Karen Lumsden
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Media framing of trolling and online abuse: silencing strategies, symbolic violence, and victim blaming
K Lumsden, H Morgan
Feminist Media Studies 17 (6), 926-940, 2017
Don't ask a woman to do another woman's job': Gendered interactions and the emotional ethnographer
K Lumsden
Sociology 43 (3), 497-513, 2009
Reflexivity in criminological research
K Lumsden, A Winter
Reflexivity in criminological research: Experiences with the powerful and …, 2014
Reflexivity: Theory, method, and practice
K Lumsden
Routledge, 2019
Policing research and the rise of the ‘evidence-base’: Police officer and staff understandings of research, its implementation and ‘what works’
K Lumsden, J Goode
Sociology 52 (4), 813-829, 2018
Austerity policing, emotional labour and the boundaries of police work: an ethnography of a police force control room in England
K Lumsden, A Black
The British journal of criminology 58 (3), 606-623, 2018
The McDonaldisation of police–academic partnerships: organisational and cultural barriers encountered in moving from research on police to research with police
J Goode, K Lumsden
Policing and society 28 (1), 75-89, 2018
You are what you research’: researcher partisanship and the sociology of the ‘underdog
K Lumsden
Qualitative Research 13 (1), 3-18, 2013
Online othering: An introduction
E Harmer, K Lumsden
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web, 1-33, 2019
Gendered performances in a male-dominated subculture:‘Girl Racers’, car modification and the quest for masculinity
K Lumsden
Sociological Research Online 15 (3), 75-85, 2010
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the web
K Lumsden, E Harmer
Springer, 2019
Police officer and civilian staff receptivity to research and evidence-based policing in the UK: Providing a contextual understanding through qualitative interviews
K Lumsden
Policing: a journal of policy and practice 11 (2), 157-167, 2017
A qualitative exploration of police officers’ experiences, challenges, and perceptions of cybercrime
L Hadlington, K Lumsden, A Black, F Ferra
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 15 (1), 34-43, 2021
Boy racer culture: Youth, masculinity and deviance
K Lumsden
Routledge, 2013
‘It’sa profession, it isn’ta job’: Police officers’ views on the professionalisation of policing in England
K Lumsden
Sociological Research Online 22 (3), 4-20, 2017
‘I will not be thrown out of the country because I’m an immigrant’: Eastern European migrants’ responses to hate crime in a semi-rural context in the wake of Brexit
K Lumsden, J Goode, A Black
Sociological Research Online 24 (2), 167-184, 2019
Cyber-trolling as symbolic violence
K Lumsden, HM Morgan
The Routledge handbook of gender and violence, 121-132, 2018
‘Do we look like boy racers?’The role of the folk devil in contemporary moral panics
K Lumsden
Sociological research online 14 (1), 1-12, 2009
Public criminology, reflexivity and the enterprise university: Experiences of research, knowledge transfer work and co-option with police forces
K Lumsden, J Goode
Theoretical criminology 22 (2), 243-257, 2018
‘“I want to kill you in front of your children” is not a threat. It’s an expression of a desire’: Discourses of online abuse, trolling and violence on r/MensRights
K Lumsden
Online othering: Exploring digital violence and discrimination on the Web …, 2019
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