The Pre-Crime Society: Crime, Culture and Control in the Ultramodern Age
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We live in a pre-crime society where technological strategies and techniques are employed to achieve hyper-securitization. Exploring theories, technologies and institutional practices, this pioneering book explains how the pre-crime society operates in the 'ultramodern' age and proposes new directions in crime control policy.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
We live in a pre-crime society where technological strategies and techniques are employed to achieve hyper-securitization. Exploring theories, technologies and institutional practices, this pioneering book explains how the pre-crime society operates in the 'ultramodern' age and proposes new directions in crime control policy.
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  • Verlag: Bristol University Press
  • Seitenzahl: 534
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27. August 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 239mm x 160mm x 36mm
  • Gewicht: 942g
  • ISBN-13: 9781529205251
  • ISBN-10: 1529205255
  • Artikelnr.: 59920934
Autorenporträt
Bruce A. Arrigo is Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Brian G. Sellers is Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Eastern Michigan University.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword ~ Ian Warren Introduction: The Ultramodern Age of Criminology
Control Societies
and "Dividual" Justice Policy ~ Bruce Arrigo
Brian Sellers and Faith Butta Part 1 ~ Theories
Theorists and Theoretical Perspectives The "Risk" Society Thesis and the Culture(s) of Crime Control ~ Bruce Arrigo and Brian Sellers The Security Society: On Power
Surveillance
and Punishments ~ Marc Schuilenberg Pre-Crime and "Control Society': Mass Preventive Justice and the Jurisprudence of Safety ~ Pat O'Malley and Gavin Smith The Negation of Innocence: Terrorism and the State of Exception ~ David Polizzi Part 2 ~ Institutions
Organizations and the Surveillance Industrial Complex Visions of the Pre-Criminal Student: Reimagining School Digital Surveillance ~ Andrew Hope Commodification of Suffering ~ Matthew Draper
Lisa Petot and Brett Breton Surveillance
Substance Misuse and the Drug Use Industry ~ Aaron Pycroft The Politics of Actuarial Justice and Risk Assessment ~ Andrew Day and Armon Tamatea Part 3 ~ Dataveillance
Governance and Policing Control Societies Cameras and Police Dataveillance: A New Era in Policing ~ Janne Gaub and Marthinus Koen Theorizing Surveillance in the Pre-Crime Society ~ Michael McCahill Dataveillance and the Dividuated Self: The Everyday Digital Surveillance of Young People ~ Clare Southerton and Emmeline Taylor The Bad Guys Are Everywhere
the Good Guys Are Somewhere ~ John Deukmedjian Part 4 ~ Systems of Surveillance
Discipline and the New Penology Supermax Prison Isolation in Pre-Crime Society ~ Terry Kupers Mass Monitoring: The Role of Big Data in Tracking Individuals Convicted of Sex Crimes ~ Kristen Budd and Christina Mancini Towards Predictivity? Immediacy and Imminence in the Electronic Monitoring of Offenders ~ Mike Nellis The Digital Technologies of Rehabilitation and Reentry ~ Bianca Reisdorf and Julia DeCook Part 5 ~ Globalizing Surveillance
Human Rights and (In)Security Surveilling the Civil Death of the Criminal Class ~ Natalie Deckard Big Data
Cyber Security and Liberty ~ Jin Ree Lee and Thomas Holt Drone Technology and Drone Strikes ~ Birgit Schippers Global Surveillance: The Emerging Role of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology ~ Brian Sellers Afterword ~ Pamela Ugwudike