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From the Panopticon to Disney World: The Development of the Discipline

From the Panopticon to Disney World: The Development of the Discipline,Clifford D. Shearing,Philip C. Stenning

From the Panopticon to Disney World: The Development of the Discipline   (Citations: 32)
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Published in 1985.
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    • ...What perhaps is a surprise, is the fact that the emerging market for crime risk assessments has been occupied (in the case of these crime risk assessment reports) by social and urban planning consultancy companies, rather than private security companies which have traditionally been the focus of criminological commentary on the growth of private sector involvement in crime prevention and criminal justice administration (Shearing and Stenning ...

    Garner Clancey. Crime Risk Assessments in New South Wales

    • ...Shearing and Stenning (1996) conceptualized the emergence of a pragmatic and instrumental mode of discipline which was replacing discipline based on morality...
    • ...Shearing and Stenning (1996) have argued for a qualitative shift towards new forms of policing which are no longer characterized by their moral underpinnings but by the identification of dangerous groups (see also Garland, 2001; Johnston, 2000)...

    Gesa Helms. Municipal Policing Meets the New DealThe Politics of a City-Centre War...

    • ...In exploring contemporary social control practices, risk theorists (Shearing and Stenning 1985; Feeley and Simon 1994; Barry, Osbourne, and Rose 1996) have dematerialized risk discourses, neglected an analysis of state institutions and ideological power, and constructed a false demarcation between the technical and the normative aspects of social control...

    Roy Coleman. Images from a Neoliberal City: The State, Surveillance and Social Cont...

    • ...Writers have distinguished between state surveillance (‘public’) and surveillance beyond the state (‘Private’) (Lyon, 2001; Shearing, 2001; Koskela, 2003: 302), as well as suggested the total decentring, plurality and dispersion of surveill ance practices (Shearing and Stenning, 1996; Lyon, 2001)...

    Roy Coleman. Reclaiming the Streets: Closed Circuit Television, Neoliberalism and t...

    • ...The thesis of the ‘dispersion of discipline’ in contemporary society (Cohen, 1979; Garland and Young, 1983; Shearing and Stenning, 1985) is not sufficient as an explanatory basis, above all because it ignores both the managerial rationality of socio-technical devices and the reception of this rationality by the users who assimilate it as a necessity for ensuring the delivery of goods and services that they wish to have...

    Michalis Lianos. Social Control after Foucault

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