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Dr William Jackson

Dr William Jackson

Telephone: 0151 231 3347

Biography

Will joined LJMU as Lecturer in Criminology in September 2013 having previously taught at the University of Central Lancashire. He completed his PhD at the University of Salford in 2012.

Will’s main research interests focus on policing, security and protest with a particular interest in the development of theoretical insights on these topics from within and beyond criminology.

His current research is focused on the policing of protest and broader state responses to political activism.

Degrees

2012, University of Salford, United Kingdom, PhD
2006, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, MA (by Research)

Publications

Highlighted publications

Gilmore J, Jackson W, Monk H. 2017. ‘That is not facilitating peaceful protest. That is dismantling the protest’: anti-fracking protesters’ experiences of dialogue policing and mass arrest Policing and Society, :1-16 >DOI

Internet Publications

Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. Fracking and state violence >Link

Journal Articles

Gilmore J, Jackson W, Monk H. 2017. ‘That is not facilitating peaceful protest. That is dismantling the protest’: anti-fracking protesters’ experiences of dialogue policing and mass arrest Policing and Society, :1-16 >DOI

Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2016. Pacifying Disruptive Subjects: Police violence and anti-fracking protests Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 2

Jeffery B, Tufail W, Jackson WH. 2015. Policing and the Reproduction of Local Social Order: a case study of Greater Manchester Journal on European History of Law, 6 :118-128

Jackson W, Monk H. 2014. Police violence at anti-fracking protests: pacifying disruptive subjects: Will Jackson and Helen Monk maintain that the ‘extreme’ policing of anti-fracking protestors needs to be understood as a routine function of policing Criminal Justice Matters, 98 :12-13 >DOI

Jackson WH. 2013. Securitization as Depoliticisation: Depoliticisation as Pacification Socialist Studies/Études socialistes, 9

Jeffery B, Jackson W. 2012. The Pendleton Riot: A political sociology: Bob Jeffery and Will Jackson examine the background to the unrest in Salford Criminal Justice Matters, 87 :18-20 >DOI

Jeffery B, Jackson WH. 2012. The Pendleton Riot: A Political Sociology Criminal Justice Matters, 87 :18-20

Chapters

Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. Fracking and State Violence The Violence of Austerity Pluto. London

Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2017. ‘Going all out for shale’: Fracking as Primitive Accumulation Wall T, Jackson W, Saberi P. DESTROY, BUILD, SECURE: READINGS ON PACIFICATION Red Quill. Ottawa, Canada

Jackson WH. 2012. Countering Extremism in the Name of Security: CriminalizingAlternative Politics Taylor E, Darlington J, Cookney D. Extremity and Excess University of Salford Press. Salford 9781902496665

Jackson WH. 2011. Liberal Intellectuals and the Politics of Security Neocleous M, Rigakos GS. Anti-security Red Quill Books. Ottawa 9781926958149

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Jackson WH, Monk H, Gilmore J. 2016. Defining the ‘legitimate protester’: Policing anti-fracking protests and the contingent nature of the right to protest in the UK British Society of Criminology Conference

Jackson WH. 2015. Understanding Police Power: Violence, Law and Order

Jackson WH. 2015. Tackling extremism and securing energy: Security, Pacification, and primitive accumulation

Jackson WH. 2015. Policing Democracy: responding to political activism and ‘extremism’ in contemporary Britain

Jackson WH, Monk H. 2014. Report on the Policing of the Barton Moss Community Protection Camp

Jackson WH. 2014. Policing anti-fracking protests: primitive accumulation and the pacification of disruptive subjects

Jackson WH, monk H. 2014. Gendering pacification: policing women and girls at anti-fracking protests

Books

Jackson W, Jeffery B, Marino M. 2012. Crisis, Rupture and Anxiety An Interdisciplinary Examination of Contemporary and Historical Human Challenges Cambridge Scholars Pub 9781443836128

Engagement & Impact

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)