Sovereignty, biopolitics and the local government of crime in Britain
Stenson, Kevin (2005) Sovereignty, biopolitics and the local government of crime in Britain. Theoretical Criminology, 9 (3). pp. 265-287. ISSN 1362-4806
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Draws on commissioned research in the Thames Valley. In special issue on community safety in Europe, written by the ESC's European Governance of Public Safety Research Network. Widely cited and reprinted in German in S. Krassman (ed), (2007) Michel Foucault's `History of Governmentality` as a Paradigm in the Social Sciences.
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