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Uehiro Seminar: Rescuing Responsibility from the Retributivists - Neuroscience, Free Will and Criminal Punishment Uehiro Seminar: Rescuing Responsibility from the Retributivists - Neuroscience, Free Will and Criminal Punishment

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Legal punishment as the routine infliction of suffering poses a serious challenge of justification. The challenge becomes more urgent as a number of thinkers argue that the dominant, retributivist answer fails in the light of the findings of neuroscience. In this talk I sketch a general account of retributivist justification of punishment and the basic neuroscientific argument against it. I then explore ways of challenging the argument by modifying the retributivist account of responsibility and desert. I analyze several variations and argue that none are plausible. I conclude by suggesting one way in which the notion of criminal responsibility can be rescued, but at the theoretical cost of changing the grounds of justification. Legal punishment as the routine infliction of suffering poses a serious challenge of justification. The challenge becomes more urgent as a number of thinkers argue that the dominant, retributivist answer fails in the light of the findings of neuroscience. In this talk I sketch a general account of retributivist justification of punishment and the basic neuroscientific argument against it. I then explore ways of challenging the argument by modifying the retributivist account of responsibility and desert. I analyze several variations and argue that none are plausible. I conclude by suggesting one way in which the notion of criminal responsibility can be rescued, but at the theoretical cost of changing the grounds of justification.

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retribution | retribution | neuroscience | neuroscience | criminal responsibility | criminal responsibility | crime and punishment | crime and punishment | retribution | neuroscience | criminal responsibility | crime and punishment | retribution | neuroscience | criminal responsibility | crime and punishment

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Do International Criminal Courts Strengthen Justice on the Ground in Post-Conflict Societies? Do International Criminal Courts Strengthen Justice on the Ground in Post-Conflict Societies?

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Prof Jane Stromseth (Georgetown University) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. With Dapo Akande (ELAC). Prof Jane Stromseth (Georgetown University) gives a talk for the Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. With Dapo Akande (ELAC).

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war crimes | war crimes | trials | trials | ethics | ethics | law | law | war | war | armed conflict | armed conflict | war crimes | trials | ethics | law | war | armed conflict | 2010-06-08 | war crimes | trials | ethics | law | war | armed conflict | 2010-06-08

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Valedictory Seminar by Andrew Bridges, Chief Inspector of Probation Valedictory Seminar by Andrew Bridges, Chief Inspector of Probation

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On 16 May 2011, the Centre for Criminology, Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, hosted Mr Andrew Bridges' valedictory lecture on the occasion of his retirement as Chief Inspector of Probation. Mr Bridges, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Criminology (then called Centre for Criminological Research) in 1996, was introduced by Professor Roger Hood, the then Director of the Centre, who also led the Q and A session. The lecture was attended by academics, probation practitioners and managers, officials from the Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service and heads of youth offending teams. Andrew Bridges paid tribute to all those who have done excellent work with offenders and done a difficult job well. Against a backdrop of an often polarised and two-dimensional de On 16 May 2011, the Centre for Criminology, Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, hosted Mr Andrew Bridges' valedictory lecture on the occasion of his retirement as Chief Inspector of Probation. Mr Bridges, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Criminology (then called Centre for Criminological Research) in 1996, was introduced by Professor Roger Hood, the then Director of the Centre, who also led the Q and A session. The lecture was attended by academics, probation practitioners and managers, officials from the Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service and heads of youth offending teams. Andrew Bridges paid tribute to all those who have done excellent work with offenders and done a difficult job well. Against a backdrop of an often polarised and two-dimensional de

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crime | crime | criminal justice | criminal justice | prison | prison | probation | probation | law | law | criminology | criminology | offendors | offendors | roger hood | roger hood | crime | criminal justice | prison | probation | law | criminology | offendors | roger hood | 2011-05-16 | crime | criminal justice | prison | probation | law | criminology | offendors | roger hood | 2011-05-16

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Sustainable development and crime in the urban Caribbean Sustainable development and crime in the urban Caribbean

