Table of Contents:
- Machine generated contents note: Introduction
- What are 'criminological methods'?
- 'Real' research
- Is researching crime and justice criminology?
- What are criminological research methods?
- If this is criminology, what is research?
- How and why to research?
- Who or what to research?
- What is criminological about certain types of research?
- What happens in 'real life' research?
- Organisation of the book
- Choosing and using research methods
- Is this criminology?
- Types of research methods
- How to choose methods that fit
- Researching the 'truth' about rape
- science of research methods
- What are quantitative criminological methods?
- Primary and secondary data
- Interrogating official statistics
- Interview with John Muncie
- Critiquing government statistics
- Summary of secondary quantitative data methods
- Primary data research
- Summary of primary data research
- Versions of qualitative research
- Interview with Ben Bowling
- Interview with Laura Piacentini
- Focus groups
- Mixed methods
- Interview with Sandra Walklate
- Interview with Lynn Hancock
- Insider/outsider research
- Interview with Rob Hornsby
- Interview with Simon Winlow
- Research ethics
- Ethical restrictions on criminological research
- Crime and justice specific ethics?
- politics of researching crime and justice
- Danger in the research process
- What the interviewees said
- Analysing evidence
- Theoretical concerns
- short guide to criminological theories
- themes that have arisen from the interviews
- writing up process
- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
- 1 online resource.
- HV6024.5 .W47 2011eb
- 9780203824016 (electronic bk.)
0203824016 (electronic bk.)
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- EBC684092 (source: MiAaPQ)
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