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This list relates to the trimester Trimester 2 2019 which does not start until 01/07/2019
  1. Week One: Introducing Criminal Justice in Aotearoa NZ 2 items
    1. Indigenous criminology - Chris Cunneen, Juan Tauri, EBSCOhost 2016

      Book  In this collection by Cunneen and Tauri (2016), please read: Chapter 3: 'Understanding the Impact of Colonialism', pp 45-66.

  2. Week Two: Criminal Justice, Media and Politics 2 items
    1. The Oxford handbook of criminology 2017

      Book  In this edited collection, read: Hough M and Roberts J (2017) ‘Public Opinion, Crime, and Criminal Justice’ (pp 239-259)

  3. Week Three: From Crime Prevention to Pre-Emption 2 items
    1. Pre-crime: pre-emption, precaution and the future - Jude McCulloch, Dean Wilson 2017

      Book  In this book, read the Introduction, 'Pre-Crime', pp1-16.

  4. Week Four: Policing 2 items
  5. Week Five: Surveillance and Security 2 items
    1. Criminology - Newburn, Tim

      Book  Read Chapter 17: 'Late Modernity, Governmentality and Risk’, pp 341-361.

    2. Media & crime - Yvonne Jewkes 2015, ©2015

      Book  In this collection, read: Chapter 8 'Crime and the Surveillance Culture', pp221-249.

  6. Week Six: Courts and Punishment 2 items
    1. Criminal justice: a New Zealand introduction - ProQuest (Firm) 2017

      Book  Please read Chapter 8, Debra Wilson, pages 145-161

    2. Rangatahi Courts - Khylee Quince

      Chapter  In this collection, read the chapter by Khylee Quince, pp 711-723

  7. Week Seven: Community Penalties and Home Detention 2 items
    1. Punishment in the Community - G Robinson, F McNeill 2017

      Chapter  In this edited collection, please read: Robinson G and McNeill F (2017) ‘Punishment in the Community’, pp 868-888.

  8. Week Eight: Imprisonment 2 items
    1. Māori and Prison - Tracey McIntosh, Kim Workman

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  9. Week Nine: Restorative Justice 2 items
    1. Restorative Justice in the Twenty First Century - Meredith Rossner 2017

      Chapter  In this edited collection, please read: Rossner M (2017) ‘Restorative Justice in the Twenty First Century’, pp 967-989.

  10. Week Ten: Decarceration and Abolition 2 items
    1. 'Visualising an Abolitionist Real Utopia: Principles, Policy and Practice - David Scott 2013

      Chapter  In this collection, read: Scott D (2013) 'Visualising an Abolitionist Real Utopia: Principles, Policy and Practice', pp 90-113.

  11. Week Eleven: Conclusion - Decolonizing Justice 2 items
    1. The Routledge international handbook of criminology and human rights 2017

      Book  In this edited book, read: Cunneen C and Tauri J (2017) ‘Survival, Dignity and Wellbeing: Indigenous Human Rights and Transformative Approaches to Justice’, pp 429-439.

    2. Indigenous Rights, Poetry and Decarceration - Tracey McIntosh

      Chapter  In this collection, read: McIntosh T (2018) 'Indigenous Rights, Poetry and Decarceration', pp 285-301.