Jude McCullochFriends of ISCI
Jude McCullochs research focuses on state terror, state violence and state crime. She has published more than fifty chapters and journal articles, three books, edited special editions of the journals and written for major newspapers and magazines. Her research and publishing spans police shootings, counter terrorism laws and policing, deaths in custody, neo-liberalism and the war on terror, (in)security, and the violence of incarceration. Her major contribution has been to describe, analyse and theorize the growing integration of national security and internal security and the police and military under conditions of neo-liberal globalization.
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28 Mar 2011
State Crime and Resistance
The capacity of state officials and state institutions to kill, maim, exploit, repress or cause widespread human...
31 Oct 2010
A Critical Introduction to Counter Terrorism and State Crime
State crime frequently masquerades as counter terrorism. Counter terrorism encompasses laws, police, security, and...