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In growing numbers criminologists are discovering the value of imaginative and creative approaches for enquiry. There is now a critical mass of criminological work that engages substantively and theoretically with cultural artefacts such as film, fiction, music, dance, art, photography and cultural institutions. In doing so these works highlight criminology's persistent epistemological and methodological weaknesses. The broad and fragmented "imaginative criminology" movement offers a challengedoi:10.3390/soc5030618 fatcat:dog6ckastzaclisgkilkjiyuom