ESRC Seminar Series: Governing Anti-Social Behaviour through Schooling, Parenting and the Family
- Date: Wednesday 16 January 2008, 10:00 – 16:30
- Location: University of Brighton
- Type: Seminars
- Cost: Free
This is the second seminar in the ESRC 'Governing through Anti-social Behaviour' series
This second seminar in the ESRC 'Governing through Anti-social Behaviour' series examined shifts in regulating behaviour within schools and the policing of young people through family and parenting support programmes.
It focused on the impact of the ASB agenda on young people and the regulation of families. It explored the use of parental compensation orders, parenting orders and contracts in relation to education and anti-social behaviour.
It considered the role of restorative justice initiatives in schools and whole school approaches to bullying and managing young people with behavioural difficulties.
- Seminar 2 Programme (PDF, 64KB)
- 'Family intervention projects: evaluation latest' - Sadie Parr and Judy Nixon (Powerpoint Presentation, 615KB)
- 'Researching on Gender and ASB' - Helen Carr (Powerpoint Presentation, 69KB)
- 'Child Governance as Industry' - Barry Goldson (Powerpoint Presentation, 173KB)
- 'Families and Parenting' - Amanda Holt and Rachel Condry (Powerpoint Presentation, 155KB)
- 'Schools and Schooling' - Carol Hayden and Denise Martin (Powerpoint Presentation, 191KB)
- 'Youth and Public Space' - Andrew Millie (Powerpoint Presentation, 1.02MB)
- Seminar 2 Report (PDF, 112KB)
University of Brighton.