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Headhunters and holliganism

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  • 1. Hooliganism in sport One of the earliest known instances of crowd violence at a sporting event took place in ancient Constantinople. Two chariot racing factions, the Blues and the Greens, were involved in the Nika riots
  • 2. Hooliganism refers to: Unruly, destructive, aggressive and bullying behavior, associated with sports fans, particularly football. The term can also apply to general rowdy behavior and vandalism, often under the influence of alcohol and or drugs.
  • 3. Donal MacIntyre He is an investigative journalist, specializing in hard hitting investigations. Headhunters were infiltrated by him for a documentary screened on BBC, in which MacIntyre posed as a wannabe-member of the Chelsea Headhunters. Jason Marriner, “nightmare” a member of the Chelsea Headhunters was sentenced to six years in prison, based on evidence captured by Donal MacIntyre and his team. MacIntyre was placed under Police protection. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ_Lr5MlEbM
  • 4. Crowd psychology is a branch of social psychology. • Ordinary people can typically gain direct power by acting collectively. • The main idea of Sigmund Freud's crowd behavior theory is that people who are in a crowd act differently, the minds of the group would merge to form a way of thinking. Each member's enthusiasm would be increased as a result. • Theories: 1.- Contagion Theory 2.- Convergence Theory 3.- Emergent-Norm Theory In a crow roles may be vague and changing. • There are a collection of books of headhunters and hooliganism: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dyi_0u-htl8&feature=related
  • 5. Chelsea hooligans logo
  • 6. Headhunters aesthetic
  • 7. FILM : “The Football Factory” Drug, violence, swearing words
  • 8. Old Chelsea Headhunters never die They just have to take their kids to the family stand on the weekends.