Address to the ESC on the Occasion of the European Criminology Award
First, I want to extend my sincere thanks to the European Society of Criminology for the considerable honour of being chosen to receive the ESC European Criminology Award.Read more..
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Interested in becoming a reviewer for the European Journal of Criminology? An official publication of the European Society of Criminology, the EJC is the leading source of scholarship devoted to criminology in Europe.Read more
At Vilnius airport, the wait times one is conditioned to expect, rather refreshingly, do not exist. So I end up having checked in way too early to my flight back home. I look for a relatively silent corner, and settle with my book, a Swedish crime novel. After some time I realize that the person who has been sitting next to me, and who is now packing, has been reading the same book.Read more
My research seeks to assess the impact of international relations on domestic socio-political change through the medium of crime control, and is particularly focused on the relationship between state power and the international diffusion of values and policies against corruption, organised crime, and political violence.Read more
From now on, it is demanded from future organizers of ESC conferences to hold the opening ceremony in a building at least as splendid as the one in Vilnius. The baroque church of the University also mirrored the social construction of reality that is so central to criminology – the illusion, the rhetoric, the hierarchy, the hidden power structures and the portraying of saints and sinners.Read more
In an attempt to explore the status of conference presentations and journal publications that have an international or comparative focus, the authors compared all 3,786 scholarly presentations (the unit of analysis) at the European Society of Criminology conferences from 2001 to 2010 with all 171 articles published in the European Journal of Criminology from 2004 to 2010 utilizing content analysis.Read more