Bandits, Brigands, and Militants: The Historical Sociology of Outlaws

Cayli Messina, Baris (2021) Bandits, Brigands, and Militants: The Historical Sociology of Outlaws. Journal of Historical Sociology, 34 (3). pp. 402-406. ISSN 0952-1909

Full content URL: https://doi.org/10.1002/johs.12338

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Abstract

Outlaws have been prominent actors in a social context which is characterized by collective dissent, conflict, and violence. Bandits, brigands, and militants emerged in societies with the decline of social justice, political stability, and economic prosperity. Their emergence and social networks with different actors and agencies provide us principal motives to deconstruct the social identity of outlaws and determine the factors that fostered collective dissent, conflict, and violence in different societies. This special issue covers a vast geography and different time periods to theoretically and methodologically advance our knowledge in the historical sociology of outlaws. In doing so, we address complex social, political, and cultural issues that rendered outlaws inextricable part of social problems. Exploring the power and activities of outlaws in different social geographies offers us new perspectives to tackle the origins and outcomes of social, political, and cultural dissent across the world.

Keywords:crime
Subjects:L Social studies > L300 Sociology
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:49775
Deposited On:16 Jun 2022 11:11

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