Heith Copes
Heith Copes
Distinguished Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham
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What have we learned from five decades of neutralization research?
S Maruna, H Copes
Crime and justice 32, 221-320, 2005
“How edge are you?” Constructing authentic identities and subcultural boundaries in a straightedge internet forum
JP Williams, H Copes
Symbolic Interaction 28 (1), 67-89, 2005
“We Weren't Like No Regular Dope Fiends”: Negotiating Hustler and Crackhead Identities1
H Copes, A Hochstetler, JP Williams
Social problems 55 (2), 254-270, 2008
Transferring subcultural knowledge on-line: Practices and beliefs of persistent digital pirates
TJ Holt, H Copes
Deviant Behavior 31 (7), 625-654, 2010
Societal attachments, offending frequency, and techniques of neutralization
H Copes
Deviant Behavior 24 (2), 101-127, 2003
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
Gender, identity, and accounts: How white collar offenders do gender when making sense of their crimes
PM Klenowski, H Copes, CW Mullins
Justice Quarterly 28 (1), 46-69, 2011
Stories of violence: A narrative criminological study of ambiguity
S Sandberg, S Tutenges, H Copes
British Journal of Criminology 55 (6), 1168-1186, 2015
The ‘code of the street’and the generation of street violence in the UK
F Brookman, T Bennett, A Hochstetler, H Copes
European Journal of Criminology 8 (1), 17-31, 2011
‘Drive it like you Stole it’ Auto Theft and the Illusion of Normalcy
M Cherbonneau, H Copes
British Journal of Criminology 46 (2), 193-211, 2006
“Keepin'My Mind Right” Identity Maintenance and Religious Social Support in the Prison Context
KR Kerley, H Copes
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 53 (2 …, 2009
Techniques of affirmation: Deviant behavior, moral commitment, and subcultural identity
H Copes, JP Williams
Deviant behavior 28 (3), 247-272, 2007
Peaceful warriors: Codes for violence among adult male bar fighters
H Copes, A Hochstetler, CJ Forsyth
Criminology 51 (3), 761-794, 2013
A narrative approach to studying symbolic boundaries among drug users: A qualitative meta-synthesis
H Copes
Crime, Media, Culture 12 (2), 193-213, 2016
Speaking with ethnographers: The challenges of researching drug dealers and offenders
S Sandberg, H Copes
Journal of Drug Issues 43 (2), 176-197, 2013
Situational construction of masculinity among male street thieves
H Copes, A Hochstetler
Journal of contemporary ethnography 32 (3), 279-304, 2003
Differentiating identity theft: An exploratory study of victims using a national victimization survey
H Copes, KR Kerley, R Huff, J Kane
Journal of Criminal Justice 38 (5), 1045-1052, 2010
Bounded rationality of identity thieves: Using offender‐based research to inform policy
H Copes, LM Vieraitis
Criminology & Public Policy 8 (2), 237-262, 2009
“That’s not who I am:” How offenders commit violent acts and reject authentically violent selves
A Hochstetler, H Copes, JP Williams
Justice Quarterly 27 (4), 492-516, 2010
Routine activities and motor vehicle theft: A crime specific approach
H Copes
Journal of Crime and Justice 22 (2), 125-146, 1999
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