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Criminological Ethnography: An Introduction

by James Treadwell and Stephen Wakeman SAGE Publications Ltd
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Pbk 228 pages
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The first title to cover ethnography as specific to criminology, this book follows the research process in full and features a range of fascinating and thought-provoking case studies from the authors’ extensive experience in the field 


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

James Treadwell is a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Central England Stephen Wakeman is a PhD candidate in the Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Manchester. His research interests span the sociology of intoxication but are primarily focused upon heroin and crack cocaine, cultural representations of drugs and drug policy and drug-using identities/subjectivities. His first book (co-edited with Cassandra Ogden) was published by Chester University Press in 2013, and he has recently published an article on The Wire and drug policy in Theoretical Criminology. He tweets as @Steve_Wakeman