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Title The borders of punishment [electronic resource] : migration, citizenship, and social exclusion / edited by Katja Franko Aas, Mary Bosworth.
Publication Info Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2013.
Edition First edition.



Descript xviii, 315 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents Introduction : Humanizing migration control and detention / Hindpal Singh Bhui -- The ordered and the bordered society : migration control, citizenship, and the northern penal state / Katja Franko Aas -- Is the criminal law only for citizens? : a problem at the borders of punishment / Lucia Zedner -- The process is the punishment in crimmigration law / Juliet P. Stumpf -- The troublesome intersections of refugee law and criminal law / Catherine Dauvergne -- Policing transversal borders / Sharon Pickering and Leanne Weber -- Making mobility a problem : how South African officials criminalize migration / Darshan Vigneswaran -- Human trafficking and border control in the global south / Maggy Lee -- Can immigration detention centres be legitimate? : understanding confinement in a global world / Mary Bosworth -- Hubs and spokes : the transformation of the British prison / Emma Kaufman -- Seeing like a welfare state : immigration control, statecraft, and prison with double vision / Thomas Ugelvik -- The social bulimia of forced repatriation : a case study of Dominican deportees / David C. Brotherton and Luis Barrios -- Deportation, crime, and the changing character of membership in the United Kingdom / Matthew J. Gibney -- Democracy and deportation : why membership matters most / Vanessa Barker -- Governing the funnel of expulsion : Agamben, the dynamics of force, and minimalist biopolitics / Nicolay B. Johansen -- People on the move : from the countryside to the factory/prison / Dario Melossi -- Epilogue : The borders of punishment : towards a criminology of mobility / Ben Bowling.
Note .
ISBN 9780199669394 (hbk.)
0199669392 (hbk.)
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Subject Emigration and immigration law -- Criminal provisions.
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Law enforcement.
Alt author Aas, Katja Franko.
Bosworth, Mary.
Descript xviii, 315 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Edition First edition.
Contents Introduction : Humanizing migration control and detention / Hindpal Singh Bhui -- The ordered and the bordered society : migration control, citizenship, and the northern penal state / Katja Franko Aas -- Is the criminal law only for citizens? : a problem at the borders of punishment / Lucia Zedner -- The process is the punishment in crimmigration law / Juliet P. Stumpf -- The troublesome intersections of refugee law and criminal law / Catherine Dauvergne -- Policing transversal borders / Sharon Pickering and Leanne Weber -- Making mobility a problem : how South African officials criminalize migration / Darshan Vigneswaran -- Human trafficking and border control in the global south / Maggy Lee -- Can immigration detention centres be legitimate? : understanding confinement in a global world / Mary Bosworth -- Hubs and spokes : the transformation of the British prison / Emma Kaufman -- Seeing like a welfare state : immigration control, statecraft, and prison with double vision / Thomas Ugelvik -- The social bulimia of forced repatriation : a case study of Dominican deportees / David C. Brotherton and Luis Barrios -- Deportation, crime, and the changing character of membership in the United Kingdom / Matthew J. Gibney -- Democracy and deportation : why membership matters most / Vanessa Barker -- Governing the funnel of expulsion : Agamben, the dynamics of force, and minimalist biopolitics / Nicolay B. Johansen -- People on the move : from the countryside to the factory/prison / Dario Melossi -- Epilogue : The borders of punishment : towards a criminology of mobility / Ben Bowling.
Note .
ISBN 9780199669394 (hbk.)
0199669392 (hbk.)
Subject Emigration and immigration law -- Criminal provisions.
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Law enforcement.
Alt author Aas, Katja Franko.
Bosworth, Mary.

Subject Emigration and immigration law -- Criminal provisions.
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Law enforcement.
Descript xviii, 315 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction : Humanizing migration control and detention / Hindpal Singh Bhui -- The ordered and the bordered society : migration control, citizenship, and the northern penal state / Katja Franko Aas -- Is the criminal law only for citizens? : a problem at the borders of punishment / Lucia Zedner -- The process is the punishment in crimmigration law / Juliet P. Stumpf -- The troublesome intersections of refugee law and criminal law / Catherine Dauvergne -- Policing transversal borders / Sharon Pickering and Leanne Weber -- Making mobility a problem : how South African officials criminalize migration / Darshan Vigneswaran -- Human trafficking and border control in the global south / Maggy Lee -- Can immigration detention centres be legitimate? : understanding confinement in a global world / Mary Bosworth -- Hubs and spokes : the transformation of the British prison / Emma Kaufman -- Seeing like a welfare state : immigration control, statecraft, and prison with double vision / Thomas Ugelvik -- The social bulimia of forced repatriation : a case study of Dominican deportees / David C. Brotherton and Luis Barrios -- Deportation, crime, and the changing character of membership in the United Kingdom / Matthew J. Gibney -- Democracy and deportation : why membership matters most / Vanessa Barker -- Governing the funnel of expulsion : Agamben, the dynamics of force, and minimalist biopolitics / Nicolay B. Johansen -- People on the move : from the countryside to the factory/prison / Dario Melossi -- Epilogue : The borders of punishment : towards a criminology of mobility / Ben Bowling.
Note .
Alt author Aas, Katja Franko.
Bosworth, Mary.
ISBN 9780199669394 (hbk.)
0199669392 (hbk.)

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