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As criminological inquiry continues to broaden, deepen and diversify its presence within and across the social sciences, this third and substantially up-dated edition of ‘Doing Criminological Research’ is an indispensable source. Its range and scope, together with the authority of its coverage and analysis, render it a tour de force. Essential reading for entry level, and more experienced researchers, alike.
The third edition of Francis and Davies’ Doing Criminological Research will be a standard resource for British criminologists for years to come and an indispensable teaching tool. Its scope is comprehensive, its coverage is up-to-date, and its writers are first-rate. The editors have served the discipline well.
Peter Francis and Pamela Davies have done a great service to the criminological field by publishing this comprehensive and updated research textbook, bridging qualitative and quantitative methods, literature review and methodological innovation, politics and ethics, writing and autobiography, longitudinal and life-course research, big-data and ethnographical studies, visual and international research, case and evaluation studies.
The third edition of Doing Criminological Research provides a collection of high quality, reflective and accessible accounts of doing criminological research. This is a "must read" for anyone embarking on a research project. Contributors provide clear guidance on how to turn research ideas into research projects and insights into doing criminological research in new, innovative, dynamic and novel ways. Engendering a sense of excitement for students and scholars, this collection does much to stir the criminological imagination.