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Composite Critical Criminology & Collective Stewardship (Khalifa): a theoretical exploration of preventing environmental crimes in Malaysia (2024)
Journal Article
Quraishi, M. (2024). Composite Critical Criminology & Collective Stewardship (Khalifa): a theoretical exploration of preventing environmental crimes in Malaysia. #Journal not on list, 9(1), 1-14

This paper identifies and interrogates a novel theoretical lens to address environmental ‘crime’ understood as a ‘composite critical criminological’ approach (Quraishi, 2020:90) incorporating three main conceptual strands: 1)Evaluating pert... Read More about Composite Critical Criminology & Collective Stewardship (Khalifa): a theoretical exploration of preventing environmental crimes in Malaysia.

“Their Normal is Just Different to Ours”: How Does Police Occupational Culture Contribute to Their Understanding of Autism? (2023)
Thesis
Hepworth, D. (2023). “Their Normal is Just Different to Ours”: How Does Police Occupational Culture Contribute to Their Understanding of Autism?. (Thesis). University of Salford

This exploratory, qualitative PhD study aimed to explore how police occupational culture theory can be used to view police behaviours and attitudes towards autism, and how autistic individuals perceive the police following experiences as suspects. P... Read More about “Their Normal is Just Different to Ours”: How Does Police Occupational Culture Contribute to Their Understanding of Autism?.

Defining and Illustrating “Extremism” Using the Largest Investigation into Islam in Prison (2023)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, M. L. N., & Quraishi, M. (2023). Defining and Illustrating “Extremism” Using the Largest Investigation into Islam in Prison. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 1-35. https://doi.org/10.1080/1057610x.2023.2247620

In the context of a damaging absence of clarity, we define “Islamist Extremism” as: the absolutely divided and antagonistic Worldview of the “Us”-true-Muslim “in-group” who must strive to live in an “Islamic” State versus “Them”-non-Muslim’ and “wron... Read More about Defining and Illustrating “Extremism” Using the Largest Investigation into Islam in Prison.

Briefing: Understanding Islam and Muslims in Prison (2023)
Other
Quraishi, M. (2023). Briefing: Understanding Islam and Muslims in Prison. [www.poauk.org]. London

Briefing paper about the findings of the Understanding Muslims in Prison research project in the Prison Officers Association Magazine 'Gatelodge'

‘ Oh you’re on our side, you’re my brother’: occupational ontology and challenges for Muslim prison officers in Europe (2023)
Journal Article
Quraishi, M., & Wilkinson, M. (2023). ‘ Oh you’re on our side, you’re my brother’: occupational ontology and challenges for Muslim prison officers in Europe. Contemporary Islam, 17(3), 411-431. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11562-023-00526-9

Filling a significant gap in prisons research, this paper articulates the experiences and perspectives of a group of Muslim prison officers interviewed as part of an international study examining Islam in prison. These Muslim prison officers occupied... Read More about ‘ Oh you’re on our side, you’re my brother’: occupational ontology and challenges for Muslim prison officers in Europe.

La prison comme expérience liminale du changement religieux: Une analyse des trajectoires religieuses de personnes détenues de confession musulmane (2022)
Journal Article
Purdie, M., Wilkinson, M., Quraishi, M., & Irfan, L. (2022). La prison comme expérience liminale du changement religieux: Une analyse des trajectoires religieuses de personnes détenues de confession musulmane. Criminologie, 55(1), 139-165. https://doi.org/10.7202/1089732ar

Depuis une vingtaine d’années, les prisons européennes font face à une augmentation significative de personnes détenues de confession musulmane au point que dans certains établissements, celles-ci représentent parfois plus de la moitié des prisonnier... Read More about La prison comme expérience liminale du changement religieux: Une analyse des trajectoires religieuses de personnes détenues de confession musulmane.

The primacy of ontology: a philosophical basis for research on religion in prison (2021)
Journal Article
Irfan, L., Quraishi, M., Schneuwly Purdie, M., & Wilkinson, M. (2022). The primacy of ontology: a philosophical basis for research on religion in prison. Journal of Critical Realism, 21(2), 145-169. https://doi.org/10.1080/14767430.2021.2007463

This paper suggests philosophical foundations for mixed methods research based on the philosophy of critical realism. In particular, it suggests that the critical realist idea of the primacy of ontology helps bridge the apparent paradigmatic gap betw... Read More about The primacy of ontology: a philosophical basis for research on religion in prison.

