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Tracey Booth
Tracey Booth
Senior Lecturer in Law, Faculty of Law, University of Techology, Sydney
Verified email at uts.edu.au
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‘Cooling out’victims of crime: Managing victim participation in the sentencing process in a superior sentencing court
T Booth
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 45 (2), 214-230, 2012
652012
The illusory dichotomy of plagiarism
A Stuhmcke, T Booth, J Wangmann
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 41 (7), 982-995, 2016
372016
A comparative analysis of the victim policies across the Anglo-speaking world
T Booth, K Carrington
Handbook of victims and victimology, 396-432, 2012
332012
Integration and participation in comprehensive schools
T Booth
Forum 25 (2), 40-42, 1983
281983
Accommodating the expressive function of victim impact statements: The scope for victims’ voices in Dutch courtrooms
T Booth, AK Bosma, KME Lens
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (6), 1480-1498, 2018
252018
Accommodating justice: Victim impact statements in the sentencing process
T Booth
Accommodating Justice: Victim Impact Statements in the Sentencing Process …, 2016
192016
The process is the punishment: The case of bail in New South Wales
T Booth, L Townsley
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 21 (1), 41-58, 2009
192009
Fear at the top: killer whale predation drives white shark absence at South Africa’s largest aggregation site
AV Towner, RGA Watson, AA Kock, Y Papastamatiou, M Sturup, ...
African Journal of Marine Science 44 (2), 139-152, 2022
182022
Victim impact statements and the nature and incidence of offender remorse: Findings from an observation study in a superior sentencing court
T Booth
Griffith Law Review 22 (2), 430-455, 2013
172013
The dead victim, the family victim and victim impact statements in New South Wales
T Booth
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 11 (3), 292-307, 2000
14*2000
Collaboration and the social division of planning
T Booth
Collaboration and con ict: working with others. Research Highlights, 1983
131983
Victim impact statements, sentencing and contemporary standards of fairness in the courtroom
T Booth
Crime, victims and policy: International contexts, local experiences, 161-183, 2015
122015
Democracy in schools: Encouraging responsibility and citizenship through student participation in school decision making
S Varnham, M Evers, T Booth, C Avgoustinos
International Journal of Law and Education, 2014
122014
Victims support in policy and legal process in Australia
T Booth, K Carrington
Handbook of victims and victimology, 293-307, 2017
102017
Penalty, harm and the community: what role now for victim impact statements in sentencing homicide offenders in NSW?
T Booth
UNSWLJ 30, 664, 2007
102007
“No straight lines”: Self-represented litigants in family law proceedings involving allegations about family violence
M Kaye, J Wangmann, T Booth
ANROWS, 2020
92020
Voices after the Killing-Hearing the Stories of Family Victims in New South Wales
T Booth
Griffith L. Rev. 10, 25, 2001
92001
Preventing personal crossexamination of parties in Family Law proceedings involving family violence
M Kaye, J Wangmann, T Booth
Australian journal of family law 31 (2), 94-117, 2017
82017
The restorative capacities of victim impact statements: analysis of the victim—judge communication dyad in the sentencing of homicide offenders
T Booth
Restorative Justice 2 (3), 302-326, 2014
82014
Restoring victims' voices: Victim Impact Statements in the sentencing process.
T Booth
Reform, 59-62, 2005
82005
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