Media Coverage and public understanding of sentencing policy in relation to crimes against children
Berry, Mike, Philo, Greg, Tiripelli, Giuliana, Docherty, Stevie and Macpherson, Colin; Criminology and Criminal Justice , Online February 14, 2012; Journal Article; Keywords: media, press, children, sentencing

Risky news, madness and public crisis: A case study of the reporting and portrayal of mental health and illness in the Australian Press
Blood, Warwick and Kate Holland;  Journalism, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2004, pp. 323-342;  Journal Article;  Keywords: Media, journalist, reporting, mental health, mental illness, risk.          

'Newsmaking' criminology or 'infotainment' criminology?
Buckingham, Judith I., The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology,Vol. 37, No. 2, 2004, pp. 253-275; Journal Article;  Keywords: g ender, women, children, media, journalist, reporting domestic violence.          

The question of crime: How much does the public have the right to know?
Cameron-Dow, Joy.   Pacific Journalism Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2009, pp. 71-84.  Journal Article;  Keywords: privacy, right to know, media, journalist, internet, reporting

News portrayal of violence and women: implications for public policy
Carll, Elizabeth K.; American Behavioral Scientist , Aug 2003, Vol 46, No. 12, pp 1601-1610; Journal article; Keywords: Media; newspaper reporting; social change; public policy; mass media; domestic violence          

The construction of race and crime in Canadian print media: A 30-year analysis
Collins, Rachael E.; Criminology and Criminal Justice, Published online before print February 2013, pp1-23; Keywords: Media; fear of crime; bias; race; language          

Media impacts on victims of crime
Colmar Brunton; Report for NSW Department of Attorney General & Justice , July   2013, pp 1-105; Research report; Keywords: Media; newspaper reporting; traumatisation; ethics; crime stories         

Covering victims in the news: what makes minority homicides newsworthy?
Gruenewald, Jeff, Steven M. Chermak & Jesenia M. Pizarro;
Justice Quarterly, 2011, pp 1-29; Journal article; Keywords: Media; race; gender; homicide          

Protecting victims’ identities in press coverage of child victimization
Jones, Lisa M., David Finkelhor and Jessica Beckwith; Journalism, June 2010, Vol. 11, No 3, pp 347-367; Journal articles; Keywords: Child victims; identity; newspaper reports; privacy; children.     

Victims’ rights and the struggle over crime in the media
Rentschler, Carrie A.; Canadian Journal of Communication , 2007, Vol 32, pp 219-239; Journal article; Keywords: Media; news; victims’ rights; journalist training; victim portrayal       

The management of emotion in British journalism  
Richards, Barry and Gavin Rees;Media, Culture & Society,Vol. 33, No. 6, 2011, pp. 851-867; Journal Article;  Keywords: Trauma, media, journalist, reporting.

Indian students in Australia: victims of crime, racism or the media?
Spolc, Peter and Murray Lee; 20th ISANA International Education Conference, Canberra, ACT, 1 - 4 December 2009; Conference paper; Keywords: Victimisation, student, Indian, ethnicity, race, racism, media            

Secondary victimization of children by the media: An analysis of perceptions of victims and journalists
Tandon, Neeti; International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences , July-December 2007, Vol 2, Issue 2, pp 119-135.; Journal article; Keywords: Media; children; ethics; regulations; victimisation; journalists                  

Family violence reporting: supporting the vulnerable or re-enforcing their vulnerability?
Thomas, Vicki Lee and Rosemary Green; Asia Pacific Media Educator , June 2008/July 2009, Issue No. 19, pp 55-70; Journal article; Keywords: Family violence; newspaper reporting; ethics; media             

The effect of arrest and imprisonment on crime
Wai-Yain Wan, Steve Moffatt, Craig Jones and Don Weatherburn (BOCSAR).
Crime and Justice Bulletin, Contemporary Issues in Crime and Justice
,   No.158, 2012.  Briefing Paper;  Keywords: Arrest, imprisonment, deterrent, media, perceptions, crime rates.