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Ethnicity and justice - academic management: research mapping

Published: 10 Jan 2022

Outlines previous, current and future research projects around ethnicity and justice from a survey of academics and researchers in Scotland. Conducted on behalf of the Cross Justice Working Group on Race Data and Evidence.

Ethnicity and justice - academic management: research mapping
Annex 2: Demographics of research participants

Annex 2: Demographics of research participants

Where information was provided on demographics of research subjects / participants, this has been included in Table 2, below. This information was not provided for every project, so the table below is not comprehensive.

Table 2: Demographics of research participants (where such information is provided in description given)

Demographics of research participants

Those with a conviction

No. of Projects

Total: 2

Current: 2

Project Title

1. "How and why hate crime occurs: exploring the accounts of those convicted of hate crime in Scotland" (current)

2. Scotland in Lockdown (current)

Demographics of research participants

Victims

No. of Projects

Total: 6

Previous: 3

Current: 3

Project Title

1. A confident approach in responding to the needs of domestically abused South Asian women – Laying the foundations for Police Scotland 2026 Strategy (previous)

2. South Asian Women & Domestic Abuse in Scotland: an uncertain legal status and no recourse to public funds (previous)

3. Understanding the needs of victim/survivors of IPV in Glasgow (previous)

4. Measuring Justice: Defining Concepts, Developing Practice (current)

5. Scotland in Lockdown (current)

6. Understanding inequalities (mentioned by 2 separate respondents) (current)

Demographics of research participants

Witnesses

No. of Projects

Total: 2

Current: 2

Project Title

1. Measuring Justice: Defining Concepts, Developing Practice (current)

2. Scotland in Lockdown (current)

Demographics of research participants

Gender - Women

No. of Projects

Total: 2

Demographics of research participants

  • South Asian Women

No. of Projects

Total: 2

Previous: 2

Project Title

1. A confident approach in responding to the needs of domestically abused South Asian women – Laying the foundations for Police Scotland 2026 Strategy (previous)

2. South Asian Women & Domestic Abuse in Scotland: an uncertain legal status and no recourse to public funds (previous)

Demographics of research participants

Ethnicity

No. of Projects

Total: 3

  • South Asian

No. of Projects

Total: 2

Previous: 2

Project Title

1. A confident approach in responding to the needs of domestically abused South Asian women – Laying the foundations for Police Scotland 2026 Strategy (previous)

2. South Asian Women & Domestic Abuse in Scotland: an uncertain legal status and no recourse to public funds (previous)

Demographics of research participants

  • Scottish-Pakistani

No. of Projects

Total: 1

Current: 1

Encountering policing - a qualitative exploration of Scottish Pakistanis' experience of policing. (current)

Demographics of research participants

Disability

No. of Projects

Total: 1

Current: 1

Project Title

1. Scotland in Lockdown (current)

Demographics of research participants

Children and Young People

No. of Projects

Total: 3

Previous: 1

Current: 1

Future: 1

Project Title

1. We belong to Glasgow: the thirdspaces of youth ‘gangs’ and asylum seeker, refugee and migrant group (previous)

2. Understanding inequalities (mentioned by 2 separate respondents) (current) – the CYP data can’t be broken down by ethnicity due to small numbers

3. Experiences of justice and understanding of rights (future)

Demographics of research participants

Asylum seekers and refugees

No. of Projects

Total: 3

Previous: 2

Current: 1

Project Title

1. Refugee’ is only a word: A discursive analysis of refugees’ and asylum seekers’ experiences in Scotland (previous)

2. We belong to Glasgow: the thirdspaces of youth ‘gangs’ and asylum seeker, refugee and migrant group (previous)

3. Scotland in Lockdown (current)


Contact

Email: Justice_Analysts@gov.scot