Outcasts, performers and true believers: Responsibilized subjects of criminal justice
Theoretical Criminology , Volume 18 - Issue 1 p. 5- 19
We draw on a field study of three drug treatment courts to show that responsibilization strategies create a paradox of bulimic exclusion and empowerment for individual subjects. By theorizing three different subjectivities emerging from our research sites (outcasts, performers and true believers), we show how subjects of intervention actively work to negotiate their own experiences of responsibilization.
|Drug treatment court, neoliberalism, responsibilization, social exclusion, specialized courts, subjectivity, theory|
|Organisation||Department of Law and Legal Studies|
Moore, D, & Hirai, H. (Hideyuki). (2014). Outcasts, performers and true believers: Responsibilized subjects of criminal justice. Theoretical Criminology, 18(1), 5–19. doi:10.1177/1362480613519287