Hunting in UK Law

    • Nbr. 65-4, December 1987
    • Public Administration
    • Nbr. 43-2, May 1981
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Privatising Regulation: Whistleblowing and Bounty Hunting in the Financial Services Industries
    • Nbr. 8-4, February 2001
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 305-318
    In late 1999, Congress enacted financial modernisation legislation that dramatically deregulated the financial services industry and expanded the powers of financial institutions in the USA. In kee...
  • Imperial legacies and southern penal spaces: A study of hunting nomads in postcolonial India
    • Nbr. 23-5, December 2021
    • Punishment & Society
    Southern penal spaces are marked by resemblances and affinities with colonial regimes of control, yet they also reflect quite distinctive postcolonial social and political dynamics found in the glo...
  • Change in parliamentary party systems and policy outcomes: Hunting the core
    • Nbr. 26-2, April 2014
    • Journal of Theoretical Politics
    This paper shows that change in party systems within parliaments can lead to major change in policy outcomes. Specifically, we show that policy mobility of parties and fluidity in their parliamenta...
  • Testing the limits of the politics of recognition: Fox hunters in the United Kingdom
    • Nbr. 39-4, September 2018
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    Research into the rights of minority groups to preserve their culture and identity has tended to focus on claims for cultural recognition made by indigenous peoples or other socio-economically disa...
    ...... this article examines the political appeals to culture and identity made by campaigners in the United Kingdom seeking to defend the sport of hunting with hounds in the lead up to the creation of the Hunting Act (2004). Opponents of the hunting ban consciously echoed arguments about cultural ......
  • A Paleoeconomic Theory of Co‐Evolution and Extinction of Domesticable Animals
    • Nbr. 50-2, May 2003
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    One Pleistocene mystery is why early North Americans eradicated their large, potentially domesticable animals (e.g., horses), whereas early Europeans did not. A commonly‐held hypothesis is that Eur...
    ......We explore this hypothesis with a paleoeconomic model of co-evolution that integrates human hunting investments and wildlife population responses. We find that investments in hunting ability, based on the relative scarcity of prey species, could ......
  • The Job Search Process
    • Nbr. 3-3, March 1981
    • Employee Relations
    • 14-21
    Seeking employment was the other major area of activity. In some cases, the delays already referred to — legal proceedings and continuing involvement in the previous job — delayed the seeking of a ...
    ......Hence, it was not always possible to start looking for a job straight away. However, excluding these delays, the pattern of job hunting was as follows: Strategy No. of men Immediately becoming fully involved in seeking work 13 A delay in seeking work 7 Delay through fear of the ......
  • Hunter-gatherers on the best-seller list: Steven Pinker and the “Bellicose School's” treatment of forager violence
    • Nbr. 6-4, October 2014
    • Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research
    • 216-228
    Purpose: – The question of violence in hunter-gatherer society has animated philosophical debates since at least the seventeenth century. Steven Pinker has sought to affirm that civilization, is su...
    ......Steven Pinker has sought to affirm that civilization, is superior to the stateof humanity during its long history of hunting and gathering. The purpose of this paper is to draw upon aseries of recent studies that assert a baseline of primordial violence by hunters and ......
  • Proof of death: Police power and the visual economies of seizure, accumulation and trophy
    • Nbr. 21-1, February 2017
    • Theoretical Criminology
    The phrase proof of life describes visual evidence meant to prove a kidnap victim or prisoner of war is alive. As developed here, proof of death describes a similar technique of seizure and display...
    ...... describes a similar technique of seizure and display practiced by hunters, native warriors, soldiers and narco-traffickers meant to denote hunting prowess, domination and death. This article elaborates upon these representational practices, extending them to “police trophy shots”, the ......
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