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Author Talbot, Deborah.

Title Regulating the night : race, culture and exclusion in the making of the night-time economy / Deborah Talbot.

Published Aldershot, Hants. : Ashgate, [2007]
©2007

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 UniM Bail  306.10942 TALB    AVAILABLE
Physical description 156 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Re-materialising cultural geography.
Re-materialising cultural geography.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [145]-154) and index.
Contents Nightlife and outsider areas in an era of spatial and subcultural closure : recasting the politics of popular culture -- Negotiating research into the regulation of 'outsider areas' -- The growth, criminalisation and decline of unregulated night spaces in Southview -- Urban regeneration, conflict and change -- From nightlife to the 'night-time economy' -- Licensing and the loss of political and moral authority -- Licensing, policing and the informal mechanics of exclusion.
Summary "The promotion of night-time economies in town centres across Britain has sparked new fears about disorder, violence and binge-drinking. However, there has been little consideration of the social and cultural benefits of a diverse urban nightlife. This timely work examines the processes that have led to a mainstreaming of subcultural expression at night, and the impact of legislation aimed at providing the police and councils with new powers to manage and contain the ѵsocial problemѫ of contemporary nightlife. Based on an ethnographic study of a London locality, the book examines the unwitting consequences of local decision-making, and the contradictory struggles that ensued. Utilizing the concept of the 'outsider area' as a space that stands outside of conventional norms, and where cultural innovation and transgression can occur, it explores the social consequences of losing contact with the 'other'."--Publisher's website.
Subject Subculture -- England -- London.
Popular culture -- Economic aspects -- England -- London.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- England -- London.
Race relations -- Great Britain.
London (England) -- Social life and customs.
Variant Title Race, culture and exclusion in the making of the night-time economy.
ISBN 0754647528 (hbk.)
9780754647522 (hbk.)