Publications last updated February 2020. Papers/reports available on-line and by links (in PDF format). Please contact the author if links are not working.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS ARE IN THESE AREAS:
- Redress for historic institutional abuse: Australia in international context.
- Conventional and innovative justice responses to sexual and violent victimisation
- State-funded schemes for violent crime victims
Redress for historic institutional abuse: Australia in international perspective. See project information flyer here.
- Unravelling redress for institutional abuse of children in Australia UNSW Law Journal (2019), Vol 42(4): 1254-93. (with Juliet Davis).
- National Redress Scheme for child sexual abuse protects institutions at the expense of justice for survivors The Conversation, 7 March 2019.
- Inequalities of redress: Australia's National Redress Scheme for Institutional Abuse of Children Journal of Australian Studies (2018), Vol 42 (2): 204-216.
- Case study research in criminology. In Pamela Davies and Peter Frances (eds.) Doing Criminological Research, 3rd edition. London: SAGE publications (contact author for published chapter).
- Abuse in care versus not in care: we need to tackle potential bias in a national redress scheme The Conversation, 16 February 2018.
- Listen to abuse survivors and advocates to clear the way to a national redress scheme The Conversation, 8 February 2018.
- Redress for historical institutional abuse of children In Antje Deckert and Rick Sarre (eds.) Australian and New Zealand handbook of Criminology, Crime, and Justice (2017). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Money for justice? Money's meaning and purpose as redress for historical institutional abuse In Mark Finnane, Amanda Kaladelfos, and Yorick Smaal (eds.) The Sexual Abuse of Children: Recognition and Redress (2016). Melbourne: Monash University Publishing.
- What is owed and why? The role of money in redress for historical institutional abuse Paper presented at Compensating the past: international approaches to redress schemes for historical child abuse, Exploratory workshop, Norrköping, Sweden, 10-11 November 2016.
- Report makes the case for a national redress scheme for sex abuse survivors The Conversation, 24 September 2015.
- Conceptualising responses to institutional abuse of children Current Issues in Criminal Justice (2014), Vol 26(1): 5–29.
- Redressing Institutional Abuse of Children (2014) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. *NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK*
Conventional and innovative justice responses to sexual and violent victimisation
- Sequencing justice: A longitudinal study of justice goals of domestic violence victims The British Journal of Criminology (2018), Vol 58(4): 787-804. (with Robyn Holder).
- Sexual violence and victims' justice interests In Estelle Zinsstag and Marie Keenan (eds.) Sexual Violence and Restorative justice: Legal, Social and Therapeutic Dimensions (2017). London: Routledge.
- Sibling sexual violence and victims' justice interests: A comparison of youth conferencing and judicial sentencing In Estelle Zinsstag and Marie Keenan (eds.) Sexual Violence and Restorative justice: Legal, Social and Therapeutic Dimensions (2017). London: Routledge. (with Danielle Wade).
- What is restorative justice? Fresh answers to a vexed question (link to on-line published version) Victims & Offenders, Does Restorative Justice Have a Future? special issue, (2016), Vol 11(1): 9-29.
- Indigenous partner violence, Indigenous sentencing courts, and pathways to desistance Violence Against Women (published online September 2016). Pp. 1-23. (interested readers can contact Marchetti or Daly to request a published version of the article).
- Gender and adolescent-to-parent violence: a systematic analysis of typical and atypical cases In Amanda Holt (ed.) Working with Adolescent Violence and Abuse towards Parents: Approaches and Contexts for Intervention (2016) London: Routledge. (with Dannielle Wade).
- Sexual violence and justice: how and why context matters In Anastasia Powell, Nicola Henry, and Asher Flynn (eds.) Rape Justice: Beyond the Realm of Law (2015), London: Palgrave Macmillan.
State-funded schemes for violent crime victims
This publication is still in preparation: reform of state-funded criminal injuries and financial assistance schemes in five Australia jurisdictions, with comparisons to Canada, the US, and the UK (project led by Robyn Holder).
- The FAVE Project, Financial Assistance and Victims' Experiences, Technical Report No. 7: Victims' Experiences Seeking Financial Assistance for Sexual Offences. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University. (2019) (with Robyn Holder and Victoria Meyer).
