Queensland University of Technology
Dr Laura Vitis is a Lecturer in the School of Justice at Queensland University of Technology. Her research focuses on how technology is used to facilitate gendered, sexual and domestic violence. Her work also examines the role of mediated sites in justice-seeking for violence against women with a particular focus on informal justice-seeking and true crime.
‘My Favourite Genre Is Missing People’: Exploring How Listeners Experience True Crime Podcasts in Australia
Vagaries, Anxieties and the Imagined Paedophile: A Victorian Case Study on Mandatory Sex Offender Registration for Young Adult Registrants Convicted after Non-Consensually Distributing Intimate Images
Vol. 7 No. 4 (2018)
Locked Down with the Perpetrator: The Hidden Impacts of COVID-19 on Domestic and Family Violence in Australia
Special Issue: Policing and Preventing Gender Violence in the Global South
Vol. 10 No. 4 (2021)