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                                                                      GUEST

                     DAVID W.M. SORENSEN Ph.D.

                                

                                    Criminologist

                                Senior Researcher

                              

                                   Faculty of Law

                               

                            University of Copenhagen

                                 Dave.Sorensen@jur.ku.dk

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More About: DAVID W.M. SORENSEN Ph.D.

 

David W.M. Sorensen, Ph.D.

Associate Research Professor and External Lecturer
(
Forskningslektor og kursuslektor)

 

Name:

David W.M. Sorensen

Address:      

Faculty of Law, Research Department III
(Det Juridiske Fakultet, Forskningsafdeling III)
Sankt Peders Stræde 19
DK-1453 Copenhagen K
Denmark
 

Tel:

+45 353 23156

Fax:

+45 353 23334

E-mail:

Dave.Sorensen@jur.ku.dk

Education

  • Ph.D., Criminal Justice. Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, 2003. 
  • M.A., Criminal Justice. Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, 1994.
  • B.A., Sociology. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1989.

Ph.D. Thesis: "The Effects of Intimate Partnering and Marital Failure on Criminal Behavior: Social Causation or Self-Selection?"  Committee:  Drs. Mercer L. Sullivan, Jeffrey Fagan, Ronald V. Clarke, and Elin J. Waring.

Primary Research Interests

  • Crime Analysis: Burglary analysis and prevention; geographic, demographic and temporal analysis; repeat victimization.

  • Criminal Careers and Life Course Analysis: Age and crime; the versatility and stability of deviant behavior; desistance.
  • Methodology: Survey design; electronic registry and longitudinal data analysis.

Current Research

  • Violence Against Public Servants (Vold mod tjenestemand).  This two-year study explores the reasons behind the 345% rise in registered violence directed against Danish public servants (Penal Code §119) during the period 1991 to 2003. The project is financed by The Rockwool Foundation (Rockwoolfonden) and conducted with co-researchers Peter Kruize (Faculty of Law) and David Dreyer Lassen (Department of Economics), both of the University of Copenhagen.

Current Teaching

Publications

Book Reviews

  • In Danish.  Franklin Zimring and Gordon Hawkin’s (1997) “Crime is Not the Problem: Lethal Violence in America.” 1998. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab (Scandinavian Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology). 85(5): 405-409.

Extended CV

[Medarbejderes hjemmesider] [Forskningsafdeling III] [Forskningsafdelinger] [05-10-05]

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