School of Law

Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Postgraduate Research Conference 2016

This is a free event but registration is required in advance. 

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Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Postgraduate Research Conference 2016

The CCJS PGR Conference is an important event in the annual calendar of the CCJS research centre. It provides a forum where students can discuss their ongoing research projects with staff and one another. We are delighted to announce that Kelly Hannah-Moffat from the University of Toronto will be the keynote speaker this year. Professor Hannah-Moffat is a world-renowned scholar who has contributed numerous books and articles on risk, punishment, and marginalized and diverse populations; essential reading for any criminological or social justice scholar.

We would like to extend the invite to all School of Law PGRs and staff. We hope that this will allow our speakers to consider alternative perspectives from other areas of law. It will be an important opportunity for law school staff and students to observe what types of research are being conducted outside of their individual centres. 

The Conference will conclude with a reception and the annual CCJS Conference Meal, which will round off what will make for an excellent day. Please find the programme attached. 


9:30-10:00 - Registration & Coffee

10:00-10:10 - Welcome Address

10:10-11:40 - Panel 1: Conducting Criminological Research: Methodological Approaches
Neda Nobari Nazari: Transformative Mixed Research Design: The Future of Research in Policy and Practice
Ashley Kilgallon: Stumbling in the Dark: Early Ethnographic Experiences of Researching the Police
Awmaima Amrayaf: Reflections on the Challenges Faced During Fieldwork
Andrea Tara Chand: Issues of Researcher Power in Ethnographic Study

11:40-12:00 - Coffee and cake

12:00-13:15 - Panel 2: Crime Control in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on Policing and Counterterrorism
Sean Butcher: Crowded Out? The Re-Configured Role of Civil Society in Policing and Security
Mukhriz Bin Mat Rus: Malaysia’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy: Why Criminalisation is the Best Primary Policy?
Jennifer Healy: Special Police Service: Principles, Context, and Practicalities

13:15-14:15 - Lunch

14:15-15:45 - Panel 3:Criminal Justice Stakeholders: Managing Victims, Witnesses, and Offenders
Hye-In Chung: Sentencing Guidelines in South Korea: In Case of Serious Sexual Offences
Christina Straub: Love as Human Virtue and Human Need and its Role in the Prison Experience - An Exploratory Phenomenological Study
Brahma Astagiri: Witness Protection System in the Indonesian Criminal Justice Process
Ian Marder: Why Would Anyone Want to Do That? Thinking About the Motivations of Crime Victims Who Wish to Communicate With Their Offenders

15:45-16:00 - Coffee

16:00-17:30 - Keynote Lecture
Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat (University of Toronto)

17:30-18:15 - Wine Reception

18:15 - Departure for Dinner
Ground Floor, Liberty Building

18:45 - Conference Dinner

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