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12 Current Issues Crim. Just. 136 (2000-2001)
Current Events

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Institute of Criminology*
Crime Prevention Seminar
Convenor: Associate Professor Julie Stubbs, Deputy Director, Institute of Criminology
Chair: Mr Peter Homel, Director, Crime Prevention Division, NSW Attorney-General's
Speakers: Dr Adam Crawford, Deputy Director, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies,
University of Leeds
Mr Russell Hogg, University of Western Sydney & NSW Crime Prevention Council
Mr Andrew Marsden, Youth Researcher & Policy Advocate.
Details: Thursday, 10 August, 5:00pm, Sydney University Law School, 173-175 Phillip St,
Sydney, 2000.
This seminar will question what the roles of community sector and governments in the pre-
vention of crime should be; what are the particular needs and experiences of young people;
and to what extent have crime prevention programs responded to those needs.
NEW Monograph - Developing Cultural Criminology:
Theory and Practice in Papua New Guinea
Editor: Cyndi Banks
Contributors: Preface by Stanley Cohen; Introduction by Marilyn Strathem; Cyndi Banks;
Tony Crook; Sinclair Dinnen; Henry Ivarature; Adam Reed; Richard Sikani; Karen Sykes.
The thirteenth title in the Sydney Institute of Criminology Monograph Series, Developing
Cultural Criminology presents a discussion of criminological issues in the 'Third World'
with particular reference to Papua New Guinea, a country known for its serious law and
order problems and, notably, for its high incidence of violence, especially gang violence.
This Monograph makes an argument for cultural specificity and the development of a
cultural criminology appropriate to a particular country. It contains original criminological
studies which apply these notions to Papua New Guinea.
For further information on these or any other activities of the Institute of Criminology contact the
Administrator, Institute of Criminology, Sydney University Law School, 173-175 Phillip St, Sydney, 2000.
Phone: (61) (2) 9351 0239. Fax: (61) (2) 9351 0200, Attention: Institute of Criminology.
E-mail: criminology@law.usyd.edu.au
Web address: <http://criminology.law.usyd.edu.au/>

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