Her scientific interests lie mostly in Criminal justice, Law, Criminology, Crime control and Law and economics. Her work in Criminal justice addresses issues such as Crime prevention, which are connected to fields such as Cultural criminology and Harm. In most of her Law studies, her work intersects topics such as Late modernity.
Her work on Criminal law as part of general Criminology research is frequently linked to Commodity and Monopoly, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Crime control study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Commerce, Security management and Information security. Her study in Law and economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Punishment, Champion and Economic Justice.
Her main research concerns Criminology, Law, Criminal justice, Criminal law and Theory of criminal justice. Her Criminology research integrates issues from Terrorism and Counter terrorism. Her work carried out in the field of Criminal justice brings together such families of science as Punishment, Crime prevention and Law and economics.
Her research investigates the connection with Criminal law and areas like Criminal procedure which intersect with concerns in Nolle prosequi, Public law, Comparative law and Civil law. Her studies in Theory of criminal justice integrate themes in fields like Realm, Retributive justice and Appeal. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economic security and Security management in addition to Crime control.
Lucia Zedner mainly focuses on Terrorism, Criminalization, Criminology, Radicalization and Law and economics. Her research in Terrorism intersects with topics in Legislation, Immigration, Immigration law and Principle of legality. Her Criminalization study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Jurisprudence.
Her Criminology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Right wing extremism and Right wing. Her Radicalization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rule of law and Human rights. Lucia Zedner combines subjects such as Coercion, Civil liberties, Criminal justice, Economic Justice and Punishment with her study of Law and economics.
Citizenship, Public administration, Dignity, Environmental ethics and Indeterminate are her primary areas of study.
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