|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Blog Posts/Website Contributions|
|Title:||Seasons, Senses, Spaces: Discerning the Social Choreography of the Penal Field|
|Publisher:||COST - European Cooperation in Science and Technology|
|Citation:||Graham H (2015) Seasons, Senses, Spaces: Discerning the Social Choreography of the Penal Field, Offender Supervision in Europe COST Action IS1106, 18/06/2015. COST - European Cooperation in Science and Technology. Available at: http://www.offendersupervision.eu/blog-post/seasons-senses-spaces-discerning-the-social-choreography-of-the-penal-field|
|Abstract:||Considering the penal field, including its practices and cultures, creates space for simultaneous (self) reflection on ourselves as criminological actors (and our respective disciplinary allegiances, cultures and ‘habitus’ as Bourdieu would say, as ‘seers’ and ‘knowers’ of the penal field). The leitmotif of this COST Action network is its culture. It encompasses a remarkable and rare combination of productivity, creativity, empirical integrity, and epistemological humility. I affirm Prof Stef’ Decoene's observation that a palpable sense of joy and camaraderie exists among COST network researchers, creating a special atmosphere infrequently observed in other academic forums of the same size. In the following sub-sections, I summarise some of the network’s compelling characteristics and contributions across three inter-related spheres, using the metaphors of ‘seasons’, ‘senses’ and ‘spaces’. Interwoven within this is a reflexive critique of what I see as some of the wider issues affecting criminology and criminal justice research, demarcating why the work of this COST Action network is distinctive.|
|Type:||Blog Post/Website Contribution|
|Rights:||Author retains copyright. Proper attribution of authorship and correct citation details should be given.|
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