Paula Bleckmann and Nadine Jukschat published an article Artikel Why gaming is good nonetheless – strategies of neutralization among video game addicts and researchers in the social sciences in the current issue of the journal MedienPädagogik No. 27. http://www.medienpaed.com/article/view/486/470 In a first step, different current approaches toward describing the phenomenon of… Read more →
“Computer game dependency” is defined in the current social and scientific discourse by medico-psychological perspectives, the players are tendently conceptualized as “ill.” The dissertation by Nadine Jukschat, published at BELTZ Juventa as a book, takes a different position and sketches dependent computer games. In the tradition of social scientific addiction… Read more →
From April 2016 to May 2017, the KFN carried out a research project on the phenomenon of transient burglar offenders. Within the scope of the research, 30 interviews were conducted with imprisoned intruders who came to Germany shortly to commit burglaries (so-called traveling offenders) and those who after a short… Read more →
On April, 20 2017 the KFN-project school surveys released the results of the Lower Saxony Survey 2013 and 2015 in the research report No. 131. In terms of content, it is linked to earlier KFN school surveys. An emphasis is put on investigating the dark field of juvenile criminality, which… Read more →
In the first edition of the magazine Bewährungshilfe. Soziales – Strafrecht – Kriminalpolitik, Thimna Klatt (KFN) and Dirk Baier (Zurich University of Applied Sciences) have published an article titled Prevalence and Predictors of Drug Consumption in the Youth Penitentiary. For more information about the magazine and ordering options, see http://www.bewhi.de/.