Corpus ID: 142501887

Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys

@inproceedings{Rios2011PunishedPT,
  title={Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys},
  author={Victor M. Rios},
  year={2011}
}
Preface Acknowledgments Part I Hypercriminalization 1 Dreams Deferred: The Patterns of Punishment in Oakland 2 The Flatlands of Oakland and the Youth Control Complex 3 The Labeling Hype: Coming of Age in the Era of Mass Incarceration 4 The Coupling of Criminal Justice and Community Institutions Part II Consequences 5 "Dummy Smart": Misrecognition, Acting Out, and "Going Dumb" 6 Proving Manhood: Masculinity as a Rehabilitative Tool 7 Guilty by Association: Acting White or Acting Lawful… Expand
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