Sociologist, Research Fellow, CNRS
Claudine Perez-Diaz works on high-risk behavior (hazardous driving, delinquency, alcohol abuse, etc.) and on how it is dealt with by institutions, in particular by the legal and medicals systems. She has taught Sociology of Risk, Crime Statistics, and Sociology of Public Action. She has developed a quantitative and qualitative empirical research program on various aspects of road-traffic management in France and in Europe, and produced statuses of knowledge on high-risk behavior. She has directed and taken part in work on the role of research in the European governance of public road-safety policies and produced considerations on road traffic as a public-health problem. She is developing a research program on the institutional treatment of violence (physical and sexual), and of alcohol and mental health by the criminal and health systems and produced statuses of issues on behavior associated with alcohol and its treatment. She is a member of the experts committee of the national council on road safety Conseil National de la Sécurité Routière (CNSR), of the scientific council of the national institute of road safety and research, Institut National de Sécurité Routière et de Recherches (INSERR), and of scientific councils of MILDT invitations to tender.