Jasmina is a doctoral researcher at the Centre for Criminology, Oxford and an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) scholar. Her research interests include the intersections between social class, youth crime and the family and desistance processes in young offenders. In her doctoral research, she is exploring the fairness of institutional responses to youth deviance, broadly defined, and parenting, focusing in particular on the possible indirect discrimination based on social class. It is supervised by Dr Rachel Condry.
She completed a BA in Law, University of Ljubljana (2009) cum laude and an MPhil in Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Oxford (2015) with distinction. Before commencing her doctorate, she worked as a judicial assistant at the District and Appellate Courts in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Her publications include articles on various topics linked to criminology. She is the founder and convenor of the Criminology Working Group at Green Templeton College, Oxford.
Her research is funded by the ESRC.
crime and the family, politics of crime control, social class