Australian Surveillance Studies (AusSS)

A Research Group in the Faculty of Arts and Education

 

PALMER

BOOKS

  • Das, D., Palmer, D and Berlin, M (2011) The Global Environment of Policing, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press-Taylor & Francis (under contract published November 15, 350pp.)
  • Marmo, M., de Lint, W and Palmer, D. (2011) eds Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, 4th ed, Sydney: Thomson, Law Book Co, in press, (under contract, published July 2011).
  • Palmer, D (2009) State Police in a State of Change: Re-making the Entrepreneurial Officer, VDM Verlag, Germany.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Palmer. D. 'Law Enforcement' In Marmo, M., de Lint, W and Palmer, D. eds Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, 4th ed, Sydney: Thomson, Law Book Co, in press, (under contract, published July 2011).
  • Coventry, G & Palmer, D (2008) 'Toward constituting a critical criminology for rural Australia.' In T Anthony and C Cunneen eds. The Critical Criminology Companion, Federation Press, NSW, pp.303-
    14.

JOURNAL ARTICLES (C1)

  • Warren, I. and Palmer, D. (2010) 'Crime Risks of 3d Virtual Environments, Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra. February.
  • Miller, P.G, Sonderlund, A and Palmer, D (2010a) Mapping the influence of community interventions targeting licensed venues on alcohol-related harm in Geelong. Australian Drug Foundation. Report, January 2010.
  • Palmer, D & Whelan C 2007 Policing in the "communal spaces" of Major Event Venues Police Practice and Research: An International Journal 8(5): 401-14.
  • Palmer, D & Whelan C 2006 Counter-terrorism across the policing continuum Police Practice and Research: An International Journal 7(5): 449-65.
  • Darren Palmer, Ian Warren and Peter Miller (2011) 'ID scanners in the night time economy', IEEE Technology and Society, Vol. 30, No. 3 Fall, 2011 (refereed).
  • Darren Palmer, Ian Warren and Peter Miller (2012) 'ID Scanning, the Media and the Politics of Urban Surveillance in an Australian Regional City', Surveillance and Society, 9(3): 293-309.
  • Darren Palmer, Ian Warren and Peter Miller (forthcoming) 'ID scanners in the night time economy: social sorting or social order', Trends and Issues in crime and justice, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.
  • Darren Palmer, Ian Warren and Peter Miller ID scanners and uberveillance in the night-time economy: Crime Prevention or invasion of privacy? (forthcoming) in K and M G Michael, Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

  • Palmer, D, Warren, I and Miller, P (2010) 'ID Scanners in the Night-time Economy', IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society, Conference peer review proceedings, Wollongong, 7-9 June.
  • King, T.J, Warren, I & Palmer, D (2008) 'Would Kitty Genovese Have Been Murdered in Second Life? The "Bystander Effect", Social Regulation and the Potential for Research using Online Technologies', Refereed proceedings of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) conference, Reimagining Sociology University of Melbourne, 2-5 December 2008.
  • Warren, I, Palmer, D, King, T, & Segrave, S (2008) Teachers, Regulation and Good Conduct in Second Life, refereed proceedings of the Second Life Education Community Conference, Tampa, Florida, 5-7 September 2008. 7
  • Warren, I., Palmer, D. and King (2008) T. Second Life and the Role of Educators as Regulators, Refereed proceedings of the 2008 Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite) annual conference, Deakin University, Burwood, 30 November to 3 December, 2008. Whelan, C., and Palmer, D. (2006) 'Responding to Terrorism through Networks at Sites of Critical
    Infrastructure: A Case Study of Australian Airport Security Networks'. In: Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2006, 27 October, 2006, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/6894/
  • Palmer, D and Warren, I (2011) 'Surveillance and the disorderly body: ID scanners in the contemporary night time economy', paper delivered at the Inaugural Surveillance and Everyday Life conference, University of Sydney (July 8).
  • Palmer, D and Warren, I (2011) 'Re-territorializing governing', paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Conference, 28-30 September, Geelong.
  • Warren, I and Palmer, D (2011) 'Privacy as a Criminological Construct', paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Conference, 28-30 September, Geelong.
  • D Palmer and I Warren (2012) 'Nation of the Banned? Governing through Zones of Exclusion' (20 Feb), paper presented at the International Surveillance and Everyday Life conference, University of Sydney
  • I Warren and D Palmer (2012) Theorising Surveillance, Policing and the London Riots of August 2011 (21 Feb.), paper presented at the International Surveillance and Everyday Life conference, University of Sydney
  • R. Evans (2012) 'Extension, reversal, retrieval, obsolesence': applying McLuhan to surveillance' (21 Feb.), paper presented at the International Surveillance and Everyday Life conference, University of Sydney
  • Palmer, D 'Surveillance, Policing and the Control of Territory' presentation to the Sixth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: 'Sousveillance and Point of View Technologies in Law Enforcement'. University of Sydney, 23 Feb. (peer review publication forthcoming in IEEE Technology & Society Magazine at the end of 2012, co-edited by Professors Michael and Andrew Goldsmith).

