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Crime Scene to Court Room
A student-led blog for aspiring lawyers to understand how scientific analyses and advancements can be used in the court room and within the criminal justice system. Whether you want to know more about the role of digital technology in solving crimes or the science behind Batman's forensic prowess, the blog presents some interesting reads for all!
This blog is focused on victimological studies, with a special focus on abuse of power and how it translates into societal structures and personal dynamics. With a limelight on the victim, we take a look at the problems and issues faced by minority groups in India and globally, through a critical lens. Interesting discourses are supplemented with recommendations for reforms.
Khetrapal, N. (2021). Digitising ethnography for work: the case for a cognitive ethnography of religion, London School of Economics Blog
Khetrapal, N. & Nanda, S. (2020). Emerging Harsh and Controlling Images of ‘God’ in Covid-19. Religious Matters: University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Lakhani, S. (2019). How Indigenous Knowledge Systems can play a crucial role in environment protection and sustainable development (In Indian context). Countercurrents.org