Michael's Publlcations & Academic Writing

Below are some of the academic and published papers written by Dr Michael Kennedy.
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Publications

Austin, W. and Kennedy, M. (2002)  Cross Cultural Communication.  New South Wales Police News  82, 21-23.

Kennedy, M. (2000)  Arabic Speaking Young People, the Police and the Media. In: Collins, J. and Poynting, S., (Eds.)  The Other Sydney, pp. 79-105.  Common Ground:  Melbourne

Kennedy, M. (2001)  Sydney’s Lebanese Community: A Soft Target for Policing.   Lebanese-American University, Beirut.

Kennedy, M. (2001)  Systems Bullying (The Police). In: McCarthy, P., Rylance, J., Bennett, R. and Zimmermann, H., (Eds.)  Bullying,  2nd edn. pp. 34-43.  Federation Press:  Sydney

Kennedy, M. (2001) Zero Tolerance Policing and Arabic Speaking Young People,  NSW Council for Civil Liberties (www.nswccl.org.au):  Sydney.

Kennedy, M (2003) Commonwealth Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs - Crime in the Community, 26 February. Commonwealth of Australia.

Kennedy, M (2005) Un amende honourable. PAUWS (University of Western Sydney Post Graduate Association) Newsletter  9 March, p.12.

Kennedy, M. (2005) The Police: A Culture Of Corruption or The Duplicity Of Hegemony, Australian Institute of Criminology  (http://www.aic.gov.au/policing/performance.html ):  Canberra.

Kennedy, M. (2006) Media's Watchdog Role. Sydney Morning Herald, 24 January.

Kennedy, M. (2006) The Big Lie: Well, it appears on the surface to be a contradiction, but in reality it's not? Civil Liberty, Issue 205 June. pp. 15 -16.

Kennedy, M. (2006) Aggressive Policing Strategies Will Always Enable the Ends to Justify the Means. Civil Liberty, Issue 206 September. pp. 14 -15.

Kennedy, M. (2006) The Shallow Pond of Identity Politics. Civil Liberty, Issue 207 December. pp. 22-23.

Kennedy, M. (2007) The New York Miracle. Civil Liberty, Issue 208 March. pp. 18 -19.

Kennedy, M. (2007) The Deserving Few and the Undeserving Many. Civil Liberty, Issue 209 June. pp. 16 - 17.

Kennedy, M. (2007) AFP, APEC, Dr Haneef and the Bloomsbury Set. Civil Liberty, Issue 211 September. pp. 22-23.

Kennedy, M. (2008) The Green Light. Civil Liberty, Issue 212 March. pp.16-17.

Kennedy, M. (2008) Taxi to the progressive side. Civil Liberty, Issue 213 June. pp.16-17.

Kennedy, M. (2008) Gerry Fletcher Is A Decent Man. Civil Liberty, Issue 214 September. pp.16-17.

Kennedy, M. (2008) Gerry Fletcher Is A Decent Man. But Who Cares?. Civil Liberty, Issue 215 December. pp. 25-27.

Kennedy, M. (2008) The Police: Means, Ends and the Rule of Law. VDM Publishing. Saarbrücken.

Kennedy, M. (2009) The Dysfunctional Family. Civil Liberty, Issue 216 March. pp. 18 -20.

Kennedy, M. (2009) Civil Liberties and Civil Behaviour. Civil Liberty, Issue 217 June. pp.8 -20.

Kennedy, M. (2009) Enemies of The State. Civil Liberty, Issue 218 September. pp.24 - 26.

Kennedy, M. (2009) The Unvarnished Truth. Civil Liberty, Issue 219 December. pp.20 - 21.

Kennedy, M. (2010) The Rule of Law. Or Rule by Fear. Civil Liberty, Issue 220. March. pp.12 -14.

Kennedy, M. (2010) The Overlook. Civil Liberty, Issue 221. June. pp.14 -17.

Kennedy, M. (2010) ‘The Contradictions of Teaching and Learning Systemisation: Does an Outcome-based Approach Really Produce ‘Quality’ Practitioners?’ The Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (Forthcoming).

Kennedy, M. and Bernie, D. (2001) National Crime Authority. Civil Liberty .May, pp.19-20.

Kennedy, M. and McQueen, K. (2002) There But For The Grace of God. New South Wales Police News  82, 19-21.

Kennedy, M. and McQueen, K. (2005) The Policed, The Police, Zero Tolerance, The Rule Makers and the Alternative: Neo Liberalism and the Birth of a New Aristocracy. Shelter NSW (http://www.shelternsw.infoxchange.net.au/docs/sem0507kennedy.html): Sydney.

