Hooliganism: Crime, Culture, and Power in St. Petersburg, 1900-1914

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University of California Press, 19 lip 1993 - 324
In this pioneering analysis of diffuse underclass anger that simmers in many societies, Joan Neuberger takes us to the streets of St. Petersburg in 1900-1914 to show us how the phenomenon labeled hooliganism came to symbolize all that was wrong with the modern city: increasing hostility between classes, society's failure to "civilize" the poor, the desperation of the destitute, and the proliferation of violence in public spaces.
 

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CRIME AND CULTURE
1
THE BOULEVARD PRESS DISCOVERS A NEW CRIME
25
FROM UNDER EVERY ROCK HOOLIGANS IN REVOLUTION 19051907
71
RIPPLES SPREAD TO THE VILLAGE THE LAW AND THE ARTS
111
NOBODYS CHILDREN JUVENILE CRIME YOUTH CULTURE AND THE ROOTS OF HOOLIGANISM
158
VIOLENCE AND POVERTY IN A CITY DIVIDED
216
EPILOGUE
275
Tables
283
Bibliography
295
Index
315
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