Riot, Unrest and Protest on the Global Stage

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1. Exploring the Global Stage: Globalisation, Riots, Unrest and Protest; Francis Pakes and David Pritchard 2. Policing Political Protest: Lessons of Best Practice from a Major English City; David Waddington 3. Mobs versus Markets: Bristol's Tesco Riot; Matthew Clement 4. Language of the Unheard: Riots in Popular Culture; Diana Bretherick 5. 'Innocence charged with guilt': The Criminalisation of Protest from Peterloo to 'Millbank'; Nadine El-Enany 6. The English Riots of 2011: Misreading the Signs on the Road to the Society of Enemies; Steve Hall and Simon Winlow 7. Inequality Constitutes a Particular Place; Danny Dorling with Carl Lee 8. Riots in France: Political, Proto-political or Anti-political Turmoils?; Fabien Jobard 9. The Ritual of Insurrection and the 'thrill seeking youth': An Instant Ethnography of Inner City Riots in Germany; Laura Naegler 10. Greece: Social Unrest against Neoliberalism and Austerity; Panagiotis Sotiris 11. Unrest and Inequalities: Comparing Welfare States; David Pritchard 12. The Criminalization of Zuccotti Park and its Lessons for the UK Riots; David C. Brotherton 13. A Political Economy of the Food Riot; Raj Patel and Philip McMichael. 14. Enter the Land Grab Riot?; Francis Pakes 15. Policing the Arab Spring: Discordant Discourses of Protest and Intervention; Roxane Farmanfarmaian 16. From #Occupy to #IdleNoMore: Rethinking Space, Settler Consciousness and Erasures within the 99%; Konstantin Kilibarda
In this collection, leading international scholars examine riots and protest in a range of countries and contexts, exploring the major social transformations of rioting and the changing dynamics, interpretation and potency of unrest in a globalised era.
Autor: David Pritchard
Edited By David Pritchard and Francis Pakes

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Autor: David Pritchard
ISBN-13 :: 9781137305510
ISBN: 1137305517
Erscheinungsjahr: 31.10.2014
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 542g
Seiten: 333
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 223x140x24 mm, XIV, 333 p.
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