Building on the shoulders of Bhaskar and Matthews: a critical realist criminology (2021)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, M., Quraishi, M., Irfan, L., & Schneuwly Purdie, M. (2022). Building on the shoulders of Bhaskar and Matthews: a critical realist criminology. Journal of Critical Realism, 21(2), 123-144. https://doi.org/10.1080/14767430.2021.1992736

Building on the insights of the late Roy Bhaskar and the late Roger Matthews, as well as some recent developments in ultra-realist criminology, this article introduces and delineates some core intellectual contours of a Critical Realist Criminology (... Read More about Building on the shoulders of Bhaskar and Matthews: a critical realist criminology.

Doing ‘judgemental rationality’ in empirical research : the importance of depth-reflexivity when researching in prison (2021)
Journal Article
Quraishi, M., Irfan, L., Schneuwly Purdie, M., & Wilkinson, M. (2022). Doing ‘judgemental rationality’ in empirical research : the importance of depth-reflexivity when researching in prison. Journal of Critical Realism, 21(1), 25-45. https://doi.org/10.1080/14767430.2021.1992735

Critical realist thought has theorised convincingly that ontological realism is constellationally embedded in epistemic relativism which in turn necessitates judgemental rationality. In social science, judgemental rationality involves acting upon pla... Read More about Doing ‘judgemental rationality’ in empirical research : the importance of depth-reflexivity when researching in prison.

Living Islam in prison : how gender affects the religious experiences of female and male offenders (2021)
Journal Article
Schneuwly Purdie, M., Irfan, L., Quraishi, M., & Wilkinson, M. (2021). Living Islam in prison : how gender affects the religious experiences of female and male offenders. Religions, 12(5), e298. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12050298

Addressing a significant gap in the knowledge of female Muslim prisoners’ religiosity, this paper describes and explains the gendered impact of incarceration on the religiosity of Muslim female and male offenders. Based on quantitative and qualitativ... Read More about Living Islam in prison : how gender affects the religious experiences of female and male offenders.

Prison as a site of intense religious change : the example of conversion to Islam (2021)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, M., Irfan, L., Quraishi, M., & Schneuwly Purdie, M. (2021). Prison as a site of intense religious change : the example of conversion to Islam. Religions, 12(3), e162. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel12030162

Based on the findings of mixed-methods research conducted with 279 Muslim prisoners in 10 prisons in England, Switzerland and France, this paper argues that contemporary European prisons are sites of intense religious change, in which many people bor... Read More about Prison as a site of intense religious change : the example of conversion to Islam.

Towards a Malaysian criminology : conflict, censure and compromise (2020)
Book
Quraishi, M. (2020). Towards a Malaysian criminology : conflict, censure and compromise. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-49101-5

This book provides a critical analysis of criminological scholarship in Malaysia, presenting a focused exploration of the key qualities and limitations to studies on crime, deviance, victimization and criminal justice in this country. This text conne... Read More about Towards a Malaysian criminology : conflict, censure and compromise.

Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK (2019)
Thesis
Khan, A. Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK. (Thesis). University of Salford

The main objective of this thesis is to capture, describe, understand and articulate the ways in which Muslim women view and interpret crime, deviance and moral dilemmas in contemporary society. This study will evaluate the contrasts and overlaps bet... Read More about Interpreting ‘living law’ amongst Muslim women in the UK.

A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates (2018)
Thesis
Alshehhi, M. (in press). A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates. (Thesis). University of Salford

The thesis critically examines the qualitative experiences of Body Worn Cameras (BWCs) amongst a sample of police officers in UAE prior to the formal implementation of this technology. It considers the relevance, strengths and limitations of BWC tec... Read More about A criminological critique of body worn cameras in policing : the case of the United Arab Emirates.

