Ms Giverney Ainscough

Bachelor of Arts (Hons); Master of Social Research with Commendation (Advanced)
Associate Lecturer
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences


Giverney Ainscough is an Associate Lecturer in Criminology, Doctoral Candidate in the Centre for Social Research and Methods, and Administrator of the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption. Giverney’s background is in sociology of health and illness, disability, and inclusive education, and she holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in sociology and a Master of Social Research (Advanced). She lectures on the topics of inclusive education, ethics in ethnographic research, and corruption in the education sector; and recently published on an inquiry to parliament on the establishment of a National Integrity Commission. Giverney has research interests in corruption and integrity, and disability and queer criminology, and convenes two criminology courses: CRIM3005 Diversity and Crime: Equality in the Criminal Justice System; and CRIM2009 Corruption in the World. 


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