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BOYD, NEIL T.
Critical analysis of Canadian criminal law; homicide; Canadian narcotics legislation; the legal control of pornography; workplace violence; biology of male and female violence.
Computational criminology; pattern theory; environmental criminology; crime prevention through environmental design; criminal justice planning; policy evaluations.
BRANTINGHAM, PAUL J.
Computational criminology; environmental criminology; ecology of crime; crime analysis; historical criminology; comparative criminal justice; legal aid and related matters.
The sociology of professions; Corporate financial crimes and misconduct; White collar crime; The use of social science research evidence in court; Women in the professions; Feminist jurisprudence, methodology, and perspectives; Criminal law, procedure and evidence; Wrongful convictions.
FATTAH, EZZAT A.
Theoretical and comparative criminology; crime and social change/social development; integrative theories/models in criminology; theoretical and applied victimology; theories of victimization (and of target selection); fear of crime/fear of victimization; crime and victimization of the elderly; restorative justice; mediation; criminal law reform; criminal policy; punishment and deterrence; death penalty.
Research methodology; program evaluation; multivariate statistical techniques; forensic psychology; deinstitutionalization; sex offender treatment; public perceptions of crime.
GORDON, ROBERT M.
Health law, including mental health law; adult guardianship and adult protection law, including the law relating to public guardians and trustees; supported and substitute decision making; abuse and neglect of the elderly; medical assistance in dying; commercial and international attacks on academic integrity.
JACKSON, MARGARET A.
Criminal justice policy analysis; violence against women and children; judicial attitudes, sentencing behaviour and risk assessment.
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