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CRIMINAL law

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  • 1.   Children, Rights and Justice in Northern Ireland: Community and Custody

    This article is based on primary research conducted with children in community and custodial settings in Northern Ireland.

    Youth Justice, Vol: 8 Page: 245-263 2008
    Una Convery; Deena Haydon; Linda Moore; Phil Scraton

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  • 2.   Criminal law & criminology

    This book on Criminal Law and Criminology is a masterly exercise to project the latest innovations, through judicial and administrative techniques of creativity.

    Criminal law & criminology, 2002
    K. D. Gaur

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  • 3.   CROSSING CULTURAL BOUNDARIES: IMPLEMENTING RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN INTERNATIONAL AND INDIGENOUS CONTEXTS

    This article discusses the use of the restorative conference in youth justice

    Sociology of Crime, Law & Deviance, Vol: 11 Page: 81-95 2008
    Gabrielle Maxwell

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  • 4.   Locked in the Past: The Custodial Disposal of Children in Northern Ireland

    This study examines developments in criminal justice legislation in relation to the custodial disposal of children in Northern Ireland since the implementation of the Criminal Justice (Children) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998.

    Conference Papers -- Law & Society, 2007 2007 Annual Meeting
    Una Convery

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  • 5.   The Politics of Sexual Knowledge: The Origins of Ireland's Containment Culture and the Carrigan Report (1931)

    This article examines the history of Church-state collaboration in Ireland in establishing an attitude toward sexual immorality and the legislation of containment culture.

    Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol: 13 Page: 208-233 2004
    James M. Smith

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