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Race, Class, and State Crime, Vol. 27: 1, 2000

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Gregory Shank (coord.) Two themes stand out in this issue. The first concerns the intersection of race, class, and crime. Discussion centers on excessive police violence, criminalization based on racial and ethnic markers, the viability of electoral work versus strategies of civil disobedience, and the varieties of multiculturalism. The second theme ...

Criminal Justice & Globalization at the New Millennium, Vol. 27: 2, 2000

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Robert P. Weiss, ed. Edited by Robert P. Weiss, this 300-page special millennium issue of Social Justice highlights the negative impact of neoliberal globalization on criminal justice, including escalating personal and business crime, growing corruption, heightened antiforeign sentiment and scapegoating that comes with labor migration, greater worker insecurity, and the expansion ...

Neoliberalism, Militarism, and Armed Conflict, Vol. 27: 4, 2000

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey, eds. This issue makes practical links between US domestic and foreign policy, with articles on most crucial regions of the world and an emphasis on the work of activists. With US military spending already exceeding the military budgets of the next 12 countries combined, communities around ...

NSA and the False Alternative between Liberty and Safety

     Posted on: October 28, 2013

by Gene Grabiner* Critics have long been concerned about the potential for government abuse and overreach, as well as the desire of officials to conduct civic affairs beyond public scrutiny. As moral philosopher Jeremy Bentham cautioned, “secrecy, being an instrument of conspiracy, ought never to be the system of a regular ...

Penny J. Green and Tony Ward

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

State Crime, Human Rights, and the Limits of Criminology Authors Penny J. Green and Tony Ward suggest how criminology can remedy its neglect of the important phenomenon of state crime, without adopting such a broad definition of "crime" as to destroy the coherence of criminology as a distinct field. Their approach ...

Victoria Sanford

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

The Silencing of Maya Women from Mamá Maquín to Rigoberta Menchú In 1994, Victoria Sanford began work on exhumations and the historical reconstruction of massacres in rural Maya villages in Guatemala and served as a research consultant to the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation for its report to the Commission for Historical ...

Asafa Jalata

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Two National Liberation Movements Compared: Oromia and Southern Sudan Asafa Jalata addresses anticolonial struggles in the postindependent peripheral nation-states of Ethiopia and Sudan. In each authoritarian state, national movements have emerged to oppose colonial domination, economic exploitation, cultural destruction and repression, and the denial of individual and national rights. Political disfranchisement ...

Joe Sim

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

One Thousand Days of Degradation: New Labour and Old Compromises at the Turn of the Century Sim analyzes Britain's New Labour (N.L.) criminal justice policies, with particular scrutiny of how the government conceptualizes crime and punishment. He concludes by examining N.L.'s human rights commitment. Sim finds N.L.'s "third way" law-and-order strategy ...

Eamonn Carrabine, Maggy Lee, and Nigel South

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Social Wrongs and Human Rights in Late Modern Britain: Social Exclusion, Crime Control, and Prospects for a Public Criminology The authors examine the New Labour (N.L.) political campaign that promised to address social exclusion ("social wrongs") and to champion human rights. N.L. pledged to bring the U.K. back to less-troubled times, ...

Marilyn Buck

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Prisons, Social Control, and Political Prisoners Prisons continue to serve their main purpose: to warehouse and "disappear" the "unacceptable." Prisons exist to deprive their captives of their liberties and human agency, as well as to punish them. These institutions stigmatize prisoners through moralistic denunciations and indictments based on bad genes -- ...

Christian Parenti

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Crime As Social Control Parenti attempts to offer a radical reading of crime. The discussion of crime control has been so poisonous and monopolized by the Right as to taint any contemplation of a left response to crime. By crime, the author mostly means the "index offenses" or interpersonal violence, such ...

M. Grayson L. Taylor, with Terry Kupers

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Prison Psychosis This article reflects the view of psychiatrists on the possibilities of healing behind prison walls. Do psychiatrists understand the mind of the convict, or care about the patient's suffering? There are caring clinicians among correctional mental health workers, but in too many cases that the caring eventually wanes as ...

Jose Palafox

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Opening Up Borderland Studies: A Review of U.S.-Mexico Border Militarization Discourse On May 20, 1997, Clemente Bañuelos, a US Marine on an antidrug operation, shot and killed 18-year-old Esequiel Hernández, Jr., in Redford, Texas. Bañuelos was a member of Joint Task Force-6 (JTF-6), a federal agency that coordinates antinarcotics operations between ...

Michael Welch

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

The Role of the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the Prison-Industrial Complex Author Michael Welch argues that the unmistakable feature of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) over the past two decades is that it has downplayed its mission of social service (i.e., assisting undocumented immigrants in their pursuit of naturalization), ...

Marge Frantz, with Cassandra Shaylor

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

American Radical Traditions in Conference Organizing Cassandra Shaylor interviews long-time activist Marge Frantz, who grew up in Alabama, worked on the Southern Conference for Human Welfare, and went on to teach at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Department of Women's Studies. Discussed are the role of conferences in building movements ...

Ian Smillie

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Sierra Leone, Diamonds, and Human Security Smillie discusses the role of the lucrative diamond industry in war-torn Sierra Leone, noting that "diamonds -- small pieces of carbon with no great intrinsic value -- have been the cause of widespread death, destruction, and misery for ...

Tamar Gabelnick and Anna Rich

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Globalized Weaponry The authors emphasize potential contradictions between security policy and international arms sales, noting that "U.S. arms export policy was established to protect national security, but has become increasingly focused on commercial interests" such that "proposed export reforms will lead to further loss of control over conventional arms proliferation." An ...

Justin Delacour

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Plan Colombia: Rhetoric, Reality, and the Press Justin Delacour argues that Plan Colombia element of "war on drugs" is a pretext for a counterinsurgency strategy, and that the United States simply strengthened a repressive regime that used paramilitaries in brutal attacks on civilians and the leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ...

Tony Ward and Penny Green

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Legitimacy, Civil Society, and State Crime Tony Ward and Penny Green seek to provide a theoretical framework for understanding the dynamics of state crime -- such as genocide, torture, and war crimes -- and how the seemingly universal discourse of human rights is often used to mask particular economic agendas. These ...

Adel Samara

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Globalization, the Palestinian Economy, and the "Peace Process" Adel Samara characterizes efforts to "normalize" the situation in the Middle East so that "business as usual" can resume as quickly as possible. The article argues that the Oslo peace accords are entirely based on neoliberal assumptions that are shared by the Palestinian ...

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