By Sharon Pickering, Leanne Weber
The implications for criminology of territorial borders are quite unexplored. This e-book offers the 1st systematic try and strengthen a serious criminology of borders, delivering a special therapy of the effect of globalisation and mobility. supplying a wealth of case fabric from Australia, Europe and North the US, it really is necessary for college students, lecturers, and practitioners operating in criminology, migration, human geography, foreign legislations and politics, globalisation, sociology and cultural anthropology.
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Migration Amendment (Excision from Migration Zone) Act 2001. pdf. Mary Crock, quoted in ‘Kurds and ways to a no zone’, Canberra Times (8 November 2003). Rather confusingly, another DIMIA briefing note states that excised offshore places remain not only part of Australia’s territory, but also part of the migration zone so that all normal migration provisions apply. htm. htm. htm. html. au. The necessity for the government to pursue these other channels has since been diminished by the government’s ability to pass its legislation through both houses of parliament.
Pdf. Mary Crock, quoted in ‘Kurds and ways to a no zone’, Canberra Times (8 November 2003). Rather confusingly, another DIMIA briefing note states that excised offshore places remain not only part of Australia’s territory, but also part of the migration zone so that all normal migration provisions apply. htm. htm. htm. html. au. The necessity for the government to pursue these other channels has since been diminished by the government’s ability to pass its legislation through both houses of parliament.
Borders also assert themselves differently in relation to different groups of border crossers. Against a backdrop of unprecedented mobility, the coming of the 21st century has been experienced by the majority of the world’s population as an ‘age of involuntary immobility’ (Carling 2004: 37; see also Brown 2004). The internal borders of the European Union turn out to be not so relaxed after all in relation to the many thousands of ‘third country nationals’ who are legally resident in a European Union country, but unable to exercise the mobility rights associated with full European citizenship (McMaster 2001: 185).
Borders, Mobility and Technologies of Control by Sharon Pickering, Leanne Weber