Items where SHU Author is "Waddington, Dave"
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WADDINGTON, Dave (2013). A ‘kinder blue’: analysing the police management of the Sheffield anti-‘Lib Dem’ protest of March 2011. Policing and Society, 23 (1), 46-64.
GORRINGE, Hugo, ROSIE, Michael, WADDINGTON, Dave and KOMINOU, Margarita (2012). Facilitating ineffective protest? : the policing of the 2009 Edinburgh NATO protests. Policing and Society, 22 (2), 115-132.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2012). Émeutes en Grande-Bretagne et en France : une comparaison. Cités, 50 (2), 29-37.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2012). The law of moments : understanding the flashpoint that ignited the riots. Criminal Justice Matters, 87 (1), 6-7.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2011). Public order policing in South Yorkshire, 1984-2011: the case for a permissive approach to crowd control. Contemporary social science, 6 (3), 309-324.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2010). Applying the flashpoints model of public disorder to the 2001 Bradford riot. The British Journal of Criminology, 50 (2), 342-359.
WADDINGTON, Dave and KING, Mike (2009). Identifying common causes of UK and French riots occuring since the 1980's. The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice, 48 (3), 245-256.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2008). The madness of the mob? Explaining the ‘irrationality’ and destructiveness of crowd violence. Sociology Compass, 2 (2), 675-687.
WADDINGTON, Dave and KING, Mike (2007). The impact of the local: Police public-order strategies during the G8 justice and home affairs ministerial meetings. Mobilization, 12 (4), 417-430.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2007). Seattle and its aftershock : some implications for theory and practice. Policing, 1 (4), 380-389.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2005). ‘With a little help from our friends’: The role of new solidarities and alliances in the remaking of Warsop Vale. Capital and Class, 29 (3), 201-225.
KING, Mike and WADDINGTON, Dave (2005). Flashpoints revisited : a critical application to the policing of anti-globalization protest. Policing and Society, 15 (3), 255-282.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2004). ‘Making the Difference’ in Warsop Vale : the impact of government regeneration policy and community development on a Nottinghamshire ex-mining community. Social Policy and Society, 3 (1), 21-31.
KING, Mike and WADDINGTON, Dave (2004). Coping with disorder? : the changing relationship between police public order strategy and practice—a critical analysis of the Burnley Riot. Policing and Society, 14 (2), 118-137.
WADDINGTON, Dave and PARRY, D. (2003). Managing industrial decline: the lessons of a decade of research on industrial contraction and regeneration in Britain and other EU coal producing countries. Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. Transactions. Section A: Mining Technology, 112 (1), A47-A56.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2001). Trouble at the mill towns. The Psychologist, 14 (9), 454-455.
WADDINGTON, Dave (1998). Waddington versus Waddington : public order theory on trial. Theoretical Criminology, 2 (3), 373-394.
WADDINGTON, Dave, PARRY, D. and CRITCHER, C. (1998). Keeping the Red Flag Flying? A comparative study of two worker takeovers in the British deep coalmining industry, 1992-1996. Work, employment and society, 12 (2), 317-349.
PARRY, D., WADDINGTON, Dave and CRITCHER, C. (1997). Industrial relations in the privatized mining industry. British Journal Of Industrial Relations, 35 (2), 173-196.
WADDINGTON, Dave, DICKS, B. and CRITCHER, C. (1994). Community responses to pit closure in the post-strike era. Community development journal, 29 (2), 141-150.
CRITCHER, C., DICKS, B. and WADDINGTON, Dave (1992). Portrait of despair. New Statesman and Society, 5 (225), 16-17.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2013). Public order policing in South Yorkshire, 1984-2011: the case for a permissive approach to crowd control. In: DRURY, John and SCOTT, Clifford, (eds.) Crowds in the 21st century: perspectives from contemporary social science. Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences . London, Routledge.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2013). Urban riots in Europe, post-2000. In: SNOW, David A, DELLA PORTA, Donatella, KLANDERMANS, Bert and MCADAM, Doug, (eds.) The The Wiley-blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements. Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedias in Social Sciences . Chicester, John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
WADDINGTON, Dave and MCSEVENY, Kerry (2012). Terrorism and the risk society. In: BENNETT, Simon, (ed.) Innovative thinking in risk, crisis, and disaster management. Farnham, Surrey, Gower Publishing, 41-58.
