Kevin Walby

Articles

  • Walby, K., R. Lippert and Alex Luscombe. ‘Police Foundation Governance and Accountability: Corporate Interlocks and Private, Nonprofit Influence on Public Police’. Forthcoming with Criminology and Criminal Justice.
  • Lippert, R., K. Walby and M. Zaia. ‘Police Moonlighting and Gender Difference: Exploring Paid Detail Security for Men and Women Officers in North American Police Departments’. Forthcoming with Security Journal.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. ‘Corporatizing Security through Champions, Condos and Credentials’. Forthcoming with Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
  • Walby, K. and A. Luscombe. ‘Ethics Review and Freedom of Information Requests in Qualitative Research’. Forthcoming with Research Ethics.
  • Roziere, B., and Kevin Walby. ‘Police Militarization in Canada: Media Rhetoric and Operational Realities’. Forthcoming with Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice.
  • Ferguson, M., J. Piché, and K. Walby. ‘Representations of Detention and Other Pains of Law Enforcement in Police Museums in Ontario, Canada’. Forthcoming with Policing and Society.
  • Walby, K., A. Luscombe and R.K. Lippert. ‘Going to the Dogs? Police, Donations, and K9s’. Forthcoming with Policing: an International Journal of Police Strategies and Management.
  • Walby, K. and D. Spencer. ‘Tree Planting as Neo-Tribalism: Ritual, Risk Boundaries, and Group Effervescence’. Emotion, Space, & Society, 28: 60-66.
  • Luscombe, A., Walby, K. and J. Piché. 2018. ‘Making Punishment Memorialization Pay: Marketing, Networks, and Souvenirs at Small Penal History Museums in Canada’. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 42/3: 343-364.
  • Walby, K., R. Lippert and Alex Luscombe. 2018. ‘The Police Foundation's Rise: Implications for Public Policing's Dark Money’. British Journal of Criminology, 58/4: 824-844.
  • Walby, K., J. Piché, and B. Friesen. 2018. ‘Representing Wardens in Canadian Penal History Museums’. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 53: 1-8.
  • Roziere, B., and Kevin Walby. 2018. ‘Normalization and Expansion of Militarization of Public Police in Canada’. Critical Criminology, 26/1: 29-48.
  • Luscombe, A., K. Walby and R.K. Lippert. 2018. ‘Police-Sponsorship Networks: Benign Ties or Webs of Private Influence’. Policing and Society, 28/5: 553-569.
  • Walby, K. and S. Kohm. 2018. ‘Beyond Impact Facor Fetishism: Representing Justice in Criminal Justice and Criminology Journals’. Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 7: 206-231.
  • Monaghan, J. and K. Walby. 2018. ‘Hobocops: Undercovering Policing's Deceptive Encounters’. Criminological Encounters, 1/1: 7-19.
  • Shook, J., Justin Piché, and Kevin Walby. 2018. ‘Getting 'Beyond the Fence': Interrogating the Backstage Production, Marketing and Evaluation of CSC's Virtual Tour’. Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 7: 406-440.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2017. ‘Funneling through Foundations and Crime Stoppers: How Public Police Create and Span Inter-Organizational Public-Private Boundaries’. Policing and Society, 27/6: 602-619.
  • Luscombe, A., and K. Walby. 2017. ‘Theorizing Freedom of Information: the Live Archive, Obfuscation, and Actor-Network Theory’. Government Information Quarterly, 34/3: 379-397.
  • Walby, K. and A. Luscombe. 2017. ‘Criteria for Quality in Qualitative Research and Use of Freedom of Information Requests in Social Research’. Qualitative Research, 17/5: 537-553.
  • Luscombe, A., K. Walby and R.K. Lippert. 2017. ‘Brokering Access Beyond the Border and in the Wild: Comparing Freedom of Information Law and Policy in Canada and the United States’.Law & Policy, 39/3: 259-279.
  • Luscombe, A., K. Walby and R.K. Lippert. 2017. ‘Online Readers' Comments as Popular Texts: Publics Opinions of Paid Duty Policing in Canada’. Canadian Journal of Communication, 42/5: 756-765.
  • Walby, K. and R.K. Lippert. ‘Corporate Security in Film: Beyond the Little Green Shack out Back’. Security Journal, 30/4: 1134-1150.
  • Piché, J., S. Kleuskens, and Kevin Walby. 2017. ‘The Front and Back Stages of Carceral Expansion Marketing in Canada’. Contemporary Justice Review, 20/1: 26-50.
  • Walby, K. 2017. ‘Cyclonic Capitalist Development in Uranium City, Saskatchewan: a Counter-Visual Analysis’. Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 6: 199-229.
