Welcome to the blog of the Irish Criminology Research Network. The network established in 2009 comprises of researchers, students, academics and practitioners with an interest in criminology and the Irish criminal justice system. Our members are from a range of academic institutions and agencies north and south of Ireland. Members of the network research and write about crime, criminal justice and criminology in Ireland and further afield. The blog aims to discuss issues of critical concern.
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- Student Blog! ‘An Analysis of the Influences of Labelling Theory in the Children Act 2001’This week we are featuring guest blogs from two students in Dr Deirdre Healy’s […]
- Student Blog! ‘Panicking Our Rights Away?’This week we are featuring guest blogs from two students in Dr Deirdre Healy’s […]
- Deconstructing diversion? The role of the power to punish in explaining distinct approaches to youth justiceThis guest blog was written by Siobhán Buckley. Siobhán is an Irish Research Council […]
- The Politics of PunishmentLouise Brangan is a Lecturer in Criminology in University of Stirling. Her new book […]