Each Knowledge Cluster will look into the methodological, ethical and theoretical implications of our approach, which will then be integrated into this Knowledge Cluster:
(1) how can/should research on social practices and experiences and discourses/narratives be conducted;
(2) what is the impact of researching voices and practices with crime control professionals and vulnerable participants on the ethical stance of the criminological researcher;
(3) what is the impact of researching voices and practices on criminological theorisation, and more precisely on theories concerning procedural justice, legitimacy, surveillance and discretion, and human/children’s rights;
(4) what are the theoretical advances resulting from transcending traditional criminological domains?