V. The Political economy of Human security: A Conceptual Approach to Policing studies and reform

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September 27, 2017

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Michael Kempa, « V. The Political economy of Human security: A Conceptual Approach to Policing studies and reform », Les Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa | University of Ottawa Press, ID : 10670/1.iy63dg


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INTRODUCTION What is policing, and how should we study it? Further, should academics attempt to reform policing and, if so, how should they do so? In this paper, I outline the utility, and justify the normative desirability, of a particular approach to answering these broad problems. To do so, I first trace an idiosyncratic story of empirical discovery over the course of conducting my own studies of policing and its reform, from the perspective of a criminologist with a particular focus on No...

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