Kennedy, M. McQueen, K. (2007) Liberal - Progressives and the Hegemonic Construction of Police Corruption in New South Wales. International Police Executive Symposium. Working Paper No5, March. www.ipes.Info

Murphy, C. and Kennedy, M. (2001) Commonwealth Joint Committee on the National Crime Authority-National Crime Authority Amendment Bill 2000, 9 February. Commonwealth of Australia.

Conference Papers:

Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics (Goulburn NSW)
Professions in the Community
9 - 11 June 2009
Conference Paper : Policing in the 21 Century : The Ethics of Ambiguity and the Rule of Law.

American Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (Boston-USA)
Theorizing Criminal Justice: Practical Applications for the Field
10-14 March 2009
Conference Paper: Disparate Treatment of the Police in the Criminal Justice System.
Dr M Kennedy Uni Western Sydney, Prof Eli Silverman. New York University. John Jay College.

NSW Police Crime Managers Conference (Goulburn Police Academy)
Thursday 30 April 2009
Policing in the 21st Century: Professionalisation and the Ethics of Ambiguity.

University of Western Sydney College of Arts Conference
Research Matters – Making a Difference.
Saturday 11 October 2008 
Conference Paper: Institutional Change : Coercion or Consent

AUQF 2005 Engaging Communities
‘Who’s is Cheating Whom?’ The Proposition is that plagiarism protection software is an important new addition to the quality assurance of higher education.
7 July 2005. Debating Panel
Conference Paper: Un amende honourable

Shelter New South Wales
'Housing dollars, social value': the social and economic outcomes of public and community housing.
5 July 2005
Conference Paper: ‘The Birth of a New Aristocracy’

Istanbul Conference on Democracy and Global Security Pitfalls of Performance Management (Policing)
10 June 2005
Conference Paper: Neo Liberalism and the Birth of a New Aristocracy.

University of Western Sydney's Social Justice Social Change Research Centre. Youth Symposium.
Do the crime, do the time: how do we deal with young people on the wrong side of the law?
17 May 2005
Conference Paper: The Policed, the Police, Zero Tolerance, the Rule Makers and the Alternative.

Australian Centre For Independent Journalism (UTS)
R2K (Right To Know) Project Censored
22 August 2004
Conference Paper: Coercive Powers in an Adversarial Framework: Who Benefits?

Campaign To Expose The Frame Up Of Phuong Ngo (Sydney University)
Justice Corrupted
29 July 2004.
Conference Paper: Coercive Powers in an Adversarial Framework: Who Benefits?

Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference (Paris-France)
What Works In Reducing Crime
13-15 May 2004. 
Conference Paper: ‘Managerialism ‘Reform’ and Electoral Damage. Or the Weather is to Blame’.

European Society of Criminology (Toledo-Spain)  
Sharing Borders, Sharing a Discipline 
4-7 September 2002
Conference Paper : ‘A Culture of Corruption or The Madness of Hegemony’.

Brigade de répression du Proxénétisme, Paris.
4 July 2001. Commissaire Principal Patrick Yvars   
Report: ‘Zero Tolerance Policing and Arabic Speaking Young People’.

Lebanese-American University, Beirut.
28 June – 1 July 2001. ‘The Lebanese Presence in the World’
Conference Paper: ‘Sydney’s Lebanese Community’: A Soft Target for Policing.

'Housing dollars, social value': the social and economic outcomes of public and community housing.
5 July 2005
Conference Paper: ‘The Birth of a New Aristocracy’

Istanbul Conference on Democracy and Global Security Pitfalls of Performance Management (Policing)
10 June 2005
Conference Paper: Neo Liberalism and the Birth of a New Aristocracy.

University of Western Sydney's Social Justice Social Change Research Centre. Youth Symposium.
Do the crime, do the time: how do we deal with young people on the wrong side of the law?

Campaign To Expose The Frame Up Of Phuong Ngo (Sydney University)
Justice Corrupted
29 July 2004.
Conference Paper: Coercive Powers in an Adversarial Framework: Who Benefits?

Societies of Criminology 1st Key Issues Conference (Paris-France)
What Works In Reducing Crime
13-15 May 2004.
Conference Paper: ‘Managerialism ‘Reform’ and Electoral Damage. Or the Weather is to Blame’.

European Society of Criminology (Toledo-Spain)
Sharing Borders, Sharing a Discipline
4-7 September 2002
Conference Paper : ‘A Culture of Corruption or The Madness of Hegemony’.

Brigade de répression du Proxénétisme, Paris.
4 July 2001. Commissaire Principal Patrick Yvars
Report: ‘Zero Tolerance Policing and Arabic Speaking Young People’.

Lebanese-American University, Beirut.
28 June – 1 July 2001. ‘The Lebanese Presence in the World’
Conference Paper: ‘Sydney’s Lebanese Community’: A Soft Target for Policing.

 

 

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