Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach

Eppert K, Bögelein N, Roth V, Schmidt-Kleinert A (2022)
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 21(8): 1-11.

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Eppert, KerstinUniBi ; Bögelein, Nicole; Roth, ViktoriaUniBi; Schmidt-Kleinert, Anja
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This paper addresses terrorism trials as sites of research and proposes an approach for the analysis of ethnographic data collected during these trials. The suggested approach offers multi-level analytical access, it centers around interactionist conceptions and knowledge discourses. The conceptual framework we suggest is spelled out in terms of how to observe and being sensitive of (re-)production of power structures inside the courtroom as well as in regard to relations imported into the courtroom. For this purpose, we integrate (i) the micro-level of courtroom interactions and (ii) (self-)presentation, (iii) the meso-level of knowledge (re)production and the establishment of knowledge orders and (iv) an intersectional perspective on gender, race, and class in knowledge discourses. By applying a multi-level approach, we open up new explanatory avenues to understand the constitution of terrorism as a socio-legal object. The methodical framework connects hitherto unconnected elements, that is, participants’ interactions and negotiation, their (self-)representations, ascriptions and narrative performances, and knowledge (re-)production in order to establish or maintain political and social orders.
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trials; terrorism; radicalisation; extremism; courtroom; ethnography; methodology; interactionist; knowledge discourse
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Qualitative Methods
Band
21
Ausgabe
8
Seite(n)
1-11
ISSN
1609-4069
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2962311

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Eppert K, Bögelein N, Roth V, Schmidt-Kleinert A. Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 2022;21(8):1-11.
Eppert, K., Bögelein, N., Roth, V., & Schmidt-Kleinert, A. (2022). Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 21(8), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1177/16094069221090059
Eppert, K., Bögelein, N., Roth, V., and Schmidt-Kleinert, A. (2022). Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 21, 1-11.
Eppert, K., et al., 2022. Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 21(8), p 1-11.
K. Eppert, et al., “Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach”, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, vol. 21, 2022, pp. 1-11.
Eppert, K., Bögelein, N., Roth, V., Schmidt-Kleinert, A.: Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 21, 1-11 (2022).
Eppert, Kerstin, Bögelein, Nicole, Roth, Viktoria, and Schmidt-Kleinert, Anja. “Courtroom Ethnography in the Context of Terrorism: A Multi-Level Approach”. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 21.8 (2022): 1-11.
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