Session 161: PO13 -> Policing and Advanced Technology
Time: 4:20PM to 5:50 PM on Wednesday, November 15
Place: H-San Francisco C
Session Chair: Detlef Nogala, Max-Planck-Institute
Vision and Division -- Technologies of Control and Resistance in Canada's Poorest Neighborhoods
by: Kevin D. Haggerty, University of Alberta (Corresponding)
Richard V. Ericson, Green College
Laura Huey, University of British Columbia
Techno-Warriorism as a New Police Culture? Interpreting Images of Paramilitary Policing
by: Peter B. Kraska, Eastern Kentucky University (Corresponding)
Victor E. Kappeler, Eastern Kentucky University
A Tack in the Shoe: Some Forms of Resistance to Technological Social Control
by: Gary T. Marx (Corresponding)
The Standards for Lawful Interception of Telecommunications
by: Jean Paul Brodeur, Universite de Montreal (Corresponding)
Technology and the Internalization of Policing: A Historical Perspective
by: Mathieu Deflem, Purdue University (Corresponding)
Techno-Policing: Promises, Limits and Social Acceptance
by: Detlef Nogala, Max-Planck-Institute (Corresponding)
Discussants:
Peter K. Manning, Michigan State University

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