Cortege Tilbrug University

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In february 2019, I defended my PhD thesis concerning the reactions of laypersons and legal professionals to emtional victim narratives in the criminal justice system, including the victim impact statement (VIS). I work in the fields of criminal law and victimology. I prefer to work on the basis of interdisciplinary research methods, including insights from social psychology and philosophy. 

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Recent publications

  1. Emotive justice - Laypersons' and legal professionals' evaluations of…

    Bosma, A. (2019). Emotive justice: Laypersons' and legal professionals' evaluations of emotional victims within the just world paradigm. Tilburg: Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP).
  2. Early sexual initiation in Europe and its relationship with legislati…

    Zhu, G., & Bosma, A. K. (2019). Early sexual initiation in Europe and its relationship with legislative change: A systematic review. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 57(June 2019), 70-82.
  3. Inleiding - Evidence-based onderzoek in wetgeving en rechtspraak

    Bosma, A., & Buisman, S. (2018). Inleiding: Evidence-based onderzoek in wetgeving en rechtspraak. In A. K. Bosma, & S. S. Buisman (Eds.), Methoden van onderzoek in het strafrecht, de criminologie en de victimologie (pp. 1-19). Kluwer.
  4. Methoden van onderzoek in het strafrecht, de criminologie en de victi…

    Bosma, A., & Buisman, S. (Eds.) (2018). Methoden van onderzoek in het strafrecht, de criminologie en de victimologie. (2018 ed.) Deventer: Kluwer.
  5. Accommodating the expressive function of victim impact statements - T…

    Booth, T., Bosma, A., & Lens, K. (2018). Accommodating the expressive function of victim impact statements: The scope for victims' voices in Dutch courtrooms. British Journal of Criminology, delinquency and deviant social behavior, [azy001].

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