(2004). Control and consent in Eastern Europe’s workers’ states, 1945-1989: some reflections on totalitarianism, social organization and social control.
In: Emsley, Clive; Johnson, Eric and Spierenburg, Pieter eds.
Social Control in Europe, Volume 2, 1800-2000.
Columbus, Ohio, USA: Ohio State University Press, pp. 343–367.
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The essays in part one of volume 2 explore the various means by which communities—generally working-class communities—in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe were subjected to forms of discipline in the workplace, by the church, and by philanthropic housing organizations. It notes also how the communities themselves generated their own forms of internal control. Part two of volume 2 focuses on various policing institutions, exploring in particular the question of how liberal and totalitarian regimes differed in their styles of control, repression, and surveillance.
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