Simon said: POVERTY AND PUNISHMENT Loic Wacquants dense and In this book, Wacquant depicts the state as a diminished entity that has no real. Loïc Wacquant (nacido en en Montpellier, Francia) es un sociólogo especializado en Wacquant, Loïc () Castigar los Pobres: El Gobierno Neoliberal de Inseguridad Social. Barcelona: Gedisa. Wacquant, Loïc () Las cárceles. [email protected] RES nº 15 a los pobres (Wacquant a, hereafter CLP) and the Revista Española de Sociología for hosting .. My purpose in Castigar a los pobres is not to capture the manifold gyrations of criminal justice in.
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To be clear then, while it’s the prison that remains front and centre as the subject of the book, it’s true object is nonetheless the rise of the ‘neoliberal state of insecurity’, and pobdes specific and axial role of the prison in enabling that rise. Such, at any wwacquant, is the logic of the state traced here in this brutal social and political retelling, which, in charting the almost perfectly inverse relationship between welfare and prisonfare, aims to decisively explain the delirious expansion of American carceral field from the s onward.
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casstigar Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Depressing, but essential reading. Maxim Depauw rated it really liked it Sep 23, There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Abby rated wacquznt really liked it Jun 23, Provide feedback about this page. Just read the prologue; should the book read as well as the prologue, I cannot imagine disliking this text.
Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. It begins with a comprehensive debunking of zero-tolerance policing in particular that of New Yorks Mayor Rudy Giuliani, before moving on to general European turn to a workfare and prisonfare state, with particular focus on the experience of Wacquants native France.
As a sideways study of the neoliberal state, Punishing the Poor thus also deftly shows how for all it’s rhetoric of laissez-faire, the call for ‘small government’ – when examined in practice – only really applies to those at the at the top of the societal ladder; as for those dwelling at the bottom, never has the Leviathan flexed itself in so expansive and heavy-handed a manner.
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Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity by Loïc Wacquant
The book could greatly benefit from a serious editing and synthesizing effort. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Paperbackpages. Zach Baumgart rated it loos was amazing Apr 01, Sarah rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Gedisa November 27, Language: He advocates for a more welfare leaning state and makes some strong and valid arguments for it, but… csatigar analysis seems biased: Please try your request again later.
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All Formats Paperback Sort by: Wacquant regards “workfare and prisonfare” as two sides of the same coin: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. As Wacquant puts it, never has the ‘grandeur of the penal state’ shown itself more ostentatiously than it has in recent times, with the drive to regulate, discipline, and punish making itself felt all across the estate of the marginalised classes, in ever more intense and chillingly creative ways as an aside, Wacquant is keen to distance himself from the work of Michel Foucault on this point, who, in his forecast of the decline of the prison as an institution of societal control, foresaw neither the explosive growth of penal practices, nor their being put to use for the sheer neutralisation of bodies as opposed to their function as a mechanism of discipline.
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