Punishment and the Changing Face of the Governance

@article{Shearing2001PunishmentAT,
  title={Punishment and the Changing Face of the Governance},
  author={Clifford D. Shearing},
  journal={Punishment \& Society},
  year={2001},
  volume={3},
  pages={203 - 220}
}
The article explores the implication of shifts in the way in which security and justice are being conceived. It argues that the emergence of a logic of risk is refiguring the way in which punishment is being used as a tactic of governance. 
Cultural change in the governance of security
Issues of cultural change typically plague advocates of policing reform. Scholars often argue that due to their defining capacity to exercise coercion, the police possess occupational sensibilitiesExpand
Some Reflections on the Role of Victims in the International Criminal Trial Process
The purpose of this paper is to examine the nature and significance of victim participation in international criminal trials through the analysis of relevant substantive and procedural norms of theExpand
Exploring the relationship between sentencing and the legitimacy of trial justice
Abstract This paper argues that recent sustained criticism of judicial sentencing in England and Wales reflects a much deeper malaise afflicting the legitimacy of punishment in the late post-modernExpand
Security Governance – An Empirical Analysis of the Norwegian Context
article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons CC-BY-NC 4.0 License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/), allowing third parties to copy and redistribute the material in anyExpand
An Empirical Analysis of the Norwegian Context
This article explores the local security governance in the city of Bergen, and it thus highlights what characterizes security governance within a Norwegian context. The burgeoning policing literatureExpand
Conclusion: Genealogies of Security
The concluding chapter draws together the various strands of the argument, reiterating the links between the arguments of individual chapters and the guiding themes of the book: Foucault’s work onExpand
Beyond the Patten Report: The Governance of Security in Policing with the Community
Policing in stable, democratic societies is predominantly concerned with theimplementation and practice of the globally accepted philosophy of ‘communitypolicing’. This concept, while itselfExpand
Too much security
Abstract Major changes in the governance of crime are occurring within, on the margins, and outside the public sphere. Exemplified by the development of risk assessment, crime prevention, communityExpand
The community safety ‘profession’: Towards a new expertise in the governance of crime, disorder and safety in the UK?
The role of the community safety practitioner is a newly emerging expertise in local government. A survey conducted with local authorities reveals a relatively fluid and unstructured profession ofExpand
Some reflections on the legitimacy of international trial justice
This paper addresses a number of interrelated conceptual difficulties that impact adversely on the ability of international criminal trials to deliver outcomes perceived as legitimate by victims andExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-4 OF 4 REFERENCES
Risk, power and crime prevention
This paper addresses the development of post-disciplinary ‘actuarial’ or risk-based technologies of power. Arguing against models which focus on icreased efficiency as an evolutionary criterion forExpand
THE NEW REGULATORY STATE AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF CRIMINOLOGY
The forms of government and social relations that increasingly characterize contemporary society are giving rise to new ways of thinking about crime and crime control. In particular it is argued thatExpand
The death of the social? Re-figuring the territory of government
The social, as a plane of thought and action, has been central to political thought and political programmes since the mid-nineteenth century. This paper argues that, while themes of society andExpand
The power of community mediation : Government and formation of self-identity
Recent alternatives to law assume diverse forms and include various community mediation programs. Proponents see these programs as a triumph of empowered individuals and communities over the state.Expand