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Stockholm Criminology Symposium

 2017 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Kyle Treiber, Gabriela Roman & Per-Olof Wikström (2017) Same Difference? The causes of female's acts of crime

2016 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Kyle Treiber, Per-Olof H Wikström (2016) Pathways in crime and their drivers: Crime propensities and criminogenic exposure

Kyle Treiber, Per-Olof H Wikström (2016) Pathways in crime and their drivers: Crime propensities and criminogenic exposure

Kyle Treiber, Per-Olof H Wikström (2016) Pathways in crime and their drivers: Crime propensities and criminogenic exposure.

Lieven Pauwels (2016) Analysing the perception-choice process in Situational Action Theory: A randomized scenario study

Clemens Kroneberg (2016) Opening up the black box of offender decision-making

Stefanie Eifler, Heinz Leitgöb (2016) The cultural background of the interaction between deterrence and morality in the explanation of everyday crime

Mandy Lau (2016) Meta-analysis of the relationship between crime and social disadvantage

Nina-Katri Gustafsson (2016) Alcohol use explained by rules of conduct and exposure rather than population group: Disparities by gender, ethnicity and religion

Eva Bertok, Gorazd Meško (2016) Parental instrumental control and substance abuse/delinquent acts/peer delinquency in primary and high school children in Slovenia

Liam McSharry (2016) Disentangling school climate: An analysis of the impacts of school policy on moral context, student behaviour and student crime propensity, using the theoretical lens of Situational Action Theory  

Susanne Wallner, Mark Stemmler, Friedrich-Alexander (2016) Propensity, criminogenic exposure, and individual risk in the development of antisocial behavior in childhood and youth: Results from the German CURL-study

Debbie Schepers, Jost Reinecke (2016) The development of moral judgment in adolescence: Testing situational action theory with German panel data

Helmut Hirtenlehner, Johannes Kepler  (2016) Does peer delinquency amplify or mitigate the deterrent effect of perceived sanction risk?

Gali Perry (2016) Unpacking radicalization: An SAT analysis of political extremism and violence

Jenni Barton-Crosby (2016) Re-examining the role of anger in acts of intimate partner violence: Testing the motivational process in situational action theory

Simon Larmour (2016) Psychopathy as a disunited concept: Steps needed to explain its link to deviant behaviour through a Situational Action Theory perspective

Helle Midskov Brynaa (2016) Who conducts the orchestra? Introduction

Marianne Grønbæk (2016) The GrowthModel – The power of keeping it simple: Professionalizing the dialogues in the network around children and young people

 Rune Kappel (2016) Why self-control is so important in criminology

Anne Dorthe Hasholt (2016) Causes of causes: Why knowledge of the brain's cognitive functions is important in crime prevention

2015 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Pauwels, Lieven J.R. (2015) Moral support for the use of violence by (left-wing,
right-wing and religious) terrorist group, low selfcontrol and political violence.

Torstensson-Levander, Marie, Svensson, Robert & Ivert, Anna-Karin (2015) An examination of the interaction between morality and self-control in offending. 2015 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Treiber, Kyle (2015) Social disadvantage, selection and crime. 2015 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Wikstrom, Per-Olof , Mann, Richard & Hardie, Beth (2015) Young people’s differential vulnerability tocriminogenic exposur. 2015 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

Gustafsson, Nina-Katri (2015) Substance Use Framed as Situational Theory. 2015 Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, Sweden

 

2013 Stockholm Criminology Symposium. Stockholm, Sweden

Wikström, P-O H (2013) Transition to Young Adulthood: Criminal Careers Ages 12-21 

2012 Stockholm Criminology Symposium. Stockholm, Sweden.

Wikström, P-O H., Oberwittler, D., Treiber, K. & Hardie, B. (2012) Author Meets Critics: Breaking Rules: The Social and Situational Dynamics of Young People's Urban Crime.

For conference papers given before 2012 please go to PADS website