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COVID-19 lockdowns, intimate partner violence and coercive control

Ciara Smyth, Patricia Cullen, Jan Breckenridge, Natasha Cortis, Kylie Valentine
2021 Australian Journal of Social Issues  
Such reflection is timely as the conditions of COVID-19 lockdowns are likely to lead to an increase in coercive controlling behaviours.  ...  Lockdown conditions provide fertile ground for the exercise of coercive control by encouraging people to stay at home, limiting social interactions to household members, reducing mobility and enabling  ...  They argue for improved understandings of the nature and impact of coercive control at all points of contact within the criminal justice process and that a "whole-systems" approach is necessary to tackle  ... 
doi:10.1002/ajs4.162 pmid:34188336 pmcid:PMC8222883 fatcat:yuw7tnucjnhbvbpf2f2qmwdgqq

Stepping up to the plate: Making social equity a priority in public administration's troubled times

RaJade M. Berry-James, Brandi Blessett, Rachel Emas, Sean McCandless, Ashley E. Nickels, Kristen Norman-Major, Parisa Vinzant
2020 Journal of Public Affairs Education  
Research, teaching, and service in social equity and social justice require a commitment to equitable change, in the public interest.  ...  Programs interested in developing a social equity and social justice curriculum for public affairs education must face the hard-core truth: A commitment to diversity, social equity, and social justice  ... 
doi:10.1080/15236803.2020.1820289 fatcat:a5lrfz5zpjf3rmaxar2jrdesrm

Cross-Border Civil Litigation in the EU: What Can We Learn from COVID-19 Emergency National e-Justice Experiences?

Marco Velicogna
2020 Social Science Research Network  
their potential for innovation in cross border judicial proceedings.  ...  The breakdown of existing practices, and the need to ensure the justice service provision required for our societies' functioning, resulted in many local and national initiatives to reconfigure the justice  ...  CCBE for lawyers, CNUE for notaries) within a project co-funded by the EU. The project, called e-CODEX, began in December 2010 and ended in May 2016.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3737648 fatcat:fkodytm2ezdhhk45ly772j37a4

Exploratory of society

L. -E. Cederman, R. Conte, D. Helbing, A. Nowak, F. Schweitzer, A. Vespignani
2012 The European Physical Journal Special Topics  
For the first time, society can be studied in a comprehensive fashion that addresses social and behavioral complexity.  ...  This has caused, together with innovative computational techniques and methods for modeling social actions in hybrid (natural and artificial) societies, a qualitative change in the ways we model sociotechnical  ...  For this reason, a quest for innovative technologies comes from the real-time data gathering point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjst/e2012-01698-7 fatcat:oaxco3ewh5gz3ixumxgyytnkyy

Latest technologies in criminal investigation (testing of foreign practices in Ukraine)

Yuriy P. Tymoshenko, Oleksandr I. Kozachenko, Dmytro P. Kyslenko, Maryna S. Horodetska, Maryna V. Chubata, Serhii S. Barhan
2022 Revista Amazonía investiga  
The aim of the article was to identify a set of innovative technologies in the field of investigation of crimes that can be tested in Ukraine.  ...  The activities of law enforcement agencies in the field of combating crime and ensuring the introduction of innovative technologies in the investigation of crimes were analyzed in the course of this research  ...  The research design, which provides for a gradual use of methodological tools for the expression of author's positions and conclusions is shown in Figure 1 .  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2022.51.03.14 fatcat:h2lf3ahzhjgiplmhdmz6ciyfzi

Better Prevention of Femicide: Evidence from Brazil

Thiago Pierobom Ávila, Marcela Novais Medeiros, Cátia Betânia Chagas, Elaine Novaes Vieira, Thais Quezado Soares Magalhães, Andrea Simoni Zappa Passeto
2021 International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy  
violence earlier; and better integration of the justice system with psychosocial services.  ...  The study uses a mixed-method research design to analyse the judicial and health files of victims and perpetrators, supplemented by semi-structured interviews with surviving relatives.  ...  There is also a lack of integration of the criminal justice system with prevention policies.  ... 
doi:10.5204/ijcjsd.2073 fatcat:233jsegjbba23d6i6hlhjxvrba

Field Practice, Emerging Technologies, and Human Rights: the Emergence of Tech Social Workers

Siva Mathiyazhagan
2021 Journal of Human Rights and Social Work  
This paper discusses the challenges and opportunities for tech social work in the field and explores a possible model for tech social work practice to support safe and inclusive communities on and offline  ...  There is an emerging need for tech social work practices in all fields of social work.  ...  In the digital era, e-social work is emerging as a new specialization with the adaptation of innovations and new methods for social work practice (López Peláez & Marcuello-Servós, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41134-021-00190-0 pmid:34518805 pmcid:PMC8426334 fatcat:dn2oa7rq3vgsbgjaoqgyne65lm

Community Economic Development – A Viable Solution for COVID Recovery

Raissa Marks, Michael Toye
2020 Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research  
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare many of the weaknesses in our social and economic systems, exacerbating someof these challenges and drawing attention to others as we, collectively, find a way forward  ...  of a national social innovation and social finance strategy and other complementary proposals for a post-COVID-19 world.La pandémie de COVID-19 a mis à nu plusieurs des faiblesses de nos systèmes sociaux  ...  The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare many of the weaknesses in our social and economic systems, exacerbating some of these challenges and drawing attention to others as we, collectively, find a way forward  ... 
doi:10.29173/cjnser.2020v11n2a397 fatcat:ugsw57puqvfpdp6sz57dnkoip4

