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by Paul Bagguley

eBook Riotous Citizens: Ethnic Conflict in Multicultural Britain download ISBN: 0754646270
Author: Paul Bagguley
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 28, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 208
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. In 2001, Britain saw another summer of rioting in its cities, with violent uprisings in Oldham, Burnley and Bradford. This book explores the reasons for those riots and explains why they mark a new departure in Britain's racial politics. Riots involving racial factors are nothing new in Britain. Historically violent uprisings could be blamed on heavy policing of predominantly minority communities, but the riots of 2001 were more complex.

Dr Paul Bagguley is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Leeds. His books include: 'From Protest to Acquiescence?

Dr Paul Bagguley is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Leeds. His books include: 'From Protest to Acquiescence?

In 2001, Britain saw another summer of rioting in its cities, with violent uprisings in Oldham, Burnley and Bradford.

In 2001, Britain saw another summer of rioting in its cities, with violent uprisings in Oldham, Burnley and Bradford.

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by Paul Bagguley, Yasmin Hussain. It is a study of the major riots of 2001 in Bradford, which became infamous in part because of the severe penalties meted out to the so-called rioters. I do nonetheless recommend that people read it to look at the principles of effective policing nominated by the authors.

The authors of Riotous Citizens: Ethnic Conflict in Multicultural Britain make no such claim for their book, yet . Dr Paul Bagguley is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Leeds. His books include: 'From Protest to Acquiescence?

The authors of Riotous Citizens: Ethnic Conflict in Multicultural Britain make no such claim for their book, yet they would not be unjustified in doing s. f enough social scientists and their students read this brilliant book, it is at least possible that some of us will be able to prevent the shameful history of racism repeating itself next time the media spectacle. .

The authors of Riotous Citizens: Ethnic Conflict in Multicultural Britain make no such claim for their book, yet they would not be unjustified in doing s.If enough social scientists and their students read this brilliant book, it is at least possible that some of us will be able to prevent the shameful history of racism repeating itself next time the media spectacle. Times Higher Education Supplement 'Riotous Citizens impresses with its wide and varied range of scholarly references and detailed critical engagements with this literature, drawing directly on a considerable body of original data gathered by the authors, and carefully and subtly presented and analysed.

Bagguley, P. and Hussain, Y. (2008) Riotous Citizens: ethnic conflict in multicultural Britain, Aldershot, Ashgate, page 58. ^ BBC:Businessman jailed over Bradford riots. "Last Bradford rioter is sentenced", BBC, 21 December 2007, retrieved 21 December 2007. "Businessman jailed over Bradford riots".

In 2001, Britain saw another summer of rioting in its cities, with violent uprisings in Oldham, Burnley and Bradford. This book explores the reasons for those riots and explains why they mark a new departure in Britain's racial politics. Riots involving racial factors are nothing new in Britain. Historically violent uprisings could be blamed on heavy policing of predominantly minority communities, but the riots of 2001 were more complex. With elements of 1950s-style race riots and echoes of the 1980s riots which saw South Asians confronting the police as the adversary, the spread of unrest in 2001 was also clearly linked to poverty, unemployment and the involvement of the political far-right. Linking original empirical research conducted amongst the Pakistani community in Bradford with a sophisticated conceptual analysis, this book will be required reading for courses on race and ethnicity, social movements and policing public order.