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Explaining Patterns of Urban Violence in Medellin, Colombia
C Doyle
Laws 5 (1), 2016
482016
Social urbanism: public policy and place brand
C Doyle
Journal of Place Management and Development, 2018
232018
‘Orthodox’ and ‘alternative’ explanations for the reduction of urban violence in Medellín, Colombia
C Doyle
Urban Research and Practice 12 (4), 2019
222019
The Importance of Incorporating Lived Experience in Efforts to Reduce Australian Reincarceration Rates
C Doyle, K Gardner, K Wells
International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 2021
172021
Insider and Outsider Fieldwork Challenges in Medellín, Colombia
LF Davila, C Doyle
International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 9 (3), 87-99, 2020
152020
Researching in volatile environments and the importance of adaptive methods for junior researchers
C Doyle, A McCarthy-Jones
Qualitative Research Journal 17 (4), 335-344, 2017
152017
From hierarchies to networks: The organizational evolution of the international drug trade
A McCarthy-Jones, C Doyle, M Turner
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 63, 2020
122020
“The Criminal Actors Have a Social Base in Their Communities”: Gangs and Service Provision in Medellín, Colombia
C Doyle
Latin American Politics and Society, 2021
102021
The Experiences of People Leaving Prison in the Australian Capital Territory
C Doyle, D Pfotenhauer, L Bartels, A Hopkins
https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/public-service-research-group/sites/cpsr/files …, 2020
62020
‘If I don't get a job in six months' time, I can see myself being back in there’: Post‐prison employment experiences of people in Canberra
C Doyle, S Yates, L Bartels, A Hopkins, H Taylor
Australian Journal of Social Issues 57 (3), 627-643, 2022
52022
What explains the reduction of urban violence in Medellin, Colombia?
C Doyle
UNSW Sydney, 2017
52017
“Most people don’t like a client group that tell you to get fucked”: Choice and control in Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme for formerly incarcerated people
H Dickinson, S Yates, S Dodd, F Buick, C Doyle
Public Policy and Administration 39 (1), 87-105, 2024
42024
Where specialist and mainstream service systems collide: The National Disability Insurance Scheme in prisons
S Yates, S Dodd, C Doyle, F Buick, H Dickinson
Australian Journal of Public Administration 81 (4), 611-628, 2022
42022
“People say you’re going home, but I don’t have a home”: Housing After Prison
C Doyle, S Yates, L Bartels, A Hopkins, H Taylor
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology …, 2022
42022
‘Just a bunch of what ifs and unknowns’: The post-prison service provision experiences of people in Canberra, Australia
C Doyle, S Yates, L Bartels, A Hopkins, H Taylor
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 70, 100546, 2022
42022
Perceptions and Realities of Violence in Medellín, Colombia
C Doyle
International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 8 (2), 149-166, 2019
42019
Rethinking prison visitation for children with incarcerated parents: Lessons from the Australian Capital Territory
J Cui, C Doyle, L Carey
Alternative Law Journal, 1037969X231161626, 2023
22023
The forgotten prisoners: Exploring the impact of imprisonment on people with disability in Australia
S Dodd, C Doyle, H Dickinson, F Buick, S Yates
Criminology & Criminal Justice, 17488958221120895, 2022
22022
'There’s not just a gap, there’sa chasm': the boundaries between Australian disability services and prisons
C Doyle, S Dodd, H Dickinson, S Yates, F Buick
Public Service Research Group (UNSW), 2022
22022
Reflecting on the Value of Community Researchers in Criminal Justice Research Projects
C Doyle, S Yates, J Hargrave
Social Sciences 11 (4), 166, 2022
22022
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