Filipe Santos


Biography

Filipe Santos has a Ph.D. in Sociology and is a researcher of the Science, Economy and Society Research Group (NECES). His research interests are focused on the intersections between criminal justice and forensic science, privileging theoretical approaches from the science, technology and society studies. Filipe's latest publications include "Patterns of exchange of forensic DNA data in the European Union through the Prüm system" (2017), "Crime, narrativa e DNA: Os desafios da prova de DNA no processo inquisitorial" (2018), e "The social life of forensic evidence and the epistemic sub-cultures in an inquisitorial justice system: Analysis of Saltão case" (2019). Currently, he is researching the clinical internment of mentally disordered offenders by studying individuals under security measures in Portugal.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Costa, Susana; Santos, Filipe (2019), "The social life of forensic evidence and the epistemic sub-cultures in an inquisitorial justice system: Analysis of Saltão case", Science & Justice, 59, 5, 471-479

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Article in Scientific journal

Canelo, Maria José; Santos, Filipe; Serapioni, Mauro; Solovova, Olga; Peixoto, Paulo; Maeso, Sílvia Rodrigues; Lima, Teresa Maneca; Neves, Vítor (2018), "Portugal - um retrato ainda singular? 40 anos volvidos", e-cadernos CES, 29

Book Chapter

Machado, Helena; Martins, Marta; Santos, Filipe (2018), O "suspeito genético": Desafios bioéticos da partilha transnacional de informação genética forense, in Ana Figueiredo Sol; Steven S. Gouveia (org.), Bioética no Século XXI. Charleston: CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 315-336