In this session, Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard (Sociology) will discuss how she incorporates digital methods in her research.
|Date||9 April 2021|
Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard will speak about video analysis, introducing the qualitative-quantitative ethogram method she has contributed to developing, and discussing how video analysis can be used as an alternative to ethnography. She is also open to discussing the possibility for PhDs to use NSCR data for their studies.
Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard is professor by special appointment of Dynamics of Crime and Violence in the Department of Sociology. She combines this professorship with her role as senior researcher at the NSCR. How do crime and violence develop in sequences of interactions? What do people do if they become involved in such interactions and how can we understand and explain their behaviors? What are the consequences of their actions for the safety of all those involved and how can crime and violence be managed and controlled? These questions are at the heart of Lindegaard’s research. Focusing on criminology, Artificial Intelligence and the use of video data recorded with public cameras, her research aims to find interactional and situational explanations for crime and violence that will help developing and improving prevention programs.