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Research in Practice for Forensic Professionals

English · Hardback

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Zusatztext 'There is no single way to do good research. The Editors of this text have taken a broad perspective! and contributions cover a wide range of research issues and specific methods applicable in forensic work. Chapters are authored by leading researchers! who explain their methods clearly! without sacrificing detail. This book will certainly be of use to students who are developing their research skills. I would also strongly recommend it to qualified practitioners who wish to gather information about their service users! evaluate their interventions! or better understand the systems in which they work with offenders. Whether your job is to catch and convict offenders! or to work with them to reduce risk! in this book you will find a way to answer some of the important questions you have no doubt asked in the past.'- Professor Mary McMurran! Institute of Mental Health! University of Nottingham Informationen zum Autor Kerry Sheldon is Research Fellow at Rampton High Secure Hospital. She has worked for the probation service in sex offender treatment and as a lecturer in psychology and criminology. Jason Davies is a Consultant Forensic and Clinical Psychologist and Lead Psychologist in Rehabilitation/Recovery and Low Secure Services with Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board Kevin Howells trained initially as a clinical psychologist before specialising in forensic work. He has worked as a practitioner in a range of forensic mental health services in the UK and the USA as well as holding a number of academic positions and publishing extensively in the field. Klappentext This volume explores applied research methods used in forensic settings! such as prisons! the probation service! courts and forensic mental health establishments! and provides a comprehensive how-to guide for forensic practitioners and researchers. Zusammenfassung This book explores the use of applied research methods used in forensic settings and provides a 'how-to' book for forensic practitioners and researchers. Editors have backgrounds as both practitioners and researchers. Inhaltsverzeichnis Part 1: Introduction to Forensic Research 1. Conducting Research in Forensic Settings: Philosophical and Practical Issues 2. Ethical Problems Arising in Forensic and Correctional Research Part 2: Risk, Investigative and Criminal Justice Research 3. Risk Research 4. Facet Theory and Multi-Dimensional Scaling Methods in Forensic Research 5. Court Relevant Research Methods Part 3: Approaches at the Qualitative Level 6. Qualitative Research With Staff In Forensic Settings: A Grounded Theory Example 7. Using Qualitative Methods to Research Offenders and Forensic Patients Part 4: Assessing Individual Change 8. Single Case Methodologies 9. The Idiographic Measurement of Change 10. Functional Analysis Part 5: Approaches at the Group Level 10. Strengths and Weaknesses of Randomised Control Trials 11. Evaluation of Regimes and Environments 12. Evaluating the quality of criminal justice programmes 13. Treatment and Rehabilitation Evaluation and Large Scale Outcomes 14. Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis 15. Conclusion ...

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Authors Kerry Sheldon, Kerry Davies Sheldon, SHELDON KERRY DAVIES JASON HOWEL
Assisted by Jason Davies (Editor), Jason Davis (Editor), Kevin Howells (Editor), Kerry Sheldon (Editor)
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd.
 
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 10.10.2011
 
EAN 9780415672719
ISBN 978-0-415-67271-9
No. of pages 340
Series Issues in Forensic Psychology
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Law > Criminal law, criminal procedural law, criminology

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