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David Howard (Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, University of Oxford) looks at larger concerns over social and spatial equity, conceptual approaches to sovereignty and the practical interpretation of sustainable forms of justice. Abstract: Recent urban policy initiatives in the Caribbean have shifted from producing material infrastructural change to a greater emphasis on confronting 'civil disorder' via new forms of policing and surveillance. Just as development policy witnessed a 'cultural turn' during the 1990s, so too have sustainable development initiatives at local and international scales recognised and revised attention on forms of social sustainability. Increasing levels of violent crime over the last decade across the Caribbean, one of the most urbanised regions in th David Howard (Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, University of Oxford) looks at larger concerns over social and spatial equity, conceptual approaches to sovereignty and the practical interpretation of sustainable forms of justice. Abstract: Recent urban policy initiatives in the Caribbean have shifted from producing material infrastructural change to a greater emphasis on confronting 'civil disorder' via new forms of policing and surveillance. Just as development policy witnessed a 'cultural turn' during the 1990s, so too have sustainable development initiatives at local and international scales recognised and revised attention on forms of social sustainability. Increasing levels of violent crime over the last decade across the Caribbean, one of the most urbanised regions in th

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Caribbean | Caribbean | citizenship | citizenship | urban policy and planning | urban policy and planning | Central America | Central America | crime | crime | sustainability | sustainability | future | future | Dominican Republic | Dominican Republic | cities | cities | security | security | Caribbean | citizenship | urban policy and planning | Central America | crime | sustainability | future | Dominican Republic | cities | security | 2010-10-18 | Caribbean | citizenship | urban policy and planning | Central America | crime | sustainability | future | Dominican Republic | cities | security | 2010-10-18

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Sustainable development and crime in the urban Caribbean Sustainable development and crime in the urban Caribbean

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David Howard (Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, University of Oxford) looks at larger concerns over social and spatial equity, conceptual approaches to sovereignty and the practical interpretation of sustainable forms of justice. Abstract: Recent urban policy initiatives in the Caribbean have shifted from producing material infrastructural change to a greater emphasis on confronting 'civil disorder' via new forms of policing and surveillance. Just as development policy witnessed a 'cultural turn' during the 1990s, so too have sustainable development initiatives at local and international scales recognised and revised attention on forms of social sustainability. Increasing levels of violent crime over the last decade across the Caribbean, one of the most urbanised regions in th David Howard (Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, University of Oxford) looks at larger concerns over social and spatial equity, conceptual approaches to sovereignty and the practical interpretation of sustainable forms of justice. Abstract: Recent urban policy initiatives in the Caribbean have shifted from producing material infrastructural change to a greater emphasis on confronting 'civil disorder' via new forms of policing and surveillance. Just as development policy witnessed a 'cultural turn' during the 1990s, so too have sustainable development initiatives at local and international scales recognised and revised attention on forms of social sustainability. Increasing levels of violent crime over the last decade across the Caribbean, one of the most urbanised regions in th

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Caribbean | Caribbean | citizenship | citizenship | urban policy and planning | urban policy and planning | Central America | Central America | crime | crime | sustainability | sustainability | future | future | Dominican Republic | Dominican Republic | cities | cities | security | security | Caribbean | citizenship | urban policy and planning | Central America | crime | sustainability | future | Dominican Republic | cities | security | 2010-10-18 | Caribbean | citizenship | urban policy and planning | Central America | crime | sustainability | future | Dominican Republic | cities | security | 2010-10-18

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A critical analysis of involvement and accountability as recounted by individuals accused of international crimes at the ICTY A critical analysis of involvement and accountability as recounted by individuals accused of international crimes at the ICTY

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Dr. Mina Rauschenbach (Research Fellow, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, University of Geneva) gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Dr. Mina Rauschenbach (Research Fellow, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, University of Geneva) gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series.

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justice | justice | politics | politics | law | law | crime | crime | transitional justice | transitional justice | justice | politics | law | crime | transitional justice | justice | politics | law | crime | transitional justice

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A Florence Nightingale for the 21st Century A Florence Nightingale for the 21st Century

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From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Marjorie Reeves Memorial lecture given in St Anne's College. Mark Bostridge, author of the first major biography of Florence Nightingale in 50 years talks about the great woman's life and character. From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Marjorie Reeves Memorial lecture given in St Anne's College. Mark Bostridge, author of the first major biography of Florence Nightingale in 50 years talks about the great woman's life and character.

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s college | s college | nursing | nursing | crimean war | crimean war | florence nightingale | florence nightingale | alumni | alumni | 2010 | 2010 | biography | biography | s college | nursing | crimean war | florence nightingale | alumni | 2010 | biography | 2010-09-25 | s college | nursing | crimean war | florence nightingale | alumni | 2010 | biography | 2010-09-25

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Crime, Memory and Transitional Justice in Argentina Crime, Memory and Transitional Justice in Argentina

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Peter Rush, Professor at the Centre for Transitional Legal Studies, London, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series. Peter Rush, Professor at the Centre for Transitional Legal Studies, London, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series.

