Jacques Donzelot’s ‘The policing of families’: Then and now
Keywords:families, surveillance, parenting, early intervention
Bourdieu, P. (1999). An impossible mission. In A. A. Pierre Bourdieu, Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson (Ed.), The weight of the world: Social suffering in contemporary society (pp. 189-202). Palo Alto CA: Stanford University Press.
Crossley, S. (2018). Troublemakers: The construction of ‘troubled families’ as a social problem. Bristol: Policy Press
Department of Social Welfare. (1986). Pūao-te-Āta-tū (Daybreak) Report of a Ministerial Advisory Committee on a Maōri Perspective for the Department of Social Welfare. Retrieved from Wellington: https://www.msd.govt.nz/documents/about-msd-and-our-work/publications-resources/archive/1988-puaoteatatu.pdf
Donzelot, J. (1979). The policing of families. Trans. R. Hurley. New York, NY: Pantheon
Featherstone, B., White, S., & Morris, K. (2014). Re-imagining child protection: Towards humane social work with families. Bristol Policy Press.
Gillies, V., Edwards, R., & Horsley, N. (2017). Challenging the politics of early intervention: Who's saving who's children and why? Bristol: Policy Press.
Jensen, T. (2018). Parenting the crisis. Bristol: Policy Press
Tyler, I. (2013a). Revolting Subjects: Social abjection and resistance in neoliberal Britain. London: Zed Books
Tyler, I. (2013b). The riots of the underclass? Stigmatisation, mediation and the government of poverty and disadvantage in neoliberal Britain. Sociological Research Online, 18(4), 1-10. Retrieved from http://www.socresonline.org.uk/18/4/6.html
Wastell, D. & White, S. (2017). Blinded by science: The social implications of epigenetics and neuroscience. Bristol: Policy Press
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2018 Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:
By completing the online submission process, you confirm you accept this agreement. The following is the entire agreement between you and the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers (ANZASW) and it may be modified only in writing.
You and any co-authors
If you are completing this agreement on behalf of co-authors, you confirm that you are acting on their behalf with their knowledge.
By submitting the work you are:
- granting the ANZASW the right of first publication of this work;
- confirming that the work is original; and
- confirming that the work has not been published in any other form.
Once published, you are free to use the final, accepted version in any way, as outlined below under Copyright.
You assign copyright in the final, accepted version of your article to the ANZASW. You and any co-authors of the article retain the right to be identified as authors of the work.
The ANZASW will publish the final, accepted manuscript under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY 4.0). This licence allows anyone – including you – to share, copy, distribute, transmit, adapt and make commercial use of the work without needing additional permission, provided appropriate attribution is made to the original author or source.
A human-readable summary of the licence is available from http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0, which includes a link to the full licence text.
Under this licence you can use the final, published version of the article freely – such as depositing a copy in your institutional research repository, uploading a copy to your profile on an academic networking site or including it in a different publication, such as a collection of articles on a topic or in conference proceedings – provided that original publication in Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work is acknowledged.
This agreement has no effect on any pre-publication versions or elements, which remain entirely yours, and to which we claim no right.
Reviewers hold copyright in their own comments and should not be further copied in any way without their permission.
The copyright of others
If your article includes the copyright material of others (e.g. graphs, diagrams etc.), you confirm that your use either:
- falls within the limits of fair dealing for the purposes of criticism and review or fair use; OR
- that you have gained permission from the rights holder for publication in an open access journal.