John LI.J. Edwards Lecture – Anthony Doob

February 3, 2014

DOOBS posterIn honour of the John LI.J. Edwards Lecture, presented this year by Emeritus Professor Anthony Doob, The Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice is making four of his contributions to the journal open access for a week. Anthony Doob is a longstanding contributor to the journal, and the last issue of 2013 was A Festschrift in Honour of Anthony N. Doob, which will be available for purchase at the event.

Free to read for the week, Feb. 4 – Feb 11, 2014 are:

CJCCJ 45.1 It’s All in the Denominator: Trends in the Processing of Girls in Canada’s Youth Courts
CJCCJ 46.5 “Taking Down the Straw Man” or Building a House of Straw? Validity, Equity, and the Custody Rating Scale
CJCCJ 49.1 The Sentencing of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Youth: Understanding Local Variation 1
CJCCJ 55.2 Punishment Severity and Confidence in the Criminal Justice System1

The lecture is taking place this Thursday, February 6th, if you wish to attend, please contact Lori Wells: 416-978-3722 x 226 or

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