Geraldine Mackenzie
Geraldine Mackenzie
Professor and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) Southern Cross University
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How judges sentence
G Mackenzie
Federation Press, 2005
A matter of judgement: The effect of information and deliberation on public attitudes to punishment
D Indermaur, L Roberts, C Spiranovic, G Mackenzie, K Gelb
Punishment & Society 14 (2), 147-165, 2012
Enhancing citizen engagement in cancer screening through deliberative democracy
L Rychetnik, SM Carter, J Abelson, H Thornton, A Barratt, VA Entwistle, ...
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 105 (6), 380-386, 2013
Sentencing and public confidence: Results from a national Australian survey on public opinions towards sentencing
G Mackenzie, C Spiranovic, K Warner, N Stobbs, K Gelb, D Indermaur, ...
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 45 (1), 45-65, 2012
Principles of sentencing
G Mackenzie, N Stobbs, J O'Leary
Federation Press, 2010
A Community Jury on PSA screening: what do well-informed men want the government to do about prostate cancer screening—a qualitative analysis
L Rychetnik, J Doust, R Thomas, R Gardiner, G MacKenzie, P Glasziou
BMJ open 4 (4), e004682, 2014
Automated screening for distress: A perspective for the future
R Rana, S Latif, R Gururajan, A Gray, G Mackenzie, G Humphris, J Dunn
European journal of cancer care 28 (4), e13033, 2019
Public preferences for sentencing purposes: What difference does offender age, criminal history and offence type make?
CA Spiranovic, LD Roberts, D Indermaur, K Warner, K Gelb, G Mackenzie
Criminology & Criminal Justice 12 (3), 289-306, 2012
Mandatory sentences in South Africa: lessons for Australia?
S Terblanche, G Mackenzie
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 41 (3), 402-420, 2008
Deliberative democracy and cancer screening consent: a randomised control trial of the effect of a community jury on men's knowledge about and intentions to participate in PSA …
R Thomas, P Glasziou, L Rychetnik, G Mackenzie, R Gardiner, J Doust
BMJ open 4 (12), e005691, 2014
Bargaining in the shadow of the law-using utility functions to support legal negotiation
J Zeleznikow, E Bellucci, UJ Schild, G Mackenzie
Proceedings of the 11th international conference on artificial intelligence …, 2007
Achieving consistency in sentencing: moving to best practice?
G Mackenzie
University of Queensland Law Journal 22 (1), 74-90, 2002
Evaluating the performance of Indigenous sentencing courts
N Stobbs, G Mackenzie
Australian Indigenous Law Review 13 (2), 90-105, 2009
An enduring influence: Sir Samuel Griffith and his contribution to criminal justice in Queensland
G Mackenzie
Queensland U. Tech. L. & Just. J. 2, 53, 2002
Negotiating about charges and pleas: balancing interests and justice
G Mackenzie, A Vincent, J Zeleznikow
Group Decision and Negotiation 24 (4), 577-594, 2015
The guilty plea discount: does pragmatism win over proportionality and principle?
G Mackenzie
Southern Cross University Law Review, 205-223, 2007
Homicide in abusive relationships: A report on defences
G Mackenzie, E Colvin
Report for the Attorney-General and Minister for Industrial Relations 7, 2009
Queensland sentencing manual
J Robertson, G Mackenzie
LBC Information Services, 1998
Sentencing and public confidence in Australia: The dynamics and foci of small group deliberations
N Stobbs, G Mackenzie, K Gelb
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 48 (2), 219-237, 2015
Bargaining in the shadow of a trial: adding notions of fairness to interest-based negotiation in legal domains
J Zeleznikow, E Bellucci, A Vincent, G Mackenzie
GDN 2007: Proceedings of Group Decision and Negotiation Meeting, Mt …, 2007
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