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PhD Dissertations

Completed PhDs

Bentrup, Christina: Learning Processes and Juvenile Delinquency. A Longitudinal Analysis of Delinquent Behaviour from the Perspective of Social Learning Theory.

Daniel, Andreas: Delinquency and the Transition to Adulthood.

Kanz, Kristina-Maria: Media Consumption and Delinquency. Longitudinal Analyses about the Effects of Violent Media Consumption of Juveniles.

Kunadt, Susann: Social Ecological Determinants of Juvenile Delinquency - The Effects of the Local Social Background on Adolescent’s Criminal Behaviour in Duisburg.

Mariotti, Luca: The Study of Substance Use in Longitudinal Research.

Pöge, Alina: Classification and Courses of Delinquent Behaviour. An Analysis of Juveniles Coming from Münster.

Pöge, Andreas: Social Milieus and Criminal Activity at Young Age. An Investigation of Value-orientation and Music Typologies in Münster and Duisburg.

Pollich, Daniela:  Hassles and Violence. A Sociological Analysis of Juvenile Serious Offenders Actions.

Schulte, Philipp: Sanctioning and Crime - The Effects of Formal Interventions on Crime.

Seddig, Daniel: Social Value Orientation, Bonds, the Acceptance of Norms and Juvenile Delinquency. A Sociocolgical-etiological Model to Explain Delinquent Behaviour During Adolescence.

Theimann, Maike: Delinquency and School Socialisation.

Verneuer, Lena: Violence as a Sanctioning Action.

Walburg, Christian: Migration and Juvenile Delinquency. An Analysis Based on a Socio-structural Model of Delinquency.

Wittenberg, Jochen: Shoplifting by Juveniles. Testing the Theory of Planned Behaviour.

 

Current PhDs

Erdmann, Anke: The Victim-Offender-Overlap from a Life Course Perspective.

Herlth, Anna: Delinquenzabbrüche.

Kessler, Georg: The Late-bloomers of the third Decade of Life - Impact for Criminological Theorizing and Methodology.

Schwarz, Andrea: Analyzing delinquency in panel studies considering attrition patterns.