Items where SHU Author is "Flint, John F"
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BALL, Emily, BATTY, Elaine and FLINT, John F (2015). Intensive family intervention and the problem figuration of 'troubled families'. Social Policy and Society. (In Press)
BATTY, Elaine and FLINT, John F (2013). Talking ‘bout poor folks (thinking ‘bout my folks): Perspectives on comparative poverty in working class households. International Journal of Housing Policy, 13 (1), 1-16.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2012). The English City Riots of 2011, "Broken Britain" and the retreat into the present. Sociological research online, 17 (3), p. 20.
POWELL, Ryan and FLINT, John F (2009). (In)formalization and the civilizing process : applying the work of Norbert Elias to housing-based anti-social behaviour interventions in the UK. Housing, Theory and Society, 26 (3), 159-178.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2014). Anti-social behaviour and 'civilizing' regulation in the British city : comparing Victorian and contemporary eras. In: PICKARD, Sarah, (ed.) Anti-social behaviour in Britain : Victorian and contemporary perspectives. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 42-52.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2014). 'We've got the equivalent of Passchendaele' : sectarianism, football and urban disorder in Scotland. In: HOPKINS, Matt and TREADWELL, James, (eds.) Football hooliganism, fan behaviour and crime : contemporary issues. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 71-91.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2013). Individualization and social dis/integration in contemporary society : a comparative note on Zygmunt Bauman and Norbert Elias. In: DEPELTEAU, Francois and LANDINI, Tatiana Savoia, (eds.) Norbert Elias and social theory. London, Palgrave Macmillan, 261-274.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2013). Scottish Enlightenment and the sectarianism civilising offensive. In: FLINT, John F and KELLY, John, (eds.) Bigotry, football and Scotland : perspectives and debates. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press.
BATTY, Elaine and FLINT, John F (2012). Conceptualising the contexts, mechanisms and outcomes of intensive family intervention. Social Policy and Society, 11 (3), 345-358.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2011). ‘They sing that song’: sectarianism and conduct in the informalised spaces of Scottish football. In: BURDSEY, Daniel, (ed.) Race, ethnicity and football : persisting debates and emergent issues. London, Routledge, 191-206.
FLINT, John F and POWELL, Ryan (2009). Civilising offensives : education, football and 'eradicating' sectarianism in Scotland. In: MILLIE, Andrew, (ed.) Securing respect : behavioural expectations and anti-social behaviour in the UK. Policy Press, 219-238.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Active Citizenship in the Governance of anti-social behaviour in the UK: exploring the non-reporting of incidents. People, Place and Policy Online, 1 (2), 69-79.
CASEY, Rionach and FLINT, John F (2008). Governing through Localism, Contract and Community: Evidence from Anti-social Behaviour Strategies in Scotland. In: ASBO nation: The criminalisation of nuisance. Bristol, Policy Press.
HIRST, J., FORMBY, E., PARR, S., NIXON, J., HUNTER, C. and FLINT, J. F (2007). An evaluation of two initiatives to reward young people. Project Report. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
FLINT, J. and NIXON, J. (2006). Governing neighbours: anti-social behaviour orders and new forms of regulating conduct in the UK. Urban studies, 43 (5/6), 939-955.
FLINT, J. F. (2006). Maintaining an arms length? Housing, community governance and the management of 'problematic' populations. Housing studies, 21 (2), 171-186.
FLINT, J. F. (2004). Reconfiguring agency and responsibility in the governance of social housing in Scotland. Urban studies, 41 (1), 151-172.
FLINT, J. F. (2003). Housing and ethopolitics: constructing identities of active consumption and responsible community. Economy and society, 32 (4), 611-629.
FLINT, J. F. (2002). Social housing agencies and the governance of anti-social behaviour. Housing studies, 17 (4), 619-637.