Research Profile

Dorothy Appelbe

BIOGRAPHY

Research Interests

Criminal Justice; Criminal Process & Procedure; Crime Prevention Strategies; Criminal Justice & Mental Health, Legal Education; Clinical Legal Education

Publications

Conference Paper

 YearPublication
(2008)CCTV: The Modern Panopticon:The Rise of Surveillance as a Social Control Mechanism.
Appelbe D (2008) CCTV: The Modern Panopticon:The Rise of Surveillance as a Social Control Mechanism. Conference Paper [Details]
(2008)The Use of CCTV as a Crime Prevention Strategy.
Appelbe D (2008) The Use of CCTV as a Crime Prevention Strategy. Conference Paper [Details]

Thesis

 YearPublication
(2003)Justification and Excuse: How and Why Society withholds Liability and the Implications for the Battered Woman.
Appelbe D (2003) Justification and Excuse: How and Why Society withholds Liability and the Implications for the Battered Woman. Thesis/Dissertation [Details]
(2006)Closed Circuit Television as a Crime Prevention Strategy.
Appelbe D (2006) Closed Circuit Television as a Crime Prevention Strategy. Thesis/Dissertation [Details]

Professional Activities

Education

 YearInstituionQualificationSubject
2006UCC LLMLaw
2003UCC LLMLaw
2002UCC BCLLaw & German

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

Criminal Justice (Clinical); Legal Skills (Clinical); Criminal Law; The Law & Nursing, The Law & Social Work; Health & Safety Law;

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2014Placement Research Project 2 LW3503Placement Research Project 2
2014Placement I LW3500Placement I
2014Placement II LW3501Placement II
2014Placement Presentation 1 LW3504Placement Presentation 1
2014Criminal Justice (Clinical) LW6519Criminal Justice (Clinical)
2014Legal Skills - Statutory Interpretation LW2001Legal Skills - Statutory Interpretation
2014Placement Presentation 2 LW3505Placement Presentation 2
2014Placement Research Project 1 LW3502Placement Research Project 1
2014Legal Skills (Clinical) LW2005Legal Skills (Clinical)

Contact details

Search profiles by name

Search profiles by topic

School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences

An Scoil Eolaíochtaí Bitheolaíocha, Domhaneolaíocha agus Comhshaoil

University College Cork, Distillery Fields, North Mall, Cork, Ireland T23 N73K

Top