European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control (European Group)
First proposed in 1970 by Stan Cohen, Mario Simondi and Karl Schumann of Berkeley University, California (USA).
Provide a forum for studying the changing forms of social control through areas such as interpersonal forms of domination based on structural, gendered hierarchies of domination/subordination, increases in suppression and segregation, issues around migration, the emergence and consolidation of 'Fortress Europe', the labour market and border security, the corporatization of social control and the corporate production of harms, as well as the institutions of police and prison, and of human rights in relation to the informal and formal power structures; highlight social problems in the field of deviance and social control which are under-exposed by criminologists in many other contexts; provide a network of people working towards social justice.Available with paid subscription only.
Events/meetings; publishing activities. Active worldwide, although primarily in Europe.
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