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By Marta Bolognani

ISBN-10: 1845118332

ISBN-13: 9781845118334

The Britain of the early twenty-first century has develop into fed on via heightened matters approximately violent crime and terrorism relating to Muslim groups within the West. the following Marta Bolognani fills an immense hole in criminology and diaspora stories via an exhaustive research into crime between British Pakistanis. via certain ethnographic remark and interview facts, Bolognani indicates how Bradford Pakistanis’ perceptions of crime and regulate are a mix of the formal and casual, or British and ‘traditional’ Pakistani, which are now not separable within the diasporic context. She additionally examines neighborhood and nationwide country guidelines which are geared to combating crime and indicates how crime involves be understood by way of members in addition to institutional actors. supplying a counterpoint to the ‘taboo’ of speaking approximately crime and race in cultural phrases, Crime and Muslim Britain is key for all these drawn to criminology, ethnicity and the predicaments of Muslim groups today.

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Anthropological research by Lien (2005) is pivoted around this. 4 The Anthropological Gaze: Lien’s Ethnography of Deviance While studies by Mawby and Batta and by Macey have focused on ecological factors behind patterns of deviance amongst Bradford Pakistanis, Lien’s study provides us with a description of these very patterns. Lien’s study was based in Oslo, and benefits from the author’s 20 years’ research on Pakistan and its Norwegian diaspora. Lien, as a member of the European network for the study of gangs, is interested in providing an investigation that highlights the intersection of general gang traits and the specificities of the ‘Pakistani gang’.

Alexander very openly criticises the ‘race relations industry’ and especially anthropologists for ‘disguising [their] voice as the legitimate voice of the other’ (Alexander 2000:225). e. music] continue to be imbued with an exoticised, othered status in the West and our primary goal has been to break out of the Orientalist tradition of making knowable these cultural productions for an ever-eager academic audience and other agencies of control . . We recognise interest in a sociology of South Asian culture in Britain, and especially youth cultures, as having close ideological connections with the disciplines of command that police inner-urban neighbourhoods, close down Black clubs, collude in immigration control and so on.

Getting to know each other through one’s family status as portrayed by one’s parents in relation to the background in Bangladesh is also considered important (ibid). Ethnicity is also described as one of the axes of alliance for the making of peer groups, as much as age, gender, territory, history, geography and personality (ibid:166). Ultimately, culture seems to make its way into The Asian Gang. Even more clearly: 16 Crime and Muslim Britain There is a need to reassert the constitutive nature of structure in the formation of cultural identities, the play of power and history, but also to recognize the only partial circumscription of marginal identities, the potential for disruption and the imagination of ‘Other’ sensibilities and alliances .

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