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    • A Study on Factors Affecting the Abstention of Drug Abuse in Private Rehabilitation Institutes in Taiwan — Operation Dawn Taiwan as an Example 

      Chou, Tzu-Ching; Hung, Yu-Jhen; Liao, Fu-Cun (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      The purpose of this study is to understand problems of the abstention of drug abuse in Taiwan. Comparing the model of Operation Dawn Taiwan with that of the government’s official rehabilitation institutes, this paper aims ...
    • The Prevention of Bushfire Arson through Target Hardening 

      Christensen, Warren (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      An analysis of the Queensland Department of Primary Industries & Fisheries (Forestry) (DPI&F (Forestry)) Wildfire Data Base indicates that, in comparison to all other DPI&F (Forestry) districts the Beerburrum forestry ...
    • Strategies for Preventing Drug Recidivism Cycle in Taiwan 

      Chu, Jih-Chiao; Cheng, Hsien-Chi; Khoo, Jennifer (Lin-Lin); Chang, Chieh-Hsiung; Chiou, Jin-Yi; Chien, Chun-Sheng (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Drug abuse is currently a worldwide problem and Taiwan is no exception. Drug abuse is a disease that must be treated on the basis of evidence (United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime 2007; World Health Organisation 2004). ...
    • Regulating our Natural Resources - Farmers Friend or Farmers Foe? Have Regulators got the mix Right? 

      Colling, Troy; Christensen, Warren (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      There is growing community acceptance of regulatory compliance activities that address the misuse and poor management of our natural resources. However, in some areas and industries, there is still a significant degree ...
    • Foreword 

      Wundersitz, Joy; Son, Christina (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Foreword to THE FLINDERS JOURNAL OF LAW REFORM VOLUME 10 ISSUE 3 (2007/8) — Special Electronic Edition — ANZSOC Conference Proceedings — Select Papers
    • Tracing the Evolutionary Roots of Modern Islamic Radicalism and Militancy 

      Ingram, Haroro J. (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      This paper takes an innovative approach to understanding Islamic radicalism and militancy by utilising charismatic leadership theory to understand the critical role of charismatic leaders in the evolutionary development ...
    • It's all about risk, isn't it? Science, politics, public opinion and regulatory reform 

      Haines, Fiona; Sutton, Adam; Platania-Phung, Chris (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Like most Western democracies, Australia has seen constant business complaints about the regulatory burden and the need for reform. Governments have been sympathetic to these concerns and initiated numerous enquiries into ...
    • The Case for Single Cells and Alternative Ways of viewing 

      Grant, Elizabeth; Memmott, Paul (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Until recently there was an assumption that Australian Aboriginal prisoners should be accommodated in dual occupancy or dormitory accommodation while in custody to best meet cultural needs, primarily to prevent social ...
    • Passports to advantage:Health and capacity building as a basis for social integration 

      Kinner, Stuart A (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Released prisoners are characterised by chronic social disadvantage, poor physical and mental health, and high rates of substance misuse – a continuation of problems experienced prior to imprisonment. High rates of recidivism ...
    • Academic Terror: Ideology in Analysis 

      Kurtschenko, Joey (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      The purpose of academic writing is to analyse. Although this is true of the form, there is still room within analysis to move into ideological veins, putting forward views alongside analysis or sometimes in place of it. ...
    • Measuring Offender Discount Rates: An Overview of the Issues and a Suggested Methodology 

      Torre, Andrew (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Criminologists assert that some offenders exhibit impulsive behaviour. If this is correct then this impulsiveness will manifest itself through high discount rates. However discount rates are difficult to observe and measure. ...
    • Approaching Responsivity: The Victorian Department of Justice and Indigenous Offenders 

      Spivakovsky, Claire (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Offender rehabilitation has developed a stronghold on correctional practice in the past two decades. Further strengthening this grip have been three main principles for effective practice; risk, needs and responsivity. ...
    • Cannabis and the Risk of Crash Involvement 

      Baldock, Matthew (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Drugs have long been a focus of law enforcement in Australia but recent legislation in a number of Australian states now requires routine drug testing of drivers (testing for cannabis and methamphetamine), with the stated ...
    • Theoretically Sustainable Risks 

      Buth, Rhain (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Whether through various risk assessment models, Foucault’s emphasis on governmentality, Ericson’s emphasis on insecurity or Beck’s broader risk society, the concept of risk is frequently drawn upon in criminological theory. ...
    • An Exploration of the Experience of Interaction between the Police and Juvenile Offenders in Taiwan 

      Chen, Chih-Ching; Hsu, Hua-Fu (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      By developing Foucault’s concepts of power, this paper aims to explore the interaction experience between Taiwanese police and juvenile offenders from a critical perspective. From macro analysis of social discourse to micro ...
    • Contents Vol 10, Issue 3 

      Unknown author (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
    • Australian Crime Trends and Population Ageing:A Quantified Perspective 

      Rosevear, Lisa (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Given that 15-24 year olds have a higher incidence of criminal involvement than other age groups, structural ageing can be expected to have a profound impact on crime trends. The purpose of this paper is to present preliminary ...
    • What Once Was Old Is New Again: Reviving An Early-Modern Form Of Interdisciplinarity For Socio-Legal Studies 

      Wickham, Gary; Kendall, Gavin (Flinders Univeristy School of Law, 2008-04)
      Socio-legal studies are an essentially interdisciplinary enterprise. However, there is currently only one form of interdisciplinarity that most socio-legal scholars (and criminologists) recognise and work with. This form ...
    • The USA PATRIOT Acts (et al): Collective Amnesia, Paranoia and Convergent, Oligarchic Legislation in the ‘Politics of Fear’ 

      Thorne, Kym; Kouzmin, Alexander (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Comparative analysis has been ignored in recent decades as the mantra of ‘convergence’ has taken hegemonic forms under globalisation and, more recently, under the exporting of a United States–inspired ‘exceptionalism’ ...
    • The Revolving Door of Penal Institutions – A Narration of Lived Experience 

      Thompson, Alison (Flinders University School of Law, 2008-04)
      Remand to prison whilst awaiting trial can be seen as a short yet indeterminate prison sentence without the judicial sanction of criminal responsibility. Given the increasing reliance on remand as a targeted strategy for ...