State, Power, Crime

State, Power, Crime

by Roy Coleman
     
 

ISBN-10: 1412948053

ISBN-13: 9781412948050

Pub. Date: 11/04/2009

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Featuring contributions by many of the leading scholars in the field, this seminal text explores the key themes and debates on state power today, in relation to crime and social order. It critically evaluates a range of substantive areas of criminological concern, including terrorism, surveillance, violence, and the media.
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Featuring contributions by many of the leading scholars in the field, this seminal text explores the key themes and debates on state power today, in relation to crime and social order. It critically evaluates a range of substantive areas of criminological concern, including terrorism, surveillance, violence, and the media.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412948050
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
11/04/2009
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
296
Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.70(d)

Table of Contents

Preface - Stuart Hall
Introduction: State, Power, Crime - Roy Coleman et al
Gender, Power and the State: Same as It Ever Was? - Anette Ballinger
The Heterostate: Hegemonic Heterosexuality and State Power - Lois Bibbings
Racism and the State: Authoritarianism and Coercion - Jon Burnett
Policing the Working Class in the City of Renewal: The State and Social Surveillance - Roy Coleman
Young People, Youth Justice and the State - Janet Jamieson and Joe Yates
Power, Politics and the Welfare State - Chris Jones and Tony Novak
The State and Corporate Crime - Steve Tombs and David Whyte
Violence and the State - Penny Green and Tony Ward
The 'Exceptional' State - Paddy Hillyard
Intelligence, Terrorism and the State - Pete Gill
Crime Prevention, Community Safety and the Local State - Lynn Hancock
Victims and the State - Sandra Walklate
Crime, Media and the State - Paul Mason
The State, Knowledge Production and Criminology - Reece Walters
Nation States and the Production of Social Harm: Resisting the Hegemony of 'TINA' - Christina Pantazis and Simon Pemberton

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