Cultural Criminology and the Carnival of Crime

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Index
(Italicized page numbers refer to plates.)
a
Adorno, T. 115 , 139
Amedure, Scott 71
Armstrong, G. 38 , 139
arson 31 -2, 52
Artaud, A. 122

b
Bakhtin, M. 8 , 29 , 38 -9, 40 , 44 , 48 , 54 , 135 , 136
Bare Fist (TV documentary) 72
Barton, Mark 152
Bayfield, Martin 156
Beadle, Jeremy 70 , 74
Benjamin, W. 15 , 20 , 115 , 119
Betts, Leah 125
Bizarre magazine 80 -1, 84 , 90
Blackbird Leys Estate (Oxford) 49 - 51
Blair, Tony 2 , 16 , 99 , 110 , 113 , 127
Blind Date (TV show) 69 , 73 , 74
The Blue Room (play) 17
Boggs, J.S.G. 20
Bonfire Night 31 , 140 -1
Bourke, J. 16
Bouvier, J.M. 41
Brady, Ian 102
Brain, D. 26
Braithewaite, J. 48
Brake, M. 119
Breillat, Catherine 89
Bristol, M. 146 -7
Brooks, Libby 125
Brown, Gordon 112
Brown, Tony 87
Burgess, A. 5

c
Capa, Robert 71
Carlson, M. 44
carnival 8 , 9 - 10 , 17 , 73 ;
and abuse 40 ;
ancient 33 -5;
and body/world connectedness 39 - 40 ;
and breaking into schools 55 -6;
and capitalism 37 -8;
and Christianity 35 -6;
and the clown 137 ;
'coming out' 101 ;
complexity of 42 , 45 -6;
conservative function of 41 ;
of crime 48-56 , 137 -8;
debris of 135-6 , 146 -7;
defined 32 -3;
familiar aspects of 33 -5;
fragmentation of 137 -8;
humour of 136 -7;
multivocal voice of 41 ;
paradoxical nature of 44 ;
as performance 47 -8;
in post-modern culture 43-8 ;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Apologies vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Part I - Analysis 13
  • 2 - Cultural Criminology 15
  • 3 - From Carnival to the Earnival of Crime 31
  • 4 - Commodification, Consumption and Crime 57
  • Part II - Context 67
  • 5 - Hurt, Humiliation and Crime as Popular Pleasure 69
  • 6 - The Criminalisation of Consent: the Case of S&m 87
  • 7 - Rap and Rave and the Criminalisation of Youth 107
  • 8 - The Carnival and the Performing of Crime 133
  • 9 - Senseless Acts 151
  • References 165
  • Index 177
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