Issues

The British Journal of Community Justice (Volume 14: Issue 2)

Published
15/06/2016
ISSN
4453453450394580394580349580394850

Issue contents

Editorial Comment

Dr Jaime Waters

Editorial: Entering the Field of Criminological Research

Editorial Comment

Professor Yvonne Jewkes

Foreword: Entering the Field and Leaving Intact

Article

Dr Jennifer Fleetwood

Entering the Global Field: Talk, Travel and Narrative Practice in Ecuadorian Prisons

Article

Dr Sabine Carl

Emotions Re-visited: Autoethnographic Reflections on a Qualitative PhD Thesis Using Semi-Structured Interviews. A Tale of Politicians, Professors and Ombudsmen

Article

Dr Jaime Waters

How Biography Influences Research: An Autoethnography

Article

Christine Preiser

Conducting Open Participant Observations of Bouncers - Negotiating (In)visibility in Fieldwork*

Editorial Comment

Dr Stephen Wakeman

Afterword: The Case for Criminological Autoethnography

Review

Ross Little

Community Justice Files 39

Review

Anne Robinson, Jake Phillips

Book Reviews (14.2)