Borders, mobility and technologies of control
Carrington, Kerry (2006) Borders, mobility and technologies of control. In Pickering, Sharon & Weber, Leanne (Eds.) Borders, mobility and technologies of control. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 179-206.
Territorial borders are taking on a new significance, the implications of which are relatively unexplored within the discipline of criminology. This book presents the first systematic attempt to develop a critical criminology of the border and offers a unique treatment of the impact of globalisation and mobility. It focuses on borders and the significance of the activities which take place on and around them. For many the border is an everyday reality, a space in which to live, a land necessary to cross. For states the border space increasingly requires protection and defence; is at the centre of state ideology and performance; is the site for investing significant political and material resources, and is ultimately ungovernable. Providing a wealth of case material from Australia, Europe and North America, it is for students, academics, and practitioners working in the areas of criminology, migration, human geography, international law and politics, globalisation, sociology and cultural anthropology.
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|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Law
Current > Schools > School of Justice
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