The reprisal was in response to the massacre of the crew of the merchantman Friendship a year earlier. The expedition was successful in stopping Sumatran attacks on American shipping for six years until another vessel was plundered under different circumstances, resulting in a Second Sumatran Expedition in Background The island of Sumatra is renowned as an excellent source of pepper, and throughout history ships have come to the island to trade for it.
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In recent policy and legislation, adolescent to parent violence is increasingly being recognised as a form of domestic violence; however, this conceptualisation bears significant response implications. Whilst recognising the need for a criminal justice response, the paper argues for a more nuanced, holistic, and family-focused approach, which avoids the responsibilisation of parents or young people.
The findings, taken from the results of an analysis of sentencing transcripts from court cases in England and Wales, indicate that the visibility of children of defendants is increased at the initial sentencing hearing if the judge requests a pre-sentence report.
article presents the first UK analysis of cases of adolescent to parent violence reported to the Rachel Condry is a University Lecturer at the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford An official recognition of and response to adolescent to parent violence is curiously lacking in the. ARTICLE RESPONSE 1 Article Response to Condry and Condry () Julia Sneed Condry and Condry () set out to discover whether or not gender labels determined how an infant’s actions were perceived due to socially mediated gender roles. Rachel Condry added, Thomas Ugelvik @ ugelvik Very pleased to be part of the very successful launch of this brilliant new book on the impact of imprisonment on prisoners’ families .
In appellate decisions, the children have enhanced visibility as their limited impact on mitigation at first instance usually forms part of the grounds of appeal. There is, however, divergence on a case by case basis as to their impact on mitigation.
The discussion then considers the impact of these findings on the broader debates about the punitive impact of maternal imprisonment on children, issues of secondary victimisation, vulnerable populations and Human Rights.
It is under-researched and rarely appears in criminological discussions of family or youth violence. This article presents the first UK analysis of cases of adolescent to parent violence reported to the police.
Our findings reveal that adolescent to parent violence is a gendered phenomenon: We argue that the absence of adolescent to parent violence from criminological discourse must be addressed if criminology is to have a thorough understanding of family violence in all its forms.
The article draws upon analysis of police case files and interviews with 20 police officers to critically examine current police policy and practice in this emerging area of criminal justice. The findings highlight a high level of police discretion leading to inconsistency in how reported incidents are managed and the challenges encountered by police in responding to this complex form of family violence.
The findings are considered within a broader domestic violence policy framework and we conclude by considering how police policy and practice might be developed in this area to meet the complex needs of families experiencing adolescent to parent violence. Drawing on empirical evidence derived from a study of the operation of community-based cognitive-behavioural programmes for perpetrators of domestic violence, it focuses on the implications, for offenders, of displaying neutralizations in correctional treatment settings.
This article draws attention to the complex relationship between neutralization and correctional group work practice. First, it demonstrates that neutralization of offending does not always have the negative implications for offenders that have been assumed by some commentators.
Neutralization may not preclude enrolment on to a correctional programme, is not always challenged in a confrontational way by practitioners and does not automatically result in suspension and the application of more punitive criminal sanctions.
Second, the article demonstrates the difficulties that practitioners and participants face in tackling neutralizations in this context.
Our findings suggest a need to rethink the central role that neutralizations play in aspects of contemporary criminal justice practice.
This article presents research evidence suggesting that adolescent to parent violence is a significant problem which needs to be clearly addressed in the youth justice policy agenda.
The article considers reasons for the absence of adolescent to parent violence in youth justice policy and argues for the importance of recognising and defining the problem and for the development of appropriate responses.
Essays in Honour of Paul Rock Clarendon: Oxford read more ISBN:Congratulations to Dr. Kirsten Condry, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, who has received the Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching for the academic year!
This award is one of RIT's most significant and it is a true testament to Dr.
Condry. 21G Gender and Japanese Popular Culture Fall Prof.
Ian Condry Global Studies and Languages T / R pm 14N Contact: [email protected] ARTICLE RESPONSE 1 Article Response to Condry and Condry () Julia Sneed Condry and Condry () set out to discover whether or not gender labels determined how an infant’s actions were perceived due to socially mediated gender roles.
Ian Condry (born ) is a cultural anthropologist and author. He graduated from Harvard University in with a B.A. in Government and received his Ph.D.
in Anthropology from Yale University in He is currently a Professor of Japanese Cultural Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Here is Lillian Allene Condry’s online obituary. Please accept heartoftexashop.com’s sincere condolences. It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Lillian Allene Condry of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, who passed away on March 6th , leaving to mourn family and heartoftexashop.com can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family.
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