Dr. Vincenzo Scalia
Deparment of Education Science
of Bologna, Italy
2000 Ph.D., Migration and Crime, Università degli Studi
di Palermo, Italy
1998 M.A., Social and Political Theory,
University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
1980 B.A., Political Science, Università degli Studi di
and Sanctioning. Foreign juveniles in the Bologna juvenile justice court”, in Queloz-F. Butikofer
Repond-R. Brossard-B. Meyer Misch (edited by), Youth crime and juvenile
justice. The challenge of ethnic diversity, Staempli,
Bern, 2005, pp. 541-560.
“A lesson in tolerance? Juvenile justice in Italy”, in Youth Justice
“The sweatshops of penality: Guantanamo,
renditions and economic change”, Criminal Justice Matters, no.73, September
“Just few rogues? Football, violence and
politics in contemporary Italy”, in International Review for theSociology of Sport, 44/1, 2009, pp.41-53.
“From the octopus to the spider’s web. The
structural transformation of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra” in Trends in Organized
Crime, 13/4-2010, pp.283-297.
Between decentralization and new squads: the
case of the Italian ronde, in International Journal of Sociology and
Anthropology, February 2012, Vol.4(2), pp.38-47.
Vincenzo Scalia was
born in Palermo, Sicily, in 1970. He has taught in many graduate and post
graduate courses, written more than 50 scientific articles, and worked with
NGOs and public institution in the fields of urban security, prisons, juvenile
justice and deviance, organized crime.
Last Updated: 2014-03-01