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  • 12 of 996 Publications

  1. The COVID-19 pandemic in Germany: Prevention measures, protest and the impact on crime rates Contribution
    Habermann, Julia ; Zech, Louisa (2022)
    In: Becucci, Stefano; Dobryninas, Aleksandras; Siegel, Dina (Eds.), COVID-19, society and crime in Europe, Springer, Cham, (Studies Of Organized Crime, ), pp. 197-220
  2. Far right in Germany Journal Article
    Suhajda, Attila (2021)
    In: Košická bezpečnostná revue, 11(2), pp. 99-112
  3. Radicalization potentials of young Muslims in prison: What role do religious factors play? Journal Article
    King, Sonja ; Endres, Johann ; Stemmler, Mark (2021)
    In: Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform, 104(3), pp. 259-270
  4. Left-wing extremist violence: Risk and protective factors in a targeted sample of potential extremists Journal Article
    Jugl, Irina ; Bender, Doris ; Lösel, Friedrich (2021)
    In: Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform, 104(3), pp. 243-258
  5. Immigration influx as a trigger for right-wing crime: a temporal analysis of hate crimes in Germany in the light of the ‘refugee crisis’ Journal Article
    Piatkowska, Sylwia J.; Hövermann, Andreas ; Yang, Tse-Chuan (2020)
    In: The British Journal of Criminology, 60(3), pp. 620-641
  6. Sentencing, judicial discretion, and political prisoners in pre-war Nazi Germany Journal Article
    Geerling, Wayne ; Magee, Gary B.; Smyth, Russell (2016)
    In: The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 46(4), pp. 517-542
  7. Punishment on the path to socialism : socialist perspectives on crime and criminal justice before World War I Contribution
    Fleiter, Andreas (2014)
    In: Wetzell, Richard (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in modern Germany, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 16), pp. 56-85
  8. Undesirable posters and dubious symbols. Anglo-German legal solutions to the display of right-wing symbolism and propaganda Journal Article
    Newman, Christopher J.; Rackow, Peter (2011)
    In: The Journal of Criminal Law, 75(2), pp. 142-155
  9. The German hate crime concept. An account of the classification and registration of bias-motivated offences and the implementation of the hate crime model into Germany’s law enforcement system Journal Article
    Glet, Alke (2009)
    In: Internet Journal of Criminology, pp. 1-20
  10. The future of liberal democracies in a time of terror. A comparison of the impact on civil liberties in the Federal Republic of Germany and the United States Journal Article
    Boyne, Shawn Marie (2003)
    In: Tulsa Journal of Comparative & International Law, 11(1), pp. 111-178
  11. German criminal justice and right-wing extremists: Is justice in Germany 'blind in the right eye'? Journal Article
    Prützel-Thomas, Monika (2000)
    In: Debatte: Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe, 8(2), pp. 209-225
  12. The law of incitement and the use of speech to incite others to commit criminal acts : German law in comparative perspective Contribution
    Eser, Albin (2000)
    In: Kretzmer, David (Eds.), Freedom of speech and incitement against democracy, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, pp. 119-146

  • 12 of 996 Publications