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Security, Citizenship and Human Rights: Shared Values in Uncertain Times

Security, Citizenship and Human Rights: Shared Values in Uncertain Times American Sociological Association 2012 DOI: 10.1177/0094306112443521 http://cs.sagepub.com BRIEFLY NOTED Stepfamilies,by Graham Allan, Graham related to stepfamilies, this book succeeds in Crow, and Sheila Hawker. New York, NY: introducing the reader to many of these Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 197 pp. $85.00 topics. cloth. ISBN: 9781403904928. This text provides readers with a view of the Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism,by structural characteristics and relational Emma Bell. New York, NY: Palgrave Mac- millan, 2011. 252 pp. $85.00 cloth. ISBN: dynamics of modern stepfamily life. The authors highlight the challenges that these families face as they navigate unclear This book provides a much-needed interro- boundaries and expectations within the fam- gation of the presumably inexorable domi- ily unit and in the ties that families maintain nation of neoliberal rationality over the outside of the household. Examples modern criminal justice system. Emma Bell throughout the text are derived from a qual- suggests that, although neoliberalism is itative, interview-based study of 80 individ- undoubtedly a ‘‘political mutation’’ partially uals residing in a town in England. These responsible for recent intensification of pun- respondents provided detailed accounts of their own relationships as well as assess- ishments and the broadening of punitive ments of others within the stepfamily. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews SAGE

Security, Citizenship and Human Rights: Shared Values in Uncertain Times

Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews , Volume 41 (3): 1 – May 1, 2012

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1939-8638
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American Sociological Association 2012 DOI: 10.1177/0094306112443521 http://cs.sagepub.com BRIEFLY NOTED Stepfamilies,by Graham Allan, Graham related to stepfamilies, this book succeeds in Crow, and Sheila Hawker. New York, NY: introducing the reader to many of these Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 197 pp. $85.00 topics. cloth. ISBN: 9781403904928. This text provides readers with a view of the Criminal Justice and Neoliberalism,by structural characteristics and relational Emma Bell. New York, NY: Palgrave Mac- millan, 2011. 252 pp. $85.00 cloth. ISBN: dynamics of modern stepfamily life. The authors highlight the challenges that these families face as they navigate unclear This book provides a much-needed interro- boundaries and expectations within the fam- gation of the presumably inexorable domi- ily unit and in the ties that families maintain nation of neoliberal rationality over the outside of the household. Examples modern criminal justice system. Emma Bell throughout the text are derived from a qual- suggests that, although neoliberalism is itative, interview-based study of 80 individ- undoubtedly a ‘‘political mutation’’ partially uals residing in a town in England. These responsible for recent intensification of pun- respondents provided detailed accounts of their own relationships as well as assess- ishments and the broadening of punitive ments of others within the stepfamily.

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