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Policing Neoliberal Societies: Governing Security in the Global Economy,9781439841358
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Policing Neoliberal Societies: Governing Security in the Global Economy

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1st
ISBN13:

9781439841358

ISBN10:
1439841357
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
7/15/2015
Publisher(s):
CRC Press
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Drawn from the proceedings at the 2009 IPES conference, this book examines comparative policing and how the socioeconomic changes in the world have affected policing practices. The editors analyze contemporary and international developments in policing in the context of the global economic and political transformations that are changing the security concerns of all countries. The book identifies and illuminates the global patterns linking the varied issues and frames the chapters as revealing commentaries, illustrations, and case studies of policing practices that restore order. Leading contributors discuss security challenges as well as the international political economy in which policing occurs.


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