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Bonner, Michelle D.

Police Abuse in Contemporary Democracies

Bonner, Michelle D. - Police Abuse in Contemporary Democracies, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Michelle D. Bonner, Michael Kempa, Mary Rose Kubal, Guillermina Seri

Part I. Citizenship

2. Police Abuse and the Racialized Boundaries of Citizenship in France
Cathy Lisa Schneider

3. Police as State: Governing Citizenship Through Violence
Guillermina Seri, Jinee Lokaneeta

4. Development of the Concept of “Political Profiling”: Citizenship and Police Repression of Protest in Quebec
Francis Dupuis-Déri

Part II. Accountability

5. Holding Police Abuse to Account: The Challenge of Institutional Legitimacy, a Chilean Case Study
Michelle D. Bonner

6. Police Abuse and Democratic Accountability: Agonistic Surveillance of the Administrative State
Rosa Squillacote, Leonard Feldman

7. Protest and Police Abuse: Racial Limits on Perceived Accountability
Christian Davenport, Rose McDermott, David Armstrong

Part III. Socioeconomic (In)Equality

8. Supporting the “Elite” Transition in South Africa: Policing in a Violent, Neoliberal Democracy
Marlea Clarke

9. Policing as Pacification: Postcolonial Legacies, Transnational Connections, and the Militarization of Urban Security in Democratic Brazil
Markus-Michael Müller

Part IV. Conclusion

10. Conclusion: Rethinking Police Abuse in Contemporary Democracies
Michelle D. Bonner

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Democracy, Policing, Citizenship, Social Structure, Social Inequality, Conflict Studies

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319728834
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-72882-7

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