Whats Morality Got to Do With It? Some "Firsthand" Problems with Racial Profiling
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Articles on racial profiling written by moral philosophers, social and political philosophers, legal scholars, and criminal justice scholars often seem to neglect one of the most important existential and ethico-political feature of racial profiling policies: racial profiling stigmatizes and marginalizes those people who are subjected to it by law enforcement officers. In this paper I contend that once racial profiling policies are criticized on an ethico-political level, we can appreciate how racial profiling functions as an insidious means of policing and regulating supposedly problematic populations of people in the name of protecting public safety.
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Tunstall, Dwayne, "Whats Morality Got to Do With It? Some "Firsthand" Problems with Racial Profiling" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1031.
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