This major new textbook brings together leading criminological researchers who provide an insight into the processes, practicalities and actualities of planning, experiencing and doing criminological research. The book draws on a wide range of studies of crime and criminal justice.
Doing Criminological Research is essential reading for students of criminology and for those embarking on criminological inquiry.
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`There are a number of reasons for commending this book to students about to undertake a dissertation in criminology. One is the appealing layout and the separation into three parts: the planning, the doing and the experiencing of criminological research. The style of allowing chapter authors to reflect on their own research does make for a student-friendly production' - International Journal of Sociology of Law
`A combination of the reflections of experienced researchers on the research process and clear discussions on the technicalities of methods, make this book an interesting and valuable addition to the criminological literature that will have a wide appeal' - Tim May, University of Salford
`This book is an accessible introduction not only to choosing a research subject, but also to how to present detailed research topics, dissertations and theses. By drawing on the work and research experiences of some of the most noted academic researchers in this country, it clearly explains to students the pitfalls and potentials of doing criminological research and is invaluable in alerting students to the diverse and expansive field of criminological inquiry' - John Muncie, The Open University
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Book Description Sage Publications Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0761965092