David Tait
David Tait
Verified email at uws.edu.au
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Male peer support and a feminist routing activities theory: Understanding sexual assault on the college campus
MD Schwartz, WS DeKeseredy, D Tait, S Alvi
Justice Quarterly 18 (3), 623-649, 2001
3152001
The Adult Guardianship Experiment: Tribunals & Popular Justice
T Carney, D Tait
Federation Press, 1997
841997
Why (and when) clinicians compel treatment of anorexia nervosa patients
T Carney, D Tait, A Richardson, S Touyz
European Eating Disorders Review: The Professional Journal of the Eating …, 2008
432008
Institutional options in management of coercion in anorexia treatment: The antipodean experiment?
T Carney, D Tait, D Saunders, S Touyz, P Beumont
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 26 (6), 647-675, 2003
382003
DNA and the changing face of justice
J Goodman-Delahunty, D Tait
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 38 (2), 97-106, 2006
372006
Pushing the boundaries: realising rights through mental health tribunal processes
T Carney, D Tait, F Beaupert
Sydney L. Rev. 30, 329, 2008
362008
Changing youth labour markets and youth lifestyles
K Polk, D Tait
Youth Studies 9 (1), 17-23, 1990
351990
Managing anorexia nervosa: Clinical, legal and social perspectives on involuntary treatment.
T Carney, D Tait, S Touyz, M Ingvarson, D Saunders, A Wakefield
Nova Science Publishers, 2006
342006
Popular sovereignty and the justice process: Towards a comparative methodology for observing courtroom rituals
D Tait
Contemporary Justice Review 4 (2), 201-218, 2001
332001
Coercion is coercion? Reflections on trends in the use of compulsion in treating anorexia nervosa
T Carney, D Tait, S Touyz
Australasian Psychiatry 15 (5), 390-395, 2007
322007
Australian Mental Health Tribunals: Space for fairness, freedom, protection & treatment?
T Carney AO, D Tait, A Vernon, J Perry, F Beaupert
AUSTRALIAN MENTAL HEALTH TRIBUNALS: SPACE FOR FAIRNESS, FREEDOM, PROTECTION …, 2011
302011
Mental Health Tribunals:'TJ'Implications of Weighing Fairness, Freedom, Protection and Treatment
T Carney AO, D Tait, D Chappell, F Beaupert
Mental Health Tribunals:'TJ'Implications of Weighing Fairness, Freedom …, 2007
29*2007
Reflections on coercion in the treatment of severe anorexia nervosa
T Carney AO, A Wakefield, D Tait, S Touyz
Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences 43 (3), 159-165, 2006
292006
Gateways to justice: design and operational guidelines for remote participation in court proceedings
E Rowden, A Wallace, D Tait, M Hanson, D Jones
282013
Glass cages in the dock: presenting the defendant to the jury
D Tait
Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 86, 467, 2011
272011
Coercion in the treatment of anorexia nervosa: clinical, ethical and legal implications
T Carney, D Tait, A Wakefield, M Ingvarson, S Touyz
Med. & L. 24, 21, 2005
232005
Advocacy and participation in mental health cases: Realisable rights or pipe-dreams
T Carney, F Beaupert, J Perry, D Tait
Law Context: A Socio-Legal J. 26, 125, 2008
222008
Using the tax system to collect fines
B Chapman, A Freiberg, J Quiggin, D Tait
Australian Journal of Public Administration 63 (3), 20-32, 2004
222004
Sentencing as performance: restoring drama to the courtroom
D Tait
Sentencing and society: International perspectives, 469-480, 2002
222002
Adult guardianship: Narrative readings in the “shadow” of the law?
T Carney, D Tait
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 21 (2), 147-162, 1998
221998
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