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Sveinung Sandberg
Sveinung Sandberg
Professor of Criminology, University of Oslo
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Narrative criminology: Understanding stories of crime
L Presser, S Sandberg
NyU Press, 2015
4312015
What can “lies” tell us about life? Notes towards a framework of narrative criminology
S Sandberg
Advancing qualitative methods in criminology and criminal justice, 60-78, 2014
3602014
Street capital
S Sandberg, W Pedersen
Street capital, 33-52, 2011
3122011
The collective nature of lone wolf terrorism: Anders Behring Breivik and the anti-Islamic social movement
LE Berntzen, S Sandberg
Terrorism and Political Violence 26 (5), 759-779, 2014
2692014
Street capital: Ethnicity and violence on the streets of Oslo
S Sandberg
Theoretical criminology 12 (2), 153-171, 2008
2432008
Cannabis culture: A stable subculture in a changing world
S Sandberg
Criminology & Criminal Justice 13 (1), 63-79, 2013
1872013
Is cannabis use normalized, celebrated or neutralized? Analysing talk as action
S Sandberg
Addiction Research & Theory 20 (5), 372-381, 2012
1592012
Habitus, capital, and conflict: Bringing Bourdieusian field theory to criminology
VL Shammas, S Sandberg
Criminology & Criminal Justice 16 (2), 195-213, 2016
1572016
Introduction: What is the story?
L Presser, S Sandberg
Narrative criminology, 1-20, 2015
1552015
The importance of stories untold: Life-story, event-story and trope
S Sandberg
Crime, Media, Culture 12 (2), 153-171, 2016
1532016
Gangster, victim or both? The interdiscursive construction of sameness and difference in self‐presentations
S Sandberg
The British journal of sociology 60 (3), 523-542, 2009
1532009
The importance of culture for cannabis markets: Towards an economic sociology of illegal drug markets
S Sandberg
British journal of criminology 52 (6), 1133-1151, 2012
1462012
Stories of violence: A narrative criminological study of ambiguity
S Sandberg, S Tutenges, H Copes
British Journal of Criminology 55 (6), 1168-1186, 2015
1442015
Gatekapital
S Sandberg, W Pedersen
Universitetsforl., 2006
1432006
Are self-narratives strategic or determined, unified or fragmented? Reading Breivik’s Manifesto in light of narrative criminology
S Sandberg
Acta Sociologica 56 (1), 69-83, 2013
1412013
Narrative criminology as critical criminology
L Presser, S Sandberg
Critical criminology 27, 131-143, 2019
1322019
The past, present, and future of narrative criminology: A review and an invitation
S Sandberg, T Ugelvik
Crime, Media, Culture 12 (2), 129-136, 2016
1302016
Intoxicating stories: The characteristics, contexts and implications of drinking stories among Danish youth
S Tutenges, S Sandberg
International Journal of Drug Policy 24 (6), 538-544, 2013
1302013
The medicalisation of revolt: a sociological analysis of medical cannabis users
W Pedersen, S Sandberg
Sociology of health & illness 35 (1), 17-32, 2013
1222013
Black drug dealers in a white welfare state: Cannabis dealing and street capital in Norway
S Sandberg
The British journal of criminology 48 (5), 604-619, 2008
1182008
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