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Eminent scientists from various European countries—including Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, and Sweden—explain and evaluate the use of self-reported crime surveys in this comparative review. As one of the most prominent ways to measure and study specific types of crime and deviance, self-reported crime surveys are carried out and put to use in a variety of ways across European countries. Contributors to this examination include Marcelo F. Aebi, Lina Andersson, Cécile Carra, Giada Anna Maria Cartocchi, Thomas Görgen, Janne Kivivuori, Susan McVie, Lieven Pauwels, Stefaan Pleysier, Susann Rabold, Philippe Robert, Giovanni Battista Traverso, and Simona Traverso.
About the Author
Renée Zauberman is a senior researcher focusing on norms and deviance at the Center for Sociological Research on Law and Penal Institutions, a research center affiliated with the French National Center of Scientific Research.