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23 Current Issues Crim. Just. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/cicj23 and id is 1 raw text is: CURRENT ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Number 1

Special Issue - Risk, Resilience and Beyond
CONTENTS
Introduction

Pat O'Malley

Christine EW Bond
and Samantha Jeffries
Gail Mason and
Mariastella Pulvirenti
John Scott
Grazyna Zajdow
David McCallum
Matthew Ball

Russell Hogg

Risk, Resilience and Beyond                 .............1.............

Articles

Security after Risk: Security Strategies for Governing Extreme
Uncertainty       ............................    ..........5
Measuring Risk and Blameworthiness in the Sentencing of
Criminal Defendants: An Exploratory Study in Western Australia's
Higher Courts     ..........................    ......... 17
Resilience and Survival: Refugee Women and Violence ........... 37
Governing Prostitution: Differentiating the Bad from the Bad.... 53
Outsourcing the Risks: Alcohol Licensing, Risk and the Making of
the Night Time Economy    ..................     ......... 73
'Lemon and Milk': Liberal Political Tensions in Child Governance
.                                          ..... ......... 85
Self-Government and the Fashioning of Resilient Personae........ 97
Review Essay
Crime, Risk and Money: The Currency ofJustice: Fines and
Damages in Consumer Societies and Crime and Risk, both by
Pat O'Malley.     ................................... 113

Reviews

Social Order and Fear of Crime in Contemporary Times by
Stephen Farrall, Jonathan Jackson and Emily Gray .................. 123

Volume 23

July 2011

Murray Lee and
Tara Renae McGee

Murray Lee

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