Restoring (dis)order: Sanctions, resolutions, and "social control" in anarchist communities

@article{Amster2003RestoringS,
  title={Restoring (dis)order: Sanctions, resolutions, and "social control" in anarchist communities},
  author={R. Amster},
  journal={Contemporary Justice Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={6},
  pages={24 - 9}
}
  • R. Amster
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Contemporary Justice Review
This essay explores the restorative implications of anarchist communities through an analysis of processes such as norm formation, sanctioning, conflict resolution, and economic exchange. The study explores ways in which anarchist communities employ various restorative measures to maintain group cohesion and achieve a modicum of social control through the application of natural phenomena such as diffuse power, fluid authority, community consensus and mutual aid. Drawing upon studies of… Expand
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