Hillsborough Stadium Disaster- Reference

Reference

The following links are to academic work based on the incident at Hillsbourgh or findings by investigation, inquest or hearing. 

15 APRIL 1989

INQUIRY BY

THE RT HON LORD JUSTICE TAYLOR

FINAL REPORT

15 APRIL 1989

INQUIRY BY
THE RT HON LORD JUSTICE TAYLOR

INTERIM REPORT

Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 12 September 2012

HOUSE OF LORDS
  Lord Goff of Chieveley   Lord Griffiths   Lord Browne-Wilkinson
Lord Steyn   Lord Hoffmann
WHITE AND OTHERS
(RESPONDENTS)
v.
CHIEF CONSTABLE OF SOUTH YORKSHIRE AND OTHERS
(APPELLANTS)
ON 3 DECEMBER 1998

A report to ensure the pain andsu ering of the Hillsborough familiesis not repeated

The Right Reverend James Jones KBE

Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 1 November 2017

Richard Wade

ABSTRACT:
The Hillsborough Disaster which occurred on 15th April 1989 and resulted in the deaths of 96 Liverpool Football Club supporters was not only the worst disaster in British sporting history, but an event which has left a profound and unhealthy legacy in terms of how the event has been assessed in academia. Those who have published influential work on the tragedy have,
for reasons set out in this article, generally been from the political left and have focused upon the blunders of authorities, in particular the police, on the day of the disaster itself. Whilst these criticisms are to a large extent justified, the result has been an unwillingness to put Hillsborough into the correct historical context and as a result a number of myths have been propagated regarding the long term causes of the disaster, with a politicised narrative emerging in which many of the arguments made cannot be sustained under closer analysis. This article argues that not only are many of these arguments incorrect, but that a new approach should be taken in assessing the long term causes of the Hillsborough Disaster and that the period after 1989, during which significant developments changed the face of football in Britain, should not be allowed to distort our views of these long term factors.

PHIL SCRATON

‘You are always on our mind’:
The Hillsborough tragedy as
cultural trauma

John Hughson
University of Central Lancashire, UK
Ramo ́n Spaaij
La Trobe University, Australia and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Analysis of The
Hillsborough Disaster

Prepared for the

Sheffield Wednesday Football Club
by the Institute of Work Psychology

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MEDIA COVERAGE OF 1989 HILLSBOROUGH DISASTER (1989 TO 1990 AND 2012 TO 2013)

A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements
For the degree of Masters of Arts in Mass Communication

By

Nathalia Hentze Nielsen

Sally Day

A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master

of Arts in Criminology
Institute of Criminology
Victoria University of Wellington

October 2016

STADIUM SAFETY IN THE
NATIONAL LEAGUE SYSTEM

April 2014

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