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Hernan Mondani

I am a sociologist with a background in engineering physics and a research interest in modelling social phenomena using large-scale datasets and non-traditional quantitative methods.

Research qualifications: Docent

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Affiliation
Associate professor at Department of Sociology
Location
Hus Y, Beteendevetarhuset & Norra beteendevetarhuset Mediagränd 14, Beteendevetarhuset, Umeå universitet, 901 87 Umeå

I am a docent in sociology and Associate professor (universitetslektor) at the Department of Sociology at Umeå University. I am also an affiliated researcher at the Institute for Futures Studies and at the Department of Sociology at Stockholm University. With a background in engineering physics, I am interested in modelling social phenomena using large-scale datasets and non-traditional quantitative methods. My research is mainly concerned with social cohesion, how societies maintain it and how it is challenged. I address these questions through social network models of organizing processes, particularly applied to the dynamics of criminal organizing and collaboration. I also use life-course trajectory analysis to study migrant integration and neighbourhood segregation dynamics in Sweden.

See CV for more information.

Transnational linkages between violent right-wing extremism, terrorism and organized crime, Berlin: Counter Extremism Project (CEP) 2023 : 80-90
Mondani, Hernan; Askanius, Tina; Rostami, Amir
Rapport till Expertgruppen för studier i offentlig ekonomi, 2023:3
Mondani, Hernan; Rostami, Amir
Applied Geography, Elsevier 2023, Vol. 150
Vogiazides, Louisa; Mondani, Hernan
Global crime, Taylor & Francis 2022, Vol. 23, (2) : 193-215
Mondani, Hernan; Rostami, Amir
International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice
Rostami, Amir; Mondani, Hernan; Carlsson, Christoffer; et al.

I teach courses in criminology at the A- and C-level, and I have an overall responsibility for the development of the criminology courses at the department. I have also taught quantitative methods for social scientists. I also supervise bachelor's theses (C-uppsats) in sociology and criminology.