Making (In)Visible

@article{Hentschel2007Making,
  title={Making (In)Visible},
  author={Christine Hentschel},
  journal={International Criminal Justice Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={289 - 303}
}
  • C. Hentschel
  • Published 1 December 2007
  • Sociology
  • International Criminal Justice Review
This article focuses on the new plurality of social and spatial categorizing in everyday policing and watching in urban South Africa. It is argued that the pluralization of control produces new forms of social sorting that are neither reducible to after-pains of racial apartheid nor to an often-claimed new economic segregation. By investigating different, not only state-driven, modes of observing public space, mapping hotspots, controlling bars, or identifying “intruders,” it is shown that “the… 

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