RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WITHOUT A VICTIM: RISE AND THE ROADS NOT TAKEN

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICES OF ‘REHABILITATION’ IN A COMMUNITY REHABILITATION COMPANY: DISCONNECTS BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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NEOLIBERAL FEMINISED GOVERNMENTALITY: THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF A POST CORSTON REPORT (2007) WOMEN’S CENTRE IN THE NORTH-WEST OF ENGLAND

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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Sex work, hate crime and policing

Research led by Campbell over the past two decades has established that the hate crime approach adopted in Merseyside in 2006 for crimes against sex workers is greatly supported by both sex workers and the police.

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RACE HATE CRIME AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSE

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF ISLAMOPHOBIA

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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Book Reviews

Paul Ransome’s book represents a critical and throughout effort to stimulate the reader to reflect about how Ethics, Theory, and Values interact and interplay with the wider socio, historical, and political context.

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Book Reviews

Paul Ransome’s book represents a critical and throughout effort to stimulate the reader to reflect about how Ethics, Theory, and Values interact and interplay with the wider socio, historical, and political context.

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COVID-19 IN OUR PRISONS: WHO PROTECTS THE PROTECTORS?

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments.

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