Dr Mohammed Qasim

Visiting Fellow

Mannheim Centre for Criminology, LSE

Dr Mohammed Qasim is a Visiting Fellow in the Mannheim Centre for Criminology at LSE. He is author of Young, Muslim and Criminal.

His research interests are around race, ethnicity and crime, focusing on poverty, class, deprivation and demographic change as possible factors explaining the alleged increase in offending among young British Muslims. In particular, the influence of these social structural factors on, and their intersection, with criminal identity, career and desistance.  

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