7 edition of The policing of families found in the catalog.
|Statement||Jacques Donzelot ; with a foreword by Gilles Deleuze ; translated from the French by Robert Hurley.|
|LC Classifications||HQ623 .D6513, HQ728 D6893 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 242 p.|
|Number of Pages||242|
|ISBN 10||0091409500, 0394737520, 0394503384, 0091409519|
police work from within the profession itself, partly in reaction to the above incidents but also as a general response to larger changes in U.S. society. Two premises underlie the approaches to policing discussed in this publication. One is that the police, by virtue of the . These issues can all have an adverse impact on police marriages and family relationships, resulting in emotional exhaustion and work-family conflict (Karaffa et al., ). Specifically, negative public perception can increase stress in police families as the officer may be recognized by witnesses and arrestees while off duty and when.
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In The Policing of Families, Jacques Donzelot, a student and colleague of Michel Foucault, offers an account of public intervention in the regulation of family affairs since the eighteenth century, showing how this intervention effected radical changes in the structure of what had traditionally been a private domain/5.
The Policing of Families Paperback – January 1, by Jacques Donzelot (Author)/5(3). Thus the crisis of the family is a misconceptualization since the modern family is off the gold standard, floating like the dollar and seeking new equilibrium.
The argument here is apt to anger Marxists (the family is more than a tool of capitalism, it is both ""queen and prisoner""), feminists. The Policing of Families(first published in French in [English edition, ]) is Jacques Donzelot’s best-known book and a crucial point of reference in.
In an analysis that adds to the growing debate The policing of families book tensions between the modern state and the family, Professor Donzelot (Sociology, Nanterre).
In The Policing of Families, Jacques Donzelot, a student and colleague of Michel Foucault, offers an account of public intervention in the regulation of family affairs since the eighteenth century.
The policing of families by Jacques Donzelot. Published by Hutchinson in London. Written in EnglishCited by: The Policing of Families (first published in French in [English edition, ]) is Jacques Donzelot’s best-known book and a crucial point of reference in studies on the family, social work and social by: 2.
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It provides a comprehensive, but highly readable overview of policing in the UK, and is an essential reference point, combining the expertise of leading academic experts on policing and policing. The Police, Policing and the Future of the 'Extended Policing Family' Chapter (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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The same has been true politically. The danger black people find in white neighborhoods comes both from neighbors and from the government, in the form of police Author: Gregory Smithsimon. Delving behind Canada’s veneer of multiculturalism and tolerance, Policing Black Lives traces the violent realities of anti-blackness from the slave ships to prisons, classrooms and beyond.
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A Conflict Perspective – Donzelot: Policing the Family Jacques Donzelot () has a conflict view of society and sees policy as a form of state power and control over families.
Donzelot uses Michel Foucault’s () concept of surveillance (observing and monitoring).It is the first book I have read that describes what really happens to police officers in their careers, with incredible insight into the stress and difficulties of being a police officer.
Dr. Kevin Gilmartin sets out proactive strategies for police officers and their families to survive the most dangerous profession.".The book brings into perspective the difficulties and risks of the job and the impact on our families and ourselves, as well as ways to keep the family and self whole.
This was a 'must read' for me as the wife of a police officer, an officer myself, and a mother."--Vicky M. Stormo, retired Chief of Police, year police veteran; Interim.