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Gwen’s research focuses on the social construction and reproduction of socioeconomic inequality in public policy and everyday life. In 2013, she was awarded a Veni grant by NWO for her project on exclusion and inclusion through crime control, which focuses on the role of socioeconomic status in criminal justice policies and practices in New York City and the Netherlands.
Eijk, G. van (online first, 2020) Inclusion and exclusion through risk-based justice: analysing combinations of risk assessment from pretrial detention to release, British Journal of Criminology. Read it here.
Eijk, G. van (2017) Socioeconomic marginality in sentencing: The built-in bias in risk assessment tools and the reproduction of social inequality, Punishment & Society, 19(4), 463-481. Read it here
Eijk, G. van (2017) Between Risk and Resistance: Gender Socialization, Equality and Ambiguous Norms in Fear of Crime and Safekeeping, Feminist Criminology, 12(2), 103-124. Read it here
Eijk, G. van (2015) Sociaaleconomische ongelijkheid en het strafrecht: aanzet tot discussie, Proces, tijdschrift voor strafrechtspleging 94(5): 282-287. Read it here.
Eijk, G. van, T. Reeskens & S. Keuzenkamp (2015) Ongelijkheid in Nederland (introductie themanummer), Sociologie, 11(3-4): 317-328. Read it here.