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Hypocrisy:The Tales and Realities of Drug Detainees in China
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Although the official propaganda surrounding the drug detainees in China is that of helping, educating, and saving them from their drug habits and the drug dealers who lure them into drug abuse, it is clear, according to Vincent Shing Cheng, that those who have gone through the rehabilitation system lost their trust in the Communist Party’s promise of help and consider it a failure. Based on first-hand information and established ideas in prison research, Hypocrisy gives an ethnographic account of reality and experiences of drug detainees in China and provides a glimpse into a population that is very hard to reach and study.
Vincent Shing Cheng is an assistant professor of social sciences at the Open University of Hong Kong, and a fellow of the Centre for Criminology at the University of Hong Kong. He is a contributor to Crime and the Chinese Dream published by Hong Kong University Press in 2018.
‘This book is highly original, meticulously researched, and insightful. The study comes to very informative conclusions that contrast empirical data with the way drug rehabilitation is displayed in the media and government propaganda. It is a must-read for scholars in prison studies, but should also be recommended to criminologists, political scientists, and lawyers.’ ―Saskia Hufnagel, Queen Mary University of London

‘The book is an excellent account of the state’s handling of drug abuse in China and convincingly argues that the institutions’ official purpose of helping the offenders is poorly served and largely hypocritical. A compelling study based on solid and in-depth empirical research.’ ―James D. Seymour, Columbia University

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