Session 559: RM20 -> Using Qualitative Methods to Access the Inaccessible: Getting at Difficult Populations and Questions
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: W-Ascot
Session Chair: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University
An Observational Study of Active Shoplifters
by: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Richard Hollinger, University of Florida
Hoochie-Mamas, Creepers, and Dope Fiends: The Inextricable Link Between Drug Addiction and Sex Work in a Jersey City Neighborhood and Implications for Law Enforcement
by: Regina E. Brisgone, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Safety Laws in Practice: The Translation of Industrial Safety Legislation Into Everyday Shop-Floor Reality
by: Clinton Gray, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
A Research of Computer Crime Pattern Analysis and Criminal Profiling
by: You-lu Liao, Central Police University (Corresponding)
Tsan-chang Lin, Central Police University
Doing Research in Difficult Places: A Suggested Methodology for Qualitative Research in Prisons
by: Diana Medlicott, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University Coll (Corresponding)

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