  • Monaghan, J. and K. Walby. 2017. ‘Surveillance of Environmental Movements in Canada: Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Petro-Security Apparatus’. Contemporary Justice Review, 20/1: 51-70.
  • Anais, S. and Kevin Walby. 2016. ‘Secrecy, Publicity and the Bomb: Nuclear Publics and Objects of the Nevada Test Site, 1951-1992’. Cultural Studies, 30/6: 949-968.
  • Chen, A., S. Fiander, K. Walby, and Justin Piché. 2016. ‘Captive and Captor at Canadian Penal History Museums’. Qualitative Sociology Review, 12/4: 22-42.
  • Kleuskens, S., Justin Piché, Kevin Walby and A. Chen. 2016. ‘Reconsidering the Boundaries of the Shadow Carceral State: an Analysis of the Symbiosis between Punishment and its Memorialization’. Theoretical Criminology, 20/4: 566-591.
  • Ferguson, M., K. Walby and J. Piché. 2016. ‘Tour Guide Styles at Penal Museums in Canada’. International Journal of Tourism Research, 18/5: 477-485.
  • Lippert, R., K. Walby and B. Wilkinson. 2016. ‘Spins, Stalls and Shutdowns: Pitfalls of Qualitative Policing and Security Research’. Qualitative Social Research, 17/1.
  • Lippert, R.K., K. Walby and P. Taylor. 2016. ‘Capital Exchanges, Security Networks, and User Pays Policing’. Criminology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, 17/2: 18-33.
  • Walby, K. and Justin Piché. 2016. ‘Making Meaning Out of Punishment: Penitentiary, Prison, Jail and Lock-up Museums in Canada’. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 57/4: 475-502.
  • Walby, K., B. Wilkinson and R. Lippert. 2016. ‘Legitimacy, Professionalization, and Expertise in Public Sector Corporate Security’. Policing and Society, 26/1: 38-54.
  • Fiander, S., A. Chen, J. Piché and K. Walby. 2016. ‘Critical Punishment Memorialization and Penal Museums in Canada’. Critical Criminology, 24/1: 1-18.
  • Walby, K. and Justin Piché. 2015. ‘On Visual Methods: Views from a Qualitative Study of Penal History Museums in Canada’. Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 5: 264-290.
  • Walby, K. and Justin Piché. 2015. ‘Staged Authenticity and Penal History Sites across Canada’. Tourist Studies, 15/3: 231-247.
  • Luscombe, A. and K. Walby. 2015. ‘High Policing and Access to Information’. Police Practice and Research, 16/6: 485-498.
  • Carrier, N. and K. Walby. 2015. ‘Is Biosocial Criminology a Predisposition not to Learn from the Social Sciences?’ Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 7/1: 96-108.
  • Carrier, N. and K. Walby. 2015. ‘For Sociological Reason: Crime, Criminalization, and the Poverty of Biosocial Criminology’. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 7/1: 73-82.
  • Walby, K. and R. Lippert. 2015. ‘The Difference that Homeland Security Makes: Municipal Corporate Security in Canada and the United States Compared’. Security Dialogue, 46/3: 238-255.
  • Walby, K. and R. Lippert. 2015. ‘Corporate Security and the US Department of War’s Plant Protection Service’s Interior Organization Unit 1917-1918’. Labor History, 56/2: 117-135.
  • Walby, K. and R. Lippert. 2014. ‘Community Safety Officers in Western Canada: Reassurance Policing as the Next British Invasion’. International Criminal Justice Review, 24/2: 345-359.
  • Walby, K., R. Lippert and Blair Wilkinson. 2014. ‘“The right people to do the right job…”: Legitimation Work of Municipal Corporate Security Personnel’. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 47/2: 259-275.
  • Walby, K. and Chris Hurl. 2014. ‘Policing Urban Natures: Conservation Officer Work in Ottawa and Toronto, Canada’. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38/4: 1476-1490.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Legal Knowledges, Municipal Corporate Security, and the Urban Problem Space’. Law and Social Inquiry, 39/3: 720-739.
  • Piché, J., B. Gaucher, and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Facilitating Prisoner Ethnography: An Alternative Approach to ‘Doing Prison Research Differently’’. Qualitative Inquiry, 20/4: 392-403.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. ‘Governing through Privacy: Liberal Govermentality, Privacy Law, and Privacy Knowledge’. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 12/2: 329-352.
  • Luscombe, A. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Occupy Ottawa and Conservation Officer Policing’. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 56/3: 295-322.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Marketization, Knowledge Work, and ‘Users Pay’ Policing in Canada’. British Journal of Criminology, 54/2: 260-280.
