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INTERLABO du GERN
2 juin : 9 h 00 - 18 h 30
Researching juvenile justice practices: discussing the pains of doing criminological research
Central to this GERN seminar is the discussion and reflection on deontological, methodological or ethical problems related to doing criminological research, more specifically on juvenile justice practices. With this seminar we want to put forward the complexity of doing criminological research (both quantitative and qualitative) and the problems researchers are confronted with during the whole research process.
This seminar proposes to organise the discussion starting from specific (empirical) research and the obtained results, moving on to the deontological and methodological questions and decisions that were taken, such as:
- (Formal) Access to participants (especially minors/youngsters)
- The (research driven) interaction with participants
- Doing research and the researchers’ emotions or subjectivity
- The impact or consequences of scientific intervention for the persons involved or practices studied
- The issue of informed consent (and how to obtain participation)
This GERN seminar will be in English and/or French.
You can send your poster for a Poster Session. Send by email to Jenneke Christiaens and María José Bernuz until 15th of may title and abstract and take with you the poster the same day of the seminar at 9:00. Recommended dimensions: 84cmsx118cms.
We will give certificate of attendance and/or participation.
The inscription is free, but you have to send your registration form (see at the end) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org until 15th may 2017.