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The policing of protest in contemporary democracies

Donatella Della Porta

The policing of protest in contemporary democracies

by Donatella Della Porta

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Published by European University Institute. Robert Schuman Centre in San Domenico .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDonatella Della Porta and Herbert Reiter.
SeriesEUI working paper / RSC -- 97/1
ContributionsReiter, Herbert.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17535339M

  Democracy Now: Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing Interview with Stuart Schrader, author of a book by the same name. Lessons and textbook critiques. The two agencies most active in providing this assistance, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Justice, are collaborating on ways to expand and disseminate information that can promote modern, democratic policing practices based on the rule of law, support international justice assistance, and help shape future policy.

Policing Protest The Control of Mass Demonstrations in Western Democracies The first international examination of how police respond to political protests. Challenging Authority The Historical Study of Contentious Politics An overview of the issues involved with understanding conflict in politics. Policing in Modern America By James F. Pastor, PH.D., J.D. J So much so that protests occurred in hundreds of cities, large and small, throughout the nation. He has a M.A. in Criminal Justice and a Ph.D. in Public Policy Analysis and is the author of three books and several articles relating to policing, security and public.

The questions and concerns addressed in this book cannot be evaluated in isolation from race and class, especially because the state finds many ways of making criminals out of its citizens. Racial disparities dominate all forms of policing in the United States, regardless of sex and income. Brooklyn College is an integral part of the civic, urban, and artistic energy of New York and uses the entire city as a living classroom that broadens our students' understanding of the world around them.


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Afterword by Gary T. Marx The first international examination of how police respond to political protests. The only resource to examine police interventions cross-nationally, this collection analyzes a wide array of policing styles.

In contemporary democracies, police departments have two different, often conflicting aims: keeping the peace and defending citizens’ right to protest.

This collection, the only resource to examine police interventions cross-nationally, analyzes a wide array of policing by: In contemporary democracies, police departments have two different, often conflicting aims: keeping the peace and defending citizens' right to protest.

This collection, the only resource to examine police interventions cross-nationally, analyzes a wide array of policing styles. Book Description In this book David Mansley argues that the frequency with which violence intrudes on to the streets is related to both how society is governed and how it is policed.

The origins of modern British policing are intimately related to changing perceptions and patterns of disorder and protest. There is a long-running debate in historical analyses of the early development of the police in Britain between those who stress the centrality of riot and disorder to it (e.g., Silver,), those who emphasize the role of everyday crime (e.g., Reith, ), and.

Abstract Public order policing, in particular the policing of protest, is increasingly complex, ambivalent and unpredictable. Contemporary large-scale protests, often an amalgam of diverse and. Description The way in which police handle political demonstrations is always potentially controversial.

In contemporary democracies, police departments have two different, often conflicting aims: keeping the peace and defending citizens' right to protest. This collection analyzes a wide array of policing styles. But a key element in policing modern protests should be ending the aggressive, military approach that has become the first response of many law enforcement agencies sincewhen protests.

book chapters and articles exploring the tensions between policing, citi- zenship rights, and democracy, and she is working on a book manuscript on the persistence of unlawful governance in democracies. Mary Rose Kubal is an Associate Professor of Political Science at.

Protests, Policing, and Race The current protest and unrest in the United States has highlighted the corrosive effects of racism, discrimination and injustice. These things have no place in societies and by standing together we can be part of the solution.

Policing Protest: The Control of Mass Demonstrations in Western Democracies (Social Movements, Protest, and Contention series) by Donatella della Porta.

The way in which police handle political demonstrations is always potentially controversial. of the articles in this book is that there has been a leavening of police response to protest, regardless of the country.

Rather than taking an adversarial The policing of protest has become more normalized. welcome mass demonstrations, in general they no longer arouse the degree.

In contemporary democracies, police departments have two different, often conflicting aims: keeping the peace and defending citizens' right to protest. This collection, the only resource to examine police interventions cross-nationally, analyzes a wide array of policing styles.

With the help of an innovative methodology, he quantifies and tests three variables – collective violence, democracy and protest policing – using protests in Great Britain in –, for his sampling frame. In contemporary democracies, police departments have two different, often conflicting aims: keeping the peace and defending citizens' right to protest.

This collection, the only resource to examine. This book examines the nature of protest and the way in which the police and state respond to the activities associated with this term.

Protest is explored within the context of the perceived decline in public engagement with recent general election contests.

It is often thought that protest is. Get this from a library. The policing of mass demonstration in contemporary democracies: the policing of protest in contemporary democracies. [Donatella Della Porta; Herbert Reiter; Robert Schuman Centre.]. Published just after stories of sexual exploitation and torture at Abu Ghraib prison came to light, Abolition Democracy covers the problem of international policing and human rights violations, and.

Abstract. Public order policing, in particular the policing of protest, is increasingly complex, ambivalent and unpredictable.

Contemporary large-scale protests, often an amalgam of diverse and diffuse affinity groups and agendas, represent considerable challenges for police. Contemporary protests. The present policing of political activism now recognizes positive legal rights since the Human Rights Act has encoded the European Convention on Human Rights into UK law.

the promisingly radical movement which pledged to fight the democratic ideal, Zed Books. A similar genre of unidentified, armed personnel clad in insignia-free uniforms has appeared policing street protests in Washington, D.C., in recent days, and Democratic.

Democratic policing is a multidimensional, multilevel, and contested concept rooted in political ideology. It is not singular or politically neutral.Get this from a library!

The policing of mass demonstration in contemporary democracies: policing, protest, and disorder in Britain. [Robert Reiner; Robert Schuman Centre.].