Viktor DahlTitle: Senior Lecturer, Database Coordinator School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences
Phone: +46 19 303860
About Viktor Dahl
My research interest is political socialization. More specifically, I am interested in extra-parliamentary political behavior and how preferences for such behavior develop among young people.
My research aims to further the understanding on questions with regard to who these young people are, why they use these means of political influence, and to what extent engagement in this form is a product of the social relations that young people have.
Presentations at international conferences and workshops
Dahl, V. (2018, March). Political participation repertoires of socially included and excluded young people in Sweden. Youth Participation Worskop: Magleås, Denmark (at distance via video conference)
Dahl, V. (2017, April). Reducing approval of political violence – social influence of universalistic and immigrant-friendly peers. In: Family, Peers and Networks of Political Participation: Who are the Socialising Agents and What Do They Do to Young People's Political Participation?, panel session at the 67th Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association (PSA): Glasgow, Scotland
Dahl, V. (2017, March). Four routes to violent political activity. In: RADICALIZATION/EXTREMISM AND ALTERNATIVE STYLES OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION, oral session at the 1st CATCH-EyoU Conference: Athens, Greece
Dahl, V. (2014, September). To reduce the approval of political violence – social influence of tolerant peers. In: The Socialization of Tolerance in Adolescence, symposium at the 14th biennial conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence (EARA): Çeşme, Turkey
Dahl, V. (2014, July). Beyond the limits – political involvement in illegal activities. In: The development of civic engagement, symposium at the 37th annual scientific meeting of the international society of political psychology (ISPP): Rome, Italy
Dahl, V. (2012, August). Peer networks and the development of illegal political activities among young people. In: The 13th biennial conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence (EARA): Spetses, Greece
Dahl, V. (2011, March). Youth Involvement in Political Protest: A function of Dissatisfaction, Affective Commitments, or Law-breaking attitudes? In: Engaged Citizens? Political Participation and Civic Engagement among Youth, Women, Minorities and Migrants, symposium at the Process Influencing Democratic Ownership and Participation (PIDOP): Bologna, Italy
Dahl, V. (2010, March). Impatient Radicals? Understanding System-challenging Orientations. In: New Directions in Political Socialization Reseaerch, workshop at the annual Joint Sessions of Workshops of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): Münster, Germany