Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

Frontiers in Developmental and Life-Course Criminology: Methodological Innovation and Social Impact

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Frontiers in Developmental and Life-Course Criminology: Methodological Innovation and Social Impact

Frontiers in Developmental and Life-Course Criminology: Methodological Innovation and Social Impact

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ANZSOC’s Thematic Group on Developmental and Life-Course Criminology is hosting a half day online research symposium, sponsored by ANZSOC and Griffith Criminology Institute, where they will be sharing their latest research and ideas in short presentations with lots of time for questions from the audience. Guests are invited to attend as many or a few presentations as they would like to.

The presentations are grouped into four topics with three presentations in each session. Sessions include: working with administrative data; using visual criminology to display developmental and life-course data; translational research; and new directions for the discipline.

Please check out the program and join for the presentations that are of interest to you. The Thematic Group also welcomes new members so please get in touch with the convenors if you would like to get involved. https://anzsoc.org/about/#groups.

Thematic Group convenors are Catia Malvaso catia.malvaso@adelaide.edu.au and Tara Renae McGee t.mcgee@griffith.edu.au can be contacted in relation to group matters and the content of the symposium.

Date: Friday 11 December 2020.

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Date And Time

11-12-2020 @ 09:00 AM (ACDT) to
12-12-2020 @ 01:30 PM (ACDT)
 

Registration End Date

11-12-2020
 

Location

Online event

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