Routledge international handbook of visual criminology

Introducing visual criminology / Michelle Brown and Eamonn Carrabine -- Foundations : history, theory methods -- Law, evidence and representation / Katherine Biber -- Social science and visual culture / Eamonn Carrabine -- "We never, never talked about photography" : documentary photograph...

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Other Authors: Brown, Michelle (Editor); Carrabine, Eamonn
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London New York Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2017
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Summary:Introducing visual criminology / Michelle Brown and Eamonn Carrabine -- Foundations : history, theory methods -- Law, evidence and representation / Katherine Biber -- Social science and visual culture / Eamonn Carrabine -- "We never, never talked about photography" : documentary photography, visual criminology, and method, / Jeff Ferrell -- Crime films and visual criminology / Nicole Rafter -- Key methods of visual criminology : an overview of different approaches and their affordances / Luc Pauwels -- Visions of legitimacy : public criminology, the image and the legitimation of the carceral state / Jonathan Simon -- Carceral geography and the spatialization of carceral studies / Dominique Moran -- Art and its unruly histories : old and new formations / Eamonn Carrabine -- Images and crime -- Making the criminal visible : photography and criminality / Jonathan Finn -- Documentary criminology : a cultural criminological introduction / Keith Hayward -- Going feral : kamp katrina as a case study of documentary criminology / David Redmon -- Mediated suffering / Sandra Walklate -- Media, popular culture and the lone wolf terrorist : the evolution of targeting, tactics and violent ideologies / Mark Hamm and Ramon Spaaji -- Representing the pedophile / Steven Kohm -- Street art, graffiti and urban aesthetics / Alison Young -- Risky business : visual representations in corporate crime films / Gray Cavender and Nancy Jurik -- Crimesploitation / Paul Kaplan and Daniel LaChance -- Images and criminal justice -- In plain view : violence and the police image / Travis Linneman -- The role of the visual in the restoration of social order / Tony Kearon -- Opening a window on probation cultures : a photographic imagination / Anne Worrall, Nicola Carr and Gwen Robinson -- How does the photograph punish? / Phil Carney -- The visual retreat of the prison : non-places for non-people / Yvonne Jewkes, Eleanor Slee and Dominique Moran -- Pervasive punishment : experiencing supervision / Wendy Fitzgibbon, Christine Graebsch and Fergus McNeill -- Graphic justice and criminological aesthetics : visual criminology on the streets of gotham / Thomas Giddens -- Accusing images and images accused -- Staged imagery of killing and torture : ethical and normative dimensions of seeing / Lieve Gies -- Jus des(s)erts' crime and punishment in the Italian last judgement / Lisa Wade -- Visualizing blackness : racializing gameness : social inequalities in virtual gaming communities / Jordan Mazurek and Kishonna Gray -- Visual power and sovereignty : indigenous art and colonialism / Chris Cuneen -- Asylum seekers and moving images : walking, sensorial encounters and visual criminology / Maggie O'Neill -- Visual criminology and cultural memory : the aestheticization of boat people / Jacqueline Wilson Seeing and seeing-as : Building a politics of visibility in criminology / Sarah Armstrong -- The concerned criminologist : refocusing the ethos of socially committed photographic research / Cécile Van de Voorde -- Los angeles, urban history and neo-noir cinema / Gareth Millington -- Against a "humanizing" prison cinema : the prison in twelve landscapes and the politics of abolition imagery / Brett Story -- Future directions -- Fascinated receptivity and the visual unconscious of crime / Stephen Pfohl -- The criminologist as visual scholar in a global mediascape / Michelle Brown -- Sunk capital, sinking prisons, stinking landfills : landscape, ideology, visuality and the carceral state in central appalachia / Judah Schept -- Territorial coding in street art and censure : ernest pignon-ernest¿s contribution to visual criminology / Ronnie Lippens -- Representations of environmental crime and harm : a green-cultural criminological perspective on human-altered landscapes / Avi Brisman -- There's no place like home : encountering crime and criminality in representations of the domestic / Michael Fiddler -- Monstrous nature : a meeting of gothic, green and cultural criminologies / Nigel South
Item Description:Literaturangaben und Index
Physical Description:xxi, 578 Seiten Illustrationen
ISBN:9781138888630