Dr Sue King's publications


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Sue King, David Bamford and Rick Sarre (2005) Factors that influence remand in custody: final report to the Criminology Research Council, Criminology Research Council, Canberra.

Journal articles

S King (2013) ‘The challenges of inclusivity for students with a criminal history’, Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 15(2).

S King (2012) ‘Prison work in a postmodern world’, Revista de Asistenta Sociala, 3: 43–54.

E Carson, S King and L Papatraianou (2011) ‘Resilience among social workers: the role of informal learning in the workplace’, Practice, 23(5): 267–278.

S King (2009) ‘Reconciling custodial and human service work: the complex role of the prison officer’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 21(2): 257–272.

S King, D Bamford and R Sarre (2009) ‘Discretionary decision-making in a dynamic context: the influences on remand decision-makers in two Australian jurisdictions’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 21(1): 24–40.

S Kings, D Bamford and R Sarre (2008) ‘The remand strategy: assessing outcomes’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 20(3): 327–344.

F Verity and S King (2008) ‘Responding to intercommunal conflict: what can restorative justice offer?’, Community Development Journal, 43(4): 470–482.

S King and E Carson (2003) ‘Social outcomes of urban renewal’, Australian Planner, 40(1): 27–31.

Essays, papers and comments

Rick Sarre, Sue King and David Bamford (2006) Remand in custody: critical factors and key issues, Trends and Issues No 310, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.

David Bamford, Sue King and Rick Sarre (1999) Factors affecting remand in custody: a study of bail practices in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia, Research and Public Policy Series No 23, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra.

Conference presentations

S King, E Carson and L Papatraianou, ‘Sustaining the workforce through professional networks’, ANZTSR, Hobart, 2012.

S King, ‘Navigating the challenges of inclusivity for students with a criminal history’, AASWWE, Adelaide, 2012.

S King, ‘Social inclusivity in social work education: the challenge of students with criminal records’, poster presentation to Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, 2010.

S King, ‘The work of prison officers in a diverse society, International Society of Justice Research, Adelaide, 2008.

S King, ‘Garnering respect and minimising vulnerability: prison officers thinking about their work’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Adelaide, 2007.

S King, ‘The changing of the guard: the prison officer as manager and peacemaker’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Hobart, February 2006.

S King, ‘The correctional officer as a manager of prisoners’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Wellington, 2005.

S King, ‘Bail or remand in custody: good practice’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Wellington, 2005.

S King, ‘Social work and restorative justice’, Global Social Work Conference, IASW, Adelaide, October 2004. http://www.restorativejustice.org/10fulltext/king/view

S King and F Verity, ‘Restorative justice and community work: a neat fit or missing the point?’ New Frontiers in Restorative Justice Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, December 2004.

R Sarre, S King and D Bamford, ‘Factors affecting remand in custody in two Australian jurisdictions: some methodological challenges for those exploring systemic issues’, Evaluation in Crime and Justice: Trends and Methods Conference, Canberra, March 2003. http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/conferences/evaluation/sarre.pdf

S King, David Bamford and Rick Sarre, ‘The effect of custodial remand on key outcomes in the criminal justice system’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, September 2003.

S King, ‘“Normal humans doing an unusual job”: understandings of correctional officers’ work’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, September 2003.

S King, David Bamford and Rick Sarre, ‘Remand in custody’, American Society of Criminology Conference, Chicago, 2002.

S King, ‘The changing role of the prison officer: innovations and tensions’, American Society of Criminology Conference, Chicago, 2002.

S King, ‘Prison officers’ work: changing conceptualisations’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Brisbane, 2002.

S King, David Bamford and Rick Sarre, ‘Remand in custody: a systemic analysis of a growing problem’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Brisbane, 2002.

S King, ‘Prison – a new or renewed response to crime?’ Australian Institute of Criminology, Fourth National Outlook Conference, Canberra, 2001. http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/conferences/outlook4/king.pdf

S King and Ed Carson, ‘Globalisation, urban renewal and community re-formation’, AASW National Conference, Melbourne, 2001.

S King and Ed Carson, ‘Community renewal and re-formation: the challenge of urban regeneration’, Life Journeys Conference, Adelaide, 2001.

S King, ‘Unsentenced women in custody’, Women in Corrections: Staff and Clients Conference, Adelaide, 2000. http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/conferences/womencorrections/kinguwc.pdf

S King, ‘Women and the changing work of prison officers’, Women in Corrections: Staff and Clients Conference, Adelaide, 2000.

S King, Ed Carson and Jane Roland, ‘Intensive assistance, mentoring and post-placement support’, 7th National Conference on Unemployment, Unemployment and Labour Market Policies, Sydney, 2000.

S King, ‘Private prisons, the South Australian model’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Brisbane, 1998.

S King, ‘Culture change in correctional services: can education help?’ Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Gold Coast, 1997.

S King and Rosemary Kennedy, ‘Australian higher education in justice administration’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Gold Coast, 1997.

Areas of study and research

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