Items where SHU Author is "Lumsden, Karen"

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LUMSDEN, Karen and BLACK, Alexandra (2020). ‘Sorry, I’m Dead, it’s Too Late Now’: Barriers Faced by D/deaf Citizens When Accessing Police Services. Disability and Society.

BLACK, Alexandra and LUMSDEN, Karen (2019). Precautionary policing and dispositives of risk in a police force control room in domestic abuse incidents: An ethnography of call handlers, dispatchers and response officers. Policing and society.

HADLINGTON, Lee, LUMSDEN, Karen, BLACK, Alexandra and FERRA, Fenia (2018). A Qualitative Exploration of Police Officers’ Experiences, Challenges, and Perceptions of Cybercrime. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice.

LUMSDEN, Karen, GOODE, Jackie and BLACK, Alex (2018). ‘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. Sociological Research Online.

LUMSDEN, Karen and BLACK, Alexandra (2018). Austerity policing, emotional labour and the boundaries of police work: an ethnography of a police force control room in England. The British Journal of Criminology, 58 (3), 606-623.

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BLACK, Alexandra, LUMSDEN, Karen and HADLINGTON, Lee (2019). 'Why Don't You Block Them?' Police Officers' Constructions of the Ideal Victim When Responding to Reports of Interpersonal Cybercrime. In: LUMSDEN, Karen and HARMER, Emily, (eds.) Online Othering. Palgrave Studies in Cybercrime and Cybersecurity . Springer International Publishing, 355-378.

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