WARREN

BOOKS

  • Warren, I. (2009) Outlaw Governance: Boxing and Western Law, VDM: Saarbrucken, Germany

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Warren, I. 'Drugs, Crime and the Law in Australia,' in Fraser, S. and Moore, D. eds, Drugs, Health and Crime, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, in press August 2011.
  • Warren, I. 'What is Crime'? In Marmo, M., de Lint, W and Palmer, D. eds Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology, 4th ed, Sydney: Thomson, Law Book Co, in press, July 2011.
  • James, S. and Warren, I. (2010), 'Australian Police Responses to Transnational Crime and Terrorism' in J. Eterno and D. Das (eds) Transnational Crime and the Law: An Overview of Current Practices.
  • Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 131-172.
  • Warren, I. and Hay, R. (2010) 'Fencing Them In': the A-League, Policing and the Dilemma of Public Order' in C. Hallinan and J Hughson (eds) The Containment of Soccer in Australia: Fencing off the World Game, London: Routledge, pp. 124-141.

JOURNAL ARTICLES (C1)

  • Warren, I. and Palmer, D. (2010) 'Crime Risks of 3d Virtual Environments', Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice no. 388, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.
  • Warren, I. and Hay, R. (2009) '"Fencing Them In": The A-League, Policing and the Dilemma of Public Order', Soccer and Society, Vol. 9, No. 4.
  • Symons, C. and Warren, I. (2006) 'David v. Goliath: The Gay Games, The Olympics, and the Ownership of Language', Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1.
  • Warren, I. (2005) '"Papa" Jack and US Federal Interventions', Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, Vol. 3, No. 1.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  • Palmer, D., Warren, I. and Miller P. (2010) 'ID Scanners in the Night-Time Economy', in K. Michael ed., Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS '10) pp. 234-241, University of Wollongong P103.
  • Warren, I. (2009) 'Vigilantism, the press and signal crimes 2006 - 2007', in Marie Segrave ed., Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, pp. 275-284,
    Melbourne: Monash University at http://arts.monash.edu.au/criminology/c3-conference-proceedings/

EVANS

BOOKS

  • 2009 Disasters that Changed Australia, Carlton: Victory Books
  • 2007 Constructing Australia, Carlton: Melbourne University Press

BOOK CHAPTER

  • 2010 '"Unusual industrial organizations": Police unions, reaction and reform', in Colleen Lewis, Janet Ransley and Ross Homel (eds), The Fitzgerald Legacy: Reforming public life in Australia and beyond, Academic Press, Brisbane.

JOURNAL ARTICLES (C1)

  • 2008 "A menace to this realm": The New Guard and the New South Wales Police, 1931-32', History Australia (ERA B), vol 5., no. 3, Dec 2008.

WHELAN

BOOKS

  • Whelan, C (2011) Networks and National Security: Dynamics, Effectiveness and Organisation, Ashgate (under contract)

JOURNAL ARTICLES (C1)

  • Palmer, D & Whelan C 2007 Policing in the "communal spaces" of Major Event Venues Police Practice and Research: An International Journal 8(5): 401-14.
  • Palmer, D & Whelan C 2006 Counter-terrorism across the policing continuum Police Practice and Research: An International Journal 7(5): 449-65.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  • Whelan, C., and Palmer, D. (2006) 'Responding to Terrorism through Networks at Sites of Critical Infrastructure: A Case Study of Australian Airport Security Networks'. In: Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2006, 27 October, 2006, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/6894

PATTERSON

JOURNAL

  • Patterson, Nicholas C. and Hobbs, Michael 2012, Virtual world security inspection, Journal of networks, vol. 7, no. 7, Special Issue : Data and security issues in web services.

CONFERENCE PAPER

  • Patterson, Nicholas, Hobbs, Michael and Abawajy, Jemal (2012) Virtual property theft detection framework, in Unknown (ed.), TRUSTCOM 2012 : Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, pp. 1-8, IEEE, Piscataway, N. J.
  • Patterson, Nicholas and Hobbs, Michael (2011) Virtual world security inspection : a software inspection process carried out on popular virtual world environments, in Warren, Matthew (eds), ATIS 2011 : Proceedings of the 2nd Applications and Techniques in Information Security Workshop, pp. 1-9, School of Information Systems, Deakin University, Melbourne, Vic.
  • Patterson, Nicholas Charles and Hobbs, Michael (2010) A multidiscipline approach to governing virtual property theft in virtual worlds, in Berleur, Jacques; Hercheui, Magda David and Hilty, Lorenz M. (eds), What kind of information society? : governance, virtuality, surveillance, sustainability, resilience : 9th IFIP TC 9 international conference, HCC9 2010 and 1st IFIP TC 11 international conference, CIP 2010, held as part of WCC 2010, Brisbane, Australia,, pp. 161-171, Springer, Berlin, Germany
  • Patterson, Nicholas C. and Hobbs, Michael (2010) Can virtual world property be considered a digital good?, in Kommers, Piet; Issa, Tomayess and Isaias, Pedro (eds), IADIS ITS 2010 : Proceedings of THE IADIS International Conference : Internet Technologies & Society, pp. 33-40, IADIS Press, Perth, Australia

ABSTRACT PRESENTATION

  • Patterson, N. C. (2011) Virtual Thievery: An Insight Into The Criminal Mind Of Virtual Property Thieves. 5th ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference. Geelong, Australia.

 


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