After no less than five entirely double blind peer reviewed volumes in the GofS Research Paper Series have been released in 2009, 2010 and 2011 the editorial board is proud to issue again a set of two more volumes comprising original and new research papers that have been proofed by international peers
Volume 6, providing new empirical data, theories and analyses on Social Conflicts, Citizens ... [Show full abstract] and Policing.
Some articles in Volume 6 focus on the current manifestation of specific socially and/or legally criminalised social conflicts as being radicalisation and informal economy. Some other articles discuss new actors that are involved in governance of security in order to support the conventional actors. The authors refer specifically to citizens and private companies. A last set of articles presents the results of perception studies on trust, punitiveness and the electronic monitoring at home. The participation of students or convicts to scientific research enables a critical reflection on governance of security.