Critiquing the Inter-Disciplinary Literature on Food Fraud
Smith, Robert; Manning, Louise; McElwee, Gerard (2017-06)
The European Horsemeat Scandal of 2013 is a recent manifestation of the problem of ‘Food fraud’. It is important from a criminological perspective because it exists at the nexus between organized crime and bad business ...
The international emergence of rural criminology: Implications for the development and revision of criminological theory for rural contexts
Donnermeyer, Joseph F. (2019-11)
The objectives of this article are two-fold. First, it briefly reviews the historical development of rural criminology and rural crime studies. It argues that continued development of rural criminology requires two fundamental ...
#MeToo in regional, rural and remote Australia: An analysis of regional newspapers reports profiling the movement
Loney-Howes, Rachel; Fileborn, Bianca (2020-09)
The #MeToo movement sparked a global conversation and moment of reckoning in relation to sexual violence. The hashtag campaign, developed from a tweet sent by actress Alyssa Milano (though the phrase was originally coined ...