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Jared Ragland
Jared Ragland
Utah State University
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Photo-elicitation interviews with vulnerable populations: Practical and ethical considerations
H Copes, W Tchoula, F Brookman, J Ragland
Deviant Behavior 39 (4), 475-494, 2018
1692018
Symbolic perceptions of methamphetamine: Differentiating between ice and shake
H Copes, W Tchoula, J Kim, J Ragland
International Journal of Drug Policy 51, 87-94, 2018
232018
Considering the implicit meanings in photographs in narrative criminology
H Copes, J Ragland
Crime, Media, Culture 12 (2), 271-271, 2016
232016
Sex, drugs, and coercive control: Gendered narratives of methamphetamine use, relationships, and violence
H Copes, F Brookman, J Ragland, B Beaton
Criminology 60 (1), 187-218, 2022
162022
Ethically representing drug use: Photographs and ethnographic research with people who use methamphetamine
H Copes, W Tchoula, J Ragland
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology 8 (1), 21-36, 2019
152019
The stories in images: the value of the visual for narrative criminology
H Copes, A Hochstetler, J Ragland
The Emerald handbook of narrative criminology, 175-195, 2019
142019
Changing narratives of intimate partner violence: A longitudinal photo-ethnography
H Copes, L Leban, J Ragland
Conflict and Society 7 (1), 123-142, 2021
92021
Using photographs to engage with participants: A practical guide for photo-elicitation interviews to study crime and deviance
H Copes, J Ragland
Journal of Criminal Justice Education 33 (2), 247-268, 2022
82022
“Did I Just Get Caught Being Stupid?” Experiencing and Managing the Emotional Labor of Fieldwork
H Copes
Doing ethnography in criminology: Discovery through fieldwork, 75-81, 2018
72018
Protecting stories: How symbolic boundaries reduce victimization and harmful drug use
H Copes, S Sandberg, J Ragland
Crime & delinquency 69 (3), 533-558, 2023
62023
Visual criminology with... qualitative... criminology
H Copes
Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice & Criminology, 2020
32020
Peyote as earth medicine: Examining how symbolic meanings shape experiences with psychedelics
H Copes, J Ragland
The British Journal of Criminology 64 (3), 576-599, 2024
22024
The Emotional Labor of Fieldwork with People Who Use Methamphetamine
H Copes
Inside ethnography: Researchers reflect on the challenges of reaching hidden …, 2019
22019
Visually Representing Rural: Ethics of Photographing Marginalized People in the Rural South 1
H Copes, J Ragland
Research Methods for Rural Criminologists, 180-194, 2022
12022
Being Better People: Drug Using Careers and Peyote
H Copes, C Bonner, J Ragland, PS Hendricks
Justice Quarterly, 1-26, 2024
2024
What Has Been Will Be Again
J Ragland, C Wilkins
Southern Cultures 29 (4), 32-49, 2023
2023
WHAT HAS BEEN WILL BE AGAIN
A Okeowo
The Virginia Quarterly Review 97 (1), 122-7, 2021
2021
NOTES FROM THE ROAD
J Ragland
The Virginia Quarterly Review 97 (1), 142-5, 2021
2021
What Has Been Will Be Again: Photographic Meditations on Social Isolation in Alabama
J Ragland, C Wilkins
2021
WHAT HAS BEEN WILL BE AGAIN: PHOTOGRAPHIC MEDITATIONS ON SOCIAL ISOLATION IN ALABAMA
C Wilkins, J Ragland
Study the South, 2021
2021
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