The Torture Letters

@inproceedings{Ralph2020TheTL,
  title={The Torture Letters},
  author={Laurence Ralph},
  year={2020}
}
  • L. Ralph
  • Published 9 January 2020
  • Sociology
RACIST TORTURE AND THE CODE OF SILENCE
Abstract We join Eduardo Bonilla-Silva’s structural theory of the racialized U.S. social system with a situational methodology developed by Arthur L. Stinchcombe and Irving Goffman to analyze how law
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This paper considers the development of international criminal law and as a field of study in American criminology. Despite the important U.S. role in establishing the International Military Tribunal
Urban Anthropology: United States
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Police custodial violence was a normal occurrence in the southern Indian province of Madras through the twentieth century, across the colonial and postcolonial periods alike. While governmental
Ethnographies of Global Policing
  • J. Steinberg
  • Sociology
    Annual Review of Law and Social Science
  • 2020
The last two decades have seen an unprecedented proliferation of ethnographies of policing in many parts of the world. Implicit in the body of this new work is the continuation of an old and perhaps
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