Voila les rois: the 24th African Nations Cup came to a gripping conclusion on 14 February with the hosts, Tunisia, writing a new name on the trophy. After an absorbing all-Arab final with Morocco, the hosts finished 2-1 winners at a packed Rades stadium in Tunis to trigger a massive national celebration. Peter Law reports.
... semi-final with Nigeria, and seeing some isolated scenes of hooliganism. . The tournament had been set up to maximise home advantage for Roger ...Final Statistics Goal count 88 goals were scored in 32 games (bettered only by Burkina Faso ...
The National Childcare Strategy: the social regulation of lone mothers as a gendered reserve army of labour.
... to 7,800 providers and 285,100 places in 2001 (National Statistics, 2001: 5). This increase has been driven by an increase in the number of ... disadvantages, but also results in social deviancy, crime and hooliganism'. (ibid.) . It is this issue, which is essentially about the absence of ...
Bring back the Institute for Workers' Control: The movement for workers' control in the 1970s was among the most promising of the many roads not taken in the forgotten history of the left.
... labour shortages and surpluses, is compiled by an office of statistics, making for a regime of worker self-management within a planning system. ... least because of the degree of discipline--'there will be no hooliganism, there will be no vandalism, and there will be no bevvying', Reid had ...
Comment: Theorising Nigerian Crime Problems
This comment presents an overview of criminological theories of crime and examines some contemporary crime problems in Nigeria against the backdrop of relevant theories. It also analyses society’s response to each crime problem in the form of government policies and legislation. The paper argues that an appreciable understanding of the different crime theories is fundamental for an effective...
- Oodua Peoples Congress [OPC] and Crime Control in Lagos Metropolis. Oodua Peoples Congress [OPC] and Crime Control
- Anti-Doping Policy: Rationale or Rationalisation?. The Development of Anti-Doping Policy Since the 1920s