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6 edition of Civilizing Security found in the catalog.

Civilizing Security

by Ian Loader

  • 273 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime & criminology,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Sociology,
  • Political Freedom & Security - General,
  • Social Science / Criminology,
  • Criminology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9548514M
    ISBN 100521871204
    ISBN 109780521871204

    The book opens with a discussion of the theory and methodology of cross-national analysis, assessing its value and the possible pitfalls involved. The second part of the book is a review of the main police systems operating in the world covering Anglo-American and European police systems, the changing situation in post-communist societies, post-colonial policing systems . Book Review: Brundage, W. Fitzhugh: Civilizing Torture: An American Tradition Book Review by Kenneth R. Himes, OFM Between and , Americans learned that at least 89 detainees in CIA custody were subjected to processes of physical and mental torture as part of .

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Civilizing Security by Ian Loader Download PDF EPUB FB2

An important and timely book which should be read will beyond the borders of criminology." -Professor Kieran McEvoy, Director, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Queens University Civilizing Security book. "'Civilizing Security' addresses one of the central problems of our time with the seriousness and imagination it deserves.4/5(1).

In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good. They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing security.4/5(1).

Get this from a library. Civilizing security. [Ian Loader; Neil Walker] -- Two leading scholars in the field assess the role of the state in civilising security. This is a multi-disciplinary work that draws on research and reflection in sociology, criminology, public law.

In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good. They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing by: Civilizing Security is an immensely ambitious and impressive book.

The authors seek to achieve nothing less than the restoration of public security as a public good, and the use of this process of restoration as a vehicle for enriching the democratic process. A book recently published by two criminologists, Ian Loader and Neil Walker, titled Civilizing Security (CUP, ), aims to provide some useful reflections on the way that the state manages security in Civilizing Security book world ially their argument is both that genuine security has a ‘civilizing’ effect on social relations – the less fearful and anxious people are, the less likely.

In their book “Civilizing Security” Loader and Walker argue that security can have an instrumental role in promoting a more democratic and broadly civilised relationship between individuals and between them and the state.

This is thanks to the constitutive nature of security which makes it a producer and a product of social relations. These developments, it is argued, have, to borrow a term from Loader and Walker (), been progressively "civilizing security." Through this process.

Civilizing Security. CIVILIZING SECURITY, Cambridge University Press, In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good, a platform for and education in political society, and argue that the democratic state has a necessary and virtuous role to play.

In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good. They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing security.4/5(2).

The concept of “civilizing security,” as embodied in the book’s title, is never fully clarified. Chapter 1 begins: “Our argument in this book is that security is a valuable public good, a constitutive ingredient of the good society, and that the democratic state has a necessary and virtuous role to play in the production of this good.

Book Review: Ian Loader and Neil Walker: Civilizing Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, viii + pp. £ ISBN (hpk) and £ ISBN (hbk) Peter K. ManningAuthor: Peter K. Manning. Get this from a library.

Civilizing security. [Ian Loader; Neil Walker] -- Two leading scholars in the field assess the role of the state in civilizing security. In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good.

They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing security. In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good.

They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing security.4/5(2).

Buy Civilizing Security by Ian Loader, Neil Walker from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Civilizing Security.

Security has become a defining feature of contemporary public discourse, permeating the so-called ‘war on terror’, problems of everyday crime and disorder, the.

This paper seeks to critically interrogate the view that the emergence of ‘human security’ can be seen as a manifestation of what Norbert Elias aptly termed the ‘civilizing process’.Author: Giorgio Shani.

Giorgio Shani is Chair of the Department of Politics and International Studies and Director of the Rotary Peace Center at International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan.

He is the author of Sikh Nationalism and Identity in a Global Age (Routledge ) and Religion, Identity and Human Security (Routledge, ). He has also co-edited Protecting Human Security in a. Private digital property secured by the individual citizens of cyber society is the key to Civilizing Cyberspace as a Democracy of, by and for the people.

Capability Keys are owned by individual in a dynamically bound private (Lambda Calculus) Namespace that replaces the statically compiled shared machinery of a General Purpose Computer. This edition on optical document security has been revised and updated to include three new chapters on security design of valuable documents and products, smart card security, and biometrics.

The book should be of interest to engineers and both technical and non-technical managers using secure documents or manufacturing security devices.This collection of previously published work on security and rights focuses on the appropriate relationship between rights and what we can think of as counterterrorism policy.

Such a focus might seem both necessary, because of 9/11, and unfortunate, because there are other causes of insecurity besid.

In this timely and important book, Ian Loader and Neil Walker outline and defend the view that security remains a valuable public good. They argue that the state is indispensable to the task of fostering and sustaining liveable political communities in the contemporary world and thus pivotal to the project of civilizing security.