Academic Articles and Reports
Talbot, D. (2014). Negotiating risks in Walthamstow, East London: is community resilience and affinity the answer to ‘risk-avoidant’ childrearing? Published online.
Talbot, D. (2014). ‘Once more on medicalisation: exploring the relationship between childbirth experiences and early motherhood.’ Published online.
Talbot, D. (2014). Research report 2 – Understandings of risk and community amongst mothers in Walthamstow. Published online.
Talbot, D. (2014). ‘Symbolism and the free market: the regulation of alcohol and anti-social behavior past and present’ in Pickard, S. 2014 ed Anti-social Behaviour in Britain: Victorian and contemporary perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Talbot, D. (2013). The medicalisation of childbirth: emotion, care, coping. Research report. Published online.
Talbot, D. (2013). Early parenting and the urban experience: risk, community, play and embodiment in an East London neighbourhood. Children’s Geographies (special issue), 11(2) pp. 230–242.
Talbot, D. (2013). Review of Laura Huey’s ‘Invisible victims: homelessness and the growing security gap. British Journal of Criminology. Vol 53(3). pp. 520-522.
Talbot, D. (2011). The juridification of nightlife and alternative culture: two UK case studies’. International Journal of Cultural Policy. 17 (1), pp. 81 – 93.
Talbot, D. (2010). Review of Peter Hall’s ‘London voices, London lives’ in Journal of Regional Science. Vol 50(2). pp 656-657.
Talbot, D. (2009). ‘Regulating the other side: disorder, exclusion and subcultural closure in the night-time economy’ in Lopez de la Torre, A.L. Night Time. Arts Council England.
Mooney, G. and Talbot, D. (2009). ‘Global cities, segregation and transgression’ in Muncie, J., Talbot, D. and Walters, R. (eds). Crime: local and global. Uffculme. Willan Publications.
Talbot, D. (2009). Review of Gillian Swanson’s ‘Drunk with the Glitter: Space, Consumption and Sexual Instability in Modern Urban Culture’. Urban Studies. Vol 46(4). pp. 967-9.
Talbot, D. (2009). ‘Regulating the other side: disorder, exclusion and subcultural closure in the night-time economy’. World Leisure Journal. Vol. 51(1).
Cochrane, A. & Talbot, D. ‘The search for security’ in Cochrane, A. & Talbot, D. (eds). (2008). Security: crime, welfare and society. Buckinghamshire. OUP/McGraw-Hill.
Cochrane, A. & Talbot, D. ‘War, disease and human security’ in Cochrane, A. & Talbot, D. (eds). (2008). Security: crime, welfare and society. Buckinghamshire. OUP/McGraw-Hill. Forthcoming 2008.
Talbot, D. & Bose, M. (2007). Racism, criminalisation and the development of night-time economies: two case studies in London and Manchester. Ethnic and Racial Studies. Vol 30 (1). pp. 95-118.
Talbot, D. (2006). ‘The Licensing Act 2003 and the problematisation of the night-time economy: planning, licensing and cultural diversity’. International Journal for Urban and Regional Research. Vol 30 (1) March.
Talbot, D. (2004). ‘Regulation and racial differentiation in the construction of night-time economies: a London case study’. Urban Studies. Vol 41(4). pp. 887-901.
Some pre-edited and publication copies of my articles can be found at my Academia Edu profile.