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By Sarah Pickard

ISBN-10: 1137399317

ISBN-13: 9781137399311

ISBN-10: 1349485721

ISBN-13: 9781349485727

This entire, interdisciplinary assortment examines varied sorts of anti-social behaviour in Victorian and modern Britain, supplying a special comparability of the equipment that have been hired by means of governments to manage it.

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Whilst, in Central Africa, we reach the primitive condition of nature – the very zero of the civilized scale – absolute barbarism itself. (viii–ix) Mayhew’s pseudo-scientific calibration is striking for the matter-of-fact, and to us rather ridiculous, way it posits geography as the main factor in establishing differential evolution among peoples. But Mayhew had certainly been fascinated by the link between environment and social development. By the 1880s, Charles Booth was investigating similar social phenomena using a much more rigorous methodology.

A suite of orders and the expansion in the use of the fixed penalty fine were also designed to combat the disorder associated with public drunkenness in the night-time economy (Hadfield, 2006). The measures implemented were not limited to anti-social acts, with the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 targeting other forms of public space ‘abuse’ such as the abandoning of vehicles, littering in open spaces and leaflet distribution. To aid in the enforcement of these new rules the role of Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) was created by the Police Reform Act 2002 with many thousands of them employed to work with regular police officers in new neighbourhood policing teams, walking the beat to offer reassurance, collect information and enhance surveillance of ‘problem’ communities.

Whilst, in Central Africa, we reach the primitive condition of nature – the very zero of the civilized scale – absolute barbarism itself. (viii–ix) Mayhew’s pseudo-scientific calibration is striking for the matter-of-fact, and to us rather ridiculous, way it posits geography as the main factor in establishing differential evolution among peoples. But Mayhew had certainly been fascinated by the link between environment and social development. By the 1880s, Charles Booth was investigating similar social phenomena using a much more rigorous methodology.

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