International Conference on Business, Economics, Law, Language & Psychology, 11-12 September 2024, London

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International Conference on Business, Economics, Law, Language & Psychology, 11-12 September 2024, London

Conference Name: International Conference on Business, Economics, Law, Language & Psychology, 11-12 September 2024, London

Conference Dates: 11-12 September 2024

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Conference Venue: The Tomlinson Centre, Queensbridge Road, London, UK

Deadline for Abstract/Paper Submissions: 15 August 2024

Contact E-Mail ID: convener@eurasiaresearch.info

Organizing Scholarly Association: Social Science & Humanities Research Association (SSHRA)

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SSHRA President: Associate Prof. Marek Matejun, Department of Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy, Faculty of Management, University of Lodz, Poland

Conference Language: English

Conference Themes: Business, Economics, Law, Language, Psychology

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(Vernacular Session, e.g., European Languages, Arabic, Bahasa, Thai, Chinese, Turkish, Japanese, Russian, will be organized for a minimum of 5 or more participants of a particular language)

(Only English language, full-length, original papers will be considered for publication in conference journals)

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Emma Cunningham

Senior Lecturer Criminology, Course Leader Criminology and Criminal Justice

University of East London UEL 

Topic: Policing and Patriarchy: past, present and future issues in Policing England and Wales

Dr Emma Cunningham, senior lecturer at the University of East London and has taught undergraduates, post-graduates and police officers for over 25 years.  As a working-class academic I have adopted an intersectional feminist approach to my research, teaching, engagement and impact activities which tackle some of the most urgent theoretical and empirical problems across these areas, such as how police culture remains toxic and how policewomen continue to undertake their role and responsibilities, remain resilient and stay in policing even given their own lived-experiences. At its heart, my scholarly activities are driven by a pursuit of equality, diversity and social justice – values that strongly align with work carried out in the University of East London. As an innovative and creative scholar, my monograph has made important theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions to our understanding of the history of women’s integration in policing and the arguments of sameness and difference which were used and applied to women, contributing to a deeper understanding of the challenges women in policing face and have faced.  My research found that female and male officers were involved in different types of offences.   Theoretical understandings about inequality, patriarchy and feminism allow for a deeper understanding and clearer challenge to these issues on a practical and policy level.  This work has been incredibly timely given the recent Policing scandals such as the Sarah Everard case, Charing Cross, Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman, Baroness Casey’s Review, the CWJ Super-complaint, HMICFRS (2021), IOPC, (2022), HMICFRS (2022) on police misconduct, misogyny and racism.  Met Officer Carrick adds further to these scandals in 2023.

                                                                                    

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