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Drugsbeleid en nationale cultuur

Tijdschrift Justitiële verkenningen, Aflevering 01 2006
Trefwoorden Drug, Auteur, Model, Gebruiker, Identiteit, Bedreiging, Dwang, Idee, Illegaal, Vertegenwoordiging
Auteurs Haen-Marshall, I.

Haen-Marshall, I.
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Het kind als consument

Tijdschrift Justitiële verkenningen, Aflevering 05 2005
Trefwoorden Kind, Ouders, Consument, Merk, Aankoop, Huishouden, Inkomen, Aansprakelijkheid, Broer, Grootouder
Auteurs Sikkema, P.

Sikkema, P.
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Het kindbeeld in het Verdrag inzake de Rechten van het Kind

Tijdschrift Justitiële verkenningen, Aflevering 05 2005
Trefwoorden Kind, Ouders, Verdrag, Opvoeding, Kindermishandeling, Ouderschap, Aansprakelijkheid, Geweld, Onderwijs, Tussenkomst
Auteurs Willems, J.C.M.

Willems, J.C.M.

    This paper advances a ‘nodal governance’ perspective, which understands the delivery of security as being accomplished through the thinking and practices of various ‘nodes’ or entities characterized by ways of thinking about problems and influencing events. In this light, policing should be understood sociologically as involving the activities of state and non-state entities (e.g. corporations and well-resourced communities) as well as the public police. The authors argue that it is essential for police to recognize the nodal world within which they live and to locate themselves within ‘nodal assemblages’ for the delivery of security. As illustrations, the paper discusses two practical projects devoted to exploring nodal security governance arrangements in the country contexts of South Africa and Australia. The authors add that the question of what precisely nodal policing can or should look like in concrete terms is an empirical matter to be resolved within site-specific contexts.


J. Wood
Prof. Jennifer Wood is als hoogleraar verbonden aan het Department of Criminal Justice van de Australische Temple University.

C.D. Shearing
Prof. Clifford Shearing is hoogleraar bij het Centre of Criminology van de University of Cape Town, Zuid-Afrika.

    This article focuses on the question whether the nodal governance perspective is a useful and insightful instrument to analyse the growing involvement and responsibilities of a multitude of public and private actors in creating public safety and security. Subsequently the author applies the basics of nodal governance to experiences with local security networks in the Netherlands. His conclusion is that the nodal governance perspective has a number of shortcomings. One of these is an underestimation of the crucial role of the police in local security networks. Also, important obstacles to civilian participation in security networks are overlooked. Moreover, the nodal governance thinking doesn't deal with the problem of democratic control of private actors involved in security networks and the absence of guarantees that they will pursue security not only for themselves but for the community as a whole.


J. Terpstra
Dr. Jan Terpstra is verbonden aan het Criminologisch Instituut van de Radboud Universiteit in Nijmegen.
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Tijdschrift Justitiële verkenningen, Aflevering 2 2009
Auteurs M.P.C. Scheepmaker

M.P.C. Scheepmaker

    In the past few years, an increasing number of Private Security Companies (PSCs) - also sometimes referred to as Private Military Companies (PMCs) - have emerged offering and conducting anti-piracy services. These companies offer services in addition to security provided by states and their government agencies. PSCs are today hired to provide anti-piracy services in different parts of the world, but mostly in strategically important waterways where piracy is a serious security concern. This article examines the employment of PSCs in two such waterways, namely the Malacca Straits and the Gulf of Aden, and discusses the risks, challenges and benefits of privatising maritime security.


C. Liss
Carolin Liss is als onderzoeker verbonden aan het Asia Research Center van de Murdoch University in Perth, Australië.
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