Sveinung Sandberg is a professor from the University of Oslo’s Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law. His three major research projects include examining street culture from a Bourdieusian perspective; the sociology of contemporary cannabis use; and the development of the narrative criminology theoretical framework. His All Souls seminar brought aspects of these projects together to explain how gangsters become jihadists—and why most don’t.
A recording of this talk is available here.
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