Research & Publication (Department of Criminology)
Book Section (7)
1 KF Rahman and N Arefin "Crime and Securitization Conundrums in the Rohingya Camps." Understanding the Rohingya Displacement. International Perspectives on Migration. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2024 151-165 .
2 KF Rahman "Repatriation of Trafficked Victims in Bangladesh: Prospects and Challenges." Bangladesh National Human Rights Commission Yearbook. Dhaka: 2016 408-479 .
3 KF Rahman and KK Akhter "Fighting Against Religious terrorism in Bangladesh: Are Crime Prevention Strategies Fundamental?.." Human Rights and Terrorism. 2015 92-101 .
4 KF Rahman "Addressing blocks for ‘Rights-based’ Protection: the case of Climate Change induced Displacement in Bangladesh." Human Rights and Climate Justice. Dhaka: 2013 51-64 .
5 KF Rahman "Islamic Headscarf Ban in Europe: Questioning the Intersection between Religious Freedom and Gender Equality under Human Rights Conventions." Human Rights and Critically Disadvantaged People. 2012 193-206 .
6 KF Rahman "Exploring the Discourse: A Child Rights Perspective to Climate Change." Human Rights and Environment. Dhaka: 2010 213-224 .
7 A. B. M. Najmus Sakib "Corruption and Organized Crime in Bangladesh." Organized crime and corruption across borders: Exploring the Belt and Road initiative. Lo, T.W., Siegel, D., & Kwok, S.I. London: Routledge: Taylor and Francis, 2019 241-256 .
Journal Article (18)
1 Maisha Tabassum Anima, Nikhil Chandra Nath and Sushmita Das Dalia : Impact of informal remittance channels in Bangladesh: Understanding the role of hundi in financial crime beyond economic aspects, Journal of Economic Criminology , vol.Volume 2 Elsevier , 2023 .
2 A B M Najmus Sakib : Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Emerging Threats to Bangladesh as a Host Country?, Journal of Asian and African Studies (impact factor:1.1) SAGE Publications , pp.1-20 , 2023 .
3 Farzana Rahman and A B M Najmus Sakib : The Normalization of Domestic Violence in Bangladesh: Analyzing Through the Lens of Social Learning Theory, Social Science Review [The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D] , vol.39 (1) , no.June 2022 Faculty of Social Sciences , pp.141-164 , 2023 .
4 A. B. M. Najmus Sakib and Md. Rezaul Karim Shohag : Prevalence of Crimes in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Bangladesh and Global Perspectives, Perspectives in Social Science , vol.16 , no.July 2020 (Special Issue) Centre for Advanced Research in Social Sciences , pp.107:132 , 2022 .
5 KF Rahman and N Arefin : 'Deradicalisation' Regulations and Violation of Human Rights: A Few Instances from China and Sri Lanka,, Dhaka University Law Journal , pp.57-72 , 2022 .
6 KF Rahman : Ensuring Victims’ Participation in the Criminal Justice of Bangladesh, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, , vol.11 , pp.82-90 , 2022 .
7 Maisha Tabassum Anima : The Rise of Specific Crime Waves During the Pandemic and the Challenges Tackled By the Law Enforcement Agency of Bangladesh, Society & Change Journal of Social Sciences , vol.Vol. XVI , no.No.1 , pp.21-37 , 2022 .
8 A. B. M. Najmus Sakib : A Perspective on the Internal and International Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls in Bangladesh, Perspectives in Social Science , vol.15 , no.July 2019 Centre for Advanced Research in Social Sciences , pp.109-128 , 2022 .
9 Sumaiya Iqbal : Charisma as a Resource of Terrorist Recruiters: Appeal, Process and Effects on the Recruit, Counter Terrorism Journal , 2021 .
10 KF Rahman : The socio‐psychological aspects of women’s involvement in terrorist activities in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Studies , vol.1 , no.2 Faculty of Arts, University of Dhaka , 2019 .
11 KF Rahman : Focus on Domestic Violence in Bangladesh: A Study from Criminological Perspectives, Journal of International Women's Studies (Massachusetts) (impact factor:0.44) , vol.20 , no.3 , pp.98-115 , 2019 .
12 KF Rahman : Understanding ‘Child Rights Programming’ with a special focus on Children as Partners to Development in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Law Association Journal , vol.1 , no.2 , pp.25-43 , 2014 .
13 KF Rahman : Women Trafficking in Bangladesh: Responses to combat trafficking with reference of The Human Trafficking Deterrence and Suppression Act, Jagannath University Journal of Law , vol.1 , no.1 , pp.165-180 , 2013 .
14 KF Rahman and MT Khatun : Domestic Violence against Women in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis from a Socio-legal Perspective, Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology , vol.9 , no.2 , pp.19-30 , 2012 .
15 KF Rahman : Linkages between Right to Development and Rights based Approach: An Overview, Northern University Law Journal , vol.1 , no.1 , pp.100-115 , 2010 .
16 KF Rahman : Challenges in Seeking Gender-based and Reproductive Health Justice: A case of Rohingya Women and Girls in Bangladesh, Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review (JSSHR) University of Ruhuna, Srilanka , 2022 .
17 KF Rahman : Agrarian Reforms and Farmers Suicide in India: Human Rights Issues and Concerns, , vol.1 , no.2 , pp.49-62 , Northern University Law Journal .
18 A. B. M. Najmus Sakib and Zarin Tasnim Rashid : Caught between ‘Crossfire’ in the context of Bangladesh, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology (impact factor:2.07) , vol.7 , pp.20-31 , 2018 .
Conference Proceedings (7)
1 Maisha Tabassum Anima "Psychological Profiling of the Cyber Criminals of Bangladesh and Prevention Mechanism: An Analysis of the Demographic Characteristics." The Fifth International Conference of the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) Bengaluru, Karnataka, India: RV University, 2023 .
2 Maisha Tabassum Anima and Ashish Halder "Cyberspace Vulnerability of Bangladesh: The Role of Cyber Forensics in Retrospective Analysis of Cyber Attacks." The Fifth International Conference of the South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) Bengaluru, Karnataka, India: RV University, 2023 .
3 Maisha Tabassum Anima "Utilization of Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation of Bangladesh: From the Viewpoint of Ensuring Forensic Justice." 25th All India Forensic Science Conference 2023 Gandhinagar, Gujrat, India: National Forensic Sciences University, 2023 .
4 Maisha Tabassum Anima "Legacy of Colonialism: Colonized laws which holds back for Reformation and Liberal Criminological Perspective in Bangladesh." Conference: 1st Decolonization and Justice Conference at University of Regina , pp. 146-157. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada: University of Regina, 2022 .
5 KF Rahman "Prevention Of Drug Addiction In Bangladesh: Challenges and A Way Forward." Indian Society of Criminology Conference 2019 Tamilnadu: 2019 .
6 Zarin Tasnim Rashid and A. B. M. Najmus Sakib "Rohingya Crisis: A geopolitical analysis of big power struggle over regional hegemony." 2nd International International Conference on Rohingya: Politics, Ethnic Cleansing and Uncertainty Dhaka: 2018 .
7 A. B. M. Najmus Sakib "Age and Crime: A Study on Violent Crime in Dhaka City." 19th World Congress of International Society of Criminology (ISC) Doha, Qatar: 2019 .