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Carrie Sanders
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Police innovations,‘secret squirrels’ and accountability: Empirically studying intelligence-led policing in Canada
CB Sanders, C Weston, N Schott
British journal of criminology 55 (4), 711-729, 2015
1282015
Finding common ground in team-based qualitative research using the convergent interviewing method
SM Driedger, C Gallois, CB Sanders, N Santesso, ...
Qualitative Health Research 16 (8), 1145-1157, 2006
1062006
Policing, crime and ‘big data’; towards a critique of the moral economy of stochastic governance
CB Sanders, J Sheptycki
Crime, law and social change 68, 1-15, 2017
882017
Social reliability in qualitative team research
CB Sanders, CJ Cuneo
Sociology 44 (2), 325-343, 2010
882010
Police ‘empires’ and information technologies: uncovering material and organisational barriers to information sharing in Canadian police services
CB Sanders, S Henderson
Policing and society 23 (2), 243-260, 2013
692013
Policing “the risky”: Technology and surveillance in everyday patrol work
CB Sanders, S Hannem
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 49 (4), 389-410, 2012
622012
Crime analysis and cognitive effects: the practice of policing through flows of data
C Sanders, C Condon
The Policing of Flows, 73-91, 2020
602020
Police mothers at home: Police work and danger-protection parenting practices
T Agocs, D Langan, CB Sanders
Gender & Society 29 (2), 265-289, 2015
552015
Imagining value, imagining users: academic technology transfer for health innovation
FA Miller, CB Sanders, P Lehoux
Social Science & Medicine 68 (8), 1481-1488, 2009
472009
Policing women’s bodies: Pregnancy, embodiment, and gender relations in Canadian police work
D Langan, CB Sanders, J Gouweloos
Feminist Criminology 14 (4), 466-487, 2019
462019
Canadian police mothers and the boys’ club: Pregnancy, maternity leave, and returning to work
D Langan, CB Sanders, T Agocs
Women & Criminal Justice 27 (4), 235-249, 2017
362017
Reframing norms: boundary maintenance and partial accommodations in the work of academic technology transfer
CB Sanders, FA Miller
Science and Public Policy 37 (9), 689-701, 2010
342010
New public management and the extension of police control: community safety and security networks in Canada
CB Sanders, D Langan
Policing and society, 2018
312018
A little help from our friends: Informal third parties and interpersonal conflict
J Eaton, CB Sanders
Personal Relationships 19 (4), 623-643, 2012
292012
The RIDE study: Effects of body‐worn cameras on public perceptions of police interactions
A Saulnier, R Lahay, WP McCarty, C Sanders
Criminology & Public Policy 19 (3), 833-854, 2020
272020
Need to know vs. need to share: information technology and the intersecting work of police, fire and paramedics
CB Sanders
Information, Communication & Society 17 (4), 463-475, 2014
262014
The changing role of the law enforcement analyst: Clarifying core competencies for analysts and supervisors through empirical research
C Weston, L Bennett-Moses, C Sanders
Policing and Society, 2019
252019
Knowledge mobilization as a tool of institutional governance: Exploring academics’ perceptions of “going public”
K Cain, K Shore, C Weston, CB Sanders
Canadian Journal of Higher Education 48 (2), 39-54, 2018
202018
Reconceptualizing users through enriching ethnography
LJK Van den Scott, CB Sanders, AJ Puddephatt
The handbook of science and technology studies 4, 2017
202017
Gender, police culture, and structured ambivalence: Navigating ‘fit'with the Brotherhood, Boys’ Club, and Sisterhood
CB Sanders, J Gouweloos, D Langan
Feminist Criminology 17 (5), 641-660, 2022
152022
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