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Punishing the poor
LoГЇc J. D. Wacquant
|Series||Politics, history, and culture, Politics, history, and culture|
|LC Classifications||HV9471 .W3313 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780822344049, 9780822344223|
|LC Control Number||2009003275|
Review: Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity, Loïc Wacquant: Duke University Press, Durham, NC and London, , pp, ISBN —0———3, £ (pbk) Show all authorsCited by: 1. Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity - Ebook written by Loïc Wacquant. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity.5/5(1).
"Punishing the Poor" takes the reader inside America's prison to probe the entrails of the bulimic carceral state that has risen on the ruins of the charitable state and the black ghetto. It demonstrates how, in the era of fragmented labor, the regulation of the lower classes no longer involves solely the maternal arm of the social-welfare. An influential factor in creating an awareness of the problem of poverty was a book entitled _____. Poverty A state in which income is insufficient to provide the basic necessities of food, shelter, clothing, and medical care is called ______________.
‘Automating Inequality’ warns of a dystopian future punishing the poor — in the present: book review. By Michael Nam. Desperate to only help the deserving poor, the Hoosier state Author: Michael Nam. Wacquant’s new book, Punishing the Poor, is about prisons in America, but only on the surface. Its real concern is what Wacquant calls the “paradox of neoliberal penality”—the way in which the grandeur and power of the state as expressed in incarceration and punishment have grown over the past thirty years.
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Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The punitive turn of penal policy in the United States after the /5. Buy Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity (Politics, History, & Culture) (Politics, History, and Culture) by Loic Wacquant (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The phrase “double regulation of the poor” is used to frame Punishing the Poor as an update of Frances Fox Piven and Richard Cloward’s landmark book, Regulating the Poor: The Functions of Public Welfare (New York: Pantheon, ).
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The punitive turn of penal policy in the United States after the acme of the Civil Rights movement responds not to rising criminal insecurity but to the social insecurity spawned by the fragmentation of wage labor and the shakeup of the ethnoracial hierarchy.
It partakes of a broader reconstruction of the state wedding restrictive “workfare” and expansive “prisonfare” under a 5/5(1). Book Review: Loic Wacquant Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp.
$(paperback). ISBN Show all authorsAuthor: Christine Ivie Edge. Book Review Punishing the Poor. the Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity. Punishing the Poor is an important book. It should be read—and debated. Social Service Review - Sanford F.
Schram. Punishing the Poor makes a novel and important contribution to welfare state scholarship, along with a host of disciplines and professions concerned with the plight of the urban poor.
It should be read carefully and intentionally Brand: Duke University Press. Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity. By Loïc Wacquant. Duke University Press. pp, £ and £ ISBN and Punishing the Poor charts the USA's love affair with the penal estate, and its spectacular falling out with the social state.
It describes in graphic detail the criminalisation of poverty, and the rampant individualism and social Darwinism that now dominates American society and which has resulted in, for example, government expenditure on Cited by: 1. This provocative book is the counter-manifesto to neoliberal penality, a must-read for all students of criminal justice and citizenship."-Bernard E.
Harcourt, author of Against Prediction: Profiling, Policing, and Punishing in an Actuarial Age "Punishing the Poor is an incisive and unflinching indictment of neoliberal state restructuring and /5(). Punishing the Poor further solidifies that reputation Punishing the Poor is an important book.
It should be read—and debated. Social Service Review - Sanford F. Schram. Punishing the Poor is an incisive and unflinching indictment of neoliberal state restructuring and Brand: Duke University Press Books. Store owner Kamal Saleh was just hit with thousands of/25/ AM EST.
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Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Duke University Press. a John Hope Franklin Center Book Punishing the Poor: The Punishing the Poor shows that the prison is not a mere technical implement for law enforcement but a core political institution.
And it reveals that the capitalist revolution from above called neoliberalism entails not the advent of “small government” but the building of an.Get this from a library! Punishing the poor: the neoliberal government of social insecurity.
[Loïc J D Wacquant] -- The punitive turn of penal policy in the United States after the acme of the Civil Rights movement responds not to rising criminal insecurity but to the social insecurity spawned by. Magnus Hörnqvist Writes. Punishing the Poor is primarily a book about the prison expansion in the United States.
Loïc Wacquant (LW) documents and disentangles, along with Simon () and other writers, the political driving forces, the economic functions, the cultural expressions and the social composition of the US prison.
However, as suggested by the subtitle—‘The Neoliberal Cited by: 1.