Football Hooliganism In Europe: Security And Civil Liberties In The Balance

Hardcover | March 15, 2009

byAnastassia Tsoukala

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Providing the first EU-wide study of the way football hooliganism has been defined by academics, law makers and enforcers, and the media since the 1960s, this book examines the regulation and policing of the phenomenon, which has been influenced by security-related developments within post-bipolar Europe

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Providing the first EU-wide study of the way football hooliganism has been defined by academics, law makers and enforcers, and the media since the 1960s, this book examines the regulation and policing of the phenomenon, which has been influenced by security-related developments within post-bipolar Europe

ANASTASSIA TSOUKALA is Professor of Criminology in the Department of Sport Sciences at the University of Paris XI and Research Fellow at Paris V-Sorbonne University, France. Her research centres on the design and implementation of security policies in Europe with regard to football hooliganism, counterterrorism and immigration, and on...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:March 15, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230201148

ISBN - 13:9780230201149

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Table of Contents

Introduction
PART I: CLEAR CONTOURS (1965-1985)
Early Academic Theories
A Non-Specific Legal Framework
Divergent Policing Styles
The Social Construction of 'Otherness'
PART II: BLURRED BOUNDARIES (1985-1997)
The Vibrancy of the Academic Community
Paradoxical Legal Specificity
Convergent Policing Styles
The General Acceptance of 'Otherness'
PART III: SPLINTERED CONTOURS (1997-2008)
The Academic Community Runs out of Steam
Legal Vagueness
The Decompartmentalization of Policing
The Consensus Around Society
Notes
Bibliography