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On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

The topics were:

Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film 'Riot Went Wrong';

More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives Cambridge University

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On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

The topics were:

Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film 'Riot Went Wrong';

More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 6 - Commentary on the Film 'Riot Went Wrong'': Dexter Dias

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 6 - Commentary on the Film 'Riot Went Wrong'': Dexter Dias

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners' Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film 'Riot Went Wrong';

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

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    'The English Riots 2011: Part 5 - The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing': Loraine Gelsthorpe

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 5 - The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing': Loraine Gelsthorpe

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film ‘Riot Went Wrong’;

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

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    'The English Riots 2011: Part 4 - The Riots from Prisoners' Perspectives': Alison Liebling

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 4 - The Riots from Prisoners' Perspectives': Alison Liebling

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film ‘Riot Went Wrong’;

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 14 min
    'The English Riots 2011: Part 3 - The Riots and the Police': Lawrence Sherman

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 3 - The Riots and the Police': Lawrence Sherman

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film ‘Riot Went Wrong’;

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 14 min
    'The English Riots 2011: Part 2 - The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective': Ben Crewe

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 2 - The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective': Ben Crewe

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film ‘Riot Went Wrong’;

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

    • 14 min
    'The English Riots 2011: Part 1 - Introduction to the Topic': Friedrich Lösel

    'The English Riots 2011: Part 1 - Introduction to the Topic': Friedrich Lösel

    On Thursday 22nd March 2012, the Institute of Criminology at the University of Cambridge held a special public seminar which comprised a panel discussion based on the central topic of "The English Riots in 2011: A Discussion from Different Criminological Perspectives".

    The topics were:

    Part 1: Friedrich Lösel: Introduction to the Topic;
    Part 2: Ben Crewe: The Riots from a Socio-Cultural Perspective;
    Part 3: Lawrence Sherman: The Riots and the Police;
    Part 4: Alison Liebling: The Riots from Prisoners’ Perspectives;
    Part 5: Loraine Gelsthorpe: The Riots and Criminal Justice/Sentencing;
    Part 6: Dexter Dias: Commentary on the Film ‘Riot Went Wrong’;

    More information about this seminar, and the Institute generally, can be found at the IOC website at http://www.crim.cam.ac.uk/

    This entry provides an audio source for iTunes U.

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