By Deborah Talbot
Even though fears approximately illness, violence and binge-drinking were well-publicized, much less cognizance has been paid to the social and cultural merits of a various city nightlife. This well timed paintings examines the procedures that experience ended in a mainstreaming of subcultural expression at evening, and the impression of laws geared toward supplying new powers to regulate and include the 'social challenge' of latest nightlife.
content material: Nightlife and outsider components in an period of spatial and subcultural closure : recasting the politics of pop culture --
Negotiating examine into the legislation of 'outsider components' --
the expansion, criminalisation and decline of unregulated evening areas in Southview --
city regeneration, clash and alter --
From nightlife to the 'night-time financial system' --
Licensing and the lack of political and ethical authority --
Licensing, policing and the casual mechanics of exclusion.
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First, the issue of anonymity played an important part in alleviating the problem of access and in negotiating the issue of trust in the interview process. It is common in all research to protect the identities of interviewees and spaces through anonymity. Because of the difficulties of securing agreement a pragmatic albeit difficult decision was made to create area anonymity by using the pseudonym Southview. This did actually aid access and individuals seemed to appreciate the additional ethical dilemma of avoiding sensationalism in the researching of well-known stigmatised areas.
In this respect most of the interviews, particularly those of the regulators, enabled subjectivity and the nature of decision-making to be discussed in a descriptive and abstracted way through looking at cases and how law, precedent and institutional culture impacted on their roles. Such openness and neutrality seemed to engender trust, alongside the length of time in which the research was conducted allowing the researcher to be known in the area. The interviews were analysed through the means of manual coding and interpretation rather than computer assisted analysis, largely because the data had multiple purposes as a representation of the subjectivity of actors, oral history and a documentary source (Seale and Kelly 1998, Brewer 2000).
Such openness and neutrality seemed to engender trust, alongside the length of time in which the research was conducted allowing the researcher to be known in the area. The interviews were analysed through the means of manual coding and interpretation rather than computer assisted analysis, largely because the data had multiple purposes as a representation of the subjectivity of actors, oral history and a documentary source (Seale and Kelly 1998, Brewer 2000). Given the nature of the research and the area concerned, one interesting issue that arose was how to view ‘rumour’ or ‘hearsay’ expressed by respondents.
Regulating the Night: Race, Culture and Exclusion in the Making of the Night-time Economy (Re-Materialising Cultural Geography) by Deborah Talbot