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Right to Be Hostile : Schools, Prisons, and the Making of Public Enemies.

Author: Erica R Meiners
Publisher: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2007.
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In Right to be Hostile, scholar and activist Erica Meiners offers concrete examples and new insights into the "school to prison' pipeline phenomenon, showing how disciplinary regulations, pedagogy, pop culture and more not only implicitly advance, but actually normalize an expectation of incarceration for urban youth. Analyzed through a framework of an expanding incarceration nation, Meiners demonstrates how  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Erica R Meiners
ISBN: 9780203941508 0203941500
OCLC Number: 437177342
Description: 1 online resource (234 p.)
Contents: Front cover; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Surveillance, Ladies Bountiful, and the Management of Outlaw Emotions; 2. Strange Fruit; 3. Life After OZ; 4. Awful Acts and the Trouble With Normal; 5. Political Recoveries; 6. Horizons of Abolition; Index; Back cover.

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In Right to be Hostile, scholar and activist Erica Meiners offers concrete examples and new insights into the "school to prison' pipeline phenomenon, showing how disciplinary regulations, pedagogy, pop culture and more not only implicitly advance, but actually normalize an expectation of incarceration for urban youth. Analyzed through a framework of an expanding incarceration nation, Meiners demonstrates how educational practices that disproportionately target youth of color become linked directly to practices of racial profiling that are endemic in state structures. As early as preschool, suc.

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