Loene Howes
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Teachers' career decisions: Perspectives on choosing teaching careers, and on staying or leaving
LM Howes, J Goodman-Delahunty
Issues in Educational Research 25 (1), 18-35, 2015
972015
Crime, criminality and criminal justice
R White, S Perrone, LM Howes
632019
Social persuasion to develop rapport in high-stakes interviews: Qualitative analyses of Asian-Pacific practices
J Goodman-Delahunty, LM Howes
Policing and society 26 (3), 270-290, 2016
542016
Forensic scientists’ conclusions: how readable are they for non-scientist report-users?
LM Howes, KP Kirkbride, SF Kelty, R Julian, N Kemp
Forensic science international 231 (1-3), 102-112, 2013
402013
Predicting career stability and mobility: Embeddedness and boundarylessness
LM Howes, J Goodman-Delahunty
Journal of Career Development 42 (3), 244-259, 2015
352015
Life course research design: Exploring career change experiences of former school teachers and police officers
LM Howes, J Goodman-Delahunty
Journal of Career Development 41 (1), 62-84, 2014
352014
The communication of forensic science in the criminal justice system: A review of theory and proposed directions for research
LM Howes
Science & Justice 55 (2), 145-154, 2015
322015
The readability of expert reports for non-scientist report-users: Reports of DNA analysis
LM Howes, R Julian, SF Kelty, N Kemp, KP Kirkbride
Forensic science international 237, 7-18, 2014
312014
The readability of expert reports for non-scientist report-users: Reports of forensic comparison of glass
LM Howes, KP Kirkbride, SF Kelty, R Julian, N Kemp
Forensic science international 236, 54-66, 2014
302014
Developing the methodology for an applied, interdisciplinary research project: Documenting the journey toward philosophical clarity
LM Howes
Journal of mixed methods research 11 (4), 450-468, 2017
252017
Career decisions by Australian police officers: a cross-section of perspectives on entering, staying in and leaving policing careers
LM Howes, J Goodman-Delahunty
Police practice and research 16 (6), 453-468, 2015
242015
The NEW adventures of the digital vigilante! Facebook users’ views on online naming and shaming
RM Dunsby, LM Howes
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 52 (1), 41-59, 2019
192019
Discord in the communication of forensic science: Can the science of language help foster shared understanding?
LM Howes, N Kemp
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 36 (1), 96-111, 2017
192017
High-stakes interviews and rapport development: practitioners’ perceptions of interpreter impact
J Goodman-Delahunty, LM Howes
Policing and Society 29 (1), 100-117, 2019
182019
Community interpreters’ experiences of police investigative interviews: how might interpreters’ insights contribute to enhanced procedural justice?
LM Howes
Policing and Society 29 (8), 887-905, 2019
122019
‘Sometimes I give up on the report and ring the scientist': bridging the gap between what forensic scientists write and what police investigators read
LM Howes
Policing and society 27 (5), 541-559, 2017
122017
A step towards increased understanding by non-scientists of expert reports: Recommendations for readability
LM Howes
Australian journal of forensic sciences 47 (4), 456-468, 2015
112015
Response to Recommendation 2 of the 2009 NAS Report—standards for formatting and reporting expert evaluative opinions: where do we stand?
LM Howes, KA Martire, SF Kelty
Forensic Science Policy & Management: An International Journal 5 (1-2), 1-14, 2014
102014
Critical thinking in criminology: critical reflections on learning and teaching
LM Howes
Teaching in higher education 22 (8), 891-907, 2017
72017
A federation of clutter: the bourgeoning language of vulnerability in Australian policing policies
LM Howes, I Bartkowiak-Théron, NL Asquith
Policing Encounters with Vulnerability, 89-117, 2017
62017
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