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(2015)Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMCGs) are increasingly seen as a threat to communitities around the world. They are a visible threat as a recognizable symbol of deviance and violence. This book discusses the social context within ...BOOK
(International Perspectives on ELT Classroom Interaction, 2015)In order to engage in talk it is necessary for all participants to be oriented to the talk as an event. One of the achievements of an exchange of greetings is the establishment of joint agreement that the encounter is the ...BOOK CHAPTER
‘Talk about Trouble’: Practitioner Discourses on Service Users Who Are Judged to Be Resisting, Contesting, or Evading Treatment (The Palgrave Handbook of Adult Mental Health, 2016)In this chapter, we report research investigating interactions of practitioners and adults with mental health conditions where the latter are judged to be resisting, contesting, or evading treatment. During the last 15 ...BOOK CHAPTER
The Role of Strategic Intelligence in Law Enforcement: Policing Transnational Organized Crime in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia (2015)This book analyzes how strategic intelligence can support decision-makers in national policing organizations to anticipate transnational organized crime (TOC). The authors examine case studies from Australia, Canada and ...BOOK
(Women in Action Sport Cultures: Identity, Politics and Experience, 2016)As a fast, aggressive, contact sport there is the potential for women who play roller derby to challenge gender norms of passive heterosexuality and spectatorship. Played mostly by women, yet officiated mostly by men since ...BOOK CHAPTER