Presentation on theme: "ESRC Seminar Series: ‘Governing Through Anti-Social Behaviour’ Adam Crawford and David Prior."— Presentation transcript:
ESRC Seminar Series: ‘Governing Through Anti-Social Behaviour’ Adam Crawford and David Prior
Series Steering Committee: Sarah Blandy (University of Leeds) Adam Crawford (University of Leeds) John Flint (Sheffield Hallam University) Gordon Hughes (Cardiff University & British Society of Criminology) Andy Mills (Safer Leeds & National Community Safety Network) Stephen Moore (Anglia Ruskin University) Judy Nixon (Sheffield Hallam University) David Prior (University of Birmingham) Peter Squires (Brighton University) Series Administrator: Anna Barker based at the CCJS, University of Leeds
Series Aims a)To bring together research evidence from contemporary studies of anti-social behaviour and its regulation in a systematic and cross-cutting forum; b)To draw insights and experiences from practice and innovation; c)To exchange findings and experiences, as well as emerging ideas, innovations and insights; d)To foster inter-disciplinary cross-fertilisation, knowledge transfer and networks of researchers and practitioners; e)To draw comparative lessons from within and between parts of the UK as well as European and other international experiences; f)To facilitate a dialogue and exchange between researchers, practitioners and policy-makers, notably regarding the scope for evidence-based policy in the field of anti-social behaviour’.
Seminar Series 1.‘Anti-social behaviour in housing and residential areas’, Sheffield Hallam University, 15 November 2007. 2.‘Governing Anti-Social Behaviour through Schooling, Parenting and the Family’, Brighton University, 24 January 2008. 3.‘Anti-Social Behaviour, Urban Spaces and the Night-time Economy’, University of Leeds, 17 April 2008. 4.‘Diversity and Anti-Social Behaviour’, University of Birmingham, 5 June 2008. 5.‘Comparative Experiences of Governing Anti-Social Behaviour and Disorder’, University of Leeds 18 September 2008. 6.Final ‘Dissemination’ Conference – early (March/April) 2009 Central London venue (tbc).
Series Outcomes A 4-page Findings summary to be disseminated at the final conference, summarizing the key themes and implications of the seminar series. Publications – themed edited collections/special editions of journals. Series web site to disseminate the findings and research links and coordinate activities throughout the seminar series. Longer-term research network and collaborations. Final report to the ESRC.