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Politics and History
7-11   Shifting Modes of Governance: A Punitive Turn in American Social Policy?

 

Date: Friday, Sep 4, 10:15 AM  
Location: Meeting has passed. Consult Final Program for locations.
Chair: Christopher Howard
College of William & Mary, [email protected]

Author(s):
Governing the Poor: The Rise of the Neoliberal Paternalist State
Richard C. Fording
University of Kentucky, [email protected]
  Sanford F. Schram
  Bryn Mawr College, [email protected]
  Joe Soss
  University of Minnesota, [email protected]

From Shifting Modes of Governance to Transformed Civic Attitudes? Exploring Social Program Effects, 1970-2008
Suzanne Mettler
Cornell University, [email protected]

Punitive Governance in Education: The Strange Origins of No Child Left Behind
Jesse H. Rhodes
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, [email protected]

Experimenting with Punitive Tools: The Changing Governance of Crime Control
Vesla Mae Weaver
University of Virginia, [email protected]


Discussant(s): Christopher Howard
College of William & Mary, [email protected]
Paul Pierson
University of California, Berkeley, [email protected]
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