Dr. James Treadwell describes his experience doing ethnographic fieldwork during the 2011 London riots. He compares the responses rioters gave him with the responses they gave to interviewers after their arrests. Treadwell also discusses the fact that researchers must be aware of their own politics and beliefs, and how they may affect the work.
An Ethnographic Study of the 2011 England Riots
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