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Public criminology, elite occupations, and the social ethics and etiquette of publicly professing one’s vocation

  • Public criminology, elite occupations, and the social ethics and etiquette of publicly professing one’s vocation

  • 06 July 2022

  • 5.30PM - 6.30PM

  • H0.01, Centuria Building

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Professor Chamberlain is an internationally regarded social scientist whose research has focussed on professional regulatory tribunal hearings, particularly when these intersect with the formal justice system when members of elite occupations like medicine commit a criminal act. In his professorial lecture, he discusses his work over the last twenty-five years exploring the role played by public criminology and medical sociology in critically interrogating the ‘social etiquette’ which surrounds the concept of professionalism when mistakes, errors of judgement and deliberate acts of malpractice occur.

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