A rapid review of early guidance to prevent and control COVID-19 in custodial settings

Lindsay A. Pearce, Alaina Vaisey, Claire Keen, Lucas Calais-Ferreira, James A. Foulds, Jesse T. Young, Louise Southalan, Rohan Borschmann, Ruth Gray, Sunita Stürup-Toft, Stuart A. Kinner
2021 Health & Justice  
Given the risk of rapid transmission in these settings, it is important to know what guidance existed for responding to COVID-19 in the early stages of the pandemic.  ...  Despite the availability of comprehensive guidance early in the pandemic, important gaps remain in the implementation of recommended prevention and control measures globally, and in the availability of  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the contributions of the following colleagues at the University of Melbourne who helped to conceptualise this research and/or secure funding for this project: Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40352-021-00150-w pmid:34652519 pmcid:PMC8518275 fatcat:hyn4me32onduzddjh3kflyoq6a

Digitization of justice in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and the implications of digitalization on constitutional rights

RUXANDRA ANDREEA BĂNICĂ
2020 Revista de Drept Constituțional  
The article aims to generate a preliminary radiography on the actual stage of digitalization of justice in Romania, offering a perspective on its evolution both domestically and internationally, a development  ...  In the chase after the alignment to the European approaches, to the evolution and speed of the digital age in which we live, we lose sight of the fact that the Romanian citizens may not be prepared for  ...  field In the context of the implementation of the 2019-2023 e-Justice Action Plan, the Commission carried out a "Study on the use of innovative technologies in the justice field".  ... 
doi:10.47743/rdc-2020-2-0001 fatcat:wnivqczyzba2hi3vb4lk2gbxjm

A Brain Capital Grand Strategy: toward economic reimagination

Erin Smith, Diab Ali, Bill Wilkerson, Walter D. Dawson, Kunmi Sobowale, Charles Reynolds, Michael Berk, Helen Lavretsky, Dilip Jeste, Chee H. Ng, Jair C. Soares, Gowri Aragam (+21 others)
2020 Molecular Psychiatry  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank the following individuals for their helpful inputs to this concept and paper: Vikram Patel, Maureen Hackett, Jim Hackett, Bruce Miller, Ian Everall, Jeremy Kranz  ...  The Prince, Machiavelli The time is now for a Brain Capital Grand Strategy Current brain research, innovation, regulatory, and funding systems are artificially siloed, creating boundaries in our understanding  ...  Criminal justice reform Criminal justice policymakers, locally and globally, struggle to develop and implement policies to balance justice, punishment, and rehabilitation.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41380-020-00918-w pmid:33100330 pmcid:PMC8244537 fatcat:s72npsnynbaapjtkk4uwb4wwcu

White-Collar Cybercrime: Evaluating the Redefinition of a Criminological Artifact

Christopher Hamerton
2020 Journal of Law and Criminal Justice  
White-collar crime itself offers the rare example of a criminological theory that has the attributes of an artifact -establishing a distinct criminal offence type within law and criminal justice and entering  ...  Friedrichs in his 2009 pitch for a reconfiguration towards what he termed "technocrime" arguing that "the problem of crimes committed in cyberspace will increase in the future and will increasingly be  ...  Criminal Justice System?  ... 
doi:10.15640/jlcj.v8n2a6 fatcat:ppyxzadwyzajvdky5hmod6qo6m

Leading Learning During a Time of Crisis. Higher Education Responses to the Global Pandemic of 2020 [chapter]

Fernando M. Reimers, Francisco Marmolejo
2021 Knowledge Studies in Higher Education  
environment, to be a learning organization, in service of addressing significant social challenges.  ...  Unsurprisingly, some of those innovations focused on internal actions implemented to mitigate the impact of the pandemic by transitioning to online teaching delivery or extension of semester break, etc  ...  We discussed drafts of those cases at a virtual conference attended by all authors of the case studies, and then revised them based on feedback obtained from peers at the conference.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-82159-3_1 fatcat:c3ju45t3rjaqxk7z7pnpuko3iy

International Criminology and International Connectivity: Reflections at a Pivotal Juncture

Sappho Xenakis
2021 International Criminology  
This article considers the prospects of international criminology against the broad and multifaceted backdrop of flux in societies and economies across the world.  ...  Second, contrary pressures towards, on the one hand, broader criminalisation of phenomena deemed to be social harms, and on the other hand, towards the decriminalisation and cross-sectoral management of  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their comments on an earlier version of this article, and to the editors of the journal for the opportunity to participate in the inaugural  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43576-021-00011-4 fatcat:qnnkxu4xhbaovgji7ynjiclvlm

Human-Centred Indicators (HCI) to Regenerate Vulnerable Cultural Heritage and Landscape towards a Circular City: From the Bronx (NY) to Ercolano (IT)

Martina Bosone, Francesca Ciampa
2021 Sustainability  
With this aim, a circular methodology is proposed and experimented with in Ercolano (Italy) and in the Bronx (New York), in which the adoption of a participatory approach was central in all phases of regeneration  ...  In many of them, one of the major challenges is represented by the large presence of cultural heritage being in a state of degradation, abandonment and underutilization, which determines waste conditions  ...  Within a broad framework of perturbative pressures, the research has identified the catastrophic events and human actions as the main disruptive factors for both cases.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105505 fatcat:2na6t5au3ja4roxhsm2nw2kw4y
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