Camilla Bank Friis

Camilla Bank Friis
University of Copenhagen · Department of Sociology

PhD

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September 2012 - June 2017
University of Copenhagen
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  • Master's Student

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Publications (6)
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To a growing extent, the social sciences have become uncoupled from the study of real-life behavior. This unfortunate situation is linked to the default methods used—including self-reported accounts and experimental simulations—which offer a coarse-grained and often ecologically invalid picture of human behavior in its natural context. To break thi...
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Despite the risk of employee victimization, research on deviant citizen behavior in frontline encounters is limited. When passengers are issued a fine on the bus, they sometimes respond aggressively toward the ticket inspector. This article identifies how citizens present themselves in ticket fining events and examines how their self-representation...
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Objective: Workplace aggression is a harmful occupational hazard, which has been associated with individual and organizational level risk factors. By comparison, little is known about the face-to-face interactional dynamics that shape employee victim-izations. To address this gap, we provide a micro-situational analysis of how ticket in-spector act...
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Objective: Previous research on bystander behavior has primarily focused on single factors explaining whether bystanders intervene or not. In this thesis, I examine the patterns and processes of active bystanders in the different contexts of public violence. I argue that this approach is necessary to broaden the understanding of bystanders and the...

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To examine risk behaviors and other risk factors in conflict situations to create preventive measures to minimize violence and threats against employees at residential care institutions for adolescent.