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Recent publications by BOb researchers are listed here. For a more comprehensive list of research publications, see individual project web pages.
The Border Crossing Observatory reports on issues associated with border crossings and migration.
Bhui, HS, Bosworth, M & Fili, A 2018, 'Monitoring Immigration Detention at the Borders of Europe', Centre for Criminology, Oxford.
Bosworth, M 2018, ‘Alternatives to Detention: A Review’, in Review into the Welfare in Detention of Vulnerable Persons: A Report to the Home Office by Stephen Shaw.
Maher, S and Deng, SA 2018, ‘The role of transnational networks and mobile citizens in South Sudan’s global community A pilot study focused on Melbourne and Juba’, Rift Valley Institute and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Addis Ababa. March 2018.
Pickering, S & Powell, R 2017 'State of Evidence: Women and Irregular Migration', Migration Displacement and Briefing note series I, Oxfam Monash Partnership.
Pickering, S & Powell, R 2017 'State of Evidence: High Harm, High Volume Migration', Migration Displacement and Briefing Note Series II, Oxfam Monash Partnership.
Pickering, S & Powell, R 2017 'State of Evidence: Migration: A Positive Driver for Development', Migration Displacement and Briefing Note Series III, Oxfam Monash Partnership.
Pickering, S & Powell, R 2017 'Chapter 3 - Asia-Pacific', Fatal Journeys Volume 3 Part 2: Improving Data on Missing Migrants, International Organization for Migration, pp. 45-70.
Pickering, S, Tazreiter, C, Powell, R & Barry, J 2016, 'Information consumption and decision making of irregular migrants in Indonesia', Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Segrave, M 2017, 'Temporary migration and family violence: An analysis of victimisation, vulnerability and support', School of Social Sciences, Monash University Melbourne.
Tazreiter C, Pickering, S & Powell R 2017, ‘Rohingya women in Malaysia: decision-making and information sharing in the course of irregular migration’, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, RSCAS 2017/55, Global Governance Programme-283, EUI Working Paper Series, European University Institute, pp 1-42.
Bosworth, M, Franko, K & Pickering, S 2018, ‘Punishment, Globalization and Migration Control: ‘Get them the Hell out of Here’’, Punishment & Society, vol. 20, no.1, pp. 34-53.
Bosworth, M 2018, Online First, ‘Immigration Detention, Punishment and the Transformation of Justice’, Social & Legal Studies, vol. 27, no. 3, DOI: 10.1177/0964663917747341.
Bosworth, M, Fili, A & Pickering, S 2017, Online first, ‘Women and Border Policing at the Edges of Europe’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1408459\
Cochrane, B 2018, 'Harms at the Crossroads of Carework and Irregular Migration', Journal of Refugee Studies, fey056.
Tazreiter, C 2018 forthcoming, ‘Temporary migrants as an ‘uneasy presence’ in immigrant societies’. Special issue of International Journal of Comparative Sociology, Issue focus: Ambivalence in Migration, Peter Kivisto & Paolo Boccagni guest editors.
Tazreiter C 2017, ‘The unlucky in the ‘lucky country’: asylum seekers, irregular migrants and refugees and Australia’s politics of disappearance’, Special issue of Australian Journal of Human Rights, vol. 23, no. 2, pp.242-260, guest editors, Lisa Hill and Carolien van Ham.
Weber, L (forthcoming) ‘From state-centric to transversal borders: resisting the ‘structurally embedded border’ in Australia’, forthcoming in special issue of Theoretical Criminology 'Transforming Borders From Below: Theory and research from across the globe', co-edited by Marie Segrave and Nancy Wonders.
Weber, L & McCulloch, J (forthcoming) ‘Penal Power and Border Control: Which Thesis? Sovereignty, Governmentality, or the Preemptive State?’, forthcoming in Punishment and Society.
Weber, L, Mohn, S, Vecchio, F & Fili, A (forthcoming) ‘Beyond Deportation: Researching the control of outward mobility using a space of flows logic’, forthcoming in Global Networks.
Bosworth, M & von Zinneburg Carroll, K 2018, forthcoming, Bordered Lives, Sternberg Press, Berlin.
Bosworth, M, Parmar, A & Vázquez, Y (eds.) 2018, Race, Migration and Criminal Justice: Enforcing the Boundaries of Belonging, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Fili, A, Jahnsen, S & Powell, R 2018, Criminal Justice Research in an Era of Mass Mobility, Routledge, London.
Segrave, M, Milivojevic, S & Pickering, S 2018, Sex Trafficking and Modern Slavery: The absence of evidence, Routledge, Oxford.
Vecchio, F & Gerard, A (eds.) 2017, The Entrapment of Asylum Seekers, Palgrave MacMillan, London.
Weber, L, Fishwick, E & Marmo, M 2017, (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights, Routledge, London.
The Border Crossing Observatory has developed a number of briefing notes on issues associated with border crossings and migration.
- Research Brief #1: The role of operational police in immigration enforcement
- Research Brief #2: Structure and dynamics of migration policing networks
- Research Brief #3: Border deaths and border control policies
- Research Brief #4: Counting, discounting and accounting for border deaths
- Research Brief #5: Counting border deaths as deaths in custody
- Research Brief #6: Fluid Security in the Asia-Pacific: Exploring connections between mobility and security
- Research Brief #7: Fluid Security in the Asia-Pacific: Perceptions of (in)security amongst New Zealanders of Samoan origin in Australia
- Research Brief #8: Deportation practices across the Global North
- Research Brief #9: Fluid Security in the Asia-Pacific: The experiences of international students in Australia
- Research Brief #10: International student safety from crime
- Research Brief #11: Deportation trends in Australia
- Research Brief #12: Annual report on border-related deaths 2017
- Research Brief #13: Resisting the structurally embedded border
Australian Expert Panel on Asylum Seekers Research Brief Series
Research brief series prepared by the Border Crossing Observatory for submission to the Expert Panel during consultation, June 2012.
- Research Brief #1: Australian data on border related deaths
- Research Brief #2: Who dies between Australia and Indonesia?
- Research Brief #3: Deterrence: How has it impacted border related deaths
- Research Brief #4: Deterrence: How has it been used in the Australian asylum context and what are the results?
- Research Brief #5: Deterrence: The implications for Australian personnel at sea
Inquiry into oversight of police corruption and misconduct in Victoria – August 2017
- Submission by Leanne Weber and Jude McCulloch to the Inquiry into the Oversight of Police Corruption and Misconduct in Victoria
- Supplementary briefing note by Leanne Weber on Systemic Factors Likely to Influence the Prevalence of Police Misconduct and Prospects for Organisational Reform
- Transcript of evidence provided by Prof Jude McCulloch and Assoc Prof Leanne Weber ‘Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission Committee: Inquiry into the external oversight of police corruption and misconduct in Victoria’, Melbourne, February 26, 2018.