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Doing ethnography in criminology : discovery through fieldwork

Author: Stephen K Rice; Michael D Maltz
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2018] ©2018
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This innovative book examines the use of ethnography and fieldwork in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research. Using a combination of case studies, as well as "behind the scenes" contributions, it provides an comprehensive look at both the insights gained from ethnographic research, as well as the choices researchers make in conducting that work. The research is divided into three main sections, covering  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Rice, Stephen K.
Doing Ethnography in Criminology : Discovery Through Fieldwork.
Cham : Springer, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen K Rice; Michael D Maltz
ISBN: 9783319963167 3319963163
OCLC Number: 1057550193
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 361 pages ; illustrations, chiefly color)
Contents: Introduction: walking a mile in another person's shoes --
Seeing like a cop, writing like a critical scholar --
Doing court ethnography: how I learned to study the law in action --
Problematizing school discipline and struggling for Verstehen --
The sense and nonsense in planning ahead: the unanticipated turns in ethnographies on crime and drug dealing --
The promise and process of ethnography: what we have learned studying gang members and CPS kids --
"Did I just get caught being stupid?" Experiencing and managing the emotional labor of fieldwork --
Process and insight in prison ethnography --
Fieldwork with homicide detectivs: 60 minutes of reflections from a British and American criminologist --
To the bridge and back: risks, rewards, and rookie mistakes in a study of postwar Bosnia --
Keeping classic ethnographic traditions alive in the modern-day academy --
Criminological ethnography: living and knowing --
A twitch or a blink, an ethnographer's path to understanding culture: a lecture --
The ghost of ethnography future --
Becoming a police ethnographer --
Using prison ethnography in terrorism research --
Searching for glimmers of ethnography in jailhouse criminology --
Just who needs forgiveness? The emotional terrain of a prison-based interview --
Respecting the voices of youth: studying school security and punishment --
A taste of ethnography --
Doing treatment ethnography in justice settings: reflections from two decades in the field --
Getting in by being out --
A Bronx tale: lessons on community and police from 10 years of systematic social observations --
The scream: insider access and outsider legitimacy in Danish prisons --
Doing ultrarealist ethnography: romanticism and running with the riotous (while buying your round) --
Shots fired: navigating gun violence and a university's intervention while in the field --
Doing criminological autoethnography: learning from conversations with ourselves --
Making use of a biased eye: photographic studies of neighborhoods.
Responsibility: editors, Stephen K. Rice and Michael D. Maltz ; foreword by Shadd Maruna.

Abstract:

This innovative book examines the use of ethnography and fieldwork in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research. Using a combination of case studies, as well as "behind the scenes" contributions, it provides an comprehensive look at both the insights gained from ethnographic research, as well as the choices researchers make in conducting that work. The research is divided into three main sections, covering ethnographies of subcultures, ethnographies of place, and ethnographies of policing. It includes a diverse group of international contributors to provide perspectives on researchers' selection of questions to study, and their decisions about using ethnography to study those questions. This work will be of interest to researchers in criminology and criminal justice, particularly with a qualitative perspective, as well as related fields such as sociology, anthropology, and demography. It will also be of interest to students studying research methods and design.--

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