  • Hier, S. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Policy Mutations, Compliance Myths, and Re-Deployable Special Event Public Camera Surveillance in Canada’. Sociology, 48/1: 150-166.
  • Carrier, N. and K. Walby. 2014. ‘Ptolemizing Lombroso: the Pseudo-Revolution of Biosocial Criminology’. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, 6/1: 1-45.
  • Warren, I., R. Lippert, K. Walby and D. Palmer. 2013. ‘When the Profile becomes the Population: Comparing Privacy and Law Enforcement in Road Traffic Surveillance in Canada and Australia’. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25/2: 473-494.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2013. ‘Public Police and Paid Duty Moonlighting in Three Canadian Cities’. Policing: a Journal of Policy and Practice, 7/4: 370-378.
  • Walby, Kevin and S. Hier. 2013. ‘Business Improvement Associations and Public Area Video Surveillance in Canadian Cities’. Urban Studies, 50/10: 2102-2117.
  • Lippert, R., K. Walby and R. Steckle. 2013. ‘Multiplicities of Corporate Security: Identifying Emerging Types and Trends’. Security Journal, 26/3: 206-221.
  • Spencer, Dale and K. Walby. 2013. ‘Neo-Tribalism, Epistemic Cultures, and the Emotions of Scientific Knowledge Construction’. Emotion, Space and Society, 7/1: 54-61.
  • Walby, K. 2013. ‘Institutional Ethnography and Data Analysis: Making Sense of Data Dialogues’. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16/2: 141-154.
  • Smith, A, Anais, S. and K. Walby. 2012. ‘Self-Induced Water Intoxification in a Psychiatric Asylum: a Case Study of Diagnostic Categorization and Regulation’. Deviant Behavior, 33/4: 324-338.
  • Walby, K. and Randy Lippert. 2012. ‘The New Keys to the City: Uploading Corporate Security and Threat Discourse into Canadian Municipal Governments’. Crime, Law and Social Change, 58/4: 437-455.
  • Walby, K. and Seantel Anaïs. 2012. ‘Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC), Structures of Secrecy, and Ministerial Authorization after September 11’. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 27/3: 363-380.
  • Walby, K. and Michael Haan. 2012. ‘Caste Confusion and Census Enumeration in Colonial India, 1871-1921’. Histiore Sociale - Social History, 45/90: 301-318.
  • Lett, D., S. Hier, and K Walby. 2012. ‘Policy Legitimacy and Evaluation of City-Street Video Surveillance Programs in Canada’. Canadian Review of Sociology, 49/4: 328-349.
  • Monaghan, Jeffrey and K. Walby. 2012. ‘“… They Attacked the City”: Security Intelligence, the Sociology of Protest Policing, and the Anarchist Threat at the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit’. Current Sociology, 60/5: 653-671.
  • Monaghan, J. and K. Walby. 2012. ‘Making up ‘Terror Identities’: Security Intelligence and Canada’s Integrated Threat Assessment Centre’. Policing & Society,22/2: 133-151.
  • Walby, K. and R. Lippert. 2012. ‘Spatial Regulation and the Aesthetics of the City: Conservation Officer Policing of Homeless People in Ottawa, Canada’. Antipode, 44/3: 1015-1033.
  • Lippert, R. and K. Walby. 2012. ‘Municipal Corporate Security and the Intensification of Urban Surveillance’. Surveillance & Society, 9/3: 310-320.
  • Walby, K. and M. Larsen. 2012. ‘Access to Information and Freedom of Information Requests: Neglected Means of Data Production in the Social Sciences’. Qualitative Inquiry, 18/1: 31-42.
  • Walby, K. and M. Larsen. 2011. ‘Getting at the Live Archive: on Access to Information Research in Canada’. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 26/3: 623-634.
  • Walby, K. and Justin Piché. 2011. ‘The Polysemy of Punishment: Dark Tourism and Ontario’s Penal History Museums’. Punishment & Society, 13/4: 451-472.
  • Hier, S. and K. Walby. 2011. ‘Privacy Pragmatism and Streetscape Video Surveillance in Canada’. International Sociology, 26/6: 844-861.
  • Hier, S., D. Lett, K. Walby, and A. Smith. 2011. ‘Beyond Folk Devil Resistance: Linking Moral Panic and Moral Regulation’. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 11/3: 259-276. Re-printed in Social Constructionist Theories of Crime. 2015. Henry, S. (ed). UK: Ashgate.
  • Walby, K. and J. Monaghan. 2011. ‘Dark Side of the Security-Development Nexus: Canada’s role in the Securitization of Haiti, 2004-2009’. Alternatives, 36/4: 273-287.
