1. Patient autonomy and criminal law : A German perspective Contribution
    Magnus, Dorothea (2022)
    In: Daniluk, Pawel (Eds.), Patient autonomy and criminal law. European perspectives, Routledge, London, (Routledge research in health law, ), pp. 114-136
  2. Cooperation agreements in Germany and the United States Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Thaman, Stephen C. (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 300-346
  3. Germany Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Bock, Stefanie (2022)
    In: Adams, Verity; Bohlander, Michael; Reed, Alan; Simpson, Bethany (Eds.), Fault in criminal law. A research companion, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, London; New York, (Substantive issues in criminal law, ), pp. 169-188
  4. Narrative construction of power and knowledge in the police: Suspicion and defining the deviant Contribution
    Dangelmaier, Tamara (2022)
    In: Porsché, Yannik; Scholz, Ronny; Singh, Jaspal (Eds.), Institutionality. Studies of discursive and material (re-)ordering, Springer, Cham, (Springer eBook Collection, ), pp. 429-448
  5. The criminal is always the foreigner?! A case study of minority signification in German crime reporting Journal Article
    Kakavand, Azade Esther ; Trilling, Damian (2022)
    In: International Journal of Communication, pp. 1169-1196
  6. The legitimacy of offences criminalising incitement to terrorist acts: A European perspective Contribution
    Petzsche, Anneke (2022)
    In: Cancio Meliá, Manuel; Llobet Anglì, Mariona; Walker, Clive (Eds.), Precursor crimes of terrorism. The criminalisation of terrorism risk in comparative perspective, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham
  7. Criminal proceedings in times of pandemic Contribution
    Dauster, Manfred (2022)
    In: (Eds.), New legal reality: Challenges and perspectives. II. The 8th international scientific conference of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia, University of Latvia Press, pp. 248-271
  8. New school speech regulation as a regulatory strategy against hate speech on social media: The case of Germany's NetzDG Journal Article
    Griffin, Rachel (2022)
    In: Telecommunications Policy, 46(9)
  9. Utilizing personal values to explain people’s attitudes towards legal norms Journal Article
    Bilsky, Wolfgang ; Borg, Ingwer ; Hermann, Dieter (2022)
    In: European Journal of Criminology, 19(4), pp. 632-652
  10. The fragmented picture of social care for older people in German prisons Journal Article
    Kenkmann, Andrea ; Ghanem, Christian ; Erhard, Silvia (2022)
    In: Journal of aging & social policy, pp. 1-12
  11. The German penal catalogue for fan misbehaviour in football: a model for other countries? Journal Article
    Winskowski, Philipp (2022)
    In: International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 14(1), pp. 71-91
  12. Domestic violence against male same-sex partners in the EU with special reference to refugee and migrant gay men in Germany Book
    Naik, Yeshwant (2022)
    ISBN 9783030868062, Springer, Cham
  13. Police investigations in “loverboy” cases. The modus operandi of “loverboys” – challenges of law enforcement in dealing with the offence of trafficking in human beings Journal Article
    Körner, Mascha (2022)
    In: Zeitschrift für Polizeiwissenschaft und polizeiliche Praxis, 19(5), pp. 77-91
  14. Improving electronic evidence legal regulation in criminal proceedings Journal Article
    Maiorova, Ludmila (2022)
    In: SHS Web of Conferences, pp. 1-5