Tim Newburn

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London School of Economics

United Kingdom
Research Profile

My interests lie first and foremost in 'riots' and related forms of urban violence and protest. I was involved in a major university-newspaper collaborative study of the English 2011 riots, and am currently still teaching, researching and writing in that field. In addition, I have a long-standing interest in policing research.

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Newburn, T. (2012) Counterblast: Young people and the riots, Howard Journal,

Hohl, K., Stanko, E. and Newburn, T. (2013) The Effect of the 2011 London Disorder on
Public Opinion of Police and Attitudes Towards Crime, Disorder, and Sentencing,
Policing, vol.7, no.1,
Newburn, T. (2015) The 2011 English riots in recent historical perspective, British
Journal of Criminology, 55, 1, 375-392

Newburn, T., Diski, R., Cooper, K., Deacon, R., Burch, A. and Grant, M. (2016) ‘The Biggest
Gang’: Police and people in the 2011 England Riots, Policing and Society,
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/dec/05/anger-police-fuelled-riots-study

Newburn, T., Cooper, K., Deacon, R. and Diski, R. (2015) ‘Shopping for Free’? Looting,
consumerism and the 2011 riots, British Journal of Criminology, doi:10.1093/bjc/azv007

Newburn, T. (2015) Reflections on why places don’t riot, Theoretical Criminology, doi:
10.1177/1362480615598829

Newburn, T. (2016) The 2011 England riots in European context: A framework for
understanding the ‘life-cycle’ of riots, European Journal of Criminology, 13, 5, 540-556

Newburn, T., Deacon, R., Diski, R., Cooper, K., Grant, M. and Burch, A. (2016) ‘The best
three days of my life’: pleasure, power and alienation in the 2011 riots, Crime, Media,
Culture, doi 10.1177/1741659016667438

Newburn, T. (2016) Revisiting the Classics. Robert Reiner: The politics of policing,
Policing and Society, 26, 7, 841-849

Newburn, T., Jones, T. and Blaustein, J. (2017) Policy mobilities and comparative
penality, Theoretical Criminology, https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480617713985

Newburn, T., Burch, A., Cooper, K., Deacon, R., Diski, R. and Grant, M. (forthcoming) The
shrinking of social citizenship: Social exclusion and the England riots,

Newburn, T., Jones, T. and Blaustein, J. (2018) Framing the 2011 England riots:
Understanding the political and policy response, Howard Journal, 57, 3, 339-362

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