Chair: Ineke Haen Marshall

International Self-Report Delinquency Study: Update and Information (ISRD)

Building: A
Room: 01


Author: Marshall Ineke Haen, Northeastern University

Christopher Birkbeck, Salford University; Dirk Enzmann, University of Hamburg; Janne Kivuviori, University of Helsinki; Anna Markina, University of Tartu; Majone Steketee, Verwey-Jonker Institute and Erasmus University
Title: International Self-Report Delinquency Study: Update and Information (Isrd)
This is an informational meeting organized by the Steering Committee of the International Self-Report Delinquency Study (ISRD3). There will no formal paper presentations at this session, the panel provides a forum for updates as well as open discussion. The ISRD3 is a large international collaborative survey study of 7th, 8th and 9th graders, focusing on delinquency, victimization, and substance use. The ISRD3 study tests social control theory, self-control theory, institutional anomie theory, procedural justice theory and Situational Action theory. The primary purpose of this meeting is to provide participants in the third sweep of the International Self-Report Delinquency Study (ISRD3) with an opportunity to discuss ideas about methodological and practical issues encountered during the fieldwork, ongoing analysis of data, and plans for ISRD4, expected to commence in 2020. The meeting is intended primarily for the national partners of the ISRD3 project, but everybody interested is welcome. The meeting also will present the opportunity for those not familiar with the ISRD project to familiarize themselves with the project and to explore joining the ISRD international research team.
Keywords: Comparative research; juvenile delinquency; survey
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