- The FAVE Project, Financial Assistance and Victims' Experiences, Technical Report No. 6: Contexts, Data, and Decisions by Victim Assist Queensland for Sexual Offences. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University. (2019) (with Robyn Holder and Victoria Meyer).
- State payments to victims of violent crime: Discretion and bias in awards for sexual offences The British Journal of Criminology (forthcoming 2019). (with Robyn Holder). Link to online published version.
- Recognition, reconnection, and renewal: The meaning of money to sexual assault survivors International Review of Victimology (2017) DOI: 10.1177/0269758017739372 (with Robyn Holder) (link to published version)
- Financial assistance to victims of sexual offences Slides from presentation to National Victims of Crime Conference, Brisbane. 6-7 September 2017.
Conventional and innovative justice responses to violent victimisation (2008-present).
This project investigates the emergence, operation, and impact of innovative justice responses to victims of sexual violence for a global sample of countries over two decades (1990-2009). It expands the scale and scope of my previous research on restorative and Indigenous justice in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada by including a wider set of nations and justice practices in the developed and developing world, and in different socio-political contexts (conflict, post-conflict, and peace). This project is funded by the ARC.
- Donor dollars and ministerial mindsets: constraints on NGO responses to rape in Cambodia In Alissa Ackerman and Rich Furman (eds.) Sex Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives (2015), New York: Columbia University Press (with Catherine Burns).
- Responding to everyday rape in Cambodia: rhetorics, realities and somroh somruel Restorative Justice: An International Journal (2014). Vol 2(1): 64-84 (with Catherine Burns).
- Reconceptualizing sexual victimization and justice In Inge Vanfraechem, Antony Pemberton, and Felix Ndahinda (eds.) Justice for Victims: Perspectives on Rights, Transition and Reconciliation (2014), pp. 378-96. London: Routledge.
- Youth sex offending, recidivism, and restorative justice: comparing court and conference cases Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2013). Vol 46(2) (with Brigitte Bouhours, Roderic Broadhurst, and Nini Loh).
- The punishment debate in restorative justice In Jonathan Simon and Richard Sparks (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Punishment and Society (2013). London: Sage Publications
- 'One pair of shoes, one life': steps toward accountability for genocide in Srebrenica International Journal of Transitional Justice (2011) 5(3): 477-91 (with Olivera Simic).
- Conventional and innovative justice responses to sexual violence ACSSA Issues (2011) 12. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies. Published version includes hyperlink to Appendix: Inventory of responses to sexual violence (with Brigitte Bouhours)
- Reparation and restoration In Michael Tonry (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Crime and Criminal Justice (2011), pp. 207-53. Oxford: Oxford University Press (with Gitana Proietti-Scifoni).
- Feminist perspectives in criminology: a review with Gen Y in mind In Eugene McLaughlin and Tim Newburn (eds.) The Handbook of Criminological Theory (2010), pp. 225-46. London: Sage.
- Rape and attrition in the legal process: a comparative analysis of five countries In Michael Tonry (ed.) Crime and Justice: A Review of Research Vol. 39 (2010), pp. 565-650. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (with Brigitte Bouhours).
The SAJJ-CJ project, gender and race politics of new justice practices, restorative justice in race and gendered violence, and indigenous sentencing courts (2004-2016)
The South Australia Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice (SAJJ-CJ) Project on Conferencing and Sentencing gathered and analysed data on the race and gender politics of new justice practices in Australia (South Australia and Queensland) and New Zealand. Sub-studies include an archival study of sexual offence cases finalised in Youth court and by conference and formal caution; interview studies of victim advocacy groups and of Indigenous and non-Indigenous women's views on restorative justice in handling cases of sexual and gendered violence; analyses of sentencing remarks in youth sexual assault cases; and observational and interview studies of urban Indigenous sentencing courts and other justice practices in more remote areas of Australia. Both projects have been funded by the ARC.
