Non-tax Publications by author
Resulting from the wider research interests of CTSI staff and students
Understanding bullying from a shame management perspective: Findings from a
three-year follow-up study, Educational & Child Psychology 23(2) 2006:
Patterns of shame management and bullying status. In R. De Vitto & C. Slakmon (eds)
Restorative Justice. Brazilian Ministry of Justice in collaboration with
the United Nations Development Program, Brasilia, 2005: 321-248. (Portuguese)
Pastoral care to regulate school bullying: shame management among bystanders,
Pastoral Care 23(2) 2005: 23-29.
Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, J.
Shame, pride and workplace bullying. In S. Karstedt, I. Loader & H. Strang (eds)
Emotions, Crime and Justice. Hart Publishing, Oxford, forthcoming.
Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, J.
Forgiveness, shaming, shame and bullying, The Australian and New Zealand
Journal of Criminology 38(3) 2005: 298-323.
Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, V.
Forgiveness, reconciliation and shame: Three key variables in reducing school
bullying, Journal of Social Issues 62(2) 2006: 347-370.
Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, V.
"What, me ashamed?": Shame management and school bullying,
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency
40(10) 2004: 1-26.
Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, V.
Bullying and victimization: Cause for concern for both families and schools,
Social Psychology of Education 7 2004: 35-54.
Ahmed, E., Harris, N., Braithwaite, J. & Braithwaite, V.
Shame Management Through Reintegration.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2001. xiv + 375 pp.
(pdf book cover)
Meta Regulation of Justice, RegNet Occasional Paper No 4. Regulatory
Institutions Network, Australian National University, Canberra, 2005.
Neoliberalism or regulatory capitalism, RegNet Occasional Paper No 5.
Regulatory Institutions Network, Australian National University,
Braithwaite, J., Ahmed, E. & Braithwaite, V.
Shame, restorative justice and crime. In F. Cullen, J. Wright & K Belvins (eds)
Taking Stock: The Status of Criminological Theory, Advances in
Criminological Theory 15. Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ, 2006: 29-30.
Braithwaite, J., Braithwaite, V. & Ahmed, E.
Reintegrative shaming. In S. Henry & M. Lanier (eds) The Essential
Criminology Reader. Westview Press, Boulder, 2006: 286-296.
Braithwaite, J.& Roche, D.
Responsibility and restorative justice. In
G. Bazemore & M. Schiff (eds) Restorative Community Justice: Repairing Harm
and Transforming Communities. Anderson Publishing, Cincinnati, 2001.
Braithwaite, V. (ed)
Hope, Power and Governance, Special issue, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 592, 2004.
The hope process and social inclusion, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 592 2004: 128-151.
hope: Preface to 'Hope, Power and Governance', The Annals of the
American Academy of Political and Social Science 592 2004: 6-15.
Reducing ageism. In T.D. Nelson (ed) Ageism: Stereotyping and Prejudice against Older People. MIT Press, Cambridge 2002: 311-337.
Values and restorative justice in schools. In H. Strang & J. Braithwaite (eds) Restorative Justice: Philosophy to Practice. Ashgate, Aldershot, 2000: 121-144.
Braithwaite, V., Ahmed, E., Morrison, B. & Reinhart, M.
Researching the prospects for restorative justice practice in schools: The 'Life at School Survey' 1996-9. In L. Walgrave (ed) Repositioning Restorative Justice: Restorative Justice, Criminal Justice and Social Context. Willan Publishing, UK, 2003: 169-190.
Braithwaite, V. & Blamey, R.
Braithwaite, V. & Braithwaite, J.
Consenso, estabilidad y significado en los valores sociales abstractos. In M. Ros & V.V. Gouveia (coords) Psicologia Social de los Valores Humanos: Desarrollos Teoricos, Metodologicos y Aplicados. Biblioteca Neuva Universidad, Madrid, 2001: 153-172.
Democratic sentiment and cyclical markets in vice, British Journal of
Criminology 46(6) 2006: 1110-1127.
Braithwaite, V., Gatens, M. & Mitchell, D.
If mutual obligation is the answer, what is the question? Australian Journal of Social Issues 37(3) 2002: 225-245.
Braithwaite, V., Reinhart, M., Job, J. & Harris, N.
Family Tax Benefit and Cash Economy Activity. Report to the Department of
Family and Community Services. Regulatory Institutions Network, Australian
National University, Canberra, 2005. 107pp.
Dryzek, J. & Braithwaite, V.
On the prospects for democratic deliberation: values analysis applied to Australian politics, Political Psychology 21 2000: 241-266.
Shame, ethical identity and justice interventions: Lessons from research on the
psychology of influence. In S. Karstedt, I. Loader, & H. Strang (eds)
Emotions, Crime and Justice. Hart Publishing, Oxford (forthcoming).
