Mark Berry

Bournemouth University Lecturer in Criminology at Bournemouth University specialising in ethnographic and participatory action research in organised crime and youth crime.

About this speaker

Mark Berry is a lecturer in Criminology at Bournemouth University. His PhD was a semi-covert ethnography of active drug dealers in a city in England. His research aims to investigate the nature of illicit drug markets, the crime risk management practices of drug dealers, and possible reasons for their involvement and patterns of activity. Mark is an advocate of ethnographic research in ethically challenging settings with hard-to-reach groups. He has international experience in delivering participatory action research and interventions with at-risk youth. Mark also has a practical knowledge of the criminal justice system having worked in the Youth Offending Team

Talks

Understanding organized crime: Definitions and governance

14 October 2022, 08:30 AM
Raphael Maretto Michael Woodiwiss Helidth Ravenholm Mark Berry

Using Rap with Young Offenders and Youth At-Risk of Organised Crime: Experiences from Colombia and Albania

19 October 2023, 01:00 PM
Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers Mark Berry Mathew H. Charles