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Armstrong, Sarah

Reflexivity and Criminal Justice

Armstrong, Sarah - Reflexivity and Criminal Justice, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Impact and the Reflexive Imperative in Criminal Justice Policy, Practice and Research
Sarah Armstrong, Jarrett Blaustein, Alistair Henry

Part 1. Reflexive Approaches to Criminal Justice Policy Research

2. Interpreting Influence: Towards Reflexivity in Penal Policymaking?
Harry Annison

3. When the Stars Align: Juvenile Justice Policy Reform in New South Wales
Elaine Fishwick

4. Towards Hope, Solidarity and Re-humanisation
Ruari-Santiago McBride

5. Policy as a Crime Scene
Sarah Armstrong, Anita Lam

6. Reflexivity in Statistics as Sociology of Quantification: The Case of Repeat Victimization Modelling
Bilel Benbouzid

Part 2. Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange in Practice

7. Criminological Knowledge and the Politics of Impact: Implications for Researching Juvenile Justice
Lesley McAra

8. Reflexive Academic–Practitioner Collaboration with the Police
Alistair Henry

9. The Shifting Legitimacy of Knowledge Across Academic and Police/Practitioner Settings: Highlighting the Risks and Limits of Reflexivity
Karen Lumsden

10. The Politics of Establishing Reflexivity as a Core Component of Good Policing
Dominic A. Wood, Emma Williams

11. Getting In, Getting Out and Getting Back: Conducting Long-term Research in Immigration Detention Centres
Mary Bosworth, Blerina Kellezi

Part 3. Positionality, Power and the Reflexive Imperative

12. Cartel Biographies: The Researcher as Storyteller and the Preservation of the Research Wilderness on the Inside of the Subject
Christopher Harding

13. Who Needs Evidence? Radical Feminism, the Christian Right and Sex Work Research in Northern Ireland
Graham Ellison

14. Insider? Outsider? Reflections on Navigating Positionality When Researching Restorative Justice Policing
Kelly J. Stockdale

15. Situated Perspectives on the Global Fight Against Torture
Andrew M. Jefferson

16. Ethical Criminologists Fly Economy: Process-oriented Criminological Engagement ‘Abroad’
Jarrett Blaustein

Keywords: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Policing, Prison and Punishment, Critical Criminology, Crime and Society, Criminological Theory

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137546425
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-54641-8

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