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CLJ Professor Alana Gunn’s Article, “Every time I tell my story I learn something new: Voice and Inclusion in Research with Black Women With Histories of Addiction” Recognized as One of Eight Articles by the British Society of Criminology”

"... The articles contained within this virtual edition of Criminology and Criminal Justice have been selected for three reasons. Firstly, all are outstanding examples of scholarly work published within the journal in the 12 years preceding the conference. Secondly, each can be understood as resonating with one or more of the plenary panels of this year’s conference. Finally, each article provides new potential avenues for exploration and ways of approaching research, which may help scholars address the fundamental question which functions as this year’s conference theme."

For the full article and a list of articles, please visit the link provided here to Sage Journals.