The Policing of Transnational Protest
The contributions collected in this volume address some of the main hypotheses developed in the social sciences to explain police behaviour, focusing on the specific challenges presented by transnational protest and the global justice movement.
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The G8 at Genoa and its Aftermath
The Policing of Transnational Protest in Canada
Aspects of the New Penology in the Police Response to Major
Negotiating Political Protest in Gothenburg and Copenhagen
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