ESRC Seminar Series: Diversity and Anti-Social Behaviour
- Date: Thursday 5 June 2008, 09:45 – 16:15
- Location: University of Birmingham
- Type: Seminars
- Cost: Free
The Fourth seminar in the ESRC 'Governing through Anti-social Behaviour' series
This fourth seminar in the ESRC 'Governing through Anti-social Behaviour' series analysed the interface between ASB and the policing of security, in the context of post-7/7 anti-terrorism concerns and government policies. It sought understandings of, and responses to, diversity and faith.
The seminar explored the cultural meanings of ASB and disorder, how different groups respond to them and the differential impact of interventions on different minority ethnic and social groups.
It also explored gender assumptions, dynamics and implications of ASB.
The seminar considered the connections (tensions and congruities) between ASB interventions and civil renewal processes. It explored links between the government's ASB and Diversity agendas for theory, policy and practice.
- Seminar 4 Programme (PDF, 92KB)
- Introduction to Seminar - David Prior (Powerpoint Presentation, 50KB)
- 'Governing the social: community cohesion, asylum seeking and the question of the stranger' - Gordon Hughes (PDF, 23KB)
- 'Equal respect? ASBOs and ethnic minorities' - Sarah Isal (Powerpoint Presentation, 278KB)
- 'Police strategies for engaging Muslim communities' - Basia Spalek (Powerpoint Presentation, 209KB)
- 'Gender, ASB powers and the regulation of on-street sex work' - Tracey Sagar (Powerpoint Presentation, 139KB)
- 'Anti-social behaviour and people with mental health problems' - Guy Wishart (Powerpoint Presentation, 53KB)
- 'Safety in diversity: responding to anti-social behaviour in areas with large minority ethnic populations' - David Prior (Powerpoint Presentation, 284KB)
- Seminar 4 Report (PDF, 107KB)
University of Birmingham.