Character, Circumstances, and Criminal Careers (inbunden)
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Treiber, Kyle / Roman, Gabriela
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Character, Circumstances, and Criminal Careers

Towards a Dynamic Developmental and Life-Course Criminology

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Character, Circumstances, and Criminal Careers explores and explains the causes and drivers of criminal involvement from adolescence into young adulthood. The book presents an original theory and a uniquely detailed study to explore the relationship between individual and environmental factors across a critical developmental period.
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Per-Olof H. Wikstrm (PhD, Docent, Stockholm University) FBA; Professor Emeritus, University of Cambridge; Professor, Malmo University. Wikstrm's research focuses on the development and empirical testing of an integrative theory of the causes of crime (situational action theory; SAT) and how this can contribute to knowledge-based crime policy and prevention. He has received a number of scientific accolades, including: Northern Scholar at the University of Edinburgh 1992; Sellin-Glueck Award 1994; Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Studies of Behavioural Science, Stanford 2002; Fellow of the American Society of Criminology 2010; Elected to the British Academy 2011; Stockholm Prize in Criminology 2016; Honorary Doctorate UNED 2017. Kyle Treiber is Associate Professor in Neurocriminology at the University of Cambridge and Co-Director of the Centre for Analytic Criminology ( ) and the Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Study (PADS+). She is a member of the Executive Board of the European Society of Criminology as Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Criminology (2021-2025). Her research and teaching bring the fields of neuroscience and criminology together to explain criminal behaviour as an outcome of the interplay between individual and social factors in action processes. Her work has helped to align Situational Action Theory (SAT) with contemporary neuroscience and integrated neurocognitive elements into PADS+. Gabriela D. Roman is Affiliated Lecturer at the University of Cambridge, and an Affiliated Researcher at the Centre for Analytic Criminology. She has held Fellowships at the Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) and the University of Greenwich (England) and was a PADS+ Postdoctoral Research Associate with a specialization in structural equation and growth mixture modelling. Her main research focus is on arousal-modulated cognitions in adverse environments, and the roles of self-image and self-regulation as precursors of antisocial behaviours and mental ill health.


Part 1: Explaining Crime Events and Criminal Careers: Situational Action Theory and It's Developmental Ecological Action Model 1: Towards A Dynamic Developmental and Life-Course Criminology 2: Explaining Crime Events and Criminal Careers: Situational Action Theory (SAT) And Its Developmental Ecological Action (DEA) Model Part 2: Introducing PADS+: Research Design and Key Findings About Participants' Crime and Criminal Careers 3: The Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Developmental Study (PADS+): An Overview 4: Crime and Criminal Careers 5: Trajectories Of Crime Part 3: The DEA Model: Testing the causes and drivers of criminal careers 6: Character and Crime Propensity 7: Criminogenic Circumstances and Exposure 8: The Age and Crime Distribution and its Explanation 9: Crime Propensity and Criminogenic Exposure: The Drivers of Crime Trajectories Part 4: The DEA Model: Exploring the role of social contexts 10: Does Childhood Social Disadvantage and Social Adversity Set People on Particular Pathways in Crime? 11: Do Changing Connections to Key Social Institutions Influence Crime Propensities, Criminogenic Exposure, and Crime Involvement Through Adolescence and Into Early Adulthood? 12: Coda Technical Appendix