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Englisch
Veröffentlichungsangabe: 
London : Pluto Press, 2020
Umfang: 
xi, 281 Seiten ; 22 cm
Schriftenreihe: 
Anmerkung: 
Literaturverzeichnis Seite 247-262, Register
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978-0-7453-4004-3 pbk.
0-7453-4004-0
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Law, Politics, and Legitimacy in Liberal Democracies
When Groups Take Justice Into Their Own Hands
The Prosecutorial Narrative and the Double Bind of Liberal Legalism
Mobilizing the Power of Victimhood
Challenging the State's Crime Definition
When Prosecutors Respond : Narratives in Action
ETA cases in Spain
Casting the Net Wider by Calling the Armed Group a Network
Narrating the Praise for ETA Prisoners as Humiliation of Victims
"Mapuche conflict" cases in Chile
Vascillating Between Criminilisation and Negotiation
Responding to Allegations of Racism and Repression Against the Mapuche People
"Eco-terrorism" cases in the United States
Shifting from Reactive to Proactive Prosecutions
Drawing a Boundary between Raising Awareness and Intimidation
Conclusion : The Prosecutor's Contested Claim to Criminal Justice
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Klassifikation der Library of Congress: K
Dewey Dezimal-Klassifikation: 322.4
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: SG07
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: SF06.03
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: RQ
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: SG07
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: SF06.03
Fachinformationsverbund Internationale Beziehungen und Länderkunde: RQ
Inhalt: 
How does protest become criminalised? Applying an anthropological perspective to political and legal conflicts, Carolijn Terwindt urges us to critically question the underlying interests and logic of prosecuting protesters. The book draws upon ethnographic research in Chile, Spain, and the United States to trace prosecutorial narratives in three protracted contentious episodes in liberal democracies. Terwindt examines the conflict between Chilean landowners and the indigenous Mapuche people, the Spanish state and the Basque independence movement, and the United States' criminalisation of 'eco-terrorists.' Exploring how patterns and mechanisms of prosecutorial narrative emerge through distinct political, social and democratic contexts, Terwindt shines a light on how prosecutorial narratives in each episode changed significantly over time. Challenging the law and justice system and warning against relying on criminal law to deal with socio-political conflicts, Terwindt's observations have implications for a wide range of actors and constituencies, including social movement activists, scholars, and prosecutors.
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10 A 90386
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Potsdamer Straße
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