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Criminalisation and Advanced Marginality
Critically Exploring the Work of Loic Wacquant
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"this volume holds great potential for future research and collaboration. Overall, the overwhelming impression is that the range of disciplinary viewpoints on offer - criminal justice, critical race theory, feminism and welfare studies, amongst others - stands as testament to the immensely varied implications of Wacquant's work and to the burgeoning development of cross-cutting perspectives in the study of social and penal policy." LSE Review of Books blog "This volume is to be welcomed as in many ways a refreshing reminder and change of voice" - Studies in Social Justice "Loic Wacquant is, without question, one of the most significant critical social scientists of the present period. By exposing his work to rigorous analysis and providing Wacquant with a right of reply, Criminalisation and Advanced Marginality comprises a riveting read." Professor Barry Goldson, The University of Liverpool
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Peter Squires is Professor of Criminology and Public Policy at the University of Brighton, UK. John Lea is Visiting Professor in Criminology at the University of Brighton, UK.
Introduction: reading Loic Wacquant - opening questions and overview ~ Peter Squires and John Lea; Section 1: Theory and politics: Bringing the state back in: understanding neoliberal security ~ John Lea and Simon Hallsworth; The state, sovereignty and advanced marginality in the city ~ Kevin Stenson; The third time as farce: whatever happened to the penal state? ~ John Pitts; Section 2: Welfare, agency and resistance: Loic Wacquant and Norbert Elias: advanced marginality and the theory of the de-civilising process ~ John J. Rodger; Beyond the penal state: advanced marginality, social policy and anti-welfarism ~ Lynn Hancock and Gerry Mooney; Loic Wacquant, gender and cultures of resistance ~ Lynda Measor; Women, welfare and the carceral state ~ Denise Martin and Paula Wilcox; Section 3: Urbanisation, criminality and penality: Illicit economies and the carceral social zone ~ Vincenzo Ruggiero; The universal and the particular in Latin American penal state formation ~ Markus-Michael Muller; Neoliberal, brutish and short? Cities, inequalities and violences ~ Peter Squires; Response: The wedding of workfare and prisonfare in the 21st century: responses to critics and commentators ~ Loic Wacquant.