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The Anthropology of Crime and Criminalization
Annual Review of Anthropology
The ambiguity of the concept of crime is evident in the two strands of anthropological research covered in this review. One strand, the anthropology of criminalization, explores how state authorities, media, and citizen discourse define particular groups and practices as criminal, with prejudicial consequences. Examples are drawn from research on peasant rebellion, colonialism, youth, and racially or ethnically marked urban poor. The other strand traces ethnographic work on more or lessdoi:10.1146/annurev.anthro.36.081406.094316 fatcat:qsozpw5g6rbgzlxuyc5jub6ixu