The sociologist as detective; an introduction to research methods. Edited with introd. and exercises by William B. Sanders.


New York, Praeger [1974] .

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Subjects Criminal investigation.
Social sciences -- Research.
Sociology -- Methodology.
Sociology -- Research.
Description xiii, 263 p. illus. 21 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Sanders, W. B. The methods and evidence of detectives and sociologists.--The critical perspective: Deutscher, I. Words and deeds: social science and social policy. Sacks, H. Notes on police assessment of moral character.--The survey: Ennis, P. H. Crimes, victims, and the police. Wiseman, J. P. Drunk court: the adult parallel to juvenile court.--The experiment: Middleton, R. Ethnic prejudice and susceptibility to persuasion. Felipe Russo, N. J. and Sommer, R. Invasions of personal space.--The ethnography: Sanders, W. B. and Daudistel, H. C. Detective work: patterns of criminal investigations. Cressey, D. R. Development of a generalization explaining violation of financial trust. Webb, E. J., and others. Physical evidence.--Content analysis: Winick, C. Teen-agers, satire, and Mad. Sanders, W. B. Pumps and pauses: strategic use of conversational structure in police interrogations.
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