We are delighted to have the opportunity to share current Nordic criminology research that will be presented at this year´s Eurocrim e-conference, arranged by the European Society of Criminology, ESC 2020.
Thank you Nordic criminology researchers participating at the conference for sharing your current research also here!
At this page you find the abstracts of presentations that will be given by Nordic researchers at the conference. The compilation follows the structure of the ESC programme. In the list below, please click at the name of the presentation to reach the abstract.
Please note that this page is not final as we keep up-dating it. Neither is the information on the Nordic presentations at Eurocrim 2020 exhaustive.
Would you like to see the complete programme of the Eurocrim 2020 e-conference, click here to reach ESC own web site.
* ESC Working Group on Community Sanctions
Kerstin Svensson, Professor, Lund University, School of Social Work: Civic Engagement – a Public or Private Concern?
* Immigration, Crime and Citizenship
Helene O.I. Gundhus, Professor, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, Oslo University: Policing migration as threats: risk assessments and abnormal justice in a welfare state
* ESC Narrative Criminology Working Group
Oriana Quaglietta Bernal, PhD Candidate in Sociology, Lund University: Meaning-making in Women’s Involvement with Drugs in Sweden
Sveinung Sandberg, Professor, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, Oslo University: Corona Crimes: How pandemic narratives change criminal landscapes
Sébastien Tutenges, Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Lund University and Sveinung Sandberg, Professor,Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, Oslo University: Street Culture meets Violent Extremism: Why and How Criminally Active Muslims Oppose Jihadism.
* ESC Working Group on Policing
Elsa Saarikkomäki, Postdoctoral Researcher, Faculty of Law, University of Turku
and Pauliina Lampela,
Nuorten Palvely ry: Pluralised polising of quasi-public space: Improving Private Security-Youth Relations
Mette Volquartzen, University of Copenhagen, Trend or Tradition? Exploring the collaboration between the Danish police and military in a historical context (1968-2018)
* European Historical Criminology (EHC) Working Group
Miikka Vuorela, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, Helsinki University: Predicting the Effects of the Pandemic on Crime and Punishment – Nordic Experiences of Historical Crises
* European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice
Kjersti Lohne, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, Oslo University: Human Rights Advocacy in International Criminal Justice: Whose Rights? Whose Justice?
* Gender Crime and Justice Working Group
Robin Gålnander, PhD Candidate, Department of Criminology, Stockholm University:
Hopes, Fears and Bureaucratic (in)Action
* European Working Group on Space, Place and Crime (WG-PLACE)
Jaakko Airaksinen et al., Postdoctoral Researcher, Institute of Criminology and Legal Policy, University of Helsinki: Neighborhood Disadvantage and Criminal Behavior – Between – Within Analysis using Finnish Registry Data
* European Development and Life-course Criminology (EDLC)
Suvi Virtanen et al., PhD Candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, Helsinki University:
Do psychopathic personality traits in childhood predict subsequent criminality and psychiatric outcomes over and above childhood behavioral problems?
* Qualitative Research Methodologies and Epistemologies Working Group
Tea Fredriksson, PhD Candidate, Department of Criminology, Stockholm University: Haunting the carceral imaginary; prison autobiographies and uncanny times
* Crime, Science and Politics Working Group (formerly EGUPSRN)
Teresa Silva, Associate professor in criminology, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Mid Sweden University: Evaluations of Crime Prevention Interventions. How are EU Member States doing?