Reintegrative shaming, shame and criminal justice, Journal of Social Issues
62(2) 2006: 327-346.
Reassessing the dimensionality of the moral emotions, British Journal of
Psychology 94(4) 2003: 457-473.
Harris, N. & Braithwaite, J.
Guilt. In N.J. Smelser & P.B. Baltes (eds) International Encyclopedia of the
Social and Behavioral Sciences. Pergamon, Oxford, 2001: 6445-6448.
Harris, N. & Maruna, S.
Shaming and restorative justice: A critical appraisal. In D. Sullivan & L. Tifft
(eds) Handbook of Restorative Justice: A Global Perspective. Routledge/Brunner-Routledge,
Harris, N., Walgrave, L. & Braithwaite, J.
Emotional dynamics in restorative conferences, Theoretical Criminology
8(1) 2004: 191-210.
Consumption, environmental sustainability and human geography in Australia: a missing research agenda? Australian Geographical Studies 41(2) 2003: 148-155.
Thinking habits into action: the role of knowledge and process in questioning household consumption practices, Local Environment 8(1) 2003: 95-112.
Competing discourses of sustainable consumption: Does the 'rationalisation of
lifestyles' make sense? Environmental Politics 11(2) 2003: 95-120.
Sustainable lifestyles: Rethinking barriers and behaviour change. In M.J. Cohen & J. Murphy (eds) Exploring Sustainable Consumption: Environmental Policy
and the Social Sciences. Pergamon, Oxford, 2001.
Building social and political trust: The role of civic engagement, The
International Scope Review 8(13) 2006: 1-23.
How is trust in government created? It begins at home, but ends in the
parliament, Australian Review of Public Affairs 6(1) 2005: 1–23.
Job, J. & Reinhart, M.
Trusting the Tax Office: Does Putnam’s thesis relate
to tax? Australian Journal of Social Issues 38(3) 2003: 307-334.
Marshall, D., Haughton, J. & Harris, N.
Young Men and Gambling in the ACT: An Exploratory Study of Attitudes,
Perceptions and Engagement. Australian National University and ACT Gambling
and Racing Commission, Canberra, 2005. 99 pp.
The Rough Guide to Restorative Justice and the Crime and Disorder Act.
Mediation UK, Bristol, 2001. 53pp.
Family group conferencing: A victim perspective. In B. Williams (ed) Victim
Focussed Social Work. Jessica-Kingsley, London, 2001: 45-65.
McMillen, J. & Wenzel, M.
Measuring problem gambling: Assessment of
three prevalence screens, International Gambling Studies (forthcoming).
Mikula, G. & Wenzel, M.
Justice and social conflicts: The impact of ideas of justice,
perceptions of injustice, and justice arguments on the emergence,
course and resolution of social conflicts, International Journal of Psychology 35 2000: 126-135.
Restoring Safe School Communities: A Whole School Response to Bullying, Violence and Alienation. Federation Press, Sydney (forthcoming).
School bullying and restorative justice: Toward a theoretical understanding of
the role of respect, pride and shame, Journal of Social Issues 62(2)
Philadelphia Aftercare Project Final Report. Fels Government Research
Service, Jerry Lee Centre of Criminology and University of Pennsylvania School
of Arts and Sciences.
Restorative justice in schools. In E. Elliott & R. Gordon (eds) New
Directions in Restorative Justice: Issues, Practice, Evaluation. Willan
Publishing, Devon, 2005.
Restorative justice in schools. In R De Vitto & C. Slakmon (eds)
Restorative Justice. Brazilian Ministry of Justice in collaboration wih the
United Nations Development Program, Brasilia, 2005: 295-319. (Portuguese)
Restorative justice in schools: International perspectives. In D.L. White, M.K.
Faber & B.C. Glen (eds) Proceedings in Persistently Safe Schools,
Hamilton Fish Institute, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, 2005:
Morrison, B. & Ahmed, E. (eds)
Restorative Justice and Civil Society: Emerging Practice, Theory
and Evidence, Special issue, Journal of Social Issues 62(2) 2006.
Morrison, B. & Ahmed, E.
Introduction, Special issue on Restorative Justice and Civil Society: Emerging Practice, Theory
and Evidence, Journal of Social Issues 62(2) 2006: 209-216.
Morrison, B. Blood, P. & Thorsborne, M.
Practicing restorative justice in school communities: Addressing the challenge
of culture change, Public Organization Review: A Global Journal 5(4)
Bullying and victimisation in the schools: A restorative approach, Trends and
Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice 219. Australian Institute of
Criminology, Canberra, 2002.
The school system: Developing its capacity in the regulation of a civil society.
