Beyond Contagion

Media coverage

LSE podcast: What can we learn from the 2011 riots? (2019)

Edmonds, D. (2016, November 3). Don’t demonise the rabble: why everything you think about crowds is wrong. New Statesman

Fraser, I., & Whiteford, B. (2017, October 7). Good Morning Scotland. BBC Radio Scotland.

Moody, O. (2017, September 6). London rioters after 2011 Mark Duggan shooting ‘spurred on by police weakness’. The Times

Murphy, H. (2017, August 14). Why some say the eclipse is best experienced in a massive crowd. New York Times.

Neville, F. G. (2017, August 21). The experience of watching an eclipse in a crowd. Live television interview. Canadian Television Network.

Osuh, C. (2017, September 6). Why did the Manchester riots happen? One psychologist thinks he has found the answer. Manchester Evening News

Radowitz, J. V., & Ballinger, A. (2017, September 5). Bristol riots may have been inspired by ‘community spirit’ among the offenders, says controversial study. Bristol Post

Radio and TV 

All in the Mind. John Drury on why yawning is catching. BBC Radio 4, May 15th 2018. 

The Life ScientificStephen Reicher on the psychology of crowds. BBC Radio 4, March 13th 2018. [Read the interview here.]