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Centre for Analytic Criminology


Recent Publications 

Wikström, P-O & Kroneberg, C. (2022). Analytic criminology. Mechanisms and methods in the explanation of crime and its causes. Annual Review of Criminology 5: 179-203.

Wikström, P-O (2022). Towards a true social ecology of crime: On the limitations of a criminology without people. In A. Liebling, J. Shapland, R. Sparks & J. Tankebe (Eds): Crime, Justice and Social Order: Essays in Honour of A. E. Bottoms. Oxford. Oxford University Press. 179-208.

Hardie, B. (2022). What do parents do? Towards conceptual clarity in the study of parental influence on adolescent behavioural outcomes. New Ideas in Psychology, 66.

Hardie, B. & Wikstrom, P-O (2021). Space-Time Budget Methodology: Facilitating Social Ecology of Crime. Encyclopedia of Research Methods and Statistical Techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice. In J. C. Barnes & D. R. Forde (Eds): Wiley Series of Encyclopaedias in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Wiley.

Hardie, B. (2021). Reconceptualising parental monitoring within a model of goal-directed parental action. New Ideas in Psychology, 61.

Hardie, B. (2020). Studying situational interaction: Explaining behaviour by analysing person-environment convergence. Springerbriefs in Criminology; Springer.

Wikström, P-O (2019). Situational Action Theory: Towards a Dynamic Theory of Crime and its Causes. In (Ed.) H. Pontell: Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York and Oxford: Oxford University

Wikström, P-O & Wikström, S. (2019). Att förklara män och kvinnors brott. In A. Heber & L. Roxell (Eds): Att Odla Kriminologi. Perspektiv på brott & utsatthet. Festskrift till Eva Tiby. Stockholm. Stockholm University.

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 42(3): 329-352.

Wikström, P-O & Treiber, K. (2019). The Dynamics of Change. Criminogenic Interactions and Life-Course Patterns of Crime. In D. P. Farrington, L. Kazemian & A. Piquero (Eds): The Oxford Handbook of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 272-294.

Wikstrom, P-O (2019). Situational Action Theory: A General, Dynamic and Mechanism-Based Theory of Crime and Its Causes. In M. D. Krohn, N. Hendrix, G, Penly Hall, A. J. Lizotte (Eds): Handbook on Crime and Deviance. Second Edition. New York. Springer verlag. 259-281. 

Wikstrom, P-O (2019). Explaining Crime and Criminal Careers. The DEA model of Situational Action Theory. Journal of Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 6: 188-203.

Perry, G., Wikström, 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.

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 15(1): 10-31.