Themes with lists of keywords

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Themes with lists of keywords

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Criminology and victimology / Criminological theory

Criminogenic risk factors and promotive factors in juveniles undergoing a screening by the Dutch Child Protection Board; an exploratory analysis of the degree of concern and the criminogenic risk factors and promotive factors identified by child welfare investigators (full text available only in Dutch)

This study provides an overview of the problems encountered by juveniles at the beginning of the judicial chain. The insights...

Research with publication | 06-07-2009

Social network analysis; (full text available only in Dutch)

Social networks can be considered as a promising perspective to provide key information about the functioning of criminal...

Publication | 14-08-2008

Dutch prisoners in foreign detention

The number of Dutch prisoners in foreign detention is high, compaired to other countries. This number has risen in recent...

Research with publication | 02-07-2008

Brain mechanisms and antisocial behavior; Neurobiological research and issues concerning the explanation, reduction and prevention of criminality (full text available only in Dutch)

In recent years, there has been a great deal of investment in the development of effective behavioural interventions aimed at...

Research with publication | 30-05-2008

Biology and criminology

More than six years after the themed issue 'Biologic factors of aggressive behaviour' (in 2000), another special issue on the...

Publication | 18-12-2006

The kick

There is nothing quite as personal as experiencing a kick. The Van Dale dictionary defines this broadly as 'a pleasant...

Publication | 14-08-2006

Criminal Justice and Social Policy

Publication | 01-01-2002

Football Violence

Publication | 30-06-2000

Biological factors of criminal behavior

Publication | 30-04-2000

Private Security

Publication | 30-06-1999

Basic Inter-term relationships

  • SN Clarifying the meaning or definition of the use of a term
  • USE Preferred Term
  • UF Non-preferred term
  • BT Hierarchical higher term
  • NT Hierarchical lower term
  • RT Associative term