A Faceless Relationship
March 8, 2012
Individuality is a freedom given to every person, and each uses it to their discretion, in
attempts to either distinguish themselves from the crowd, or blend in. As populations grow it is
harder for each individual to
LSJ 480 Midterm # 2 Notes
-for course pack citations just give authors last name and page number
-one and only reason to do bibliographies is so the reader can find it
-if you are summarizing a general idea from a book or article give t
-do not need annotate bibliography with works cited
-have legitimate counterarguments
-Suzallo-HVs, in the allen south 3rd floor
-read out loud when done
-go for engaging introductions and engaging conclusions
-you can write in t
-Paper and Midterm due on March 8th
-Midterm 2 will cover stuff from the second half of the quarter
What affirmative roles might the police play in renewing and expanding beneficial
sociopolitical relations and instituitions?
Loader and Walker, Po
LSJ 375 Notes on Police Use of Force
Police Use of Force
What are some of the key laws, policies and procedures governing the police use of
How can we evaluate the police use of force?-Tennessee v Garner
RCW 9a. 16. 010
Anytime force is use
role of lying and deception in policing
meaningful distinction among different types of deception?
What can be done to improve policing integrity?
-Noble cause corruption: like Dirty Harry
good end in mind, by means of decepti
What are the nature and role of police discretion?
How much discretion
J.O. Wilson Dilemmas of Police Administration (1968)
-two key objectives of urban policing: order maintenance and law enforcement.
Law enforcement is basically unattainable
Unpacking the Profiling Controversy
What is relationship between profiling and various kinds of policing practices?
How can we arrive at an intellectually and morally sounds assessment of various kinds of
Risse and Zeckhauser Racial Prof
2/7/12-The Nature of Police-Citizen Encounters
What are some of the essential dimensions and dynamics of police-citzen encounter?
Roger Dunham, et al. Transforming Citizens into Suspects
Dunham and Alpert Office and Suspect Demeanor: A Qualitative Analysi
The Reality of Street Level Policing
-Peter K. Manning, Policing as Self-Audited Practice
What is the relation between academic understandings of policing and actual events at the
What is officer discretion, and h
The Nature of Modern Bureaucratic Power
How does bureaucracy translate predicaments into problems?
Gets cop to understand what they do and how they do that
They blame the oppression and not the people who look at the oppression
Have to be ready fo
Midterm now Take Home, 4 pages per answer
Professionalization and community disengagement
Local police department is made up of people who have a stake in what happensinformal, that is the model of local decentralized policing-problem is that peop
Weber and the Tragedy of Power
There are underlying sociohistorical realities that make up the foundation of politics
These realities exist apart from any specific policy or ideology
Webers focus is politics in the context of the modern stat
January 12,2012 Notes
How does the modern idea of human beings as subjects impact bureaucratic,
administrative and scientific paradise?
Foucault-The Political Technology of Individuals
Weber-Politics as a Vocation
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