MCSEVENY, Kerry and WADDINGTON, Dave (2011). Up close and personal : the interplay between information technology and human agency in the policing of the 2011 Sheffield Anti-Lib Dem protes. In: AKHGAR, Babak and YATES, Simeon, (eds.) Intelligence management : knowledge driven frameworks for combating terrorism and organized crime. Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing . Springer, 199-212.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2011). Policing the British G8 protests: a contextualized analysis. In: KNUTSSON, Johannes and MADENSEN, Tamara D., (eds.) Preventing crowd violence. Crime Prevention Studies (26). Boulder, Co., Lynne Rienner, 95-114.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2010). Approche comparative et pluridimensionnelle des émeutes en France et en Grande Bretagne. In: MUCCHIELLI , Laurent and CRETTIEZ, Xavier, (eds.) Les violences politiques en Europe : Un état des lieux. La Découverte , 177-194.
WADDINGTON, Dave, KING, Mike and JOBARD, Fabien (2009). Introduction and overview: the British and French riots. In: WADDINGTON, Dave, KING, Mike and JOBARD, Fabien, (eds.) Rioting in the UK and France : a comparative analysis. Cullompton, Devon, Willan, 3-12.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2009). A North American example: the 2001 Cincinnati riot and a subsequent peacemaking initiative,. In: WADDINGTON, Dave, (ed.) Rioting in the UK and France : a comparative analysis. Cullompton, Devon, Willan, 203-215.
WADDINGTON, Dave and KING, Mike (2009). Theoretical orientations: lessons of UK riots of the 1980s and 1990s. In: WADDINGTON, Dave, KING, Mike and JOBARD, Fabien, (eds.) Rioting in the UK and France : a comparative analysis. Cullompton, Devon, Willan, 13-26.
CRITCHER, Chas, PARRY, David and WADDINGTON, Dave (1999). Regulation, restructuring and regeneration in coalfields : three European cases. In: EDWARDS, Paul K and ELGER, Tony, (eds.) The global economy, national states and the regulation of labour. London, Routledge, 87-110.
WADDINGTON, Dave, CRITCHER, Chas and DICKS, Bella (1998). 'All jumbled up' : employed women with unemployed husbands. In: POPAY, Jennie, HEARN, Jeff and EDWARDS, Jeanette, (eds.) Men, gender divisions and welfare. London, Routledge, 231-256.
DICKS, Bella, WADDINGTON, Dave and CRITCHER, Chas (1998). Redundant men and overburdened women : local service providers and the construction of gender in ex-mining communities. In: POPAY, Jennie, HEARN, Jeff and EDWARDS, Jeanette, (eds.) Men, gender divisions and welfare. London, Routledge, 287-311.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2013). Coal, goals and ashes : Fryston Colliery's pursuit of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup. Pontefract, Route Publishing.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2007). Policing public disorder : theory and practice. Cullompton, Willan.
WADDINGTON, Dave (2003). Developing coalfields communities : breathing new life into Warsop Vale. Bristol, Policy Press.
WADDINGTON, Dave, CRITCHER, Chas, DICKS, Bella and PARRY, David (2001). Out of the ashes? : the social impact of industrial contraction and regeneration on Britain's mining communities. Regions and cities, 25 . London, Routledge.
WADDINGTON, Dave (1992). Contemporary issues in public disorder : a comparative and historical approach. London, Routledge.
WADDINGTON, Dave, WYKES, Maggie and CRITCHER, Chas (1991). Split at the seams? : community, continuity and change after the 1984-5 coal dispute. Milton Keynes, Open University Press.
WADDINGTON, Dave, JONES, Karen and CRITCHER, Chas (1989). Flashpoints : studies in public disorder. London, Routledge.
WADDINGTON, Dave, JOBARD, Fabian and KING, Mike, eds. (2009). Rioting in the UK and France: A comparative analysis. Cullompton, Devon, Willan .
CRITCHER, Chas, SCHUBERT, Klaus and WADDINGTON, Dave, eds. (1995). Regeneration of the coalfield area : Anglo-German perspectives. London, Pinter.