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Review 2 of "Forced Interactions with Sheriff Deputies Over Time and their Influence on Stigma and Self Identities among Individuals Convicted of Sex Crimes"

...Qualitative...Criminology

Published onOct 29, 2020
Review 2 of "Forced Interactions with Sheriff Deputies Over Time and their Influence on Stigma and Self Identities among Individuals Convicted of Sex Crimes"

Vote: Publish pending minor changes


[Please explain your vote. If you voted to publish pending minor changes, specify each change, why it is needed, and, possibly, how it should/could be done.]

·        Explain: I enjoyed reading this paper.  It revealed much about how individuals with sex crime convictions navigate and understand their identity.  I felt the analysis was very well done.  One idea would be to provide/consider tables.

·        For example, maybe one table laying out some descriptives of the overall sample.

·         Perhaps another that highlighted major themes and perhaps provided a general count of who cases that could fit.  For example, only a few individuals mentioned having a “sex offender” label before being official processed by the justice system.  Perhaps a column here, “Identify label before conviction” (responses: none, or in the case of the few folks who had, “yes”) …it’s a minor idea but it might be helpful for folks to understand the overall findings.

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