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Governing youth politics in the age of surveillance
Éditeur Routledge
Année 2018
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Part, I Dissent and democratic practice ; chapter 1 Governing youth politics in the age of surveillance ; chapter 2 Theorising student protest, liberalism and the problem of legitimacy ; part, II Youthful protest and repressive law ; chapter 3 Panic works ; The ‘Gag Law’ and the unruly youth in Spain ; chapter 4 Controlling dissent through security in contemporary Spain ; chapter 5 ‘Proxy repression’? ; The causes behind the change of protest control repertoire by the Université du Québec à Montréal during the 2015 student strike ; chapter 6 Governing, monitoring and regulating youth protest in contemporary Britain ; part, III Antiterror legislation and the youthful other ; chapter 7 Surveillance of young Muslims and counterterrorism in Kenya ; chapter 8 On becoming ‘radicalised’ ; Pre-emptive surveillance and intervention to save the young Muslim in the UK ; chapter 9 Active citizenship and governmentality ; The politics and resistance of young Muslims in the security state ; part, IV Resisting and creating new public spheres ; chapter 10 What future for young people’s artistic activism? ; chapter 11 Effects of the regime in Malaysia on youth political participation ; chapter 12 Russian politics of radicalisation and surveillance ; chapter 13 Biocultural metrics and the moral policing of young people’s politics in contemporary India ; chapter 14 Surveillance and the student ; Government policing of young women’s politics ; chapter 15 Electoral engineering and surveillance ; British young people and politics
"Drawing on case studies from around the world, contributors to this ground-breaking book explore a major contemporary paradox: on the one hand, young people today are at the forefront of political campaigns promoting social rights and ethical ideas that challenge authoritarian orders and elite privileges. On the other hand, too many governments, some claiming to be committed to liberal-democratic values, social inclusion and youth participation are engaged in repressing political activities that contest the status quo. Contributors to this book explore how, especially since 9/11, governments, state agencies and other traditional power holders around the globe have reacted to political dissent authored by young people. While the need to enhance youth political participation is promoted, the cases in this book document how states are using everything from surveillance, summary offences, expulsion from universities, gag laws and antiterrorism legislation, and even imprisonment to repress certain forms of young peoples political activism. These responses diminish the public sphere and create civic spaces hostile to political participation by any citizen.This book forms part of The Criminalization of Political Dissent series. It documents and interprets the many ways contemporary governments and agencies now routinely use various techniques to repress and criminalise political dissent. "--Provided by publisher
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