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Restorative/transformative justice; social philosophy of punishment and abolitionism; critical analysis of the prison; fear of crime; prison writing; prison ethnography; prison education; criminological theory.
Feminist theory; gender/race/class relations and crime; media imagery of criminalized women; philosophical/historical criminology; women's prisons; witch-hunts; social justice; political prisoners; prisoner auto/biographies; prison abolition.
Critical criminology; prostitution; prostitution law; sociology of punishment; research confidentiality;assisted suicide.
VERDUN-JONES, SIMON N.
Criminal law; procedure and evidence; Canadian and international mental health law and policy; criminal law reform; comparative criminal law and procedure; mentally disordered offenders; Canadian criminal justice system; criminal justice history; victims' rights; family violence and the law; plea bargaining; sexual abuse of children and the law; mental disorder defence, fitness to stand trial; international perspectives on criminal justice; sentencing; expert testimony; violence and aggression in mental health facilities; long-term and dangerous offenders; risk assessment and risk management; psychopathy and the criminal justice system; international criminal justice and the International Criminal Court.