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Mladek, Klaus

Police Forces

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Table of contents

1. Police Forces: A Cultural History of an Institution
Klaus Mladek

Part I. Beginnings

2. War—A Fortuitous Occasion for Social Disciplining and Political Centralization? The Case of Bavaria Under Maximilian I
Sigrun Haude

3. “Is It Useful to Deceive the People?”: Secrecy and Deception as Political Resources
Marc Schweska

4. State Desire: On the Epoch of the Police
Joseph Vogl

Part II. Police and Culture

5. Nurturing the New Republic: The Contested Feminization of Law Enforcement in Weimar Culture
Sara F. Hall

6. A City Tracks a Murderer: Mass Murder and Mass Public in Weimar Germany
Todd Herzog

7. How Fat Detectives Think
Sander Gilman

Part III. Police and the Media

8. Passer À L’acte: Policing (in) the Office: Notes on Industry Standards and the Große polizeiausstellung of 1926
Sven Spieker

9. Hitchcock’s Truth, or: Why The Wrong Man is Not a Suspense Film
Hans-Christian Herrmann

Part IV. Contemporary Investigations

10. Police, Paranoia, and Theater in Thomas Pynchon’s Vineland
Martin Puchner

11. A Critique of Community Policing
William Lyons

12. Exception Rules: Contemporary Political Theory and the Police
Klaus Mladek

Keywords: History, European History, Modern History, Social History, Cultural History, History of the Americas, Popular Science in Education

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in European Culture and History
Page amount
286 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230607477
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53846-1

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