SSST presents: The Digital Criminal Justice Project: Vulnerability and the Digital Subject
The Social Studies of Science and Technology (SSST) seminar series is proud to present Dr Carolyn McKay, Senior Research Fellow and Co-Director of Sydney Institute of Criminology who will be visiting us digitally from Sydney to present her work.
Her talk is entitled “The Digital Criminal Justice Project: Vulnerability and the Digital Subject.”
This Australian Research Council funded Discovery Early Career Researcher Award project aims to evaluate the impact of digital justice - specifically digital audiovisual communication technologies - on fair and inclusive justice for vulnerable individuals involved in criminal proceedings.
It aims to develop an understanding of vulnerability as criminal procedure is increasingly digitalised. The project will investigate the range of vulnerable individuals who are subject to digital justice from the perspective of the judiciary and lawyers.
The seminar will take place on the video conferencing platform Zoom.
Meeting ID: 674 8096 2915
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