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SASCV 2011 : First International Conference of South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV)

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Link: http://www.sascv.org/conf2011
 
When Jan 15, 2011 - Jan 17, 2011
Where Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Submission Deadline Oct 10, 2010
Categories    criminology   victimology   cyber crimes   cyber security
 

Call For Papers

You are invited to submit an abstract for presentation at this international event. Each presentation will encourage and promote the involvement and interaction of the conference participants on some aspect of one of the following sub themes.

The main theme of the Conference is
CRIME AND VICTIMIZATION IN THE GLOBALIZED ERA
Crime and Victimization are no longer confined to boundaries. Criminals as well as their victims have transcended their borders due to globalization and growth of modern technologies. Though, illegal drug trade, money laundering, sex rackets do exist before the globalized era the contemporary cases of Terrorism and Cyber Crimes have significantly changed the crime and victimization scenario. Internationalization of crime and victimization needs to be examined in-depth and conventional solutions have found to be ineffective. There is a need to analyze global as well as glocal aspects of crime and victimization and this conference is a move in this direction. This conference will also try to redraw the boundaries of criminology, justice and victim rights.

The major sub themes are
1. Terrorism and Extremism
The facet of Terrorism has changed Post 9/11. In this context, there are some vital questions which needs to be answered. How can Terrorism and extremism which constitute a continuous threat to the peace, security and stability be comprehensively confronted by a unified and effective global strategy? What could be a comprehensive definition of terrorism that is acceptable to all? How do contemporary societies and states, supply, people with personal security, societies with economic growth, groups with social protection and individuals with rights? What kind of guidelines and codes of conduct should be developed by security agencies for observing obligations under international law including human rights, humanitarian and refugee laws?
Sub focal themes - International Terrorism, Cross border Terrorism, Terrorism Laws, Sociology of Extremism, Terrorists or freedom fighters? Victims of Terrorism, 9/11, 7/7, 26/11, Communal violence and Terrorism, Terrorism and Identity, Terrorism and Labelling, Cyber Terrorism and Terrorists Use of Internet.

2. Cyber Crimes, Laws and Security
Cyber Crimes, the most modern of all crimes have become a nebulous issue to be dealt by many countries, due to the borderless nature of cyber victimization. There are few questions to be examined: Old wine in New bottles or New wine in old bottles: Whether the Cyber Crimes are different from conventional crimes or the cyber space is only assisting as a medium for traditional crimes? Is ethical hacking really ethical? How far is Cyber security a legal and a technical issue of crucial importance for many organizations and the state? In the era of globalization how do new regulatory security mandates emerge as civil liability and security concerns? What are the legal strategies and actions, which can and should be taken to manage security compliance and risks? What are the Challenges of Securing Knowledge Resources on Internet and Intranet? How can Intellectual Property Rights be protected in the cyber space? What are the Challenges of Policing Cyber space?
Sub focal themes - Forms of Cyber Crime, Impact of Cyber crimes in the real world, Policing Cyber space, developing cyber safety policy, intrusion investigations, information security, Cyber Victims, Cyber Psychopathology, Cyber offender behavior, cyber crime laws, Privacy, Internet Fraud & Identity Theft, Copyright and Intellectual property Law, and Issues of Cyber Security.

3. Crimes of Culture and Culture of Crimes
There are distinctive social arrangements such as Honor killing which promote the crimes of culture and thereby fostering a culture of crime. The culture of crime is characterized by attitudes, beliefs and assumptions. There is a need to identify concerns about victims, anti-social behavior and how public safety dominates social policy. Also there is a need to examine how pluralistic societies abhors victimization women in the name of culture.
Sub focal themes - Honor Killings, Hate Crimes, Caste based discrimination, Youth Culture and Victimization, Media and Crime.

4. Marginality, Social Exclusion and Victimization
Marginality and social exclusion have victimized many. There are oppressed and suppressed groups in the society. These groups are criminalized as well as victimized. Marginality needs to examined from a victimological perspective. The practices of developing policies to include marginal communities and prevent them from further victimization needs to be analyzed.
Sub focal themes - Gender Victimization (including Transgender), Dalits victimization, Homelessness and Victimization, Vandalism, Structural Violence, Street Youth Victimization, and Criminalization of poor.

5. Criminal Victimization in South Asia and Victimization of South Asians in other countries
South Asia has become a potential zone of international crime analysis. Some of the Patterns of Criminal victimization are unique to South Asia. Corruption, criminal violence, terrorism, extremism, poverty, environmental degradation, white collar/cyber crimes, violations of human rights, state sponsored terrorism, crime against humanity, are some of the major issues that place South Asia in the international crime map. The new form of individual and collective victimization of South Asians in other countries have become the focus of media and academics. The realities, myths and fallacies of victimization of South Asians needs to be analyzed from aspects of cultural relativism, cultural imperialism, cultural pluralism and cultural assimilation.
Sub focal themes - Delay in Justice and culture of impunity: Secondary Victimization and negative impacts, Political crime and victimization, Human trafficking, Corruption, Victimization of South Asians in other countries, Rehabilitation of Victims and Offenders, Restorative Justice Models, Victim support systems, and Indigenous redressal mechanisms.

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