Features 1. This book is interdisciplinary and will be of interest to students and scholars of criminology, sociology, political science, and urban studies. 2. This book is international in scope and includes case studies from London, Paris, Brussells, Zacotti Park in New York, Ferguson Missouri, Gezi Park in Istanbul, Stockholm, Sao Paulo, and Hong Kong. Summary The current growth of incidents of public disorder around the world can be seen as symptomatic of major transformations in a globalized society, government, and technology. But while disorder is routinely perceived as a disturbing phenomenon, it can also be a catalyst for positive transformation and regeneration. As social media is increasingly used as a platform for mobilization and organization, the local disorder may spread outward through national borders, receiving international coverage and visibility as well as triggering a domino effect of global unrest.
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