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Doing Criminological Research

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ISBN-10: 0761965092

ISBN-13: 9780761965091

Edition: 2000

Authors: Victor Jupp, Pamela Davies, Peter Francis

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This is a highly practical examination of the key issues regarding the practices and principles of research methods, contextualised within studies of crime and criminal justice.
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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 6/22/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Victor Jupp is Principal Lecturer in Criminology and Social Research in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Northumbria UniversityContributorsMalcolm Ashmore, Loughborough University, UKLee Barron, Northumbria University, UKRussell W. Belk, Northwestern University, USARoy Boyne, University of Durham, UKAngela Brady, Northumbria University, UKDavid Brockington, University Of Plymouth, UKMartin Bulmer, University of Surrey, UKJohn Bynner, University of London, UKDavid Byrne, University of Durham, UKMichael Carrithers, University of Durham, UKEllis Cashmore, Staffordshire University, UKAmanda Coffey, Cardiff University, UKTony Columbo, Coventry University, UKLouise Corti, University of Essex, UKIain Crow, University of Sheffield, UKJulia Davidson, University of Westminster, UKPamela Davies, Northumbria University, UKMartyn Denscombe, De Montfort University, UKDerek Edwards, Loughborough University, UKNigel Fielding, University of Surrey, UKUwe Flick, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, GermanyJeremy Foster, Manchester Metropolitan University, UKPhilip Gardner, Cambridge University, UKJeanette Garwood, Leeds Metropolitan University, UKLuca Greco, University of Paris III (Sorbonne Nouvelle), FranceMartyn Hammersley, The Open University, UKJamie Harding, Northumbria University, UKRom Harr�, Georgetown University, USAEric Harrison, University of Oxford, UKAlexa Hepburn, Loughborough University, UKClaire Hewson, Bolton Institute, UKDick Hobbs, University of Durham, UKMark Israel, Flinders University, AustraliaDavid Jary, University of Birmingham, UKVince Keddie, Department for Education and Skills, UKAidan Kelly, University of East London, UKRobert Kozinets, Northwestern University, USARichard Lampard, University of Warwick, UKGayle Letherby, Coventry University, UKCurt Le Baron, Brigham Young University, Utah, USAAna Lopes, University of East London, UKEugene McLaughlin, The Open University, UKCraig McLean, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UKBernd Marcus, Chemintz University, GermanySteve Miles, Northumbria University, UKDavid L. Morgan, Portland State University, USARachael Moss, University of Liverpool, UKGeorge Moyser, University of Vermont, USAJohn Muncie, The Open University, UKJohn Newton, Northumbria University, UKPaul Oliver, University of Huddersfield, UKGeoff Payne, formerly University of Plymouth, UKSarah Pink, Loughborough University, UKHelen Poole, Coventry University, UKJonathon Potter, Loughborough University, UKPaul Pye, University of Teesside, UKDeborah Reed-Danahay, University of Texas at Arlington, USAKarl-Heinz Renner, University of Bamburg, GermanyCatherine Riessman, Boston University, USALyn Richards, Director, Research Services, QSR, AustraliaMargaret Rowe, Northumbria University, UKAndrew Rutherford, University of Keele, UKRoger Sapsford, University of Teesside, UKMark Saunders, Oxford Brookes University, UKThomas A. Schwandt, University of Illinois, USAJohn Scott, University of Essex, UKChristina Silver, University of Surrey, UKTeresa Smallbone. Oxford Brookes University, UKMark Smith, The Open University, UKPaul Spector, University of South Florida, USARobert Stallings, University of Southern California, USAThomas Staufenbriel, University of Osnabrueck, GermanyGraham Steventon, Coventry University, UKMaggie Sumner, University of Westminster, UKJohn Swain, Northumbria University, UKNick Tilley, Nottingham Trent University, UKAdelinde Uhrmacher, University of Rostock, GermanyPaul Valentine, University of East London, UKDavid de Vaus, La Trobe University, AustraliaMargie Wetherell, The Open University, UKChris Wharton, Northumbria University, UKMalcolm Williams, University of Plymouth, UK

Pamela Davies is a Senior Lecturer, University of Northumbria at Newcastle.

Introduction
Planning Criminological Research
Formulating Research Problems
Getting Criminological Research Started
Doing Criminological Research
Official Statistics and Hidden Crime
Researching Safety Crimes
Doing Interviews with Female Offenders
Doing Realistic Evaluation of Criminal Justice
Evaluating Initiatives in the Community
Rehabilitation, Recidivism and Realism
Evaluating Violence Reduction Programmes in Prison
Crime Surveys and the Measurement Problem
Fear of Crime
Sneaky Measurement of Crime and Disorder
Experiencing Criminological Research
Critical Reflection as Research Methodology
'Lager Louts, Tarts and Hooligans'
The Criminalization of Young Adults in a Study of Newcastle Night-Life
Doing Research in a Prison Setting
Understanding the Politics of Criminological Research