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Dr. Nicole Asquith
|Position||Senior Lecturer in Criminology|
|Area||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Phone||+61 3 522 72190|
|Role and profile||Senior Lecturer|
|Teaching responsibilities||Unit Chair: Designing and Conducting Criminological Research, Criminological Theory|
|Current research projects||
• Understanding the Role of Verbal and Textual Hostility in Hate Crime Regulation [with the London Metropolitan Police]
• Vulnerability and Policing
Teaching Merit Certificate [University of Tasmania]
Teaching Excellence Award [University of Bradford]
Australia Day Awards - Community Project of the Year
Bachelor of Labour Studies [University of Adelaide]
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) [University of NSW]
PhD [University of Melbourne]
Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology
British Society of Criminology
European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control
|Research link||View Deakin associated research data|
Asquith, N.L. (2013). Understanding the Role of Verbal and Textual Hostility in Hate Crime Regulation. London, London Metropolitan Police Service.
White, R.D., Haines, F. & Asquith, N.L. (2012). Crime and Criminology (fifth edition). South Melbourne, Oxford University Press.
Bartkowiak-Théron, I. & Asquith, N.L. (2012). The Extraordinary Intricacies of Policing Vulnerability, Australasian Policing: Journal of Professional Practice and Research, 4(1).
Bartkowiak-Théron, I. & Asquith, N.L. (eds) (2012). Policing Vulnerability. Sydney, Federation Press.
Asquith, N.L. (2010). Verbal and Textual Hostility in Context, in N. Chakraborti (ed) Hate Crime: Concepts, Policy, Future Directions. Devon: Willan Publishing, pp.99-123.