Advancing governmentality studies

@article{Lippert2010AdvancingGS,
  title={Advancing governmentality studies},
  author={Randy K. Lippert and K. Stenson},
  journal={Theoretical Criminology},
  year={2010},
  volume={14},
  pages={473 - 494}
}
Criminology has been significantly influenced by governmentality studies and the social constructionist perspective on social problems. Despite emerging in distinctive academic networks, this article elaborates how both programmes similarly focus on the simultaneous governance and constitution of problematized—often moralized or criminalized—conduct; imagine plurality, temporality and continuous failure of their subject matters; and presume language is constitutive. These similarities are… Expand
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