Palgrave Dictionary of Public Order Policing, Protest and Political Violence

Editor/Author Joyce, Peter and Wain, Neil
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Ltd

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ISBN: 978-1-137-26975-1
Category: Social Sciences - Criminology & Law
Book Status: Available
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Protest and political violence are concerns of global importance in the twenty-first century. This dictionary brings together in one comprehensive volume a number of key issues relating to the conduct of protest and political violence and the response of the state and police to such activities.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • About the Authors
  • A
  • Animal rights protest groups
  • Anti-globalisation
  • Anti-globalisation movement
  • Anti-globalisation/anti-capitalist protests (UK)
  • Anti-globalisation/anti-capitalist protests (worldwide)
  • Anti-National Security Agency protests (Germany) 2013
  • Arab Spring (Arab world) 2010 onwards
  • August riots (England) 2011
  • Austerity protests (worldwide) 2010-13
  • B
  • Banlieue riots (Paris) 2005
  • Battle of the Beanfield (Wiltshire, England) 1985
  • Battle of the Bogside (Derry, Northern Ireland) 1969
  • Bloody Sunday (or the Bogside Massacre) (Derry, Northern Ireland) 1972
  • Bradford riots (Manningham, Bradford) 1995
  • Broadwater Farm Estate riots (Haringey, London) 1985
  • Building workers’ strike (England and Wales) 1972
  • Burntollet Bridge (Derry, Northern Ireland) 1969
  • C
  • Chicago Democratic National Convention riot (Chicago) 1968
  • Civil disobedience
  • Copycat riots (England) 1981
  • Counterculture protest
  • Counter-terrorism
  • D
  • Dale Farm evictions (Essex, England) 2011
  • Demonstrations
  • Direct action
  • ‘Dirty protest’ (Northern Ireland) 1978-81
  • E
  • English Defence League
  • Environmental protest groups
  • F
  • Fracking protests
  • Fuel crisis (Britain) 2000
  • G
  • G20 protests (London) 2009
  • Gdańsk Shipyard protests (Gdańsk, Poland) 1980-9
  • Greenham Common (Berkshire, England) 1981-2000
  • Grosvenor Square (London) 1968
  • H
  • Hactivism
  • Housing estate riots (England) 1991-2
  • I
  • Islamic terrorist groups
  • K
  • Kettling (containment)
  • L
  • Lewisham disorders (Lewisham, London) 1977
  • Live animal exports protests (England) 1994-5
  • Los Angeles riots (Los Angeles, California) 1992
  • M
  • Miners’ dispute (Britain) 1972
  • Miners’ dispute (Britain) 1973-4
  • Miners’ dispute (Britain) 1984-5
  • Monsanto protests (worldwide) 2013
  • N
  • Nationalist terrorist groups
  • News International dispute (Wapping, London) 1986
  • Northern Ireland: security policy during the ‘Troubles’
  • Notting Hill carnival riot (Notting Hill, London) 1976
  • Northern England town riots (Bradford, Oldham and Burnley) 2001
  • O
  • Occupy movement
  • P
  • Paramilitary policing (England and Wales)
  • Peace movement
  • Political policing
  • Post-Arab Spring
  • Protest Liaison Officers (England and Wales)
  • Protest songs
  • Provisional IRA
  • Public disorder theories and models
  • Public order legislation (England and Wales)
  • Public order policing (England and Wales)
  • Public order policing (France)
  • Pussy Riot protest (Moscow) 2012
  • R
  • Red Lion Square (London) 1974
  • Riot police
  • Riots
  • S
  • Self-immolation
  • Social media and the policing of protest and disorder (worldwide)
  • Southall disorders (Southall, London) 1979
  • States of emergency
  • Stockholm riots (Sweden) 2013
  • Student protests (England) 2010
  • Student riots (Paris) 1968
  • Subversion
  • T
  • Tea Party movement
  • Terrorism
  • Third force
  • Tiananmen Square protest (Beijing) 1976 and 1989
  • Trafalgar Square anti-Poll Tax rally (London) 1990
  • U
  • UK Uncut
  • Urban guerrilla groups
  • W
  • Walking (with a political purpose) (England) 1977 onwards
  • Whistleblowing (worldwide)
  • Workplace protest