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Title Criminalization, representation, regulation / edited by Deborah Brock, Amanda Glasbeek, and Carmela Murdocca.
Imprint Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2014.

Subject Crime -- Canada.
Criminal law -- Canada.
Alt Name Brock, Deborah R. (Deborah Rose), 1956-
Glasbeek, Amanda, 1967-
Murdocca, Carmela, 1975-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Thinking Differently About Crime -- Part I: Thinking Differently About Crime. 1. Michel Foucault: Theories and "Method" / Carmela Murdocca -- 2. History Matters / Amanda Glasbeek -- 3. The Politics of Representation / Ummni Khan -- 4. The Politics of Counting Crime / Michael S. Mopas.
Part II: Intersections. 5. Racialization, Criminalization, Representation / Carmela Murdocca -- 6. Gendering Crime: Men and Masculinities / Ruthann Lee -- 7. Women Gone Bad? Women, Criminalization, and Representation / Amanda Glasbeek -- 8. Sexual Regulation: Sexing Governmentality; Governing Sex / Deborah Brock -- 9. Crime and Social Classes: Regulating and Representing Public Disorder / Marie-Eve Sylvestre.
Part III: Emerging Issues in Canada and Beyond: Connecting the Global to the Local. 10. Profiles and Profiling Technology: Stereotypes, Surveillance and Governmentality / Martin A. French and Simone A. Browne -- 11. Wanted by the Canada Border Services Agency / Anna Pratt -- 12. In the Name of Human Rights: Governing and Representing Non-Western Lives Post-9/11 / Marcia Oliver -- 13. Where Are All the Corporate Criminals? Understanding Struggles to Criminalize Corporate Harm and Wrongdoing / Steven Bittle -- 14. Social Movements and Critical Resistance: Policing Colonial Capitalist Order / Tia Dafnos -- Conclusion: Representation, Regulation, and Resistance -- Glossary.
Summary This book draws on Foucault's concept of governmentality as a lens to analyze and critique how crime is understood, reproduced, and challenged.
ISBN 9781442607118 (electronic bk.)
1442607114 (electronic bk.)
9781442607132
1442607130
9781442608931
1442608935
9781442607101
1442607106
OCLC # 876425157
Additional Format Print version: Criminalization, representation, regulation. (CaOONL)20149020066