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Centre de recherches sociologiques sur le droit et les institutions pénales

Laboratory presentation

The Sociological Research Centre on Law and Criminal Institutions (CESDIP) is a research laboratory attached to the UVSQ, the CNRS, the University of Cergy and the Ministry of Justice. Its research focuses on the sociology of justice and delinquency, according to 3 transversal themes:
- changes in criminal professions and institutions
- knowledge about crimes and deviances
- quantifying crimes and deviance phenomena.
The focus of the research lab is on criminal practices and policies, police organizations, minorities and discrimination, citizens and justice, as well as local partnerships and the territorialization of security issues.

The 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
The psychiatrist, at the mercy of his time: Study of certificates written in the first half of the twentieth century at the Henri-Colin service Véronique Fau-Vincenti 02/01/22 Information Psychiatrique
Performance mechanisms meet professional autonomy: performance management and professional discretion within police investigation departments Jacques de Maillard 01/01/22 Policing and Society
The enforcement turn in plural policing? A comparative analysis of public police auxiliaries in England & Wales, France and The Netherlands Jacques de Maillard 01/01/22 European Journal of Criminology
En recomposition centralisation, dÉcentralisation et coordination Jacques de Maillard 06/25/21 Revue Francaise de Science Politique
Les effets des rapports publics sur les réformes pénitentiaires et de justice pénale au Canada et en France. Réception politique des savoirs sur le pénal Alexia Venouil 10/19/20 Revue Internationale de Politique Comparee
Sociologie politique des passeurs: Acteurs dans la circulation des savoirs, des normes et des politiques publiques Fabien Jobard 10/05/20 Revue Francaise de Science Politique
Des passeurs en quête de pŕevention contre l'extrémisme de droite: L'exemple du brandebourg en allemagne Bénédicte Laumond 10/05/20 Revue Francaise de Science Politique
La méthode expérimentale du jeu de cartes pour étudier les représentations pénales ordinaires en Allemagne et en France Bénédicte Laumond 08/01/20 BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique
From Victimization to Fear: Fear of Crime and its Variations among Victims Julien Noble, Antoine Jardin 03/14/20 British Journal of Criminology
History and functions of “Units for Difficult Patients” (Part 1). From “secure ward” to “Unit for Difficult Patients”: Over a century of care in Villejuif, France Véronique Fau-Vincenti 01/01/20 Annales Medico-Psychologiques
Why European mayors emphasize urban security: Evidence from a survey in 28 European countries Jacques de Maillard 01/01/20 European Journal of Criminology
Assessment of the french and dutch perspectives on international law and cyber-operations Daniel Ventre 01/01/20 European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ECCWS
Caring for victims of human trafficking: Staging and bridging cultural differences in germany and france Mathilde Darley 01/01/20 Sociologus
Police Organizations and the Rise of New Public Management: Performance Regimes in Paris and London Jacques Demaillard 01/01/20 Revue Francaise de Sociologie
A republican political police: Between fantasy and utopia? Jean Marc Berlière 01/01/20 Cultures et Conflits
Complaints of prisoners relatives: Enunciation of suffering and claim for recognition Caroline Touraut 09/01/19 Tempo Social: Revista de Sociologia da USP
Faire parler les policiers. Retour sur deux enquêtes par observations et entretiens Jacques de Maillard 07/01/19 BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique
Is civility reactionary? Carole Gayet-Viaud 01/01/19 Politix
« GUERRE AU TERRORISME»: UNE CROISADE MORALE SOUS LE REGARD CRITIQUE DES SCIENCES SOCIALES Frédéric Ocqueteau 01/01/19 Revue Francaise d'Administration Publique

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)