Dear Colleagues  --interesting article by Professor Joh, a pioneering lawyer-social scientist with a long time interest in the area. See also the NYT series on privacy. Wear gloves! Cheers, Gary


Recent Articles:

Keith Guzik and Gary T. Marx   “Politics, Policy and Crime Ethnography”  Oxford University Handbook on Ethnographies of Crime and Criminal Justice, forthcoming

Gary T. Marx, “Bentham on Modern Social Control: Prescient, Clairvoyant and More” International Criminal Justice Review, forthcoming

Gary T. Marx, “A less Perfect But Freer Society?” European Data Protection Law Review, vol. 4:44:4                                                                               

Gary T. Marx, Inside the Tent: Some Reflections on Working for the 1967 Kerner Commission” longer version of a paper written for  R. Shellow, D. Boesel, D. Sears and G.T. Marx, The Harvest of American Racism (University of Michigan Press, 2018)   

Pat Gillham, “Changes in the Policing of Civil Disorders Since the Kerner Report: The Police Response to Ferguson, August 2014, and Some Implications for the Twenty-First Century The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, vol. 4 no. 6, 2018.

Gary T. Marx, “Where does the truth lie, or does it? Varieties of Verite”. Introduction for Kam C. Wong, Public Order Policing in Hong Kong –The Mongkok Riot, Palgrave, 2018.

Keith Guzik and Gary T. Marx  “Global Security Surveillance”   (forthcoming  Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice)

Gary T. Marx and Keith Guzik   “The uncertainty principle Qualification, contingency and fluidity in technology and social control”

BOOK REVIEW: Jan Goldman and Susan Maret  “Intelligence and Information Policy for National Security”. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield,

Gary T. Marx, “What’s It All About? Reflections on Meaning in a Career” What's It All About? Reflections on Meaning in a Career  In R. Darling and P. Stein, Sociological Lives, 2017



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