10 Mar 2023 13:00 - 14:00 Syndics Room, 17 Mill Lane


Communication in Criminal Governance: The Role of Digital Tools

In Latin America, millions of urban residents live under some form of extra-legal governance. Daniel Rincon-Machon (Cambridge) will talk about how looking at digital communication may help us understand the capacity of criminal groups to enforce social order. He will discuss how the literature on criminal governance can be put into conversation with concepts developed in media studies, and his research plans to study this phenomenon both online and offline.

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