— Foreword — Why this report has to be published — Executive Summary — Timetable of the riots — What happened when: questions and answers about
1 RIOTS + AD: Integrating Automatic Differentiation into Computational Optimal Control YangQuan Chen Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Who Riots? Explaining Individual Participation in Ethnic Violence Alexandra Scacco Ph.D. Candidate, Columbia University email@example.com September 2008 Abstract Why do ordinary people participate in ethnic violence, given the potentially high risks and costs of such behavior?
There is also evidence of a connection between ethnic heterogeneity and rioting, especially in urbanized countries, which does not fit the Tullock model. IV. Evidence 2: U.S. Riots of the 1960s
Economic growth and ethnic violence: An empirical investigation of Hindu-Muslim riots in India Anjali Thomas Bohlken University of British Columbia Ernest JohnSergenti The WorldBank* Abstract Most studies of Hindu-Muslim riots in India have tended to emphasize the effects of social, cultural, or ...
The Los Angeles Riots: Lessons for the Urban Future. Boulder: Westview Press, 1994. Cannon, Lou. Official Negligence: How Rodney King and the Riots Changed Los Angeles and the LAPD.
3 those on the periphery and never any real culprits who are part of the oligarchy feeding the elections of some of the corrupt politicians. Prosecuting anyone produces the impression it is NOT those in government that have screwed anything up.
We wish to thank the many people who worked on the Los Angeles Riot Study, particularly T. M. Tomlinson, Diana TenHouten, Paula Johnson, and Esther Spachner. 1 A preliminary version of this paper was issued as "Riot participation," in Nathan E. Cohen (Ed.), The Los Angeles riots: a.rocio-phychological ...
Since riots seemed to most often occur at colleges and universities which had stronger ties to the local community, it would seem that school riots were at least derivative of the urban riots and likely were just another expression of the same phenomena in a different location.
The Nature of Riots: Socioeconomic and Political Conditions Inherent in Collective Action Robert Smyth Advisor, Patrick McGrain