NSfK ResearchSeminar 2021 – Abstracts

Some of the Nordic criminologists who were to participate in this year´s researchseminar share their research in ia these abstracts.

Typologies of sexual assaults among young people: A latent class analysis approach

Lars Roar Frøyland, Senior Researcher, Patrick Lie Andersen, Researcher, Kari Stefansen, Research Professor, Norwegian Social Research (NOVA) – Oslo Metropolitan University.

 

Sex crimes and actuarial prediction in Nordic countries. A gaze from predictive policing studies

Carlo Gatti, PhD-student, University of Turku.

 

Digital crime victimization in Iceland and the MeToo movement

Helgi Gunnlaugsson, Professor, University of Iceland and and Jónas Orri Jónasson, Analyst at Reykjavik Metropolitan police.

 

Maintaining Desistance: Barriers and Expectations in Women’s Desistance from Crime

Robin Gålnander, Lecturer (temporary), Department of Criminology, Stockholm University.

 

Social responses to narratives of sexual harmdoing

Anja Emilie Kruse, PhD, Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS) / Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Oslo.

 

Child sexual abuse – trends in offence characteristics and sanction practices in Finland

Tiina Malin, PhD-student, The Institute of Criminology and Legal Policy, University of Helsinki.

 

(How) can we include questions about crime victimisation questions in a survey about everyday legal problems? – Perspectives for an upcoming Finnish legal needs survey

Yaira Obstbaum, Institute of Criminology and Legal policy, University of Helsinki.

 

A data-driven intimate partner violence typology in a Finnish sample

Maiju Tanskanen, PhD-student, Institute of Criminology and Legal Policy, University of Helsinki.

 

Preventing Violence Against Women or Violence Work? — The Swedish Model of Prostitution

Niina Vuolajärvi, PhD, The Zolberg Institute of Migration and Mobility, The New School of Social Research