Social Control in Europe, Volume 2

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Herman Roodenburg
Ohio State University Press, 2004 - Europe - 826 pages
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Contents

An Introduction
1
Social Control and Forms of WorkingClass Sociability in French Industrial Towns between the MidNineteenth and the MidTwentieth Centuries
25
Control at the Workplace Paternalism Reinvented in Victorian Britain
70
Social Change Popular Movements and Social Control in Scandinavia 18641914
93
Social Control in Belgium The Catholic Factor
112
Priceless Children? Penitentiary Congresses Debating Childhood A Quest for Social Order in Europe 18461895
125
Caring or Controlling? The East End of London in the 1880s and 1890s
149
Community and Social Control An Enquiry into the Dutch Experience
167
Some Thoughts on Social Control in Totalitarian Society The Case of Nazi Germany
245
Social Control in Fascist Italy The Role of the Police
261
Violence Surveillance and Denunciation Social Cleavage in the Spanish Civil War and Francoism 19361950
281
Vichy France Police Forces and Policemen 19401944
301
Political Justice in the Netherlands The Instrumentalization of the Judicial System during the German Occupation 19401945
318
Policing Amsterdam during the German Occupation How Radical Was the Break?
330
Control and Consent in Eastern Europes Workers States 19451989 Some Reflections on Totalitarianism Social Organization and Social Control
343
Deviance Control and Democracy France 19502000
368

Control and Legitimacy The Police in Comparative Perspective since circa 1800
193
Policing the Poor in England and France 18501900
210
The Police Gender and Social Control German Servants in Dutch Towns 19181940
226
Bibliography
395
Index
441
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