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Policing Communal Spaces: A reconfiguration of the Mass Private Property Hypothesis

Kempa, Michael; Stenning, Philip C; Wood, Jennifer


Explanations for developments in state and non-state policing include the influence of globalization/late-modernity (Reiner 1992; Sheptycki 1995), shifts in political rationalities (O'Malley and Palmer 1996; O'Malley 1997), the rise of 'mass private property' (Shearing and Stenning 1981; 1983), and the decline of secondary social controls (Jones and Newburn 2002). Responding positively to recent critiques of the mass private property hypothesis raised by Jones and Newburn (1998; 1999a), we...[Show more]

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Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: The British Journal of Criminology
DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azh027


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