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Introduction: Criminality and Carcerality Across Boundaries : Volume 69, Issue 5 (22/12/2014)

By Turner, J.

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Title: Introduction: Criminality and Carcerality Across Boundaries : Volume 69, Issue 5 (22/12/2014)  
Author: Turner, J.
Volume: Vol. 69, Issue 5
Language: English
Subject: Science, Geographica, Helvetica
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Copernicus GmbH
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2014
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Description: Department of Criminology, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK. No abstract available.

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Introduction: Criminality and carcerality across boundaries

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Baer, L. D. and Ravneberg, B.: The outside and inside in Norwegian and English prisons, Geogr. Ann. B., 2, 205–216, 2008.; Bonds, A.: Economic development, racialization, and privilege: Yes in my backyard prison politics and the reinvention of Madras, Oregon, Ann. Assoc, Am. Geogr., 101, 1389–1405, 2013.; Conlon, D. and Gill, N.: Gagging orders: asylum seekers and paradoxes of freedom and protest in liberal society, Citizenship Studies, 17, 241–259, 2013.; Gill, N.: Governmental mobility: The power effects of the movement of detained asylum seekers around Britain's detention estate, Polit. Geogr., 28, 186–196, 2009.; Gilmore, R. W.: Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surpluses, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California, University of California Press, London, 2007.; Loyd, J., Burridge, A., and Mitchelson, M.: Thinking (and moving) beyond walls and cages: bridging immigrant justice and anti-prison organizing in the United States, Social Justice, 36, 85–103, 2009.; Martin, L. L. and Mitchelson, M. L.: Geographies of detention and imprisonment: interrogating spatial practices of confinement, discipline, law, and state power, Geography Compass, 3, 459–477, 2009.; Moran, D.: Between outside and inside? Prison visiting rooms as liminal carceral spaces, Geoj., 78, 339–351, 2013.; Moran, D., Pallot, J., and Piacentini, L.: Lipstick, lace and longing: constructions of femininity within a Russian prison, Environ. Plann. D., 27, 700–720, 2009.; Moran, D., Pallot, J., and Piacentini, L.: The geography of crime and punishment in the Russian Federation, Eurasian Geog. Econ., 52, 79–104, 2011.; Moran, D., Piacentini, L., and Pallot, J.: Disciplined mobility and carceral geography: prisoner transport in Russia, T. I. Brit. Geogr., 37, 446–460, 2012.; Pallot, J.: Russia's penal peripheries: space, place and penalty in soviet and post-Soviet Russia, T. I. Brit. Geogr., 30, 98–112, 2005.; Peck, J.: Geography and public policy: mapping the penal state, Prog. Hum. Geog., 27, 222–232, 2003.; Philo, C.: Security of geography/geography of security, T. I. Brit. Geogr., 37, 1–7, 2012.; Turner, J.: Criminals with community spirit: practising citizenship in the hidden world of the prison, Space and Polity, 16, 321–334, 2012.; Turner, J.: Disciplinary engagements with prisons, prisoners and the penal system, Geography Compass, 7, 35–45, 2013a.; Turner, J.: Re-homing the ex-offender: constructing a prisoner dyspora, Area, 45, 485–492, 2013b.; Venn, C.: Neoliberal political economy, biopolitics and colonialism: a transcolonial genealogy of inequality, Theor. Cult. Soc., 26, 206–233, 2009.; Vergara, C. J.: The New American Ghetto, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 1995.; Wacquant, L.: The new peculiar institution: on the prison as surrogate ghetto, Theor. Criminol., 4, 377–389, 2000.; Wacquant, L.: The advent of the penal state is not a destiny, Social Justice, 28, 81–87, 2001a.; Wacquant, L.: Deadly symbiosis: when ghetto and prison meet and mesh, in: Mass Imprisonment in The United States, edited by: Garland, D., Sage, London 82–120, 2001b.; Wacquant, L.: The body, the ghetto and the penal state, Qual. Sociol., 32, 101–129, 2009.

 

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