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Steve Frosdick is Principal Lecturer at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth, where he teaches courses on safety and security at sports grounds. A former police officer, he has been Director of IWI Associates since 1996, and is a founder member of the Football Safety Officers' Association. Peter Marsh is a director of the Social Issues Research Centre and MCM Research, and has studied football hooliganism since the 1970s. He was previously co-director of the Contemporary Violence Research Centre at the University of Oxford, and lectured in psychology at Oxford Brookes University.
Foreword by Jim Chalmers (President, Football Safety Officers' Association) Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction 2. Football violence in history Part 2: Defining football hooliganism 3. The nature and extent of football hooliganism 4. Levels of violence in Europe 5. European fan profiles and behaviour Part 3: Explaining football hooliganism 6. An overview of British theories of football hooliganism 7. British theoretical perspectives in detail 8. Theoretical approaches from Europe and beyond 9. The media and football hooliganism 10. Football violence and alcohol 11. Racism and football fans Part 4: Tackling football hooliganism 12. Policing football hooliganism 13. Repressive social controls 14. More proactive and preventive measures