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Research Fellow
Paulo Thiago Bastos Rocha { "honorific-suffix": "Research Fellow", "fn": "Paulo Thiago Bastos Rocha", "tel": "Telephone: +47 51832946", "email": "paulo.t.bastosrocha@uis.no" }

Faculty Faculty of Social Sciences
Department Department of Social Studies
Room KA S-032

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Scientific publications (from Cristin)

  • Hean, Sarah; Nielsen, Søren; Lahtinen, Paivikki; Rocha, Paulo; Seppänen, Laura; Kloetzer, Laure (2019). Transforming practices in and around the prison system: Activity Theory and developmental interventions supporting knowledge and workplace transformation A COLAB SYMPOSIUM. 2019-06-18 - 2019-06-20.
  • Hean, Sarah; Nielsen, Søren; Rocha, Paulo; Lahtinen, Paivikki; Seppänen, Laura; Kloetzer, Laure (2019). Transforming practices in and around the prison system: Activity Theory and developmental interventions supporting knowledge and workplace transformation A COLAB SYMPOSIUM. 2019-06-19 - 2019-06-20.
  • Rocha, Paulo (2019). How to promote Integrated care on a fragmented system: Contradictions at the Interface between English criminal system and welfare services. Norwegian University of Science and Technology; 2019-06-18 - 2019-06-20.
  • Rocha, Paulo (2019). Seven Persuasive ways of promoting collaboration: Example from Criminal Justice and Welfare Services. Institutt for sosialfag, Universitet i Stavanger; 2019-03-05.
  • Bastos Rocha, Paulo Thiago (2018). Meeting Criminogenic Needs to Reduce Recidivism: The Diversion of Vulnerable Offenders from Criminal Justice into Care. WASET; 2018-06-25 - 2018-06-26.
  • Bastos Rocha, Paulo Thiago (2018). Rehabilitation Policies: An Analysis of the Policies in UK and Brazil. University of Havana, Department of Sociology; 2018-01-24 - 2018-01-25.
  • Rocha, Paulo (2018). Mental Health and Crimnal Justice: The Need for Collaboration. Crime and Health Department at the Bournemouth University; 2018-10-22.
  • Rocha, Paulo (2017). Transforming Rehabilitation. Crime and Health Department at the Bournemouth University; 2017-12-01.