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Droit et institutions pénales

Bourses pour recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales

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Publié le dimanche 28 avril 2002 par Natalie Petiteau

Résumé

CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE (CNRS) Proposes near to Paris ADVANCED RESEARCH IN CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE At Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales (CESDIP) Immeuble Edison, 43 bouleva

Annonce

CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE (CNRS)

Proposes near to Paris
ADVANCED RESEARCH IN CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

At

Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales (CESDIP)
Immeuble Edison, 43 boulevard Vauban 78280 Guyancourt
rlevy@ext.jussieu.fr – zemb@ext.jussieu.fr
http://www.cesdip.msh-paris.fr


CESDIP is the main French research center in the area of crime and criminal justice. A joint center of CNRS and the Ministry of Justice, it is part of an international network (GERN, Groupe européen de recherches sur les normativités) and has also a joint research program with the Max Planck Institut für internationales und ausländisches Strafrecht (Freiburg, Germany). It cooperates with a wide range of specialized French and foreign agencies. The CESDIP is located about 20 kms from Paris, nearby Versailles (easily accessible by subway).
One or more Marie Curie research fellowships are offered each year for periods between 3 and 12 months. Research fellows may have a background in any of the social sciences or law.
Research fellows will have full access to the center's activities, facilities and library. They will be assisted in making contacts with other agencies. They will have a supervisor among the center's senior researchers.
Main research themes:

1. Socio-political analysis of the law- making process (substantive or procedural criminal law)

2. Enforcement of legal norms and the criminal justice process
* Public and private police organisations
* Legal professions
* Specific crimes (homicide, violence, drugs, money-laundering, organized crime etc..), specific deviant sub-populations (adults, women, juveniles, migrants etc..)
* Sentencing
* Corrections

3. Victims surveys and fear of crime

4. Theoretical and historical approaches

* History of criminology and related sciences
* History of crime and criminal justice
* Sociological theory of crime, deviance and norms

Post-graduate students will be selected on the basis of their scientific ability, current research program, and compatibility with the centre's programme. They will be asked to have a working knowledge of French.

The CNRS is an equal opportunity employer.

Application deadline : 15 June 2002

Starting date : by agreement with the selected fellow (deadline : 15 December 2002)

Duration : 3 to 12 months

Number of fellowships in 2002 : 2

Send your application to Ms. Sylvie Zemb at the above address; please include CV, research project, recommendation letter of doctoral supervisor.

Further information : http://www.cordis.lu/improving/fellowships/home.htm


Dates

  • samedi 15 juin 2002

Contacts

  • Sylvie Zemb
    courriel : zemb [at] ext [dot] jussieu [dot] fr

URLS de référence

Pour citer cette annonce

« Droit et institutions pénales », Informations diverses, Calenda, Publié le dimanche 28 avril 2002, http://calenda.org/187161