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  1. Rioting in the UK and France

    Edited by David Waddington, Fabien Jobard

    The broad aim of this book is to provide a general basis for comparatively analysing and understanding the French riots of October/November 2005 and the corresponding Bristish disorders which occurred in the spring/summer of 2001. The first of the French riots broke out on 27 October in the north...

    To Be Published April 29th 2015 by Willan

  2. Policing Public Disorder

    By David Waddington

    This book draws on a wide range of studies of collective conflict and the policing of crowds and social movements to provide an understanding of the causes and management of public disorder. It seeks to describe and explain the processes by which the police interpret and respond to instances of...

    Published August 1st 2007 by Willan

  3. Out of the Ashes?

    The Social Impact of Industrial Contraction and Regeneration on Britain's Mining Communities

    By Chas Critcher, Bella Dicks, David Parry, David Waddington

    Series: Regions and Cities

    The long-term decline of the British coal industry has had serious and lasting implications for miners, their families and communities. Out of the Ashes? Presents an authoritative review of the history and current state of this process. Drawing on their own research in Nottinghamshire and South...

    Published April 25th 2001 by Routledge

  4. Contemporary Issues in Public Disorder

    A Comparative and Historical Approach

    By Dr David Waddington

    In a comparative study drawing on material from the United States and Britain, David Waddington examines how various types of industrial, political, urban and sectarian disorder occur. Contemporary Issues in Public Disorder critically appraises the theoretical approaches to understanding public...

    Published October 29th 1992 by Routledge

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