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One of the most useful studies of 'antisocial behaviour, politics and policy' is Making People Behave written by Elizabeth Burney. Burney attempts to understand the rise of the antisocial behavior framework within the wider political and policy developments in the UK. To do this she initially explores the ‘intervention’ of antisocial behaviour by the Labour party, not as a conspiracy but through Labour’s engagement with the anxieties of their working class constituents—anxieties that at a policy level became reformulated around a particular understanding of the social problem ‘antisocial behaviour’.
-Stuart Waiton, Springer Science & Business Media B.V. 2010