Lieven J.R. Pauwels
Lieven J.R. Pauwels
Ghent University, IRCP (Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy)
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Differential online exposure to extremist content and political violence: Testing the relative strength of social learning and competing perspectives
L Pauwels, N Schils
Terrorism and Political Violence 28 (1), 1-29, 2016
Does the effect of self-control on adolescent offending vary by level of morality? A test in three countries
R Svensson, L Pauwels, FM Weerman
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (6), 732-743, 2010
Social disorganization, social capital, collective efficacy and the spatial distribution of crime and offenders: An empirical test of six neighbourhood models for a Dutch city
GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels, FM Weerman, W Bernasco
British Journal of Criminology 53 (5), 942-963, 2013
Situational causes of offending: A fixed‐effects analysis of space–time budget data
W Bernasco, S Ruiter, GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels, FM Weerman
Criminology 51 (4), 895-926, 2013
When is spending time with peers related to delinquency? The importance of where, what, and with whom
FM Weerman, W Bernasco, GJN Bruinsma, LJR Pauwels
Crime & Delinquency 61 (10), 1386-1413, 2015
The use of predictive analysis in spatiotemporal crime forecasting: Building and testing a model in an urban context
A Rummens, W Hardyns, L Pauwels
Applied geography 86, 255-261, 2017
Moral emotions and offending: Do feelings of anticipated shame and guilt mediate the effect of socialization on offending?
R Svensson, FM Weerman, LJR Pauwels, GJN Bruinsma, W Bernasco
European Journal of Criminology 10 (1), 22-39, 2013
Is a risky lifestyle always “risky”? The interaction between individual propensity and lifestyle risk in adolescent offending: A test in two urban samples
R Svensson, L Pauwels
Crime & Delinquency 56 (4), 608-626, 2010
Testing Situational Action Theory: A narrative review of studies published between 2006 and 2015
LJR Pauwels, R Svensson, H Hirtenlehner
European Journal of Criminology 15 (1), 32-55, 2018
Youth involvement in politically motivated violence: why do social integration, perceived legitimacy, and perceived discrimination matter?
MSO De Waele, L Pauwels
International Journal of Conflict and Violence (IJCV) 8 (1), 134-153, 2014
Perceived sanction risk, individual propensity and adolescent offending: Assessing key findings from the deterrence literature in a Dutch sample
L Pauwels, F Weerman, G Bruinsma, W Bernasco
European Journal of Criminology 8 (5), 386-400, 2011
Explaining and understanding the role of exposure to new social media on violent extremism. An integrative quantitative and qualitative approach (RADIMED): Summary
L Pauwels, F Brion, B De Ruyver
Brussels: Belgian Science Policy, 2014, 2014
Why are young adults willing to cooperate with the police and comply with traffic laws? Examining the role of attitudes toward the police and law, perceived deterrence and …
A Van Damme, L Pauwels
International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 46, 103-116, 2016
Why do Swedes cooperate with the police? A SEM analysis of Tyler’s procedural justice model
A Van Damme, L Pauwels, R Svensson
European journal on criminal policy and research 21, 15-33, 2015
Is the effect of perceived deterrence on juvenile offending contingent on the level of self-control? Results from three countries
H Hirtenlehner, LJR Pauwels, G Mesko
British Journal of Criminology 54 (1), 128-150, 2014
Political violence and the mediating role of violent extremist propensities
N Schils, LJR Pauwels
Journal of Strategic Security 9 (2), 70-91, 2016
Is the criminogenic effect of exposure to peer delinquency dependent on the ability to exercise self-control? Results from three countries
H Hirtenlehner, L Pauwels, G Mesko
Journal of Criminal Justice 43 (6), 532-543, 2015
Exploring the relationship between offending and victimization: What is the role of risky lifestyles and low self-control? A test in two urban samples
LJR Pauwels, R Svensson
European journal on criminal policy and research 17, 163-177, 2011
The space-time budget method in criminological research
EM Hoeben, W Bernasco, FM Weerman, L Pauwels, S van Halem
Crime Science 3, 1-15, 2014
Perceived group threat, perceived injustice, and self-reported right-wing violence: An integrative approach to the explanation right-wing violence
LJR Pauwels, B Heylen
Journal of interpersonal violence 35 (21-22), 4276-4302, 2020
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