Disciplining and policing the 'criminals by birth', Part 2: The development of a disciplinary system, 1871-1900

@article{Nigam1990DiscipliningAP,
  title={Disciplining and policing the 'criminals by birth', Part 2: The development of a disciplinary system, 1871-1900},
  author={S. Nigam},
  journal={Indian Economic & Social History Review},
  year={1990},
  volume={27},
  pages={257 - 287}
}
  • S. Nigam
  • Published 1990
  • Sociology
  • Indian Economic & Social History Review
The discourse on criminal tribes was affirmed in the Act of 1871, which both cast a specific ’type’ and sought to mould it further by an entire apparatus of surveillance and control. That the knowledge of groups officially designated as criminal by birth, creed and caste, developed an entire apparatus of coercive and disciplinary measures~registration, roll-call, limitation on movement, the pass system, agricultural settlements, reformatory camps, workhouses, the separation of children from… Expand
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