NSfK Research Seminar 2019

NSfK´s 61st Research Seminar was held in Helsingør, Denmark, 8.-10.5.2019. The theme for the seminar was Crime, crime control and criminology in the digital era.
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Compiled at this page you find presentations, pictures and other material from the seminar. Some of the presentations from the seminar will be published in on of the Nordic journals NSfK supports: Nordic Journal of Criminology or Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab.

 

Key Notes presentations

Maria Rún Bjarnadottir   Online abuse in a gendered perspective

 

Workshop presentations

NSfK Research Seminar 2019
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Miisa Törölä  Making Sense of Reduced Criminal Responsibility – Subjective and Institutional Consequences of ‘Partial Sanity’

Peter Kruize  Konsekvenser af identitetsmisbrug

Dagmar Ösp Vesteinsdottir & Fanney Björk Frostadottir  Identity theft – Is there a need for a specific legislation

Noora Lähteenmäki  Electronic monitoring as a community sanction: offenders’ experiences and perceived legitimacy

Heidi Mork Lomell  An exploration of the conceptual border between mass and targeted surveillance

Malte Conrad  Datadreven måludpegning – en bussiness case

Helgi Gunnlaugsson & Jónas Orri Jónasson  Is digital crime increasing in Iceland?

NSfK Research Seminar 2019
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Maria von Bredow  They will Always find me_North African boys on the move and their use of social media

Emma-Lisa Gångare
If children offend(?)

Anette Storgaard  Børn og unge i krydsfeltet mellem støtte og straf

Lisa Flower  Direct from the courtroom: live-reporting from trials and its emotional challenges

 

 

Guðmundur Oddsson  Distrust in the police among immigrants in Iceland

Timo Korander Police Culture – “Still live and kicking”

Marc Theis Bærentzen & Lars Nørr Mikkelsen Policing mental illness

Photo: Snorri Arnason

Hedda Giertsen  Hvis fengselsstraff er uhyrlig

Lena Roxell 
Klostervägen – Ett vägskäl för långtidsdömda fångar

Liila Holmberg  Constructing the prisoner-subject through therapeutic practices?  A case study of the ‘New Way’ programme for sexual offenders

Emma Villman  Pre-release expectations in Finnish open prisons: a story of mobile phones

Anniina Jokinen  Defining exploitation and trafficking in the context of marriage – challenges and responses

Polina Smiragina-Ingelström  Trafficking in Persons for the Purpose of Organ Removal

Samuel Hardy  Online trafficking of cultural objects from crisis zones and conflict zones and open-source analysis of the illicit trade

Rune Ellefsen  Managing militant Islamism in Norway: A process-oriented perspective

Kim Moeller  Nordic contributions in prestigious Criminology Journals

NSfK Research Seminar 2019
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Abstracts of articles submitted for publication in

Nordic Journal of Criminology, NJC

Jakob Demant et al   Methods in studies of illegal trading on social media

Tanya Karoli Christensen and Robert Leonard   Nefarious language use online_Cybercrime viewed through the lens of forensic linguistics

Ingrid Lundeberg & Peter Scharff Smith  Digital Capital in Prison

Nina Sunde  Unboxing digital evidence

 

Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab, NTfK

Ragnheiður Bragadóttir   Sex uden samtykke – udviklingen i islandsk ret

Hans Jørgen Engbo  Om disciplinærretligt ansvar og udmåling af disciplinærstraf i danske fængsler

Annick Prieur   What do the victims get out of prosecution of trafficking to prostitution in Denmark

Sofia Wikman   Att använda ”resilience engineering” för att förebygga hot och våld i arbetslivet

NSfK Research Seminar 2019
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