Australian and New Zealand Society for Criminology (ANZSOC) Early Career Award



The ANZSOC Early Career Award is given each year for the best publication in criminology written by a member of the Society who qualifies as an early career researcher or practitioner. The Criteria to be considered in judging are: The relevance of the subject-matter to criminology; the academic quality of the publication; the extent of the author’s contribution to the publication; and the publication’s contribution to scholarship.

Awarded for
Deegan, S.J., (2021). 'The Meaning of Murder: Family Members in the Lives of Juvenile Homicide Offenders. British Journal of Criminology 61(1): 85-103.
Degree of recognitionNational
Granting OrganisationsAustralian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

Awarded at event

Event title33rd Annual Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology
LocationOnline (covid) , Show on map
Period8 Dec 2021 → 10 Dec 2023