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Expert and public narratives on crime in New Zealand : gaps and opportunities. A short guide Marianne Elliott and Jess Berentson-Shaw

By: Elliott, Marianne.
Contributor(s): Berentson-Shaw, Jess.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : The Workshop, 2019Description: electronic document (20 pages) ; PDF file.Subject(s): JustSpeak | The Workshop | ATTITUDES | CRIMINAL JUSTICE | MEDIA | SOCIAL CHANGE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website Summary: This short, illustrated guide summarises the findings of the longer report (#6449) on the first phase of the authors' research looking at how experts and the public currently talk and think about crime and justice. The authors summarise the findings of their analysis of the gaps and overlaps between those two narratives and they make some preliminary recommendations based on their findings. This work was conducted in partnership with JustSpeak and supported by the Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation, The Tindall Foundation and the JR McKenzie Trust. (From the website). Record #6450
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This short, illustrated guide summarises the findings of the longer report (#6449) on the first phase of the authors' research looking at how experts and the public currently talk and think about crime and justice. The authors summarise the findings of their analysis of the gaps and overlaps between those two narratives and they make some preliminary recommendations based on their findings. This work was conducted in partnership with JustSpeak and supported by the Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation, The Tindall Foundation and the JR McKenzie Trust. (From the website). Record #6450