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Institute of Criminology



Manuel Eisner

A. Nivette, L. Echelmeyer, L. Weerman, Manuel Eisner & D. Ribeaud. (2021) Understanding Changes in Violent Extremist Attitudes During the Transition to Early Adulthood. Journal of Quantitative Criminology 

L.G. Speyer, Manuel Eisner, D. Ribeaud, M. Luciano, B. Auyeung & A. L. Murray (2021) Developmental Relations Between Internalising Problems and ADHD in Childhood: a Symptom Level Perspective. SpringerLink

A. Steinhoff, L. Bechtiger, D. Ribeaud, A. L. Murray, U. Hepp, Manuel Eisner & Lilly Shanahan (2021) Self-Injury and Domestic Violence in Young Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Trajectories, Precursors, and Correlates.

Manuel Eisner (2021) Lockdowns reduced urban crime by over a third around the globe – but some cities benefited more than others. PolicingInsight

I. Schuster, P. Tomaszewska, P. Gul, D. Ribeaud & Manuel Eisner (2021) The role of moral neutralization of aggression and justification of violence against women in predicting physical teen dating violence perpetration and monitoring among adolescents in Switzerland. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development

Peter Neyroud

J. Maskály, S. Kutnjak Ivkovich & Peter Neyroud (2021) A comparative study of police organizational changes during the COVID-19 pandemic: responding to public health crisis or something else? Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 

Y. Wu, I. Y. Sun, S.Kutnjak Ivkovich, J. Maskály, S. Shen & Peter Neyroud (2021) Explaining Stress during the COVID-19 Pandemic among Chinese Police Officers. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice

Anna Schliehe & Ben Crewe. (2021) Top bunk, bottom bunk: cellsharing in prisonsThe British Journal of Criminology 

Anna Schliehe (2021) Young Women's Carceral Geographies: Abandonment, Trouble and Mobility.  This book is published within the series of Emerald Studies in Criminology, Feminism and Social Change.  It is available through open access on the Emerald website:  The book interrogates conceptual ideas around power, punishment and abandonment with specific reference to the experience of young women.  It is based on data from Scotland but more generally examines the particular challenges that young women face within the criminal justice system, and traces their journeys in, out and beyond confinement.

Guy C. M. Skinner, David Farrington & Darrick Jolliffe (2021). Criminal Careers and Early Death: Relationships in the Cambridge Study in Delinquent Development. British Journal of Criminology

Hardie, B., & P.-O. H. Wikström (2021). Space-Time Budget methodology: Facilitating social ecology of crime. In J. C. Barnes & D. Forde (Eds.), Encyclopedia of research methods and statistical techniques in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Wiley.