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Community Impact of Public Processions

Citation
Hamilton-Smith N, Malloch M, Ashe S, Rutherford AC & Bradford B (2015) Community Impact of Public Processions. Scottish Government. Social Research series: Crime and Justice. Scottish Government Social Research.

Abstract

Research into the impact of public processions on community life in Scoltand.  The research paid particular attention to the impact of problematic processions, and how these processions could be better policed and managed.

Keywords
Public processions; public protest; public parades; marches; policing public processions; sectarianism; public order policing

StatusPublished
AuthorsHamilton-Smith Niall, Malloch Margaret, Ashe Stephen, Rutherford Alasdair C, Bradford Ben
Number of pages125
Title of seriesSocial Research series: Crime and Justice
Publication date20/02/2015
Publication date online20/02/2015
URLhttp://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/02/3769/downloads
PublisherScottish Government Social Research
ISBN 97811785441073
LanguageEnglish
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