Alex Luscombe
TitleCited byYear
Criteria for quality in qualitative research and use of freedom of information requests in the social sciences
K Walby, A Luscombe
Qualitative Research, 2016
Making punishment memorialization pay? Marketing, networks, and souvenirs at small penal history museums in Canada
A Luscombe, K Walby, J Piché
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research 42 (3), 343-364, 2018
Theorizing freedom of information: The live archive, obfuscation, and actor-network theory
A Luscombe, K Walby
Government Information Quarterly 34 (3), 379-387, 2017
High policing and access to information
A Luscombe, K Walby
Police practice and research 16 (6), 485-498, 2015
Expertise and the professionalization of municipal corporate security in Canadian cities
K Walby, A Luscombe, RK Lippert
Corporate Security in the 21st Century, 116-133, 2014
Brokering access beyond the border and in the wild: Comparing freedom of information law and policy in Canada and the United States
A Luscombe, K Walby, RK Lippert
Law & Policy 39 (3), 259-279, 2017
Occupy Ottawa, conservation officers, and policing networks in Canada’s capital city
A Luscombe, K Walby
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 56 (3), 295-322, 2014
Police-sponsorship networks: benign ties or relations of private influence?
A Luscombe, K Walby, RK Lippert
Policing and Society 28 (5), 553-569, 2018
Hannah Arendt and the art of secrecy; or, the fog of Cobra Mist
W Walters, A Luscombe
International Political Sociology 11 (1), 5-20, 2016
Ethics review and freedom of information requests in qualitative research
K Walby, A Luscombe
Research Ethics 14 (4), 1-15, 2018
Online readers’ comments as popular texts: Public opinions of paid duty policing in Canada
A Luscombe, K Walby, RK Lippert
Canadian Journal of Communication 42 (5), 2017
Gift-giving, disreputable exchange, and the management of donations in a police department
D Fridman, A Luscombe
Social Forces 96 (2), 507-528, 2017
The police foundation’s rise: Implications of public policing’s dark money
K Walby, RK Lippert, A Luscombe
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (4), 824-844, 2017
Deception Declassified: The Social Organisation of Cover Storying in a Secret Intelligence Operation
A Luscombe
Sociology, 2016
Haunting encounters at Canadian penal history museums
A Luscombe, K Walby, J Piché
The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, 435-455, 2017
Going to the dogs? Police, donations, and K9s
K Walby, A Luscombe, RK Lippert
Policing: An International Journal 41 (6), 798-812, 2018
Freedom of Information and Social Science Research Design
K Walby, A Luscombe
Routledge, 2019
Secrecy research amidst the ruins of an atomic weapons research facility1
W Walters, A Luscombe
Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: A Guide to Qualitative Fieldwork, 10, 2019
Using freedom of information requests in socio-legal studies, criminal justice studies, and criminology
K Walby, A Luscombe
Methods of Criminology and Criminal Justice Research (Sociology of Crime …, 2019
Practicing Freedom of Information as ‘Feral Law’ and Theorizing FOI in Socio-Legal Studies
A Luscombe, K Walby
Socio-Legal Imaginations: A Field in Development, 2019
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