Young Delinquency as a Social Product in an Age of Correction

The Chicago School’s Struggle to Humanize Transgression

in Boyhood Studies
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Shane Blackman Canterbury Christ Church University shane.blackman@canterbury.ac.uk

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  • Back, Les. 2012. “Live Sociology: Social Research and Its Futures.” The Sociological Review 60 (S1): 1839. doi:10.1111/j.1467–954X.2012.02115.x.

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  • Blackman, Shane. 2010. “‘The Ethnographic Mosaic’ of the Chicago School: Critically Locating Vivien Palmer, Clifford Shaw and Frederic Thrasher’s Research Methods in Contemporary Reflexive Sociological Interpretation.” In The Legacy of the Chicago School of Sociology: A Collection of Essays in Honour of the Chicago School of Sociology during the First Half of the 20th Century, ed. Christopher Hart, 195215. Kingswinsford, UK: Midrash Publishing.

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