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La REIC y la evidencia criminológica
Cuatro años en la REIC
Criminal victimisation in Latino Amerrica
Reflections on “old” and “new” terrorismo
The purpose of the following work is to set out the fundamental differences between what is already defined as ‘old’ and ‘new’ terrorism. Looking at the actions carried out by Islamist terrorism since the fatal attacks of 11 September 2001, it can be seen that it responds to motivations and uses co...
Special series: The transition from juvenile delinquency to adulthood II
The empirical study of criminal activity and its evolution over time has been a nuclear theme in scientific criminology. Starting with Quetelet’s pioneering and descriptive work (1842), continuing with the classic The Jack Roller by Shaw (1931), and culminating in the emblematic study by Wolfgang, F...
How criminal courts blend punitive ends with immigration control aims: The decision-making process of the discretionary prosecution provision to authorise an administrative expulsion
The involvement of the criminal justice system in immigration control is nowadays a global phenomenon that has called the attention of academics and practitioners. The Spanish legal regime has not been immune to this occurrence, encompassing a series of situations in which criminal courts are requir...
Abstract book of the IX Spanish Criminology Congress, Girona 2012
Principles of Criminology (4th ed.), S. Redondo and V. Garrido. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2013
Prediction and prevention of breach of permits penitenciarios
Preventing breaches of prison permits promotes the success of rehabilitation programmes in prisons. We have assessed the predictive capacity of RisCanvi Screening, a new protocol for risk assessment in prison settings used in Catalonia. The annual rate of breach is 0.21 %. 668 cases with exit permi...
Presentation of the special series on “Transition from juvenile delinquency to adulthood”
Between 2009 and 2011, under the leadership of Professors Rolf Loeber, Psychiatry Department of the University of Pittsburgh, and David Farrington of the Academic Institute of the University of Cambridge, and on behalf of the US Government’s National Institute of Justice (NIJ), a large research proj...
Criminal victimisation in 17 countries industrializados
Noise silenced in Criminology and the environment. Preliminary remarks for acoustic sensory criminology
In the field of crime, neither the potential of noise as a cause or effect of diverted behaviour, nor its environmental aspect, have been analysed in the same way as other environmental phenomena. Green Criminology and Environmental Criminal Law are emerging areas of recognised importance in the so-...
The stigma of criminal records in the world of work. An experimental study
This work aims to determine whether the effect of the stigma of criminal records should be considered to explain the job insecurity of people with a conviction in Spain. Previous studies could not separate this effect from other possible explanations, such as the prevalence of training deficits or t...
Use of Geographical Information Systems in the study by Miedo al Delito
This work explores the possibilities of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) for the study of spatial aspects related to fear of crime in urban contexts, and presents a specific case: study of fear of crime in DonostiaSan Sebastian. Based on surveys of a sample of residents, the distribution of t...
Joint analysis of Case Configurations: an introduction to the Configural Pensorship
This article is the first step-by-step guide in Castilian to carry out a Joint Analysis of Case Formalities (Miethe, Troshynski, Part Hart, 2008). This is defined as an exploratory technique for multivariate analysis of categorical data that provides an alternative to other traditional methods. Its...
Research on sensitive topics in the Fin de Grado Works in Criminología
A significant part of the Graduate Fine (TFG) work in Criminology is carried out on topics considered sensitive. This article analyses how the first promotions of detainees have been carried out considering the important implications for the safety of participants and students, the proper managemen...
Control of public spaces as a means of social exclusion. Some regional contrasts
The city as a privileged space for social interaction and cooperation, where the relationship between unknown people is facilitated, is undergoing a remarkable transformation. This reorganisation has a particular impact on traditionally suspected individuals and groups, which increase their social e...
Narrative analysis of the social partners involved in gender-based violence
Approximation to qualitative methodology through narrative analysis allows criminal research to address complex social realities by interpreting perceptions made by subjects related to a specific topic. Our research aims to analyse Organic Law 1/2004 of 28 December 2007 on comprehensive protection m...
Do we live in a more violent society? A socio-historical analysis of interpersonal violence in France, from the 1970s to our días
This text is a socio-historical interpretation test to think about the development of violent behaviour in interpersonal relationships since the 1970s onwards. It is based on an original synthesis of different types of available data: police and judicial statistics, victimisation and self-reported...
The role of criminal mediation in the process of changing the offender
The main objective of this article is to know the capacity of restorative justice to have an impact on the withdrawal of anti-social or criminal behaviour, in order to identify the role of mediation in potential change processes (PROCHASKA, DiClemente, 1983; (1984) of the offenders. The results show...
Delineating punitivism. Spanish attitudes towards punishing juvenile offenders and adultos
The study of punitive attitudes has intensified in recent decades. However, the instruments used in their measurement have not evolved in the same way. The aim of this work has been to develop and validate a scale on a representative sample of the Spanish population (n = 1.000, 51.1 % women, averag...
Not only fried. Criticisms and justifications on criminal justice in the Argentinian press
This article first presents the perceptions given by judicial actors of the role played by the media in general, and the press in particular, in the Argentine criminal justice administration. Then analyse the representations and characteristics shown — and circulate — in the written press on crimina...
Institutional treatment of children who commit crimes before 14 años
OL 5/2000, which regulates the criminal liability of minors, has obliged the Autonomous Communities not only to assume responsibility for responding to children aged between 14 and 17 who commit crimes, but also to work formally and preventively with those under the age of 14 years of age. The juve...
Systematic review of the concept of politicisation from a methodological perspective
The concept of politicisation, understood as experimenting with multiple types of victimisation during childhood and adolescents, is widely recognised. The development of the Youth Victimisation Questionnaire has enabled a comprehensive study of this phenomenon. However, there is no agreement on the...