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GET READY TO DUCK: Bouncers and the Realities of Ethnographic Research on Violent Groups

Simon Winlow, Dick Hobbs, Stuart Lister and Philip Hadfield
The British Journal of Criminology
Vol. 41, No. 3, SPECIAL ISSUE: METHODOLOGICAL DILEMMAS OF RESEARCH (SUMMER 2001), pp. 536-548
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23638851
Page Count: 13
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GET READY TO DUCK: Bouncers and the Realities of Ethnographic Research on Violent Groups
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Abstract

This paper seeks to address some of the pragmatic and ethical issues encountered when researching violence. We seek through reference to our own work and to the work of others to highlight the inevitability of these problems and to suggest that dealing with them is instrinsic to the sociological enterprise.

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