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" erosion of one of the foundational myths of modern society: that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order and crime control. "
Secure Foundations: Key Issues in Crime Prevention, Crime Reduction and ... - Page 295
edited by - 2000 - 312 pages
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Law, Society, and Economy: Centenary Essays for the London School of ...

Richard Rawlings, London School of Economics and Political Science - Law - 1997 - 385 pages
...leastl limits of criminal justice agencies to do anything about this. The result, he argues,24 is an erosion of one of the foundational myths of modern...providing security, law and order and crime control. So new modes of governance develop, especially: (il the increasing involvement of the private sector,...
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Policing the Risk Society

Richard Victor Ericson, Kevin D. Haggerty - Community policing - 1997 - 487 pages
...justice agencies, have begun to erode one of the fundamental myths of modern societies: namely, the myth that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order, and crime control within its territorial boundaries. This challenge to the state's law and order mythology is all the...
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Law, Power, and Justice in England and Wales

Ian K. McKenzie - Law - 1998 - 220 pages
...implications for the future of policing (Johnston, 1996). In particular, these changes explode "the myth that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order, and crime control within its territorial boundaries" (Garland, 1996: 448). The result is a "distanciation" (Giddens,...
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Drugs: Cultures, Controls and Everyday Life

Nigel South - Social Science - 1999 - 164 pages
...Garland (1996: 448) has described as 'one of the foundational myths of modern societies: namely, the myth that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order, and crime control within its territorial boundaries'. What is the general response of the state, when it is acknowledged...
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Criminal Justice in Ireland

Paul O'Mahony - Courts - 2002 - 818 pages
...foundational myths upon which modern society is based is eroding.8 This myth, according to Garland,9 is that "the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order and crime control within its territorial boundaries". Just as many of the institutions which have come to define the...
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Money Laundering Counter-measures in the European Union: A New Paradigm of ...

Valsamis Mitsilegas - Law - 2003 - 207 pages
...theorised in the context of what has been called 'the erosion of the myth of sovereign crime control', ie, that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order, and crime control within its territorial boundaries.92 Apart from their impact on the intemationalisation of measures...
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The Genetic Imaginary: DNA in the Canadian Criminal Justice System

Neil Gerlach - Law - 2004 - 253 pages
...assessed and managed. Second, government discourse has moved away from asserting confidently that the state is capable of providing security, law and order, and crime control. Having taken over many of the social control functions that used to belong to civil society, the state...
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Urban Violence and Insecurity

Caroline O N Moser - Crime prevention - 2004 - 288 pages
...citizens, has led to the erosion of “...one of the foundational myths of modern societies: namely ... that the sovereign state is capable of providing security, law and order and crime control.” 32 Indeed, residential fortressing in South Africa not only operates without consideration for the...
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