The use of DNA profiling in rape investigations

DNA profiling is the use of genetic information to match crime scene evidence with suspects in criminal investigations (Easteal & Easteal, 1990). Introduced in the late 1980s, this technique has revolutionized forensics laboratories as it allows scientists to reach a certain degree of identification as well as exclude individuals from inquiries (Easteal & Easteal, 1990). …

An Introduction: Regulating the Gig Economy

The Gig Economy refers to a labour market, specifically over an online platform, where short-term contracts and freelance work is favoured over full-time employment (Gross, 2018). There are no doubt conveniences for consumers offered by the Gig Economy, where simply pressing a button on your phone can order food to be delivered to your doorstep, or …