Lumsden, Karen

Reflexivity in Criminological Research

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Table of contents

1. Reflexivity in Criminological Research
Karen Lumsden, Aaron Winter

Part I. Research Relationships Editors’ Introduction

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, 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, Kevin Haines

Part II. Researcher Identities, Subjectivities and Intersectionalities: Gender and Class Editors’ Introduction

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 Women Prisoners
Emily Luise Hart

9. Writing the Ethnographic Self in Research on Marginalised Youths and Masculinity
Elias Grand

Part III. Researcher Identities, Subjectivities and Intersectionalities: Race and Ethnicity Editors’ Introduction

10. From ‘Hate Crimes’ to Social Harm: Critical Moments and Reflexive Practice
David Glisch-Sánchez

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

16. From Paper Ethics to Real-World Research: Supervising Ethical Reflexivity When Taking Risks in Research with ‘the Risky’
Ruth Armstrong, Loraine Gelsthorpe, Ben Crewe

17. Armed Robbery and Ethnographic Connection in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
Stephanie C. Kane

Part V. Power, Partisanship and Bias Editors’ Introduction

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, 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

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, Rob White

Keywords: Social Sciences, Methodology of the Social Sciences, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general, Crime and Society, Youth Offending and Juvenile Justice, Sociology, general

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