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justice | justice | crime | crime | conflic | conflic | politics | politics | argentina | argentina | war | war | justice | crime | conflic | politics | argentina | war | 2013-02-26 | justice | crime | conflic | politics | argentina | war | 2013-02-26

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Shaming Nations? What works and why in the fight against money laundering and terrorism financing? Shaming Nations? What works and why in the fight against money laundering and terrorism financing?

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The seminar examined the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) compliance-inducing mechanisms based on an analysis of its naming and shaming practices. The seminar further focused on the implementation of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing standards in the United States, the United Kingdom and Italy in order to contend that the Task Force?s success in getting countries to comply with its 40 Plus 9 Recommendations can be explained by looking at the conformity-inducing group pressures that the Task Force generates for states that are concerned about status markers and shame avoidance. The seminar examined the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) compliance-inducing mechanisms based on an analysis of its naming and shaming practices. The seminar further focused on the implementation of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing standards in the United States, the United Kingdom and Italy in order to contend that the Task Force?s success in getting countries to comply with its 40 Plus 9 Recommendations can be explained by looking at the conformity-inducing group pressures that the Task Force generates for states that are concerned about status markers and shame avoidance.

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shaming nations | shaming nations | money laundering | money laundering | terrorism financing | terrorism financing | FATF | FATF | crime prevention | crime prevention | shaming nations | money laundering | terrorism financing | FATF | crime prevention | 2014-06-02 | shaming nations | money laundering | terrorism financing | FATF | crime prevention | 2014-06-02

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Deportation, crime and the changing character of membership in the United Kingdom Deportation, crime and the changing character of membership in the United Kingdom

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Public Seminar Series, Michaelmas term 2012. Seminar by Dr Matthew J Gibney (University of Oxford) recorded on 10 October 2012 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Public Seminar Series, Michaelmas term 2012. Seminar by Dr Matthew J Gibney (University of Oxford) recorded on 10 October 2012 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford.

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qeh | qeh | ethics | ethics | forced migration | forced migration | law | law | crime | crime | qeh | ethics | forced migration | law | crime | 2012-10-10 | qeh | ethics | forced migration | law | crime | 2012-10-10

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A Florence Nightingale for the 21st Century A Florence Nightingale for the 21st Century

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From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Marjorie Reeves Memorial lecture given in St Anne's College. Mark Bostridge, author of the first major biography of Florence Nightingale in 50 years talks about the great woman's life and character. From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Marjorie Reeves Memorial lecture given in St Anne's College. Mark Bostridge, author of the first major biography of Florence Nightingale in 50 years talks about the great woman's life and character.

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s college | s college | nursing | nursing | crimean war | crimean war | florence nightingale | florence nightingale | alumni | alumni | 2010 | 2010 | biography | biography | s college | nursing | crimean war | florence nightingale | alumni | 2010 | biography | 2010-09-25 | s college | nursing | crimean war | florence nightingale | alumni | 2010 | biography | 2010-09-25

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Pause - Reflection on the August Riots Pause - Reflection on the August Riots

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Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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youth | youth | police | police | community | community | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Black Youth, Social Progression and Community Black Youth, Social Progression and Community

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Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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youth | youth | police | police | community | community | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle

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Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath? The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath?

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Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard

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Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots

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Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots. Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Pause - Reflection on the August Riots Pause - Reflection on the August Riots

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Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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youth | youth | police | police | community | community | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Black Youth, Social Progression and Community Black Youth, Social Progression and Community

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Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Professor Cecile Wright, Nottingham Trent University and Jamaican Diaspora UK, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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youth | youth | police | police | community | community | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | youth | police | community | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle Black Families in Britain as the continuing site of struggle

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Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Dr Carl Hylton, Leeds Bicentenary Transformation Project, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Nigel Carter, NHS Community Development Worker, Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath? The August 2011 Riots; What Lies Beneath?

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Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Tonica Hunter gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard The Rioters and their failed attempt to get their voices heard

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Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots. Dr Michael Williams, Sussex University, gives a talk for the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots Introduction to the Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots

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Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots. Dr Patricia Daley (Jesus College, Oxford) introduces the Oxford Symposium on the August Riots.

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police | police | crime | crime | riots | riots | poverty | poverty | politics | politics | london | london | political demonstration | political demonstration | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14 | police | crime | riots | poverty | politics | london | political demonstration | 2011-10-14

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