Qualitative research in criminology: Advances in criminological theory

Jody Miller, Wilson R. Palacios

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Abstract

"This volume investigates the significant role qualitative research plays in expanding and refining our understandings of crime and justice. It features seventeen original essays that discuss the relationship between methodology and theory. The result is a theoretically engaged volume that explores the approaches of qualitative scholars in the collection and treatment of data in criminological scholarship.Among the key issues addressed in the volume are methodological rigor in qualitative research; movement between method, theory building, theoretical refinement and expansion; diversity of qualitative methodologies, from classic field research to contemporary innovations; and considerations of the future of qualitative criminological research. Qualitative research use has expanded rapidly in the last twenty years. This latest volume of Advances in Criminological Theory presents a cogent appraisal of qualitative criminology and the ways in which rigorous qualitative research contributes to theorizing about crime and justice."

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Number of pages363
Volume20
ISBN (Electronic)9781351495257
ISBN (Print)9781412856775
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Social Sciences(all)

Keywords

  • Chinese Human Smuggling
  • Contemporary Criminological
  • Contemporary Punishment
  • Criminal Justice
  • Criminological Research
  • Cultural Criminologists
  • Drug Robbers
  • Drug Robbery
  • Gang Members
  • Human Smuggling
  • Illegal Chinese Immigrants
  • Narrative Criminologists
  • Prison Life
  • Prison Rape
  • Psychosocial Criminology
  • Qualitative Criminological
  • Qualitative Criminological Research
  • Qualitative Research
  • Queer Criminology
  • South Bronx Neighborhood

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