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Title: RIOTS AND RIOT CONTROL - A BIBLIOGRAPHY WITH ABSTRACTS SEARCH PERIOD COVERED 1964-NOVEMBER 1977
Editor(s): C A SHONYO
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 159
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Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THE CITATIONS COVER RIOTS, CIVIL DISTURBANCES AND DISORDERS, INSURGENCY IN URBAN AREAS, THE USE OF RIOT CONTROL AGENTS, AND EQUIPMENT USED TO CONTROL RIOTS.
Abstract: BOTH CIVILIAN AND MILITARY RIOT SITUATIONS ARE INCLUDED. THIS UPDATED BIBLIOGRAPHY CONTAINS 154 ABSTRACTS, 11 OF WHICH ARE NEW ENTRIES TO THE PREVIOUS EDITION. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT).
Index Term(s): Riot causes; Riot control; Riot control equipment; Riot patterns; Riot prevention
Note: SUPERSEDES NITS/PS-76/0909, NTIS/PS-75/730, AND NTIS/PS-75/003
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