Race and gender politics of new justice practices and RJ in cases of gendered violence
- Gender and adolescent-to-parent violence: a systematic analysis of typical and atypical cases In Amanda Holt (ed.) (2016) Interventions for Working with Adolescent-to-Parent Abuse, London: Routledge. (with Dannielle Wade).
- Sibling sexual abuse: offending patterns and dynamics in youth justice conferences In Anne Hayden, Loraine Gelsthorpe, Venezia Kingi, and Allison Morris (eds.) A Restorative Justice Approach to Family Violence: Changing Tack (2013), Surrey; Ashgate Publishing (with Dannielle Wade).
- Conferences and gendered violence: practices, politics, and evidence In Estelle Zinsstag and Ingrid Vanfraechem (eds.) Conferencing and Restorative Justice: International Practices and Perspectives (2012). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Gendered violence and restorative justice: the views of New Zealand Opinion Leaders Contemporary Justice Review (2011) 14 (3): 269-90 (with Gitana Proietti-Scifoni).
- Restorative justice and youth violence towards parents In James Ptacek (ed.) Feminism, Restorative Justice, and Violence Against Women (2010), pp. 150-74. New York: Oxford University Press (with Heather Nancarrow).
- Setting the record straight and a call for radical change: a reply to Annie Cossins on restorative justice and child sex offences British Journal of Criminology (2008) 48(4): 359-78.
- Restorative Justice in Cases of Gendered Violence: Views from Aotearoa Opinion Leaders Gitana Proietti-Scifoni, BCCJ (Hons) thesis (School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, November 2008).
- Judicial censure and moral communication to youth sex offenders Justice Quarterly (2008) 25(3): 496-522 (with Brigitte Bouhours).
- Feminist theory, feminist and anti-racist politics, and restorative justice In Gerry Johnstone and Daniel van Ness (eds.) Handbook of Restorative Justice (2007), pp. 149-70. Cullompton: Willan Publishing (with Julie Stubbs).
- Youth sex offenders in court: an analysis of judicial sentencing remarks Punishment and Society (2007) 9(4): 371-94 (with Brigitte Bouhours).
- Adolescent Sex Offending: An Analysis of Judicial Sentencing Remarks Brigitte Bouhours, BA (Hons) thesis (School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, June 2006).
- Restorative justice and sexual assault: an archival study of court and conference cases British Journal of Criminology (2006) 46(2): 334-56.
- Feminist engagement with restorative justice Theoretical Criminology Special Issue on 'Gender, Race, and Restorative Justice' (2006) 10(1): 9-28 (with Julie Stubbs).
- Justice for victims of sexual assault In Karen Heimer and Candace Kruttschnitt (eds.) Gender and Crime: Patterns of Victimization and Offending (2006), pp. 230-65. New York: New York University Press (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
- A tale of two studies: restorative justice from a victim's perspective In Elizabeth Elliott and Robert Gordon (eds.) New Directions in Restorative Justice: Issues, Practice, Evaluation (2005) pp. 153-74. Cullompton, UK: Willan Publishing.
- Gendered violence and restorative justice: the views of victim advocates Violence Against Women (2005) 11(5): 603-38 (with Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
Indigenous sentencing courts and other justice practices
- Indigenous partner violence, Indigenous sentencing courts, and pathways to desistance Violence Against Women (published online September 2016). Pp. 1-23. Link to published version (interested readers can also contact Marchetti or Daly to request a published version of the article).
- 'The Elders know...the white man don't know': offenders' views of the Nowra Circle Court Indigenous Law Bulletin (2011) 7(24): 17-21 (with Gitana Proietti-Scifoni).
- Analysis of Australian Indigenous imprisonment and demographic information Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, previous version April 2009, this version May 2015.
- Defendants in the Circle: Nowra Circle Court, the Presence and Impact of Elders, and Re-Offending Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, November 2009 (with Gitana Proietti-Scifoni).
- Seeking justice in the 21st century: towards an intersectional politics of justice In Holly E. Ventura Miller (ed.) Restorative Justice: From Theory to Practice (Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance Series, Vol. 11) (2008), pp. 3-30. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
- Indigenous sentencing courts: towards a theoretical and jurisprudential model Sydney Law Review (2007) 29(3): 415-43 (with Elena Marchetti).
