Policing Non-Citizens

Policing Non-Citizens

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This book explores the intersection between policing, border control and citizenship under the transformative conditions of globalization. It concentrates on the policing of the internal border and the networked nature of that border policing effort, drawing on empirical research conducted in New South Wales, Australia, designed to identify the means by which individuals designated as 'unlawful non-citizens' are detected by networks of public and private agencies.The empirical study that underpins this book began life at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, then ... The first acknowledgement that must be made is to the Australian Research Council (ARC) for financing the empiricalanbsp;...

Title:Policing Non-Citizens
Author: Leanne Weber
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-09-11

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