Brottslighet och utsatthet i Malmö

Translated title of the contribution: Crime, Victimization and Vulnerability in Malmö

Marie Väfors-Fritz (Editor), Ardavan Khoshnood (Editor)

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Abstract

Malmö and its inhabitants are living in a historical era and in a changing environment – in a city that has grown with 43 percent since 1990. Crime, Victimization and Vulnerability in Malmö presents a selection of current research, and the impact that crime, victimization and vulnerability have had on Malmö since the early 2000s.

Crime, Victimization and Vulnerability in Malmö addresses topics such as gun and explo-sive violence, arson, offender characteristics, hate crime and victimological aspects. The book also discusses the link between crime and substance abuse, presents a crime victim study of EU citizens, and invites readers to listen in on a conversation between a criminolo-gist and an active-duty police officer. Finally, a psychiatrist reflects on how society’s inte-raction with people with antisocial problems has changed over time.

The book has a clear link to Malmö, but can be used to understand crime, victimization and vulnerability in other places. Readers are encouraged to reflect critically on crime, victimization and vulnerability, and on how these are portrayed both in the media and in the book itself. The hope is that this book will contribute to the discussion on Malmö’s crime, victimization and vulnerability and that it will inspire thoughts, questions and curiosity about criminology as a subject.
Translated title of the contributionCrime, Victimization and Vulnerability in Malmö
Original languageSwedish
Place of PublicationLund
PublisherStudentlitteratur AB
Number of pages172
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9789144126272
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Sociology (excluding Social Work, Social Psychology and Social Anthropology)

Free keywords

  • Crime
  • Vulnerability
  • Malmö
  • Firearm-Related Violence
  • Violence
  • Addiction
  • Arson
  • Psychaitry
  • Police

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