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Carceral Capitalism

MIT Press, 360, 17 x 11 cm

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The link between the phenomenon of racialized mass incarceration and debt economy

As Jackie Wang considers the debt as a form of unfreedom that is unequally distributed, she writes these essays wanting to show “how carceral techniques of the state are shaped by – and work in tandem with – the imperatives of global capitalism”. The essays discuss a wide range of topics, in particular two key themes: the connection between racism, capitalism and financialization, the manipulation of time in prison as it is a waiting limbo waiting to be judged.

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