunct and associate professor of sociology and criminology at various Argentinean universities during the last ten years. As a visiting professor he has taught graduate courses in criminology at several universities in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador and Spain. He has been visiting research fellow at the universities of Bologna, Toronto, Barcelona and FLACSO Ecuador. He has been consultant on issues related to crime and punishment for different national and local governments and international organizations. His research over the last fifteen years has related to different themes in the field of criminology: police violence and accountability, police reform, crime prevention discourses and practices, history of psychiatry and criminal justice, cultural travels of discourses and practices on crime control, history of criminology and metamorphosis of prison and crime control in late modernity. He has published on these themes four books and many book chapters and essays in academic journals. In the last 20 years, several narratives have emerged in the literature of the sociology of punishment that have emphasised the dependence of the mutations in penal policy on some structural changes of social life. In turn, these are understood in different ways, but usually elevated to the status of an epochal and potentially with more or less caution global transformation. Frequently, these connections are postulated in a way that fails to fully address the question of how these various structural mutations are effectively connected with the decisions and actions that take place in the penal field. In my view, it is politics that plays the central role in structuring the how of these connections. This is the space of translation, par excellence, of the influences of social, economic and cultural relations and processes in the field of penalty. And largely, and consequently, it is also a most immediate and effective why. Much recent sociological and criminological literature has been arguing the need to generate a more detailed exploration of the relationship between politics and punishment for understanding changes over recent decades. From my perspective, the emphasis should be placed on exploring the results always relatively contingent and contestable of struggles and conflicts between social and political actors in specific times and places. How these different actors develop governmental rationalities, programs and strategies about punishment and which continuities or discontinuities introduced regarding the recent and distant past, become key questions for such an analysis. This involves emphasising the crucial role that is often lost in the contemporary debate in the description and explanation of a great transformation that seems to depend on the choices and actions of nobody, trivialising the role of political struggles. In order to illustrate this point, I will present several examples related with post neoliberal political changes over the last 15 years in South America and its impact on the penal fields of these national contexts. I think they give us several cues to sustain this type of connection as crucial. These examples are embedded in the peculiarities of our present in this region. As such they offer an interesting opportunity for the dialogue between Global North and South, in an opposite direction to those traditionally articulated in the sociology of punishment. 15

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