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Journal Articles

Hardie, B. (2019). Why monitoring doesn’t always matter: The interaction of personal propensity with physical and psychological parental presence in a situational explanation of adolescent offending. Deviant Behavior.  

Wikstrom, P-O. (2019) " Explaining Crime and Criminal Careers. The DEA model of Situational Action Theory. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology

Wikstrom, P-O., Mann, R. Hardie, B. (2018) "Young people's differential vulnerability to Criminogenic exposure: Bringing the gap between people- and place-orientated approaches in the study of crime causation". European Journal of Criminology. SAGE Publications 

Gali, P., Wikstrom, P-O., & Roman, G. (2018) Differentiating Right-Wing Extremism from Potential for Violent Extremism: The Role of Criminogenic Exposure. International Journal of Developmental Science 12:103-113

Hirtenlehner, H. and Treiber, K. (2017) “Can situational action theory explain the gender gap in adolescent shoplifting? Results from Austria.” International Criminal Justice Review.

Treiber, K. and Parent, G. (2017) L’utilité du budget spatio-temporel pour mieux comprendre le phénomène criminel. In D. Décary-Hétu and M. Bérubé (eds) Délinquances et innovations. Montréal, Presses Internationales Polytechnique.

Wikstrom, P-O. and Treiber, K. (2016). “Social disadvantage and crime: A criminological puzzle”. American Behavioural Scientist 60:8.

Hirtenlehner, H. and Reinecke, J. (2015) "Situational Action Theory, Research findings from German speaking and bordering countries". Monatsschrift fur Kriminologie und Strafrechtreform. Kluwer/Heymanns

Wikstrom, P-O. (2012) Individuals’ situational criminal actions. In: Loeber, R. & Welsh, B. C. (eds.) The Future of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bertok, E., Wikstrom, P-O., Hardie, B., Mesko, G. (2012) Parental control of teenagers in  primary and high school and related deviance. Revija za Kriminalistiko in kriminologijo, 63, 311-320.

Wikstrom, P-O, Tseloni A. & Karlis D. (2011).  Do People Comply with the Law Because They Fear Getting Caught? European Journal of Criminology 8:401-420.

Wikstrom, P-O, Ceccato V. Hardie B. & Treiber K. (2010). Activity Fields and the Dynamics of Crime. Advancing knowledge about the role of the environment in crime causation. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25 (1).

 Haar D-H & Wikstrom, P-O. (2010). Crime Propensity, Criminogenic Exposure and Violent Scenario Responses: Testing Situational Action Theory in Regression and Rasch Models. European Journal of Applied Mathematics 

Wikstrom, P-O & Svensson, R. (2010) When Does Self-Control Matter? European Journal of Criminology 7: 1-16.

Wikstrom, P-O & Treiber, K. (2009). Violence as Situational Action. The International Journal of Conflict and Violence 3.

Wikstrom, P-O (2009). Crime Propensity, Criminogenic Exposure and Crime Involvement in Early to Mid Adolescence. Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtreform 92: 2/3 

Wikstrom, P-O & Svensson, R. (2008) Why are English Youths More Violent than Swedish Youths? A Comparative Study of the Role of Crime Propensity, Lifestyles and Their Interactions in Two Cities. European Journal of Criminology 5.

Wikstrom, P-O & Trieber, K. (2007) The Role of Self-Control in Crime Causation. Beyond Gottfredson and Hirschi’s General Theory of Crime. European Journal of Criminology 4:237-264.

Stouthhamer-Loeber, M., Loeber, R.Farrington,D.P. & Wikström, P-O. (2002). Risk and Promotive Effects in the Explanation of Persistent Serious Delinquency in Boys. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol. 70:111-123.

Wikstrom, P-O. & Dolmén, L. (2001). Urbanisation, Neighbourhood Social Integration, Informal Social Control, Minor Social Disorder, Victimisation and Fear of Crime. International Review of Victimology 8:163-182 .

Wikstrom, S. & Wikstrom, P-O. (2001). Why are Single Parents More Often Threatened with Violence? A Question of Ecological Vulnerability? International Review of Victimology  8: 183-198.

Beyers J.M., Loeber R. Wikstrom P-O, Stouthamer-Loeber M. (2001).What Predicts Violence in Better-off Neighborhoods? Journal of Abnormal and Child Psychology.Vol 29 (5).

Lynham D.R., Caspi A., Moffitt T.E., Wikstrom P-O, Loeber R., & Novak S.P. (2000). The interaction between impulsivity and neighbourhood context on offending: The effects of  impulsivity are stronger in poor neighborhoods. Journal of Abnormal Psychology109: 563-574.

Wikstrom, P-O & Loeber, R. (2000). Do Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Cause Well-adjusted Children to Become Adolescent Delinquents? Criminology 38: 1109-1142

Wikstrom, P-O & Torstensson M. (1999). Local Crime Prevention and its National Support: Organisation and Direction. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 7: 459-481.

Eisner, M. & Wikstrom, P-O. (1999), Violent Crime in the Urban Community: A comparison of Stockholm and Basel. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research 7 : 427-442.

Farrington, D.P., Langan P. & Wikstrom, P-O. (1994) Changes in Crime and Punishment in England, USA, and Sweden 1981-1991. Studies on Crime and Crime Prevention 3:104-131

Farrington, D.P. & Wikstrom, P-O. (1993). Criminal Careers in London and Stockholm: A Cross-National Comparative Study. In (eds.) Weitekamp E. & Kerner H-J.: Cross-National and Longitudinal Research on Human Development and Criminal Behavior. Dordrecht  ,Netherlands: Kluwer.   

Farrington, D.P. & Wikstrom P-O. (1993). Changes in Crime and Punishment in England and Sweden in the 1980s. Studies on Crime and Crime Prevention 2: 142-173

Wikstrom, P-O. (1992). Cross-National Comparisons and Context-Specific Trends in Criminal Homicide. Journal of Crime and Justice 14: 71-95

Wikstrom, P-O. (1992). Context-Specific Trends in Criminal Homicide in Stockholm 1951-1987.Studies on Crime and Crime Prevention1: 88-105

McClintock, F H & Wikstrom, P-O. (1992). The Comparative Study of Urban Violence. The British Journal of Criminology 32: 505-520

Wikstrom, P-O. (1991). Housing Tenure, Social Class and Offending. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 1:69-89.

Wikstrom, P-O. (1990). Age and Crime in a Stockholm Cohort. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 6:61-84.

McClintock, F.H. & Wikstrom P-O. (1990). Violent Crime in Sweden and Scotland. The British Journal of Criminology 30: 207-228

Wikstrom, P-O. & Dolmen L. (1990). Crime and Crime Trends in Different Urban Environments.  Journal of Quantitative Criminology 6: 7-29

Olsson, O. & Wikstrom, P-O. (1984). Effects of the Experimental Saturday Closing of Liquor Retail Stores in Sweden. Contemporary Drug Problems: 325-353