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Police and the policed : language and power relations on the margins of the global south

Author: Danielle Watson
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Pivot, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book examines communication between police and residents of a designated crime 'hotspot' community in the Global South. It looks at communicative realities within a marginalised community in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago and explores how police and the individuals that they police purposefully assign categories to each other before, during and after interactions. It also examines the relations  Read more...
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Watson, Danielle.
Police and the Policed : Language and Power Relations on the Margins of the Global South.
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan UK, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Danielle Watson
ISBN: 9783030008833 3030008835
OCLC Number: 1057697433
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; Methodological Approach; Chapter Structure; Chapter 2-Policing Marginalized Communities in the Global South: Examining Contextual Realities; Chapter 3-Community Profiles: Initial Thoughts on Positioning the Police and the Policed; Chapter 4-Assigning the Brand: Police Labeling and Its Impact on Police/Community Relations; Chapter 5-Branding Babylon: How the Policed See the Police; Chapter 6-Police Typecasting and the Power Dichotomy. Chapter 7-Stigmatizing and Stereotyping the Police: Communicative Realities for the PolicedChapter 8-Negotiating Labels, Stigmas and Stereotypes: Discussions for the Future of Policing; References; Chapter 2: Policing Marginalized Communities in the Global South: Examining Contextual Realities; Marginalization, Hotspot Communities and Police/Community Relations; The Assigned Brand as Part of the Problem; Media Sensationalization and the Margins; Chapter Summary; References; Chapter 3: Community Profiles: Initial Thoughts on Positioning the Police and the Policed. Attitudes to Policing a 'Hotspot Community' in Trinidad and TobagoDescribing the Community; Customs of Contact with the Police; Relations Between Views and Experiences; Chapter Summary; References; Chapter 4: Assigning the Brand: Police Labeling and its Impact on Police/Community Relations; The Label Intersection: An Introduction; Police Labels: The Them Versus Us Positioning; The Label Intersection and Its Effect on Policing; Chapter Summary; References; Chapter 5: Branding Babylon: How the Policed see the Police; Community Positioning of the Police: Branding Babylon; Label Categories. The Impact of Label Assignations by the PolicedChapter Summary; References; Chapter 6: Police Typecasting and the Power Dichotomy; Stigmas, Stereotypes and the Power Dichotomy: An Introduction; Assessing the Police Position; Examining the Police Position: Implications of Police Stigmatizing and Stereotyping; Chapter Summary; References; Chapter 7: Stigmatizing and Stereotyping the Police: Communicative Realities for the Policed; Stigmas and Stereotypes as Standards of Normalcy: An Introduction; Assessing the Community Position. Examining the Position of the Policed: Implications of Residents Stigmatizing and StereotypingChapter Summary; References; Chapter 8: Negotiating Labels, Stigmas and Stereotypes: Discussions for the Future of Policing; Implications for Further Research; Final Statements; Reference; Index.
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