Introduction / Jennifer M. Kilty, Maritza Felices-Luna, and Sheryl C. Fabian Part 1: Alternative Pathways: Opting for the Road Seldom Taken 1 Observing a Self-Chosen Death / Russel D. Ogden 2 Ensuring Aboriginal Women's Voices Are Heard: Toward a Balanced Approach in Community-Based Research / Catherine Fillmore, Colleen Anne Dell, and Jennifer M. Kilty 3 Commitment and Participation: A Collective Action to Defend the Rights of Homeless People against Anti-Disorder Policing Practices in Montreal / Celine Bellot, Marie-Eve Sylvestre, and Bernard St-Jacques 4 Dance in Prison: Narratives of the Body, Performativity, Methodology, and Criminology / Sylvie Frigon and Laura Shantz 5 Producing Feminist Knowledge: Lessons from the Past / Dorothy E. Chunn and Robert Menzies 6 The Evolution of Feminist Research in the Criminological Enterprise: The Canadian Experience / Jennifer M. Kilty Part 2 Ethical Quagmires: Regulating Qualitative Research 7 The Politics of Threats in Correctional and Forensic Settings: The Specificities of Nursing Research / Amelie Perron, Dave Holmes, and Jean Daniel Jacob 8 How Positivism Is Colonizing Qualitative Research through Ethics Review / Will C. van den Hoonaard 9 Fighting the Big Bad Wolf: Why All the Fuss about Ethics Review Boards? / Maritza Felices-Luna 10 Doublespeak and Double Standards: Holding a Rogue University Administration to Account / John Lowman and Ted Palys Part 3 Emotion Work and Identity: Self-Examination and Self-Awareness 11 Reconciling the Irreconcilable: Resolving Emotionality and Research Responsibility When Working for the Traumatizer / Sheryl C. Fabian 12 Grappling with Reflexivity and the Role of Emotion in Criminological Analysis / Stacey Hannem 13 Epistemological Violence, Psychological Whips, and Other Moments of Angst: Reflections on PhD Research / Melissa Munn 14 Activist Academic Whore: Negotiating the Fractured Otherness Abyss / Chris Bruckert Concluding Thoughts / Maritza Felices-Luna, Jennifer M. Kilty, and Sheryl C. Fabian Index
Through personal stories and reflections, scholars reveal the issues and obstacles they face when they adopt innovative research methods to centre the voices of marginalized populations.
Jennifer M. Kilty is an associate professor in the Department of Criminology and the Social Science of Health at the University of Ottawa. Maritza Felices-Luna is an associate professor in the Department of Criminology at the University of Ottawa. Sheryl C. Fabian is a senior lecturer in the School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University. Contributors: Celine Bellot, Chris Bruckert, Dorothy Chunn, Colleen Anne Dell, Catherine Fillmore, Sylvie Frigon, Stacey Hannem, Dave Holmes, Jean Daniel Jacob, John Lowman, Robert Menzies, Melissa Munn, Russell D. Ogden, Ted Palys, Amelie Perron, Laura Shantz, Bernard St.-Jacques, Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Will C. van den Hoonaard