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State, power, crime / edited by Roy Coleman ... [et al.]
Los Angeles : SAGE, 2009
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HV6025 .S72 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Criminology
Crime prevention
Criminal justice, Administration of
Physical Description xviii, 278 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [234]-265) and index
Contents Introduction: state, power, crime / Roy Coleman, Joe Sim, Steve Tombs and David Whyte -- Gender power and the state: same as it ever was? / Anette Ballinger -- The heterostate: hegemonic heterosexuality and state power / Lois S. 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 / Peter 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
Alternate Author Coleman, Roy, 1964-

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