  • Fiddler, J., A. Smith, K. Walby and S. Hier. 2011. ‘Risk, Politics, and Institutional Trust: Policy Rhetoric and the Men Who Have Sex with Men Blood Donor Deferral Policy in Canada’. Canadian Review of Sociology, 48/4: 369-389.
  • Walby, K. and J. Monaghan. 2011. ‘Private Eyes and Public Order: Policing and Surveillance in the Suppression of Animal Rights Activists in Canada’. Social Movement Studies, 10/1: 21-37.
  • Piché, J. and K. Walby. 2010. ‘Problematizing Carceral Tours’. British Journal of Criminology, 50/3: 570-581.
  • Walby, K. and N. Carrier. 2010. ‘The Rise of Biocriminology: Capturing Observable Bodily Economies of ‘Criminal Man’. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 10/3: 261-285.
  • Walby, K. 2010. ‘Interviews as Encounters: Issues of Sexuality and Reflexivity when Men Interview Men about Commercial Same Sex Relations’. Qualitative Research, 10/6: 639-657.
  • Lett, D., S. Hier and K. Walby. 2010. ‘CCTV Surveillance and the Civic Conversation: a Study in Public Sociology’. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 35/3: 437-462.
  • Walby, K. and J. Monaghan. 2010. ‘Policing Proliferation: on the Militarization of Police and Atomic Energy Canada Limited’s Nuclear Response Forces’. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 52/2: 117-145.
  • Walby, K. 2009. ‘“He asked me if I was looking for fags…” Ottawa’s National Capital Commission Conservation Officers and the Policing of Public Park Sex’. Surveillance & Society, 6/4: 367-379.
  • Walby, K. and A. Doyle. 2009. ‘‘Their Risks are My Risks’: On Shared Risk Epistemologies, including Altruistic Fear for Companion Animals’. Sociological Research Online, 14/4.
  • Walby, K. 2008. ‘Hunting for Harm: Knowledge Networks, Local Governance and the Ottawa Needle Hunters Program’. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 23/1: 154-171.
  • Hallgrimsdottir, H., R. Phillips, C. Benoit and K. Walby. 2008. ‘Sporting Girls, Streetwalkers, and Inmates of Houses of Ill-Repute: Media Narratives and the Historical Mutability of Prostitution Stigmas’. Sociological Perspectives, 51/1: 119-138.
  • Walby, K. 2007. ‘Contributions to a Post-Sovereigntist Understanding of Law: Foucault, Law as Governance, and Legal Pluralism’. Social & Legal Studies, 16/3: 551-571.
  • Walby, K. 2007. ‘On the Social Relations of Research: A Critical Assessment of Institutional Ethnography’. Qualitative Inquiry, 13/7: 1008-1030.
  • Walby, K. 2007. ‘Mode of Production versus Mode of Information: Marx, Poster, and an Argument for Anti-Capitalist Praxis’. Critical Sociology, 33/5: 887-912.
  • Hier, S., J. Greenberg, K. Walby, and D. Lett. 2007. ‘Media, Communication, and the Establishment of Public Camera Surveillance Programmes in Canada’. Media, Culture, and Society, 29/5: 727-751.
  • Walby, K. 2006. ‘Locating Televisual and Non-Televisual Textual Sequences with Institutional Ethnography: a Study of Campus and Apartment CCTV Security Work’. Culture and Organization, 13/2: 153-168.
  • Walby, K. 2006. ‘Little England? The Rise of Open-Street Closed Circuit Television Surveillance in Canada’. Surveillance and Society, 4/1: 29-51.
  • Hier, Sean P. and K. Walby. 2006. ‘Competing Analytical Paradigms in the Sociological Study of Racism in Canada’. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 38/1: 83-104.
  • Walby, K. 2006. ‘Risky Spaces, Algorithims, and Signifiers: Disappearing Bodies and the Prevalence of Racialization in Urban Camera Surveillance Procedures’. Topia: a Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 16, Fall: 73-90.
  • Walby, K. 2005. ‘Open-Street Camera Surveillance and Governance in Canada’. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice, 47/4: 655-683.
  • Walby, K. 2005. ‘Institutional Ethnography and Surveillance Studies: An Outline for Inquiry’. Surveillance and Society, 3/2-3: 158-172.
  • Walby, K. and S. Hier. 2005. ‘Risk Technologies and the Securitization of Post-9/11 Citizenship: The Case of National ID Cards in Canada’. Socialist Studies, 1/2: 5-30.
  • Walby, K. 2005. ‘How Closed-Circuit Television Surveillance Organizes the Social: an Institutional Ethnography’. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 30/2: 189-215. Re-printed in The Surveillance Studies Reader. 2007. Hier, S. and J. Greenberg (eds). UK: Open University Press.

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