Criminology, Civilisation and the New World Order
Psychology Press, 2006 - 410 páginas
Expertly authored by the co-editor of the best-selling text Cultural Criminology Unleashed, this book re-examines criminology in a global context. Wide-ranging and up-to-date, it covers the topics of colonialism and post-colonialism, genocide, state control, the impact of September 11th and the post-9/11 world.
Exploring the relationship between a modern discipline and modernity, it reworks the history and composition of criminology in light of September 11th and the prevalence of genocide in modernity. Analizing statistics, anthropology and the everyday assumptions of criminology's history, this text addresses the political and scholarly grip on the territorial state and the absence of a global criminology.
Rejecting the prevalent belief that September 11th and the responses it evoked were exceptions that either destroyed or revealed the absence of global legal order, the author argues that, in fact, they confirm the nature of the world order of modernity.
A compelling and topical volume, this is a must read for anyone interested or studying in the areas of criminology and criminal justice.
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September 11 Sovereignty and
Relating Visions Patterns of Integration and Absences
Criminal Statistics Sovereignty and the Control
The Lombrosian Moment Bridging the Visible
Civilising the Congo Which Story Whose Truth
A Living Lesson in the Museum of Order The Case
The Royal Museum for Central Africa at Tervuren
uniqueness and symbol
the destruction of territorial security
a successful German colonial genocide
Vision Memory and Genocide
Teaching the Significance of Genocide and
The Exceptional and the Normal Revisited
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