In H. Strang & J. Braithwaite (eds) Restorative Justice and Civil Society.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2001.
Murphy, K., McKone, E. & Slee, J.
Absolute versus relative difference measures of priming: Which is appropriate
when baseline scores change with age? British Journal of Developmental
Psychology 24(2) 2006: 293-304.
Murphy, K., McKone, E. & Slee, J.
Dissociations between implicit and explicit memory in children: the role of
strategic processing and the knowledge base, Journal of Experimental Child
Psychology 84 2003: 124-165.
Newburn, T., Earle, R., Goldie, S., Campbell, A., Masters, G., Crawford, A.,
Sharpe, K., Hale, C., Saunders, R., Uglow, S. & Netten, A.
The Introduction of Referral Orders into the Youth Justice System: Second
Interim Report. RDS Occasional Paper No. 73. Home Office, London, 2001.
Newburn, T., Masters, G., Earle, R., Goldie, S., Crawford, A., Sharpe, K.,
Netten, A., Hale, C., Uglow, S. & Saunders, R.
The Introduction of Referral Orders into the Youth Justice System: First
Interim Report. RDS Occasional Paper No. 70. Home Office, London, 2001.
Platow, M., Wenzel, M. & Nolan, M.
The importance of social identity and self-categorization processes for creating and responding to fairness.
In S. A. Haslam, D. van Knippenberg, M. Platow & N. Ellemers (eds)
Social identity at Work: Developing Theory for Organizational Practice.
Taylor & Francis, New York, 2003: 261-276.
Baby Steps to SPSS Lessons and Some Statistics. Centre for Tax System
Integrity, Regulatory Institutions Network, ANU College of Arts and Social
Sciences, Australian National University, 2004.
Reinhart, M., Job, J. & Ahmed, E.
Baby Steps to Structural Equation Modelling with AMOS. Centre for Tax
System Integrity, Regulatory Institutions Network, ANU College of Arts and
Social Sciences, Australian National University, 2004.
Dimensions of restorative justice, Journal of Social Issues 62(2) 2006:
Truth Commission amnesties and the International Criminal Court, British
Journal of Criminology 45 2005: 565-581.
Accountability in Restorative Justice. Oxford University Press, Oxford,
Restorative justice and the regulatory state in South African townships, The
British Journal of Criminology 42(3) 2002: 514-533.
The evolving definition of restorative justice, Contemporary Justice Review 4 2001: 341-353.
Taylor, N. & McGarty, C.
The role of subjective group memberships and
perceptions of power in industrial conflict, Journal of Community and Applied
Social Psychology 11 2001: 389-393.
Waldzus, S., Mummendey, A. & Wenzel, M.
When ‘different’ means ‘worse’:
In-group prototypicality in changing intergroup contexts, Journal of
Experimental Social Psychology 41 2005: 76-83.
Waldzus, S., Mummendey, A., Wenzel, M. & Boettcher, F.
Of bikers, teachers and Germans: Groups' diverging views about their prototypicality, British Journal of Social Psychology 43 2004: 385-400.
Waldzus, S., Mummendey, A., Wenzel, M. & Weber, U.
Towards tolerance: Representations of superordinate categories and perceived ingroup prototypicality,
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 39 2003: 31-47.
A social categorisation approach to distributive justice. In W. Stroebe & M. Hewstone (eds) European Review of Social Psychology Vol 15,
Psychology Press, Hove, UK, 2004: 219-257.
What is social about justice? Inclusive identity and group values as the basis of the justice motive,
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 38 2002: 205-218.
A social categorization approach to distributive justice: Social
identity as the link between relevance of inputs and need for justice, British Journal of Social Psychology 40 2001: 315-335.
Justice and identity: The significance of inclusion for perceptions of entitlement and the justice motive,
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26(2) 2000: 157-176.
Wenzel, M.& Jobling, P.
Legitimacy of regulatory authorities as a
function of inclusive identification and power over ingroups and outgroups,
European Journal of Social Psychology 36 2006: 239-258.
Wenzel, M. & Mikula, G.
Conflicts, diplomacy and the psychology of justice. In T. Garling, G.
Backenroth-Osako, B. Ekehammar & L. Jonsson (eds) Diplomacy and psychology:
Prevention of armed conflicts after the cold war. Marshall Cavendish,
Singapore, (in press)
Wenzel, M., Mummendey, A., Weber, U. & Waldzus, S.
The ingroup as pars pro toto: Projection from the ingroup onto the inclusive category as a precursor to social discrimination,
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 2003: 461-473.
Wenzel, M., & Thielmann, I.
Why we punish in the name of justice: Just desert versus value
restoration and the role of social identity,
Social Justice Research
19 2006: 450-470.
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