Theorizing Surveillance in Crime Control
Surveillance is conventionally perceived as a key component of the crime control apparatus. This editors' introduction to a Special Issue of Theoretical Criminology on 'Theorizing Surveillance in Crime Control' outlines both the need for new theorizing on surveillance and some of the difficulties in doing so. It also introduces the seven pieces in the Special Issue.
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