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E057 Chloe Peacock: Criminal Justice responses to the riots (2011‪)‬ Surviving Society

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Chloe talks through her PhD research where she has been interviewing civil servants; prosecutors, judges, defence lawyers, magistrates and probation services who were directly involved in the criminal justice response to the unlawful killing of Mark Duggan and the subsequent riots that followed in 2011.

Useful links-
Michael Gove’s rhetoric on prisons -http://research.gold.ac.uk/23722/1/Chloe%20Peacock%202017%20Curative%2C%20regenerating%2C%20redemptive%20and%20liberating_.pdf)
OpenDemocracy article on riots and regeneration: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/opensecurity/territorial-stigma-and-regeneration-in-tottenham/
Sociological Review blog on logic of punishment and links to logic of debt: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/reflecting-on-the-moral-economies-of-debt-and-punishment/

Chloe talks through her PhD research where she has been interviewing civil servants; prosecutors, judges, defence lawyers, magistrates and probation services who were directly involved in the criminal justice response to the unlawful killing of Mark Duggan and the subsequent riots that followed in 2011.

Useful links-
Michael Gove’s rhetoric on prisons -http://research.gold.ac.uk/23722/1/Chloe%20Peacock%202017%20Curative%2C%20regenerating%2C%20redemptive%20and%20liberating_.pdf)
OpenDemocracy article on riots and regeneration: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/opensecurity/territorial-stigma-and-regeneration-in-tottenham/
Sociological Review blog on logic of punishment and links to logic of debt: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/reflecting-on-the-moral-economies-of-debt-and-punishment/

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