Acadmic Publications

The School of Criminology is a center for innovative research. The school's faculty members combine research from different disciplines such as law, sociology, psychology and political theory. The framework of study in the school spans a wide spectrum of analysis joining theoretical, empirical and applied research at both the micro and macro levels. The faculty research interests include, inter-alia, psychopathology, criminal profiling, domestic violence, youth at risk, victimology, road-traffic delinquency, demography and crime, inequality and crime, state crimes, social control, restorative justice, internet and crime, immigration and crime, child abuse and negect and methodology (both qualitative and quantitative). We are working towards establishing research centers in these various fields.

Hava Dayan, Assaultive-Femicide and the American Felony-Murder Rule”, Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law, Volume 22:1, 2016.

T. Gal, “‘The conflict is ours’: Community Involvement in Restorative Justice”, 19 Contemporary Justice Review (3), pp. 289-306 (2016).

Mehozay, Y &  Factor, r. "Deeply Embedded Core Normative Values and Legitimacy of Law Enforcement Authorities." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (2016): 0022427816667446.

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