Tara Opsal
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Participants’ experiences of the qualitative interview: Considering the importance of research paradigms
JR Wolgemuth, Z Erdil-Moody, T Opsal, JE Cross, T Kaanta, ...
Qualitative research 15 (3), 351-372, 2015
2652015
‘Livin’on the straights’: identity, desistance, and work among women post‐incarceration
T Opsal
Sociological Inquiry 82 (3), 378-403, 2012
1512012
Women disrupting a marginalized identity: Subverting the parolee identity through narrative
TD Opsal
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 40 (2), 135-167, 2011
1332011
“Punishment on the installment plan” individual-level predictors of parole revocation in four states
S Steen, T Opsal
The Prison Journal 87 (3), 344-366, 2007
832007
“There Are No Known Benefits...” Considering the Risk/Benefit Ratio of Qualitative Research
T Opsal, J Wolgemuth, J Cross, T Kaanta, E Dickmann, S Colomer, ...
Qualitative Health Research 26 (8), 1137-1150, 2016
732016
Energy crime, harm, and problematic state response in Colorado: A case of the fox guarding the hen house?
T Opsal, TOC Shelley
Critical Criminology 22 (4), 561-577, 2014
692014
Putting parolees back in prison: Discretion and the parole revocation process
S Steen, T Opsal, P Lovegrove, S McKinzey
Criminal Justice Review 38 (1), 70-93, 2013
492013
Women on parole: Understanding the impact of surveillance
TD Opsal
Women & Criminal Justice 19 (4), 306-328, 2009
472009
“It’s Their World, so You’ve Just Got to Get Through” Women’s Experiences of Parole Governance
T Opsal
Feminist Criminology 10 (2), 188-207, 2015
452015
Making it on the outside: Understanding barriers to women’s post‐incarceration reintegration
T Opsal, A Foley
Sociology Compass 7 (4), 265-277, 2013
362013
The influence of victim ethnicity on arrest in violent crimes
S Briggs, T Opsal
Criminal Justice Studies 25 (2), 177-189, 2012
282012
The right to resist or a case of injustice? Meta-power in the oil and gas fields
SA Malin, T Opsal, T O’Connor Shelley, PM Hall
Social Forces 97 (4), 1811-1838, 2019
222019
Rejection, humiliation, and parole: A study of parolees' perspectives
MR Pogrebin, PB Stretesky, A Walker, T Opsal
Symbolic Interaction 38 (3), 413-430, 2015
172015
Livinon the Straights: Identity
T Opsal
Desistance, and Work among Women Post, 2012
72012
Freedom, surveillance, and power: Women living under the institution of parole
T Opsal
ProQuest Digital Dissertations.(Accession Number 650747782), 2008
72008
Invisible vulnerability: Participant perceptions of a campus-based program for students without caregivers
T Opsal, R Eman
Children and Youth Services Review 94, 617-627, 2018
52018
Environmental victimization: a case study of citizens’ experiences with oil and gas development in Colorado, USA
TOC Shelley, T Opsal
Greening Criminology in the 21st Century, 114-133, 2016
52016
Prisons as LULUs: Understanding the parallels between prison proliferation and environmental injustices
T Opsal, SA Malin
Sociological Inquiry 90 (3), 579-602, 2020
42020
Introduction to the Special Issue: Grappling with ‘The Feminist Ethnographer’s Dilemma
K Sandstrom, T Opsal
Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 42 (4), 2013
42013
“That’s Just What You Do”: Applying the Techniques of Neutralization to College Hazing
K Alexander, T Opsal
Deviant Behavior, 1-18, 2020
32020
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