Optimising rigour in focus group analysis : using content/thematic and form/structural approaches to understand British Somali's experiences of policing in London (2017)
Journal Article
Ahmed, A., Quraishi, M., & Abdillahi, A. (2017). Optimising rigour in focus group analysis : using content/thematic and form/structural approaches to understand British Somali's experiences of policing in London. International social science review, 93(2), 1-31

There is evidence that focus groups are useful to explore issues with socially marginalised groups, notably when participants have shared particular experiences. Focus groups have the methodological potential to highlight group norms and processes, a... Read More about Optimising rigour in focus group analysis : using content/thematic and form/structural approaches to understand British Somali's experiences of policing in London.

Child sexual exploitation and British Muslims : a modern moral panic? (2016)
Book Chapter
Quraishi, M. (2016). Child sexual exploitation and British Muslims : a modern moral panic?. In S. Hamid (Ed.), Young British Muslims: Between Rhetoric and Realities. Abingdon, UK: Routledge

This chapter invites the reader to examine recent well-publicised incidents of Asian/Muslim men being convicted of sexual offences committed against children across various locations in the UK. For a prudent academic evaluation, the chapter directs t... Read More about Child sexual exploitation and British Muslims : a modern moral panic?.

Criminalising religious pluralism : the legal treatment of Shiites in Malaysia (2016)
Journal Article
Samuri, M., & Quraishi, M. (2016). Criminalising religious pluralism : the legal treatment of Shiites in Malaysia. Journal of Shi'a Islamic studies (Online), IX(4), 425-454

Shia teachings and doctrine are currently being socially-constructed as a new threat to the survival of Sunni Islam, followed by the majority of Muslims in Malaysia. The Government has taken action by using legal mechanisms to control the influence o... Read More about Criminalising religious pluralism : the legal treatment of Shiites in Malaysia.

Challenges in researching Muslim prisoners (2015)
Book Chapter
Quraishi, M. (2015). Challenges in researching Muslim prisoners. In N. Ammar (Ed.), Muslims in US Prisons: People, Policy, Practice. Boulder: Lynne Reinner

A large number of issues in this chapter are mainly methodological. These issues include the ethics of doing research, building rapport and trust, the not-so-neat packaging of insider/outsider components in research, identification of prisoners as Mu... Read More about Challenges in researching Muslim prisoners.

Negotiating apostasy : applying to “Leave Islam” in Malaysia (2014)
Journal Article
Samuri, M., & Quraishi, M. (2014). Negotiating apostasy : applying to “Leave Islam” in Malaysia. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 25(4), 507-523. https://doi.org/10.1080/09596410.2014.907054

In Malaysia, freedom of religion has apparent limitations, especially when the applicant is a Muslim applying to leave Islam, where he may presently find it difficult to get the relief he desires. However, there is one Sharia legal provision in the S... Read More about Negotiating apostasy : applying to “Leave Islam” in Malaysia.

Delinquency and the juvenile justice systems in the non-Western world (book review) (2007)
Journal Article
Quraishi, M. (2007). Delinquency and the juvenile justice systems in the non-Western world (book review). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsl.2006.11.001

This text seeks to contextualise comparative criminological enquiry beyond black-letter law comparisons by emphasising extra-legal elements such as culture, custom and religion across different non-western juvenile justice systems. The editors are we... Read More about Delinquency and the juvenile justice systems in the non-Western world (book review).

Muslimer i faengsel: barometer for der britiske straffesystem og de etniske relationer? (2006)
Book Chapter
Quraishi, M. (2006). Muslimer i faengsel: barometer for der britiske straffesystem og de etniske relationer?. In L. Kühle, & C. Lomholt (Eds.), Straffens menneskelige ansigt? en antologi om etik, ret og religion i faengslet (Straffens human face: an anthology of ethics, law and religion in prison). Frederiksberg, Denmark: Forlaget ANIS

Islam in prison: finding faith, freedom and fraternity
Book
Wilkinson, M., Irfan, L., Quraishi, M., & Schneuwly Purdie, M. (2022). Islam in prison: finding faith, freedom and fraternity. Bristol: Bristol Policy Press

Description Reviews Author Contents Are you a prison officer who feels nervous about dealing with Muslims on the wings? Are you a prison chaplain who wants to know how your chaplaincy affects the lives of prisoners? Are you a policymaker wh... Read More about Islam in prison: finding faith, freedom and fraternity.