Black lives matter: the violence of Indigenous incarceration in Australia

Broadfield, Kirstie Lynn (2022) Black lives matter: the violence of Indigenous incarceration in Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Abstract

Kirstie Broadfield investigated the unequal relations of power between Indigenous Australians and the criminal justice system. She found that the unequal relations of power create a sense of 'deific authority' in criminal justice officers, resulting in them being more prone to inflicting symbolic, systemic, and subjective violence on Indigenous Australians.

Item ID: 75584
Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Indigenous Australians, violence, incarceration, necropolitics, necropower, criminal justice, deaths in custody, institutional racism, systemic racism, police brutality, prison, parole, mental health, reintegration
Copyright Information: Copyright © 2022 Kirstie Lynn Broadfield.
Date Deposited: 01 Aug 2022 01:37
FoR Codes: 45 INDIGENOUS STUDIES > 4505 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, society and community > 450508 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander criminology @ 30%
45 INDIGENOUS STUDIES > 4505 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, society and community > 450518 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the law @ 35%
45 INDIGENOUS STUDIES > 4505 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, society and community > 450523 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social work and social justice @ 35%
SEO Codes: 21 INDIGENOUS > 2101 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community services > 210199 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community services not elsewhere classified @ 50%
28 EXPANDING KNOWLEDGE > 2801 Expanding knowledge > 280114 Expanding knowledge in Indigenous studies @ 50%
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