Foreword Preface PART I: INTRODUCTION TO QUALITATIVE METHODS 1. In the Field - W. Shaffir & R. Stebbins 2. Participant Observation - Methodology - D. Jorgensen 3. Participant Observation - Fieldwork Relations - R. Emerson & M. Pollner 4. Interviews - J. Spradley 5. Entering the Field - J. Van Maanen PART II: THE POLICE 6. Socialization - J. Van Maanen 7. Informal Communication - M. Pogrebin & E. Poole 8. Stereotyping Cases - W. Waegel 9. Emotions - B. Stenross & S. Kleinman 10. Undercover Work - M. Pogrebin & E. Poole 11. Community Relationships - R. Weisheit, L.E. Wells, & D. Falcone 12. Police Deviancy - J. Hunt & P. Manning PART III: JUDICIAL 13. Prosecutorial Decision Making - L. Frohmaan 14. Defense Attorneys and Clients - R. Flemming 15. Social Class Effects on Criminal Clients - D. Emmelman 16. Plea Bargaining - Prosecutorial - M. Heumann 17. Plea Bargaining - Defense Attorney - D. Emmelman 18. Plea Bargaining - Judges' Role - M. McConville & C. Mirsky 19. Stereotyping the Offender - J. Rosencrance PART IV: CORRECTIONS 20. Guard Research - S. Stojkovic 21. Adjustment to Prison - D. Schmit & R. Jones 22. Changing Climate of Prisons - G. Hunt, S. Morales, & D. Waldorf 23. Women View Prison - M. Pogrebin & M. Dodge 24. Sexualized Work Environment - M. Pogrebin & E. Poole 25. Parole Board - M. Radelet & L. Roberts 26. Inmates' View of Parole Board - M. West-Smith, M. Pogrebin, & E. Poole PART V: FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: ETHICAL DILEMMAS 27. The Moral Fix: On the Ethics of Fieldwork - J. Van Maanen 28. Female Researchers in Male-Dominated Settings - J. Neff Gurney 29. Doing Research in Prisons - J. Marquart About the Editor About the Contributors
Mark R. Pogrebin is a Professor and Director of Criminal Justice in the Graduate School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado at Denver. He has conducted numerous field studies in the areas of police undercover work, tragic events, Afro-American policewomen, emotion management, women jailers, psychotherapists' deviant behavior with clients, women in prison and on parole, and the strategic uses of humor among police. He has published three books and numerous journal articles and has had over twenty of his publications reprinted in anthologies. Professor Pogrebin has his M.A. from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, and Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. A nationally-recognized authority in the field of criminal justice, Dr. Pogrebin held faculty positions at Florida State University and the University of Iowa prior to joining SPA in 1976. His present interests lie in the areas of criminology and penology, sociology of law and organizations, administration of justice, deviant behavior, and qualitative research methods.