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Introduction: New racial missions of policing: comparative studies of state authority, urban governance, and security technology in the twenty-first century
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Introduction: New racial missions of policing: comparative studies of state authority, urban governance, and security technology in the twenty-first century

Author: Paul Amar
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Edition/Format: Article Article : EN
Publication:Ethnic and Racial Studies, 33, no. 4 (2010): 575-592
Database:ArticleFirst
Other Databases: British Library SerialsElsevier
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All Authors / Contributors: Paul Amar
ISSN:0141-9870
Language Note: EN
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schema:description"Why do police worldwide continue to reproduce race, racism and ethnic conflicts even as more members from historically stigmatized groups participate in policing, and as states adopt explicitly post-colonial, anti-racist policy agendas? Why do new policing practices and technologies affirm racial, caste and ethnic distinctions even as diversity and anti-racial profiling campaigns become central to defining norms of police professionalism in every world region? In this introduction to this collection, I will begin by acknowledging how the intersections of policing and race have returned to the forefront of public and academic concern in the US and UK. I then provide context by highlighting the gaps in the literature that this set of contributions addresses. I conclude by sketching the outline of a comparative, international framework for studies of race and ethnicity that aims to offer fresh avenues for scholarship and policy-making."
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