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LEADER 00000cam 2200000 i 4500 001 793221791 003 OCoLC 005 20130823153806.0 008 120512s2012 enk b 001 0 eng 010 2012018833 020 9780521768412 020 0521768411 035 (OCoLC)793221791 040 DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dYDX|dBTCTA|dUKMGB|dYDXCP|dOCLCO|dYNK |dCDX|dPUL|dLOA|dOCLCO|dOCLCQ 042 pcc 043 e------|ad------ 049 CCXC 050 00 JC585|b.T483 2012 100 1 Thomas, Martin,|d1964- 245 10 Violence and colonial order :|bpolice, workers and protest in the European colonial empires, 1918-1940 /|cMartin Thomas. 264 1 Cambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c2012. 300 xii, 527 pages ;|c24 cm. 336 text|btxt|2rdacontent 337 unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 338 volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 490 1 Critical perspectives on empire 504 Includes bibliographical references (pages 459-516) and index. 505 0 Introduction: Violence and colonial order -- Part I. Ideas and Practices: 1. Colonial policing: a discursive framework -- 2. 'What did you do in the colonial police force, daddy?' -- 3. 'Paying the butcher's bill': policing British colonial protest after 1918 -- Part II. Colonial Case Studies: British, French and Belgian: 4. Communal policing, policing work, or intelligence gathering? Gendarmes at work in Morocco and Algeria after 1918 -- 5. Policing Tunisia: mineworkers, fellahs and nationalist protest -- 6. Rubber, coolies and communists: policing disorder in French Vietnam -- 7. Stuck together? Rubber production, labour regulation and policing in British Malaya -- 8. Caning the workers? Policing and violence in Jamaica's sugar industry -- 9. Oil and order: repressive violence in Trinidad's oilfields -- 10. Profits, privatization and police: the birth of Sierra Leone's diamond industry -- 11. Policing and politics in Nigeria: the political economy of indirect rule, 1929-39 -- 12. Depression and revolt: policing the Belgian Congo -- Conclusion. 520 "This is a pioneering, multi-empire account of the relationship between the politics of imperial repression and the economic structures of European colonies between the two World Wars. Ranging across colonial Africa, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean, Martin Thomas explores the structure of local police forces, their involvement in colonial labour control and the containment of uprisings and dissent. His work sheds new light on broader trends in the direction and intent of colonial state repression. It shows that the management of colonial economies, particularly in crisis conditions, took precedence over individual imperial powers' particular methods of rule in determining the forms and functions of colonial police actions. The politics of colonial labour thus became central to police work, with the depression years marking a watershed not only in local economic conditions but also in the breakdown of the European colonial order more generally" -- provided by publisher. 650 0 Political persecution|zDeveloping countries|xHistory|y20th century. 650 0 Protest movements|zDeveloping countries|xHistory|y20th century. 651 0 Europe|xColonies|xAdministration|xHistory|y20th century. 830 0 Critical perspectives on empire. 856 41 |uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1210/ 2012018833-t.html|zview table of contents 910 sp 201309
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