Fassin, Didier.

Writing the World of Policing : The Difference Ethnography Makes. - 1 online resource (308 pages) - eBooks on Demand .

Intro -- Contents -- Introduction. Ethnographying the Police / Didier Fassin -- Part I: Position -- Chapter One. Accountability: Ethnographic Engagement and the Ethics of the Police (United States) / Steve Herbert -- Chapter Two. Complicity: Becoming the Police (South Africa) / Julia Hornberger -- Chapter Three. Intimacy: Personal Policing, Ethnographic Kinship, and Critical Empathy (India) / Beatrice Jauregui -- Chapter Four. Affect: The Virtual Force of Policing (Taiwan) / Jeffrey T. Martin -- Part II. Observation -- Chapter Five. Predicament: Interpreting Police Violence (Mozambique) / Helene Maria Kyed -- Chapter Six. Morality: Understanding Police Training on Human Rights (Turkey) / Elif Babül -- Chapter Seven. Experience: Being Policed as a Condition of Life (Chile) / Clara Han -- Chapter Eight. Aspiration: Hoping for a Public Policing (Bolivia) / Daniel M. Goldstein -- Part III. Description -- Chapter Nine. Sense and Sensibility: Crafting Tales about the Police (Thailand) / Duncan McCargo -- Chapter Ten. Detention: Police Discretion Revisited (Portugal) / Susan Durão -- Chapter Eleven. Alibi: The Extralegal Force Embedded in the Law (United States) / Laurence Ralph -- Chapter Twelve. Boredom: Accounting for the Ordinary in the Work of Policing (France) / Didier Fassin -- Index.



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