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Diversifying desistance research

Citation
Graham H & McNeill F (2019) Diversifying desistance research. In: Ugwudike P, Graham H, McNeill F, Raynor P, Taxman F & Trotter C (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Rehabilitative Work in Criminal Justice. London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Companion-to-Rehabilitative-Work-in-Criminal-Justice-1st/Ugwudike-Graham-McNeill-Raynor-Taxman-Trotter/p/book/9781138103320

Abstract
With the proliferation of desistance scholarship in the last two decades, some might argue that a saturation point has been reached. We beg to differ. More diverse research is needed to generate more depth and detailed understandings of desistance. In this chapter, four areas are critically analysed as areas for further development: (1) decolonising and culturally diversifying desistance research; (2) comparative desistance research; (3) diversity and social differences in desistance research (e.g., race and ethnicity, migration, religion, gender, sexuality, class and power); and (4) developing solidarities and social movements in support of desistance. This chapter intentionally features diverse international studies and authors, providing an alternative reading list of desistance scholarship to be celebrated alongside the landmark studies of (already) highly cited authors.

Keywords
desistance; diversity; criminology

Notes
Output Status: Forthcoming

StatusPublished
Author(s)Graham, Hannah; McNeill, Fergus
Publication date online23/08/2019
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/29634
PublisherRoutledge
Publisher URLhttps://www.routledge.com/…ok/9781138103320
Place of publicationLondon
ISBN978-1-138-10332-0
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