Rose Elizabeth Boyle

Doctoral Research Fellow - Kriminologi og rettssosiologi
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Academic interests

  • Prison
  • Substance use
  • Treatment and recovery from substance use
  • User perspectives
  • Qualitative methods

Boyle's PhD project investigates the implementation and integration of initiatives and services oriented towards people with substance use disorders in prison, how treatment for substance use disorders works in the context of prison, and subsequent implications for release and recovery. The project is part of PriSUD.

Teaching

Boyle teaches currently in KRIM1100 and KRIM4101, and has taught in KRIM1300 and KRIM2101.

Background

Boyle has a masters’ degree in Intercultural Studies from NLA Høgskolen and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University. Boyle's dissertation explored the concept of "coproduction" and its application within the development of mental health and substance use services. Central themes included recovery, user involvement, competence by lived experience, hierarchies and asymmetrical relationships within welfare structures, stigma and discrimination.

Tags: Criminology, prison, substance use, recovery, user involvement

Publications

  • Boyle, Rose Elizabeth (2022). Operating between recovery and desistance: Researching substance use treatment in Norwegian prisons. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab. ISSN 0029-1528.

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  • Boyle, Rose Elizabeth (2021). «Utfordringer og muligheter ved rusbehandling i fengsel: foreløpige resultater fra PriSUD-delprosjektet "Experiences of substance use disorder measures in Norwegian prisons: a public health opportunity"».
  • Boyle, Rose Elizabeth (2021). «Utfordringer og muligheter ved rusbehandling i fengsel: foreløpige resultater fra PriSUD-delprosjektet "Experiences of substance use disorder measures in Norwegian prisons: a public health opportunity"».
  • Boyle, Rose Elizabeth; Nyvoll, Pernille Søderholm & Ugelvik, Thomas (2021). The puzzle of prison order: why life behind bars varies behind the world. Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books.
  • Agnes, Ericksen & Boyle, Rose Elizabeth (2021). What makes Norway’s criminal justice system different to other countries? [Internet]. The Local.
  • Boyle, Rose Elisabeth & Nyvoll, Pernille (2021). Snapshots from ongoing fieldwork.

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Published Sep. 22, 2020 1:24 PM - Last modified May 16, 2022 1:04 PM