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Talbot, Deborah (2014). Symbolism and the 'free market': the regulation of alcohol and anti-social behaviour past and present. In: Pickard, Sarah ed. Anti-social behaviour in Britain: Victorian and Contemporary Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 274–284. file

Talbot, Deborah (2013). Early parenting and the urban experience: risk, community, play and embodiment in an East London neighbourhood. Children's Geographies, 11(2) pp. 230–242.

Talbot, Deborah (2011). The juridification of nightlife and alternative culture: two UK case studies. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(1) pp. 81–93.

Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece (2009). Interrogating crime. In: Muncie, John; Walters, Reece and Talbot, Deborah eds. Crime: Local and Global. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Talbot, Deborah (2009). Regulating the other side: disorder, exclusion and subcultural closure in the night-time economy. World Leisure Journal, 51(1) pp. 14–26. file

Muncie, John; Talbot, Deborah and Walters, Reece eds. (2009). Crime: Local and global. Uffculme: Willan Publishing.

Talbot, Deborah (2007). Regulating the night: race, culture and exclusion in the making of the night-time economy. Re-materialising cultural geography. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Talbot, Deborah and Böse, Martina (2007). Racism, criminalization and the development of night-time economies: Two case studies in London and Manchester. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 30(1) pp. 95–118. file

Talbot, Deborah (2006). The Licensing Act 2003 and the problematization of the night-time economy: Planning, licensing and subcultural closure in the UK. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 30(1) pp. 159–171.

Talbot, Deborah (2004). Regulation and racial differentiation in the construction of night-time economies: a London case study. Urban Studies, 41(4) pp. 887–901.

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