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Introduction PART I: APPROACHING THE CAMP 1. Naked Life 2. Entrenched spaces 3. The camp as discipline, control and terror PART II: A TALE OF TWO CAMPS 4. From refugee camps to gated communities 5. From rape camps to the party zone 6. From terror to the politics of security PART III: CONSEQUENCES 7. Sociology after the camp 8. Ethics after the camp
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Camps -- Social aspects.