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  1. Set texts 4 items
    1. Blackwell handbook of social psychology: group processes - Michael A. Hogg, R. Scott Tindale 2001

      Book Essential Reicher, S. (2001). The psychology of crowd dynamics. (pp. 182-208). DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology 2014

      Book Essential Crowd Psychology" p341-344

    3. Culture and social change: transforming society through the power of ideas - Wagoner, Brady, Jensen, Eric, Oldmeadow, Julian A. c2012

      Book Essential Read chapter: 'The Psychology of Collective Action' - DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    4. Mad mobs and Englishmen?: myths and realities of the 2011 riots - Stephen Reicher, Clifford John T. Stott 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

  2. 1. Introduction: The object of investigation 6 items
    1. Core reading 1 item
      1. The Moral Economy of the English Crowd in the Eighteenth Century - E. P. Thompson 1971

        Article Essential Also available in his book, "Customs in Common"

    2. Recommended reading 1 item
      1. Contemporary issues in public disorder: a comparative and historical approach - David P. Waddington 1992

        Book Recommended Chapters 3 and 4

    3. Further reading: US Urban riots 4 items
      1. Ghetto Revolts: The Politics of Violence in American Cities - J. R. Feagin, H. Hahn 1973

        Book Recommended Read Chapter 4

      2. Violence as Protest: A Study of Riots and Ghettos - Fogelson, Robert M. 1971

        Book Optional Read Chapter 1

  3. 2. Crowds and crowding 4 items
    1. Core reading 2 items
    2. Recommended reading 2 items
  4. 3. Classical crowd psychology 6 items
    1. Core reading 1 item
      1. Psychological Bulletin - Postmes, TomSpears, Russell 0151

        Journal Essential See 'Deindividuation and Antinormative Behavior: A Meta-Analysis' - Tom Postmes, Russell Spears, Volume 123(3), 1998.

    2. Recommended reading 2 items
      1. The Crowd: A study of the popular mind - Gustave Le Bon

        Webpage Recommended Read at least Chapter 1

    3. Further reading 3 items
      1. Effects of deindividuation variables on stealing among Halloween trick-or-treater - Ed Diener, Scott C Fraser, Arthur L Beaman, Roger T Kelem February 1976

        Article Optional

      2. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology - Johnson, Robert D.Downing, Leslie L. 0151

        Journal Optional See 'Deindividuation and Valence of Cues: Effects on Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior' - Robert D. Johnson Leslie L. Downing, 1979

      3. The human choice: individuation, reason and order versus deindividuation, impulse and chaos - Zimbardo, Philip G., Arnold, W. J., Levine, D., Bond, Rod

        Book Optional

  5. 4. Modern crowd psychology 8 items
    1. Core reading 3 items
      These three are alternatives.
      1. Crowd Behaviour as Social Action - Stephen D Reicher 1987

        Chapter Essential See: pp. 171-202. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course

    2. Recommended reading 3 items
      1. The Myth of the Madding Crowd - McPhail, Clark c1991

        Book Recommended Read Chapter 3, pp. 61-108. 'Challenging the myth: Sherif, Turner and Killian. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course

      2. A Social Identity Model of Deindividuation Phenomena - S D Reicher, R Spears, T Postmes 01/1995

        Article Recommended

    3. Further reading 2 items
      1. Collective Behavior - Lewis M Killian, Ralph H Turner 1972

        Book Optional

  6. 5. Mass emergency behaviour 4 items
    1. Core reading 2 items
      1. Panic: Myth or Reality? - Lee Clarke 08/2002

        Article Essential

    2. Recommended reading 2 items
  7. 6. ESIM: The intergroup dynamics of crowd conflict 5 items
    1. Recommended reading 5 items
      1. Social groups and identities: developing the legacy of Henri Tajfel - Tajfel, Henri, Robinson, W. P. 1996

        Book Recommended Chapter 12, 'Social identity and social change: rethinking the context of social psychology' pp. 317-336. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. The Intergroup Dynamics of Empowerment: A Social Identity Model (in 'Transforming Politics')

        Chapter Recommended DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  8. 7. Football 'hooliganism' and 'public order' policing 8 items
    1. Core reading 3 items
      1. Football 'hooliganism': policing and the war on the 'English disease' - Clifford John T. Stott, Geoff Pearson 2007

        Book Essential Chapter 3 "Over-researched or just inadequate theory". pp. 37-58. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Recommended reading 5 items
  9. 8. Social contagion 6 items
    1. Core reading 1 item
    2. Recommended reading: 2011 riots 3 items
    3. Further reading 2 items
  10. 9. Collective action 12 items
    1. Core reading 1 item
    2. Recommended reading 2 items
    3. Further reading 3 items
    4. 10. Social movements 6 items
      1. Core reading 1 item
        1. New Technologies, New Identities, and the Growth of Mass Opposition in the Arab Spring - Craig McGarty, Emma F. Thomas, Girish Lala, Laura G. E. Smith 12/2014

          Article Essential

      2. Recommended reading 1 item
      3. Further reading 4 items
        1. Social movements: A social psychological perspective - John Drury

          Chapter Essential Version of Drury, J. (2015). Social movements: A social psychological perspective. In: J. D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (2nd edition). Vol. 22. (pp. 447–453). Oxford: Elsevier.

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