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Criminological Ethnography: An Introduction
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Criminological Ethnography: An Introduction



October 2019 | 228 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Featuring a range of fascinating and thought-provoking case studies from the author's extensive experience in the field, this is the first textbook to cover ethnography specific to criminology.

Following the research process in full, Treadwell successfully bridges the gap between a methodological instruction manual and a theoretical textbook. The book:

  • Includes case studies comprised of classic works and the author's own ethnographic projects
  • Provides guidance for navigating key issues in ethnography, including access and researcher safety
  • Helps with the use of ethnographic methods with exercises, questions and checklists
  • Features a range of extra learning features including key terms, a glossary, and further reading suggestions

Criminological Ethnography: An Introduction is a valuable resource for any student embarking on ethnographic research in criminology for the first time.

 
Part One: Background
 
Chapter 1: Why ‘Criminological Ethnography’?
 
Chapter 2: ‘Classic Criminological Ethnography’
 
Chapter 3: ‘Core Ethnographic Principles and Approaches
 
Part Two: Preparation and Action
 
Chapter 4: ‘Planning an Ethnographic Project’
 
Chapter 5: ‘Doing Ethical Ethnographic Criminology’
 
Chapter 6: Entering and in the Field
 
Part Three: The Follow Up
 
Chapter 7: ‘Writing Criminological Ethnography
 
Chapter 8: ‘Impactful Criminological Ethnography
 
Chapter 9: ‘Emerging Perspectives and Future Challenges

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