Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots

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Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. / Banakar, Reza; Lort Phillips, Alexandra.

Law, Society and Community. red. / Richard Nobles; David Schiff. Ashgate, 2014. s. 169-186.

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Banakar, R & Lort Phillips, A 2014, Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. i R Nobles & D Schiff (red), Law, Society and Community. Ashgate, s. 169-186.

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Banakar, R., & Lort Phillips, A. (2014). Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. I R. Nobles, & D. Schiff (Red.), Law, Society and Community (s. 169-186). Ashgate.

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Banakar R, Lort Phillips A. 2014. Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. Nobles R, Schiff D, redaktörer. I Law, Society and Community. Ashgate. s. 169-186.

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Banakar, Reza och Alexandra Lort Phillips "Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots". och Nobles, Richard Schiff, David (redaktörer). Law, Society and Community. Ashgate. 2014, 169-186.

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Banakar R, Lort Phillips A. Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. I Nobles R, Schiff D, redaktörer, Law, Society and Community. Ashgate. 2014. s. 169-186

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Banakar, Reza ; Lort Phillips, Alexandra. / Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots. Law, Society and Community. redaktör / Richard Nobles ; David Schiff. Ashgate, 2014. s. 169-186

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TY - CHAP

T1 - Law, Community and the 2011 London Riots

AU - Banakar, Reza

AU - Lort Phillips, Alexandra

N1 - Can local communities on the margins of society be charged with the responsibility of maintaining their own social order? What type of law (if any) can bring social order to these communities? Using semi-structured interviews with social workers, police officers, lawyers and other professionals familiar with the Tottenham riots, this chapter offers an inside view into what community means in a rundown London suburb and how it is linked to law, justice, social order and identity. The interviews will help us to tease out the empirical complexity of the interplay between the public political discourse on community, the everyday reality of those who live and work in areas such as Tottenham and social order. They will also allow us to explore Roger Cotterrell’s idea of community as a source of self-governance and law.

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - Can local communities on the margins of society be charged with the responsibility of maintaining their own social order? What type of law (if any) can bring social order to these communities? Using semi-structured interviews with social workers, police officers, lawyers and other professionals familiar with the Tottenham riots, this chapter offers an inside view into what community means in a rundown London suburb and how it is linked to law, justice, social order and identity. The interviews will help us to tease out the empirical complexity of the interplay between the public political discourse on community, the everyday reality of those who live and work in areas such as Tottenham and social order. They will also allow us to explore Roger Cotterrell’s idea of community as a source of self-governance and law.

AB - Can local communities on the margins of society be charged with the responsibility of maintaining their own social order? What type of law (if any) can bring social order to these communities? Using semi-structured interviews with social workers, police officers, lawyers and other professionals familiar with the Tottenham riots, this chapter offers an inside view into what community means in a rundown London suburb and how it is linked to law, justice, social order and identity. The interviews will help us to tease out the empirical complexity of the interplay between the public political discourse on community, the everyday reality of those who live and work in areas such as Tottenham and social order. They will also allow us to explore Roger Cotterrell’s idea of community as a source of self-governance and law.

KW - London riots

KW - law

KW - community

KW - trust

KW - identity

KW - hyperindividualism

KW - civil society

KW - regulation

KW - late modernity

KW - consumerism

KW - social movements

KW - cosmopolitanism

KW - Sociology of law

M3 - Book chapter

SN - 978-1-4724-0982-9

SP - 169

EP - 186

BT - Law, Society and Community

A2 - Nobles, Richard

A2 - Schiff, David

PB - Ashgate

ER -