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This book provides a comprehensive introduction to life-course criminology. It covers the dominant theories and methodologies in the field and equips you with all you need to succeed in your studies on the subject.
Since February 2010, the longitudinal research study The Stockholm Life Course Project: Life-Courses and Crime In the Swedish Welfare State Through Half a Century is conducted at the Department of Criminology. The project consists of two research blocks, a quantitative and a qualitative, and is a follow-up study of three existing research populations.
Professor Jerzy Sarnecki from Stockholm University's Department of Criminology is a regular commentator in the Swedish media on the subject of crime.Sarnecki, whose position is officially entitled Chair of General Criminology, retains his long-standing interest in the question of crime amongst young people in Sweden. He is currently leading a longitudinal research project entitled: “The Stockholm Life Course Project: Life-Courses and Crime In the Swedish Welfare State Through Half a Century”. This research follows up on two previous studies of men who participated in the Clientele Study of 1956, and Jonssons and Kälvestens 322