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Study Guides for JSB173 at Queensland University of Technology

Understanding the Criminal Justice System

JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retributive Justice, Affirmative Action

JSB173 Final Revision Notes for Exam Victims in the Criminal Justice System  Up until recently the Australian criminal justice system has been predominately offender-centred, leaving little attention paid t...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retributive Justice

JSB173 Week 10 Revision Victims in the Criminal Justice System Overview  Up until recently the Australian criminal justice system has been predominately offender-centred, leaving litt...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Week 9 Exam Revision

JSB173 Week 9 Revision Imprisonment – Indigeneity and Gender Gender in Prisons  The prison population in Australia is predominately made of males, with only around 10% being female. How...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Week 8 Exam Revision

JSB173 Week 8 Revision Prisons, Imprisonment and Community Corrections History of Prisons  Historically the first prisons were not so much places of punishment as they were holding places for...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Affirmative Action

JSB173 Week 7 Revision The Criminal Courts, Indigenous Australians and Gender  Research has shown that women are less likely to appear in court and when they are established as guilty they recei...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Industrial Revolution, Mandatory Sentencing

JSB173 Week 6 Revision The Criminal Courts  The role of the criminal court is to determine the guilt or innocence of those accused of infringing criminal law and where guilt...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Notes for Final Exam.docx

JSB173 Final Revision Notes for ExamVictims in the Criminal Justice SystemUp until recently the Australian criminal justice system has been predominately offendercentred leaving little attention paid to the victims This ha...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retributive Justice

JSB173 Week 10 Revision Victims in the Criminal Justice System Overview  Up until recently the Australian criminal justice system has been predominately offender-centred, leaving litt...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Week 9 Exam Revision.docx

JSB173 Week 9 Revision Imprisonment – Indigeneity and Gender Gender in Prisons  The prison population in Australia is predominately made of males, with only around 10% being female. How...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Week 8 Exam Revision.docx

JSB173 Week 8 Revision Prisons, Imprisonment and Community Corrections History of Prisons  Historically the first prisons were not so much places of punishment as they were holding places for...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Week 7 Exam Revision.docx

JSB173 Week 7 Revision The Criminal Courts, Indigenous Australians and Gender  Research has shown that women are less likely to appear in court and when they are established as guilty they recei...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries
JSB173 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mandatory Sentencing, Industrial Revolution

JSB173 Week 6 Revision The Criminal Courts  The role of the criminal court is to determine the guilt or innocence of those accused of infringing criminal law and where guilt...

Justice
JSB173
Dr.Samantha Jeffries

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