Lorana Bartels
Lorana Bartels
Professor and Program Leader of Criminology, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Australian
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TitleCited byYear
Good practice in women's prisons: a literature review
L Bartels, A Gaffney
Technical and Background paper, 2011
Indigenous women's offending patterns: A literature review
L Bartels
Research and Public Policy Series, 2010
A Right to Die? Euthanasia and the Law in Australia’
L Bartels, M Otlowski
Journal of Law and Medicine 17, 532, 2010
How are women who kill portrayed in newspaper media? Connections with social values and the legal system
P Easteal, L Bartels, N Nelson, K Holland
Women's Studies International Forum 51, 31-41, 2015
Parole and Parole Authorities in Australia: A System in Crisis?
L Bartels
Criminal Law Journal 37, 357, 2013
The use of suspended sentences in Australia: Unsheathing the sword of Damocles
L Bartels
Criminal law journal 31, 113-132, 2007
Three dogmas of juvenile justice
D Weatherburn, A McGrath, L Bartels
UNSWLJ 35, 779, 2012
Qualitative criminology: stories from the field
L Bartels, K Richards
Hawkins Press, 2011
Emerging issues in domestic/family violence research
L Bartels
Research in practice report, 2010
The recidivism of offenders given suspended sentences: A comparison with full-time imprisonment
R Lulham, D Weatherburn, L Bartels
Crime and Justice Bulletin, 2009
The recidivism of offenders given suspended sentences in New South Wales, Australia
D Weatherburn, L Bartels
The British Journal of Criminology 48 (5), 667-683, 2008
Language, gender and ‘reality’: Violence against women
P Easteal, L Bartels, S Bradford
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 40 (4), 324-337, 2012
Police interviews with vulnerable adult suspects
L Bartels
Crime prevention programs for culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia
L Bartels
Australian Institute of Criminology, 2011
Unexplained wealth laws in Australia
L Bartels
Trends and issues in crime and criminal justice, 2010
Challenges in mainstreaming specialty courts
L Bartels
Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, 2009
The weight of the sword of Damocles: A reconviction analysis of suspended sentences in Tasmania
L Bartels
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 42 (1), 72-100, 2009
The status of laws on outlaw motorcycle gangs in Australia
L Bartels
Research in practice report, 2010
Swift and certain sanctions: Is it time for Australia to bring some HOPE into the criminal justice system?
L Bartels
Criminal Law Journal 39 (1), 53-66, 2015
To Suspend or Not to Suspend: A Qualitative Analysis of Sentencing Decisions in the Supreme Court of Tasmania
L Bartels
University of Tasmania Law Review 28, 23, 2009
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