|Title||Constitutive criminology and the ‘war on terror’|
This article presents a constitutive criminological perspective of the ‘war on terror’. The article will first deconstruct the ‘war on terror’; showing how constitutive criminology provides a framework in which foreign policy, the UK state; the police, and society can be systematically analyzed in relation to one another. Second, the article explores how constitutive criminology enables a critical analysis of the dominant state-centric ‘war on terror’ discourse. The article through discussing the multifaceted ‘war on terror’ demonstrates the relevance of constitutive criminology, as a non state centric approach to critical perspectives in criminology.
|Journal||Critical Criminology: an International Journal|
|Journal citation||22 (3), pp. 357-371|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1007/s10612-014-9235-6|
|Published in print||Sep 2014|
|Published online||23 Jan 2014|