Research in Rural Spaces
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In this edition of Issues in Rural Crime and Society, we host Jessica Peterson to talk about all things rural research methods. Jessica is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Nebraska Kearney. She is also an adjunct lecturer in the Discipline of Criminology at the University of New England and a Research Associate with the Centre for Rural Criminology (UNE). In this podcast Kyle and Jessica cover a variety of topics and issues related to rural research methods, from access and engagement to the challenges and rewards.
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