Anti-Social Behaviour | Unreliable Evidence

Clive Anderson and guests ask if anti-social behaviour law is vital for curbing, or a disproportionate, discriminatory response to, behaviour that is not criminal.

Clip Info
  • Clip length: 42'41''
  • Broadcast year: 2019
Curriculum Connection
  • Sociology | How are youth subcultures formed? Why do they develop? | Theoretical views of the role of youth culture and subcultures: functionalism, Marxism/neo-Marxism, feminism, postmodernism. Subcultures.

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  • Provider: BBC
  • Channel: BBC Radio 4
  • Programme: Unreliable Evidence
  • Episode: Anti-Social Behaviour