School of Social and Political Science

Emily Qvist-Baudry

Job Title

PhD title: Prison Violence in Scotland - The role of Bystander Behaviour in Prison Settings

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City (Address)

Edinburgh

Country (Address)

UK

Background

I am PhD sociology student with an interest in society in general and criminology in specific. My research focus is on interactional patterns observed in randomly occurring violence in public places and the effect bystanders have on how violence unfolds on prison settings as well as criminological research methods, specifically visual data analysis (video footage as data).

Supervisors

Dr. Hugo Gorringe

Richard Sparks

Education

Ph.D. Sociology, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, current

MSc by Research in Sociology, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK, 2019

B.soc.sc, Sociology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018

B.soc.sc, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (Erasmus+ programme), 2017

Publications

Qvist-Baudry, E. E. (2019) ‘Book Review: Ritual, Emotion, Violence: Studies on the Micro-Sociology of Randall Collins’, Sociological Research Online.

Research interests

Research interests

Criminology, Deviance, Crime prevention, Micro sociology, Prison and prison based intervention, Norm diffusion, Social psychology, Research methodology, Visual Data Analysis, Video based data

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