- In Search of Justice in Domestic and Family Violence Heather Nancarrow, MA (Hons) thesis (School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, October 2003). For a publication arising from this thesis, see Theoretical Criminology (2006) 10(1): 87-106.
- Indigenous courts and justice practices in Australia Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice No. 277 (2004), pp. 1-6. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology (with Elena Marchetti). Table updated July 2005
Restorative justice and conferencing, including the SAJJ project and recidivism studies (1996-2008)
The South Australian Juvenile Justice (SAJJ) Project on Conferencing gathered and analysed data for 89 youth justice conferences in South Australia in 1998. SAJJ-eligible offences were all types of violent offences and property offences involving individual victims or community victims (e.g. schools, but not department stores). Observations of the conferences were joined with self-administered surveys of the police and coordinators, and with in-depth interviews of youthful offenders and victims in 1998, and again, in 1999. The early papers (above) analyse data from a preliminary study of conferences in the ACT and South Australia in 1995-96, a preliminary study of conferences and sex offences, and present my early views on the idea of restorative justice. Other papers include conferences and re-offending and overviews of conference practices in the region.
- Entries and endings: victims' journeys with justice In Victims and Mediation (2008), edited and published by Associação Portuguesa de Apoio à Vítima (APAV), Lisbon, with support from the European Union, pp. 15-35.
- Girls, peer violence and restorative justice Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2008) 41(1): 109-37.
- The limits of restorative justice In Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft (eds.) Handbook of Restorative Justice: A Global Perspective (2006), pp. 134-45. New York: Routledge.
- Conferencing and re-offending in Queensland Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2004) 37(2): 167-91 (with Hennessey Hayes).
- Mind the gap: restorative justice in theory and practice In Andrew von Hirsch, Julian Roberts, Anthony E. Bottoms, Kent Roach, and Mara Schiff (eds.) Restorative Justice and Criminal Justice: Competing or Reconcilable Paradigms? (2003), pp. 219-36. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- Youth justice conferencing and re-offending Justice Quarterly (2003) 20(4): 725-64 (with Hennessey Hayes).
- Restorative justice and conferencing In Adam Graycar and Peter Grabosky (eds.) Handbook of Australian Criminology (2002), pp. 294-331. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with Hennessey Hayes).
- Making variation a virtue: evaluating the potential and limits of restorative justice In Elmar Weitekamp and Hans-Jurgen Kerner (eds.) Restorative Justice in Context: International Practice and Directions (2002), pp. 23-50. Devon, England: Willan Publishing. Note: the published version contains many errors; refer to this web version or request the errata sheet from Willan Publishing.
- Sexual assault and restorative justice In Heather Strang and John Braithwaite (eds.) Restorative Justice and Family Violence (2002), pp. 62-88. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Restorative justice: the real story (plenary presentation, Scottish Criminology Conference, Edinburgh, September 2000 - revised July 2001). Punishment and Society (2002) 4(1): 55-79.
- Conferencing in Australia and New Zealand: variations, research findings, and prospects In Allison Morris and Gabrielle Maxwell (eds.) Restoring Justice for Juveniles: Conferencing, Mediation and Circles (2001), chapter 4, pp. 59-84. Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- Restorative justice and conferencing in Australia Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice No. 186 (2001), pp. 1-6. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology (with Hennessey Hayes). Table updated 2005 Conferencing in Australia and New Zealand
- Revisiting the relationship between retributive and restorative justice In Heather Strang and John Braithwaite (eds.) Restorative Justice: Philosophy to Practice (2001), pp. 33-54, Aldershot, England: Dartmouth/Ashgate.
- Restorative justice in diverse and unequal societies Law in Context (2000) 17(1): 167-90.
- The r(evolution) of restorative justice through researcher-practitioner relations In Allison Morris and Gabrielle Maxwell (1999) (eds.) Youth Justice in Focus Conference Proceedings. Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington.
- The past, present, and future of restorative justice: some critical reflections The Contemporary Justice Review (1998) 1(1): 21-45 (with Russ Immarigeon).