Reflexivity in criminological research : experiences with the powerful and the powerless /

"Doing research with criminals or deviants has inspired much academic reflection, particularly in respect of the risks and dangers which researchers may face in these contexts, as well as the ethical, legal and moral dilemmas they provoke. This collection contributes to, advances and consolidat...

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Other Authors: Lumsden, Karen (Editor), Winter, Aaron (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
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Table of Contents:
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  • 1. Reflexivity in Criminological Research; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • PART I: RESEARCH RELATIONSHIPS
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • 2. Negotiating 'Victim Communities': Reflexivity and Method in Researching High Profile Crimes; Nicola O'Leary
  • 3. Relationships Between Gatekeepers and Researchers: The Experience of Conducting Evaluations into Parenting Programmes in Community and Penal Settings; Julie T. Davies and Dr Eleanor Peters
  • 4. The Mango Tree: Exploring the Prison Space for Research; Rimple Mehta
  • 5. Reflective Friend Research: The Relational Aspects of Social Scientific Research; Stephen Case and Kevin Haines
  • PART II: IDENTITIES, SUBJECTIVITIES AND INTERSECTIONALITIES: GENDER AND CLASS
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • 6. Having the Balls: Reflections on Doing Gendered Research with Football Hooligans; Emma Poulton
  • 7. The Interplay between Power and Reflexivity in Feminist Research on Young Women's Safety; Oona Brooks
  • 8. Power, Pregnancy and Prison: The Impact of a Researcher's Pregnancy on Qualitative Interviews with Female Prisoners; Emily Luise Hart
  • 9. Writing the Ethnographic Self in Research on Marginalised Youths and Masculinity; Elias le Grand
  • PART III: IDENTITIES, SUBJECTIVITIES AND INTERSECTIONALITIES: RACE AND ETHNICITY
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lusmden and Aaron Winter
  • 10. From 'Hate Crimes' to Social Harm: Critical Moments and Reflexive Practice; David Glisch-S├ínchez
  • 11. Prison is My Family Business: Reflections of an African American Woman with Incarcerated Relatives Doing Research on Incarcerated African American Fathers; Breea C. Willingham
  • 12. Accessing the Experiences of Female and Minority Police Officers: Observations from an Ethnographic Researcher; Meghan E. Hollis
  • 13. Researching 'Bogus' Asylum Seekers, 'Illegal' Migrants and 'Crimmigrants'; Monish Bhatia
  • 14. Researching 'Hidden Populations': Reflections of a Quantitative Researcher in Understanding 'Established' and 'Immigrant' Groups' Perceptions of Crime and Social (Dis)Order; Clare E. Griffiths
  • 15: 'Coming in from the Cold': Constructing Qualitative 'Criminality' in Australia's Penal-Welfare State; Michael Wearing
  • PART IV: RISK, ETHICS AND RESEARCHER SAFETY
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • 16. From Paper Ethics to Real World Research: Supervising Ethical Reflexivity When Taking Risks in Research with 'The Risky'; Ruth Armstrong, Loraine Gelsthorpe and Ben Crewe
  • 17. Armed Robbery and Ethnographic Connection in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil; Stephanie C. Kane
  • PART V: POWER, PARTISANSHIP AND BIAS
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • 18. Politics, Power and Gender: Reflections on Researching Female Policy Elites in Criminal Justice; Gemma Birkett
  • 19. Overcoming Barriers in the Criminal Justice System: Examining the Value and Challenges of Interviewing Legal Practitioners; Kate Fitz-Gibbon
  • 20. Doing Research in Prison: How to Resist Institutional Pressures; Vanina Ferreccio and Francesca Vianello
  • 21. 'You Are What You Research': Bias and Partisanship in an Ethnography of Boy Racers; Karen Lumsden
  • PART VI: REFLEXIVITY AND INNOVATION: NEW CONTEXTS, CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES
  • Editors' Introduction; Karen Lumsden and Aaron Winter
  • 22. Online Gambling, Advantage Play, Reflexivity and Virtual Ethnography; James Banks
  • 23. Reflexivity and Participatory Policy Ethnography: Situating the Self in a Transnational Criminology of Harm Production; Jarrett Blaustein
  • 24. Innovative Justice: According to Whom?; Hannah Graham and Rob White.